Since our launch in 2001, BostonCentral has grown to be the #1 web destination for family-oriented events, activities, and resources in the Greater Boston and New England area.
BostonCentral garners over 5 million page views per year; and our famous weekly newsletter has accrued nearly 140,000 opt-in subscribers to date. We constantly get feedback from readers telling us how much they appreciate the information we provide and how they have come to rely upon our weekly newsletter to plan their family fun.
We've really enjoyed helping to spread the word about all the fun stuff to do in Boston for the past 11 years, and hope you continue to enjoy the service for many years to come!
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Stacey Sao, Founder & Managing DirectorStacey started BostonCentral when she moved to the Boston area in 2001 and encountered a great deal of difficulty finding useful, family-friendly info online.
Having been in high-tech marketing for many years, she launched BostonCentral to meet this need and provide great family-friendly information not only to newcomers, but also to local residents who are looking for great family events and activities.
She lives in the Boston area with her husband, 11-year-old daughter Ami, and 8-year old son Jayson, and of course the family parrot, Lulu. She tweets about it all at @bostoncentral.
Barbara Rose, Contributing EditorBarbara Rose spent many years writing and designing for Boston ad agencies to support her arts and outdoor adventure habits.
As a mom, her daily mission is to find kid-sized adventures for her action-loving 12-year old. She delights in hunting down unusual and different activities for Boston Central -- especially the free ones!
Yoni Sternberg, Web ConsultantA June 2012 graduate of Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School, Yoni previously interned at Sol y Canto, a Cambridge studio that produces Latin music and Spanish voice-over recordings, and at Russell's Garden Center in Wayland. He is using this year to explore interests in music and technology, and to earn money for college.
Yoni lives in the Boston area with his mother, Sara, father, Larry, and the family dog, Lexi. He also loves music and often DJs on the weekends.