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Explore the many historic and exciting destinations in gay Boston, one of the most LGBT-friendly cities in the United States. From its essential role in the American Revolution to its distinction as the first state to legalize same-sex marriage, gay Boston has a host of attractions that is sure to please any LGBT history buff. The Old State House, Trinity Church, and the Museum of Fine Arts are among the many world-class destinations. Be sure not to miss its lively nightlife that includes mainstay bars like Club Café and the Eagle.

Museum Closes on 33rd Anniversary of Famed Art Heist

The crime remains unsolved after thieves escaped with masterpieces from Rembrandt, Vermeer, Monet, and others worth $500 million.

FAA Investigating “Close Call” at Boston Logan Airport

It’s the fifth such incident so far this year.

Top 3 Things to Do in Boston and Beyond

Massachusetts offers great sports, nightlife, and LGBTQ+ Pride events.

New MLK Monument Opens in Boston

The public art honors Martin Luther King, Jr. and his wife Coretta Scott King.

The Drink: Envoy Hotel's Juliet & Juliet

In celebration of Pride Month, 50% of the proceeds go to the HRC.

Road to the Altar: A Romantic Weekend in Boston

Eastsiders' Kit Williamson and John Halbach spent a romantic Valentine's Day shopping for wedding rings in Boston.

The Best Places to Ooooh and Aaaaah On July 4th

From Fire Island to the Rose Bowl, we've found the best Independence Day festivities from around the country.

Boston’s Finest: Gay Couple Is First to Graduate Police Academy Together

Shawn MacIver & Jimmy Moccia were the first gay couple to graduate from the academy.

Winter in Boston: Perfect Time for a Speedo Run

In the name of charity, hundreds of men and women ran through the streets of drizzly, cold Beantown.

PHOTOS: The Pride of Boston

Multiple events culminated in a huge parade with over 200 registered participants.

Which Pride is Best: Boston, L.A. or D.C.?

Three gay capitals launch or close their Pride events this weekend. That means you must judge which one is the coolest.

Exclusive | Three Gay Days: Boston

Here's your must-have road map to 72 hours in one of the world's gayest destinations. Where to stay, eat, play and meet in charming and friendly Boston.

Boston: Newly Improved Gay Paradise

Boston nightlife gets back in the game.

Boston's South End

Boston can be the city at its most charming and beautiful.

GuidePost: Boston

More than any other U.S. city, Boston is an odd coupling of the radical and the traditional.