Liz photographed her son Rainier with Keytar Bear today.
Robert Caplis asks:
Dear Boston: what songs would you include for a Hub-centric playlist? Either about the city or artists from the city.
Boston University and the Huntington Theatre Company released a joint press release yesterday announcing they were dissolving their 33-year old partnership. As a result, Huntington will have to vacate their facility at 264 Huntington Ave. BU will immediately list that property for sale, along with the two buildings adjacent. Read more.
The Montreal Gazette talks to former Canadiens enforcer Chris "Knuckles" Nilan about "Black Mass." Seems Nilan was once married to Whitey's stepdaughter, so he's obviously qualified to talk about the movie. Also, he's "a product of Bostonâ€™s rough-and-tumble West Roxbury," the Gazette reports. Read more.
The Emerald Necklace Conservancy is pleased to announce a new fundraising event, Emerald Necklace YogaFest, to be held on October 4 at Clemente Field in the Back Bay Fens, Boston. The event will run from 9 am to 3pm and include morning and afternoon yoga classes, demonstrations, a pop-up marketplace, food trucks, raffles and more. Featured yoga instructors are Cara Gilman, of Sweat and Soul Yoga; Dan Steel, of Coolidge Corner Yoga and Izzy VanHall, AcroYoga instructor. The event welcomes all levels of yoga experience â€“ from first-timers to practiced yogis!
Participants were taught how to play a part of an original song, and then filmed as they performed it. In the end, a video captured the many different hands and participants coming together to make one complete song.
Brookline Police have been chronicling the arrival of Black Mass stars at the Coolidge Corner - and handling crowd control - this evening, for the movie's premiere.
Some 45 groups and individual musicians performed across Roslindale today in the first Roslindale Porch Fest.
Mark O'Neill took in several performances: Read more.
The Roslindale Arts Alliance lists and maps the bands that will play in Roslindale's first Porch Fest between 1:30 and 5:30 p.m. on Saturday - from jazz and Celtic music to pop and klezmer.
Vanyaland reports the owners of the Fenway music venue have shut it for good.
The Globe reports.