Reasons to Love Boston Right Now
Love comes in all forms, and this Valentine's Day, we thought we'd honor a type of romance that everyone can relate to: Love for your city. After all, urban living may be frustrating, crowded, gritty and just plain exhausting sometimes, but it can also be incredibly moving, full of moments of human tenderness, delightful experiences, and of course, delicious food. That's the part of city life we're honoring this month with a collection of happy stories to bring a smile to your day. (Psst, we've found reasons to love other cities around the country as well: Check out our guides to New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C.).
Reasons to love Boston...
Because the MFA is turning 150 this year
All year long, the iconic museum will be hosting special events to honor its legacy in the community, like an exhibit of all 35 Monet paintings in the museum's collection.
Because this local couple's story is just too sweet
Colleagues become lovers, with the help of a former spouse's dying wish.
Because you can actually buy someone a pickle bouquet
Grillo’s Pickles, the former pickle cart in the Boston Commons, is selling kits for make-your-own-pickle bouquets. Because nothing says "I love you" better than an assortment of salty cucumbers.
Because the Boston Symphony Orchestra is hosting free concerts
After their tour of Asia was canceled, the BSO is doing a series of free pop up concerts around the city.
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