With a camera strapped to his bicycle, Media Arts Production major Eitan Ehrlich ’25 created a video exploring Boston neighborhoods and bordering cities (yes, Brookline and Cambridge are their own municipalities).
Ehrlich created the video for new students, but it’s a fun and helpful guide for returning students, as well as staff, faculty, alums — anyone in the Boston area, really.
Ehrlich’s tour goes from downtown Boston to Chinatown to the SoWa Market (South End) to Jamaica Plain to Brookline to Allston, and finally the Charles River Esplanade.
“Emersonians love Chinatown for its baked goods, authentic food, and boba tea,” said Ehrlich. “The boba tea here is to die for.
In the video, he explains how students can get to the locations he visited. Take the Silver Line to SoWa, or take the Green Line to Heath Street to visit Jamaica Plain to visit the Arnold Arboretum, enjoy JP Licks, and check out Jamaica Pond.
Did Ehrlich miss your favorite spots? Don’t worry, he’s planning on biking around and creating another tour.