4 Superb simple winter decorating ideas

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Decorating your apartment for winter does not have to be complicated or complex. Bring some flavor to a bland apartment with these apartment winter decorating ideas. Knitted Owl – Heat the sheets on a very cold night and place the adorable owl under them to keep your feet nice and warm. Perla Dark Grey Pillow – This super soft and luxurious … [Read more...]

Host Your Own Wine Tasting Party at Home

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Who doesn't love wine? There are varieties that appeal to most any palate, and wine has a way of opening up intriguing conversations and bringing friends closer together. Whether you're a dedicated wine drinker or a casual acquaintance with this delicious beverage, hosting a wine tasting party at your apartment is a great way to entertain. To host … [Read more...]

Relax at the Boston Public Garden

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The key to avoiding boredom is finding things to do in Boston, MA! There is a lot going on, from Cambridge to South Bay, but if you want some peace and quiet from city life, head to one of the parks owned by the Friends of the Public Garden. This membership organization manages the Boston Public Garden, which is open to all residents and visitors. … [Read more...]

Get your tickets for Disney on Ice presents Frozen

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Little ones will love singing along to Let It Go and seeing some of their favorite characters come to life when the 34th Disney on Ice Presents Frozen takes to the rink of the TD Garden February 13-22, 2015. Mickey and Minnie will be there to host this family-friendly show that follows the lives of two sisters Anna and Elsa, as they lead very … [Read more...]

See the exhibit Images of Discovery at the MIT Museum

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The world of science and technology gets more visual this winter then the exciting exhibit Images of Discovery opens at the MIT Museum on February 14, 2015. This spectacular show will highlight the work of three talented photographers, who are known for using striking images to probe others to ask more scientific questions. Images of … [Read more...]