10 Things You Should Know about the Institute of Contemporary Art ADMISSION is very affordable and often free! • $15 general admission, $13 seniors, $10 students • FREE for members and youth 17 and under • FREE for all on Thursdays from 5-9 pm during ICA Free Thursday Nights • FREE admission for up to two adults accompanied by children 12 and under on the… Read More »

Sky Zone Isn’t Just for Kids Any More Can’t take any more of this historic winter? Does the sight of snow make you weep? Leave all that white behind and step inside the Sky Zone! Right around the corner from Batch Yard is Sky Zone, an indoor trampoline park that provides hours of fun and fitness for any age. Voted the number… Read More »

Valentine’s Day choices

Residents at the Batch Yard are not far from some romantic hot spots serving up all kinds of love this Valentine’s Day. All across Boston – from the North End, to the Back Bay and over to the Seaport – there are plenty of dining options. Here are five spots serving up something special. Prezza… Read More »

Spring Alive with Ballet at the Boston Opera House

It’s like getting two beautiful experiences for the price of one. Catching the Boston Ballet perform at the Boston Opera House this spring gives you the pleasure of seeing art within art – a world class ballet within the walls of one of Boston’s gems – the magnificently appointed and restored Opera House. Realizing both… Read More »

Kendall Square Cinema

Just around the corner (under four miles door to door) is a not-your-average movie theater. Kendall Square Cinema is the perfect example of functional art. The theater itself is an architectural gem, the beloved home to independent films, foreign language cinema, and restored classics and documentaries. Even cooler, in addition to the nine screens with… Read More »