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La Vita È Bella in Boston’s Historic North End

Today on the blog, we continue our series about Boston’s distinct neighborhoods with Boston’s Little Italy: The North End. Exploring its narrow and winding streets lined with red brick buildings, shops and restaurants, will give you a feel of the Italian-American community. And while the food and the summer “feasts” are some of the most popular attractions, the North End is also bursting with history, making this geographically compact neighborhood a must-see!

Congratulations to Boston’s 2018 Record Breakers!

World-class convention facilities, award-winning services, rich history, and exceptional accessibility make Boston the perfect event destination and create the ideal environment for record-breaking programs. With 2019 underway, we want to take the opportunity to celebrate a few of our customers who achieved record-breaking events in Boston in 2018.

Massachusetts is the Best State for Science and High Tech for 16 Years in a Row

Massachusetts boasts the nation’s best business environment for science and technology, according to the 2018 State Technology and Science Index (STSI) recently published by The Milken Institute, a publicly supported, nonpartisan, independent think tank based in California. The Milken Institute issues the STSI every two years and Massachusetts has been in the top position since 2002.

Coming Soon…

  1. Progressive New England Boat Show

    • BCEC
    • Feb 9 - 17
    • 41500 Attendees
  2. NIRSA Annual Conference & Recreational Sports Exposition

    • HYNES
    • Feb 15 - 17
    • 3500 Attendees
  3. Precor Meetings

    • HYNES
    • Feb 16 - 17
    • 10 Attendees
  4. Indiana University Recreational Sports Lunch

    • HYNES
    • Feb 18
    • 60 Attendees
  5. Mizuno Boston Volleyball Festival

    • BCEC
    • Feb 23 - 24
    • 4885 Attendees

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