These numbers in themselves are a sufficient argument to justify granting the Dominican slugger the series' MVP. But baseball is not an individual sport, it is a team effort, and the only Red Sox veteran of the 2004 World Series champions has taken on a crucial leadership role.
There's no place like Boston in autumn. Sure, the Red Sox are in the World Series (yay!), but even when they're not, this city and its neighboring communities play host to foliage, football, spooky Halloween traditions, and outdoor activities like no other.
Eccentric vegan songstress Fiona Apple is currently touring with a unique concept show titled 'Anything We Want,' a delightfully bizarre and intimate stage show that, despite a consistent setlist, feels refreshingly spontaneous.
In a world where those most privileged often tend more towards sybaritism than desiring to foster mutual benefit, we can all learn a lot from Isabella's attempts to repair one broken home, inspired by a far from ordinary trip abroad.
The Beetles Are Baaaaaack... and Now They're Decimating Spruce Forests with climate change, reports Katie Valentine at Climate Progress. Over the pas...
We Bostonians are a feisty and resilient bunch, and the marathon attacks do nothing to discount that. It is one thing to dampen the human spirit, but the sorry soul that thinks they can bring down a community jacked up on Dunkin' Donuts and Sam Adams has got another thing coming.
I just got back from my 30th college reunion -- the anniversary of an event that seems like a lifetime ago, if only because so many of my classmates now have children sleeping in the same dorms we once shared.
The Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival -- Boston's biggest block party -- delighted over 65,000 music lovers on September 28th. Jazz, Latin, blues, and funky groove acts performed on three stages along Columbus Avenue.
Advocacy organizations elicit controversy by their very nature. They exist to push back against prevailing public thought and eradicate avenues of oppression. No mainstream advocacy organization has managed to hit a nerve in quite the same way as PETA.
Yes, times can be very challenging. Yes, we can be pulled in a hundred different directions. And yes, we have choices. We can choose to allow the overwhelming issues of life to overwhelm us, or we can choose to make a concerted effort to enjoy our lives.
In restaurants it really is all about the guest. Among many other things, it's about spending time with guests, getting to know them, keeping track of what they like and don't like, helping them to feel special.
The Phantom Gourmet Food Festival is in its tenth year, under the shadow of Fenway Park, with 50 vendors giving out food from The Sausage Guy to Uppercrust Pizza to beer. Lots and lots of beer.
A number of American cities are looking at innovative and creative ways to develop new park land for their residents in projects which can also help protect their local streams and rivers from the type of dirty water and even raw sewage overflow caused by heavy rainfalls.
New England's rich mosaic of over 150 colleges and universities is potentially at risk. This region of the United States has been the world's academic mecca for much of the past century. But there are early warning signs and concerns of possible upheaval.
But of course, no one really knows what's going on in other people's life, they just figure since they see postings on a social networking site, that your every thought and whim is basically filled under a 200 word status.
Just because fall is setting in and there's little time to relax doesn't mean that you don't have time to get away for a weekend. These five, quick, two-day escapes are all within driving-distance from major cities across the U.S.