After several days of backlash, parade organizers voted unanimously to reverse their decision and allow OUTVETS to march in the parade.
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Fans flocked to the streets despite snowy weather on Tuesday to celebrate the New England Patriot’s comeback win.
Sunday’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade brought good weather, boisterous crowds and a quiet controversy surrounding one of Boston’s signature events.
The annual Halloween Pet Parade took place on Saturday, Oct. 24 at Faneuil Hall. Cats and dogs strolled the streets as pirates, popes and other characters.
At the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Southie, all Bostonians were Irish by association as they celebrated with Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Gov. Charlie Baker on March 15.
While the Year of the Goat officially began on Feb. 19, Chinatown in Boston celebrated on Sunday, March 1 with the annual Chinese New Year Parade. Photos by Joe Thomas
By Mary Whitfill, editor-in-chief Because of the second major storm in a week to hit the Boston area, the New England Patriots’ Super Bowl Parade is now expected to kick off on Wednesday, Feb. 4 from the Prudential Center. Originally, the parade was scheduled for Tuesday. The Patriots are expected […]
Join the African Presidential Center (APC) at Boston University as they present Prime Time: A Conversation with Prime Ministers. The University will host Raila Odinga, former prime minister of Kenya, and Frederick Sumaye, former prime minister of Tanzania. The duo will discuss past and current issues in their home countries, and the potential for change. This is one of many events hosted by the APC to open up forums for a dialogue on democratization and free market reform in Africa, as well as a platform for students to benefit from the insights of leaders and experts in the field. Join the conversation and watch the “architects of change” in action.
On January 29, MassEquality received notice that their application to join the March 17 St. Patrick’s Day Parade in South Boston was denied, marking the nineteenth year in a row that parade organizers have banned LGBT advocacy groups from participating. The Boston parade, which first began in 1737, is a staple of St. Patrick’s Day, a day in which Irish heritage and the contributions of Irish-Americans are celebrated.