Written by David Bieber
Have you ever wandered the hallways of The Verb and wondered what all the 45s on the doors mean? You know, that thing that looks almost like a vinyl record but its closer in size to a CD? Well every door with a 45 on it denotes a special room here at the hotel. The 45 actually indicates what artist the room was themed around. While the idea of a themed room is incredibly cool, there’s a lot more too it. Every room converted has a story as to why that particular artist was chosen. Here’s an example of just one of the stories behind the many special rooms here at The Verb
Written by Jack Beck
Fenway, of course, is known for baseball, and everything that comes with it. Visit the area and you’re guaranteed to find seas of red & white jerseys along with stands selling Fenway Franks and ballpark peanuts. But beyond the baseball and its iconic culture, Boston’s Fenway neighborhood holds one of the cities greatest hidden gems: The Fens. At this centuries old park, you can find some of the most interesting and gorgeous walks in the entire city. Time to do some foliage leaf peeping!
Written by Jack Beck
Over the past few years, the city’s high-end culinary scene has absolutely boomed, with chefs such as The Tasting Counter’s Peter Ungàr, Cragie on Main’s Tony Maw, and O Ya’s Tim Cushman, putting Boston on the map as a must-taste dining capital. Unfortunately, not many of us can afford to put down the money needed for a meal at Boston’s most highly regarded restaurants. However, the recently opened TimeOut Market provides a solution to this financial inconvenience. Here, Boston’s top chefs offer fast-casual spinoffs on their traditional menus, allowing everyone a chance to see what makes these restaurants so esteemed. Better yet, this culinary experience is just a five minute walk from our front door! Here are some of the highlights at TimeOut Market;
Written by Hannah Lee
We know its fall, but its still in the high 80's here in Boston so we aren't ready to say goodbye to 'Hot Girl Summer' just yet!
‘Hot Girl Summer’ was inspired by a song by Megan Thee Stallion, which features Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign. It’s become the summer trend of the season and one of the top used twitter hashtags.
In order to have a ‘Hot Girl Summer,’ you need to do the following: be the best version of yourself, do whatever you want, and have fun doing it!
To do more research about what a ‘Hot Girl Summer’ really is about, I asked one of our great Verb Front Desk Producers, Daria, “What would be on your Hot Girl Summer playlist?” Here is what she came up with:
By Anna Schab
It’s the first week of August… this can sometimes feel as if the hourglass of Summer is running low – grains of sand that were falling monotonously have now picked up speed and are slipping away at an alarming rate. But, don’t you fret – there’s still plenty of those classic “Summer” activities to enjoy in Boston over the entirety of August – and better yet, they’re all free!
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