I get treated like Ebenezer Scrooge at holiday time. After all, there is no investment advisor in Bostonâ€™s Enchanted Village. But rather than admonish my readers to rein in spending, Iâ€™m recommending you treat yourself this season.
Vanyaland posts a photo of the renovated interior of the former Cambridge music spot.
A federal jury today convicted Jayme Gordon, 51, on wire fraud and perjury charges for his attempt to force DreamWorks to pay him for what he claimed was his prior work on a story about a fighting panda. Read more.
Chelsea Girl asks if anybody knows of any local high schools or colleges with ukelele clubs.
Iâ€™ve always wanted to dispel the common investment myth that wealthy people have an automatic advantage in the stock market. So, I thought joining a Boston Brahmin social club would be the best way to explore this topic. Things did not turn out the way I expected, but the process reinforced some very basic life lessons along with investing realities.
TODAY IS THE DAY.
The Fenway Recordings Sessions presents Har Mar Superstar with Sweet Spirit and DJ Carbo!
Location: Brighton Music Hall
Tickets: $18 Day of Show | http://bit.ly/2d7LlgY
Ages: 18+ with valid ID
For more information visit our event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/307410759628396/
See you soon!
This past summer, Let's Wait spent two nights in Roslindale Square, filming a music video, "3 Drinks in Love" - including inside the soon to be gone Jerusalem Trading.
You can watch and hear them live on Thursday at Thunder Road in Somerville.
And that makes two entries in the Roslindale song list, along with Roslindale by Birdbrain.
Not because he's Zoolander handsome or anything, but because police helpfully shut down the Mass. Ave. Bridge from Boston into Cambridge this morning so he could film a scene there for a movie.
The writers know their Boston. One scene featured a Cumbie's, Lechmere and an old 'BCN billboard. Even one local pol got a shoutout, indirectly, when Marge marveled over one of City Councilor Matt O'Malley's free sunscreen dispensers: "So progressive!"
From Thursday, October 13th to Friday, October 21st, Bostonâ€™s fifth annual ski, snowboard, surf, mountain bike, whitewater kayak and outdoor lifestyle film festival takes place at The Greatest Bar, Brooklyn Boulders, and Naco Taco. This six-night festival showcases several of the world's best outdoor lifestyle films, including award-winning films from Patagonia, Red Bull Media House, Level 1 Productions, Anthill Films, and more.
Bostonâ€™s South Shore is home to two varieties of money mysteries. Thereâ€™s a big, almost unsolvable whodunit. Then there are thousands of smaller cliffhangers easily solved if the gumshoes kept the legwork simple.
Gilmore Girls fans flooded Brighton Center this morning, as RoadTrip New England shows us for Cafenation's one-day transformation into Luke's, where people who got in got free coffee in a Luke's cup.
Diners in Bostonâ€™s beloved North End are almost guaranteed a great meal. There are so many places to choose from and the competition among restaurants is fierce. If a chef doesnâ€™t make mouth-watering entrees, customers can easily flock to the highly rated place next door. This sets the culinary bar astronomically high. While you can only choose one restaurant for a meal, the abundance of choice reduces the risk your palate will be disappointed.
Molly Lanzarotta took in the Revels Riversing along the Charles in Cambridge tonight.
Alan O'Hare told tales of his trips to the auld sod (tip: Don't bring a map, just ask for directions, and you'll be well taken care of) on Primrose Street this afternoon as part of Roslindale Porch Fest.
In between his stories, Colin Kadis and friends played Irish instrumental tunes as 20 or so people listened: Read more.
The annual Roslindale Porchfest is this afternoon.
WBUR reports he'll get probation, no prison time for his role in threatening the show's production company and star for not going union when they came to Boston a couple years back.
Vanyaland reports the Citi Performing Arts Center, which runs the Wang and Shubert Theatres, is becoming the Boch Center, thanks to money from the car dealer, stepping up to replace the money from CitiBank, which gave up on supporting the arts in Boston when it gave up on Boston.
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