Arts & Culture
Happy (almost) weekend! Here’s a few ideas of budget-friendly and/or free things to do in Boston this weekend! If you missed my post about Free Ice Skating at Boston Common Frog Pond, that would be such a great cheap weekend…Read more.
It’s almost that time again! Winterlude returns to Canada’s Capital Region from January 31 to February 17. The winter wonderland festival features ice scuptures, a snow playground, street performers and (of course), Rideau Canal, the world’s longest skating rink. The…Read more.
Philadelphia’s Reading Terminal Market was established in 1892 at 12th and Arch Streets and is the nation’s oldest farmers’ market. Visitors to the market can enjoy virtually every type of cuisine from sublime soul food and exquisite Asian and Middle…Read more.
If you are looking for the best view of Washington D.C., we have found it. The best part is, it won’t cost you a dime. The Pilgrim Observation Gallery at Washington’s National Cathedral (3101 Wisconsin Ave., NW, Washington DC) is…Read more.
It is said that we are what we eat and if that is the case, then there is no better place to find out who you are at a Chicago art exhibit this weekend. “Art and Appetite: American Painting, Culture…Read more.
Now that’s what I’m talking about! Warm, golden sun starts to heat the city and bake in the goodness of full patios and exciting events until everyone is just cooking. World Naked Gardening Day Sat, May 3 (usually first weekend…Read more.