It’s no secret that we at Union Park Press love all things local, which is why we’re embracing this great local charity: We Art Boston!
On Monday, November 11 Lauren Clark, author of Union Park Press’ upcoming Crafty Bastards: Beer in New England from the Mayflower to Modern Day, will be moderating a Thirst Boston panel on the how local brewing has evolved over the past 400 years.
Just a few weeks ago, New Englanders took to their favorite orchards and farms to pick apples, pumpkins and apple cider donuts. Post-Halloween, post-Sandy, it seems that we should all just aim to get outside this weekend, and soak up our beautiful parks, forests, beaches and mountain wilderness.
New England can let out a collective, anticipatory breath as July rolls in and with it all the signs of a blissful, sunny summer. After cold winter months, rainy spring weeks, and never-ending days of school and work, July stands as a beacon of freedom and good weather. With June under our belts and August […]
Amidst patriotic celebrations surrounding the upcoming Fourth of July, we Americans typically keep in mind only one war of independence. However, forever establishing a claim to the (unofficial) title of rebellious young nation in the history books took more than one war against Mother England. The War of 1812 aided this claim, yet remains an […]
One of our favorite things about the Fourth of July is that it is a holiday celebrated among entire communities. Towns across the country come together to participate in parades, listen to concerts, show feats of strength in a variety of eating contests, and oooo and ahhh at fireworks. Boston and Massachusetts have some great traditions for the Fourth. […]
It’s June in Boston, everything is finally green, and it’s time to take a look at other peoples’ gardens. Below is a list of upcoming Boston-area garden tours roughly inside Route 128 (with a few exceptions). If you’d rather listen to lectures about gardens, or tour a park, see the Green Space Boston Event Calendar for far […]