• BIRTHDAY IDEAS FOR 18 years olds!!! PLEASE ITS URGENT?

    hi! my birthday is in november, and I go to boarding school and I was gonna bring 5 of my friends from my boarding school on a party bus for the weekend. my birthday is on a friday btw. so we would leave school friday... I have 5 other friends from my town too so that’s 10 kids all, i live in boston, and I have no... show more
    hi! my birthday is in november, and I go to boarding school and I was gonna bring 5 of my friends from my boarding school on a party bus for the weekend. my birthday is on a friday btw. so we would leave school friday... I have 5 other friends from my town too so that’s 10 kids all, i live in boston, and I have no idea what to do for the weekend... I was thinking boston saturday for dinner and party bus, but I don’t know what to do friday or sunday? I want to have fun and not be bored. do you have any suggestions? for teenagers??? nothing babyish. just need ideas!!!
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is Boston really notoriously racist? Can any Black Bostonians (and Bostonians in general) share their thoughts?

    More speficiay, what is it like to be a Black/African-American Boston Celtics espcially if you are not actually from Boston. For example, I am Black British and quite uncomfortable with the supposed racist reputation Boston has even though I like the Boston Celtics and would like to go to a game one day without... show more
    More speficiay, what is it like to be a Black/African-American Boston Celtics espcially if you are not actually from Boston. For example, I am Black British and quite uncomfortable with the supposed racist reputation Boston has even though I like the Boston Celtics and would like to go to a game one day without fear of discrimination or harassment of any kind.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • In Boston is there a difference between calling someone autistic or artistic aren’t they the same word?

    You pronounce them the same in Boston
    You pronounce them the same in Boston
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Moving to Boston in October, anyone have any tips to share with me?

    I am relocating from Orlando to Boston(Saugus) this October for my job. I have already been doing a lot of research on the city and neighborhoods to live in. Im am originally from Pennsylvania so I know it will be FRICKIN cold but im still going to do the move. Things im trying to know more of, best neighborhoods... show more
    I am relocating from Orlando to Boston(Saugus) this October for my job. I have already been doing a lot of research on the city and neighborhoods to live in. Im am originally from Pennsylvania so I know it will be FRICKIN cold but im still going to do the move. Things im trying to know more of, best neighborhoods to live in, where can i find roommate ads (i looked on craigslist but not seeing many), i know the cost of living is way higher but what are prices i should expect to pay for a studio vs renting a room. Also most importantly would you recommend i bring my car or rely on public transportation, i would like to ditch the car.
    7 answers · 2 months ago
  • Im 18 and want to see Boston. Is 18 an okay age to travel alone?

    Best answer: Ahem. You're an adult now. Go ahead and take that trip, staying with friends you'd be perfectly fine even if you were a lot younger. Loads of kids come to Boston for college when they're 17, and they do just fine. Just always know where you are going, get there as soon as you can, and keep what you... show more
    Best answer: Ahem. You're an adult now.
    Go ahead and take that trip, staying with friends you'd be perfectly fine even if you were a lot younger.

    Loads of kids come to Boston for college when they're 17, and they do just fine. Just always know where you are going, get there as soon as you can, and keep what you really need handy but never in a backpack or in a big handbag hanging off your arm where someone can take it. Keep your roller bag with you if you fly- you can always use the handicapped bathroom stall- and make sure you know the next stop and have in hand what you need for it. One of the hardshell bags with extra wheels on it that WILL go in the overhead are really handy- they may make you check a bag, but go with the intention of carrying it on, and then take another smaller bag with a couple of pairs of underwear and your toothbrush and stuff- just in case they don't give you your bag back right away. make sure you have your phone charger, and keep it charged as much as possible.

    When you travel, be aware of your surroundings. NEVER put earphones in or headphones on while you are walking anywhere. That's true no matter what age you are, or where you are going. Don't strike up conversations with strangers, especially if they seem to have come to you.

    Everywhere you go, it's someone's home. Just remember that, and remember that no matter where you are, you should be aware of what is going on around you, and have control over the situation as much as possible. Don't go out drinking, wear shoes you can walk on cobblestones in - no flip flops or spiky heels. Sneakers are really best- there is a lot of really dirty germy stuff on the streets. You're not going to want to sit on anything public in a short skirt or tiny shorts.bring a rain jacket and a sweatshirt- and lots of extra socks.

    If you are with friends, you are NOT alone. Arrange to stay with them, and go places together. Anyone should do that, anyway. But be confident and know that more than half the people traveling on the plane or the train will be going by themselves. And you're an adult now. You could move out of your house and go around the world now, if you wanted to. People go abroad for semesters in Europe at your age all the time.

    You'll be fine- just know what you're doing, and where you're going- and who you're going with.
    And always take a real taxi, not an app driver. they may be cheaper, but you don't know who they really are.
    6 answers · 3 months ago
  • Is Boston the best sports city in the US?

    7 answers · 4 months ago
  • College question...?

    Best answer: You're a college student. You can continue to use your PA ID unless you decide to become a resident of MA.
    Best answer: You're a college student. You can continue to use your PA ID unless you decide to become a resident of MA.
    5 answers · 7 months ago
  • What to do in Boston for one day?

    I live in New York City and have never been to Boston but I would like to go for the day this weekend. Do have any recommendations on what to do/see? I will probably take a bus there.
    I live in New York City and have never been to Boston but I would like to go for the day this weekend. Do have any recommendations on what to do/see? I will probably take a bus there.
    5 answers · 7 months ago
  • Fun New England day trips with kids?

    I’m in central Massachusetts and I want to start planning my summer with the kids. There’s 4 of them aged 13 & 12 and I’m looking for inexpensive fun day trips. We’ve done the cape, we have family there so it’s nothing special for us and let’s face it, it could take 2 days just to get through traffic and over... show more
    I’m in central Massachusetts and I want to start planning my summer with the kids. There’s 4 of them aged 13 & 12 and I’m looking for inexpensive fun day trips. We’ve done the cape, we have family there so it’s nothing special for us and let’s face it, it could take 2 days just to get through traffic and over one of the bridges. Last summer we did the white mountains and plan on going back but what else that doesn’t require over night hotels??
    4 answers · 7 months ago
  • Are the Boston Celtics racist?

    Best answer: No. The Celtics aren't racist, but Boston is.
    Best answer: No. The Celtics aren't racist, but Boston is.
    9 answers · 9 months ago
  • Is car rental necessary when vacationing to Boston?

    Taking my mom to Boston for about 4 days in early June (during the week). So far I know we will be seeing Fenway Park (reason for the trip Detroit vs Boston baseball game) and then the JFK library. I'm just not sure how convenient parking will be if I drive vs fly. Meaning if I fly, do I need a car rental or... show more
    Taking my mom to Boston for about 4 days in early June (during the week). So far I know we will be seeing Fenway Park (reason for the trip Detroit vs Boston baseball game) and then the JFK library. I'm just not sure how convenient parking will be if I drive vs fly. Meaning if I fly, do I need a car rental or will public transportation suffice?
    9 answers · 10 months ago
  • How to move to Boston for college?

    4 answers · 10 months ago
  • Would you live in Boston?

    Best answer: If you mean Boston in Massachusetts, United States, then yes. I would much rather live in America than here in Britain.
    Best answer: If you mean Boston in Massachusetts, United States, then yes. I would much rather live in America than here in Britain.
    5 answers · 11 months ago