Jess Burton in a blue shirt and gold necklace

Jessica Burton

Senior City Editor

Jess is based in Boston, MA and when she isn’t creating content, you’ll find her at one of the local breweries, walking her dogs on the Esplanade, or attending a concert. After graduating from the University of Florida, she moved to Columbia, SC where she worked at various nonprofit organizations + was a City Editor for COLAtoday before relocating to launch BOStoday in 2021.

The french eatery in the South End is getting ready to celebrate its first anniversary.
On your mark, get set, prepare for Marathon Monday. 👟
Save the date: the iconic swan boats will return for season on Saturday, April 13 at 10 a.m.
Your guide to the 2024 Red Sox season. ⚾
Get your sea legs with lessons or sign up for a membership at one of these local sailing clubs.
The Kraft Group has shared its vision for the new standalone Major League Soccer stadium development for the New England Revolution.
Boston might not be in the path of totality, but there are some totally awesome events to check out.
From lifting weights, indoor rock climbing, personal training, dance fitness, boxing classes, and martial arts programs — we’ve rounded up 26 gyms and fitness offerings around Boston.
Another month has come and gone, can you remember what happened?
The event is free and open to the public.
You voted to narrow down our eight finalists to one winner.
Get to know the local instructor behind Movement with Jill.
This new Back Bay development is the first air rights project in 40 years.
From the Celtics to the Boston Renegades, we’re sharing all the details of Boston’s sports teams.
The new pilot program offers tax incentives to covert vacant office spaces to residential units.
Head to the Seaport for a cozy night filled with warm tunes at The Jazz Lounge at Kestra Restaurant, located within the Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport.
Before you start your spring cleaning project take a look at this list of local places to donate gently used goods.
Improv Asylum has three new tour offerings beginning this spring — here’s what you need to know before you go.
This ~$2 billion project would reorganize highway, rail, and pedestrian infrastructure improving livability, connectivity, and open space for residents of the Allston neighborhood.
Say “slainte” and raise a Guinness at one of Boston’s (many) Irish establishments.
Slainte from Southie on St. Patrick’s Day
Bookish Bostonians better bond at these book clubs.
The world’s first official Formula 1 racing simulator is will open in April.
Prepare for spring weather in Boston with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center.
Visit over 50 local breweries from March 2 to March 9 to celebrate the brewing community in the Bay State
Visit the legendary children’s books author’s hometown and go on a whimsical adventure.
Orders up and we’re dishing on five new places to find udon, tacos, and more around Boston.
The inaugural American Flag Football League is getting ready to kick off in new digs.
See a variety of items including photographs of the March on Boston Common, a signed Langston Hughes book, and more.
Open the door to the history of this style of housing in Boston.