This majestic building has been the home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra since 1900, when it was built by McKim, Mead & White (of...
Christian Science Church
Known to adherents as the ‘Mother Church,’ this is the international home base for the Church of Christ, Scientist (Christian Science),...
Mary Baker Eddy Library & Mapparium
The Mary Baker Eddy Library houses one of Boston’s hidden treasures. The intriguing Mapparium is a room-size, stained-glass globe that...
Huntington Theatre Company
Boston's leading award-winning theater company, the Huntington specializes in developing new plays, staging many shows before they're...
Mike’s City Diner
Start the day with a big breakfast of eggs, bacon, toast and other old-fashioned goodness, topped with a bottomless cup of coffee. If...
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Wally’s Café information
When Wally's opened in 1947, Barbadian immigrant Joseph Walcott became the first African American to own a nightclub in New England. Old-school, gritty and small, it still attracts a racially diverse crowd to hear jammin' jazz music 365 days a year. Berklee students love this place, especially the nightly jam sessions (6pm to 9pm).