1. America the Beautiful - Happy July 4th!

  2. Charles River, Boston

  3. blankcheque:

    Memorial Day Weekend on Boston Common

  4. Sunset over Fenway

  5. Swan Boats & Tulips: May in Boston

  6. Boston Strong

  7. Good Luck to all of the runners for the 2014 Boston Marathon and thanks to the volunteers!

  8. Spring Is Coming: Swan Boats Back in Boston

  9. Which Line Connects to Batman

  10. Quincy Market

    (Source: truthisgrey)

  11. Spring in the Public Garden, Boston

  12. ourpresidents:

    President Ford Presented Conductor Arthur Fielder with the Presidential Medal of Freedom on January 10, 1977.

    Fiedler became conductor of the Boston Pops Orchestra in 1930, a position he would hold for half a century. He strove to bring classical music to a wider audience, making numerous recordings with the Boston Pops and instituting a series of concerts on the Esplanade on the Charles River.

    Several people wrote to the White House recommending that Fiedler be awarded the Medal of Freedom. Among this group were Massachusetts Representative Margaret Heckler and Senator Edward Kennedy, who called Fiedler an “American Ambassador of Music” for his world-wide performances.

    His Medal of Freedom citation recognized these many accomplishments:
    “Violinist, conductor and musical innovator, Maestro Fiedler has bridged the gap between popular and classical music and given millions around the world a greater appreciation of America’s rich cultural heritage. His spirit and zest for living have made an immeasurable contribution to the quality of American life.”
    -from the Ford Library

  13. New Year’s Eve from Boston

  14. Happy New Year from Boston!

  15. Looks like Mother Nature was a day late on that White Christmas.