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Wilbur Theatre

660 Washington Street , Boston, Massachusetts United States

(617) 248-9700

Wilbur Theatre The Wilbur Theatre was built in 1914 by the Shubert brothers who named it for their friend and theatre manager A.L. Wilbur. It was built on the site of the former Winthrop School for Girls. The Wilbur was the first Boston theatre to draw its inspiration from American Colonial architecture rather than from European sources. It was [more]

The Tonic Bar

1316 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts United States

(617) 566-6699

The Tonic Bar Tonic (tonnik) (noun) - a medicine that invigorates the body and lifts your spirits generally creating a feeling of well-being. GET CURED. Dark mahogany wood, white marble, rich red walls, low lighting, and brown leather chairs surround you in this new chic and sophisticated restaurant, bar, and lounge. Located at [more]

Candiland

Boston MA 02116., Boston, Massachusetts United States

Candiland Boston MA 02116. [more]

Revolution Rock Bar and Lounge

200 High St., Boston, Massachusetts United States

617.261.4200

Revolution Rock Bar & Lounge Revolution, Boston's sexiest rock bar, pays tribute to all things rock & roll. Our multi-level venue offers a bar, lounge, restaurant and multiple entertainment options. With music ranging from Alternative Rock to Classic and Punk Rock, Revolution offers live music three nights a week with a DJ's spinning [more]

Liberty Hotel 5th Floor Rotunda

215 Charles Street, Boston, Massachusetts (Beacon Hill) United States

(617) 224-4000

The Liberty Hotel is located at the base of Beacon Hill directly in the old Charles Street Jail, which once housed some of Boston's most notorious criminals. Now a National Historic Landmark and fully renovated in 2007, they are renowned for their amazing food, spectacular service, and unique decor. Listed as one of the Leading Hotels of the [more]

Gillette Stadium

One Patriot Place, Foxborough, Massachusetts United States

(800) 543-1776

Gillette Stadium Gillette Stadium is a world-class event facility located in Foxborough, Mass. It is the home of the NFL's New England Patriots, and the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer. Gillette Stadium partially opened on May 11, 2002 with the Revolution. Its Grand Opening was on September 9, 2002 when the Patriots beat the [more]

Berklee Performing Arts Center

136 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, Massachusetts United States

(617) 747-2474

Berklee Performing Arts Center Located in the historic Back Bay, the Berklee Performance Center is at the core of Boston's entertainment and cultural community. Many excellent restaurants and hotels as well as the Prudential Center, Fenway Park, and the Hynes Convention Center are within walking distance. The Berklee [more]

Boston Opera House

539 Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts United States

617-259-3400

Boston Opera House The history of the Opera House begins with its original incarnation, built on Huntington Avenue in 1901. The venue was a popular spot for local and traveling opera troupes. Unfortunately, the building fell into disrepair in the time between the Great Depression and World War II. It was eventually demolished; a Northeastern [more]

Institute of Contemporary Art

100 Northern Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts United States

617-478-3100

Institute of Contemporary Art The Institute of Contemporary Art strives to share the pleasures of reflection, inspiration, provocation, and imagination that contemporary art offers through public access to art, artists, and the creative process. The primary activities of the ICA are threefold: • To present outstanding [more]

Mullins Center

200 Commonwealth Ave., Amherst, Massachusetts United States

(413) 545-3336

Mullins Center In 1985, William D. Mullins, a state representative from Ludlow, suggested that the University needed a multi-purpose arena and convocation center to help expand the athletic program and assist in the university's growth. He died in 1986, but the state went ahead with the building of the complex, naming it for him. It replaced [more]