Nite Jewel, Harriet Brown, and Geneva Jacuzzi will be performing at ONCE Ballroom as part of Fenway Recordings Sessions on July 26, 2017. Doors open at 8:00pm and the show will begin at 8:45pm. The event is 18+ with a valid ID. Tickets are on sale for $14 in advance at ticketfly.com. Tickets are also available for purchase the day of the show for $16.
EDM artist Mark Farina will be performing at Brighton Music Hall on June 16, 2017 as part of Fenway Recordings Sessions. Tickets are $20 in advance. Doors open at 8:00PM and the show starts at 9:00PM. This event is 18+ with a valid ID. For tickets, visit www.ticketmaster.com.
On the evening of February 3rd, Doors at 7pm, show at 8pm! Advance tickets $10.50, DOS tickets $15!
TOMORROW NIGHT :: Allan Rayman, Mothers, LOLO and Animal Flag play Brighton Music Hall as part of the Fenway Recordings Sessions, in association with Communion Music.
Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/820182171426697/
Tickets here: http://www1.ticketmaster.com/event/01004F8FB86F46ED
Burning Greed is a documentary produced by Sonia Weinhaus covering the arson-for-profit ring operating in The Fenway in the late-1970s. Read more.
UPDATE: The actual Globe article ran Aug. 17, 1956. Here's a copy; the Globe has taken down the version that cause all the furor with the March 17, 2012 date.
It’s Boston Fashion Week and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston is extending the celebration throughout October with two relevant exhibits, a party on the first of the month, an appearance by Don Ed Hardy on October 6, and a robust list of fashion-related events.
The MBTA provides this photo of the temporary dams now in place at the Fenway portal where the Riverside line goes underground. The T had been running Riverside service this morning after the Muddy River receded below flood stage, but it's back above it again and there's no service between Fenway and Kenmore.
Boston might be more famous for its museums than its nightlife, but there’s plenty of both. When you combine the two, sophisticated Bostonians turn out in droves. “Gardner After Hours,” held at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on the third Thursday of each month, is just such an event. Read the article by John Stephen Dwyer.
A photoset of the Golden Arches in the dumpster, as requested.
Cosmo Catalano reports from tonight's meeting on rebuilding the Peterborough Street restaurant block, says residents want the restaurants to return, the landlord wants the restaurants to return and the restaurant owners want to return. But everybody kept looking over their shoulders to see if the sinister BRA was gaining on them:
... Apparently, the BRA can declare any construction effort over a certain size to be a Planned Development Area (PDA) which allows them to trample all sorts of regulations on zoning, building size, architectural style, etc.
Earlier this week, two female Emmanuel students along with a male colleague were involved in a very serious incident in the vicinity of Park Drive and Kilmarnock Street around midnight. All three students were assaulted and robbed by three unknown individuals, two male and one female, dressed in dark clothing.
What if the MBTA decided to embark on a construction project to improve service on the D Line during Red Sox season and didn't tell anybody?
While everyone is preoccupied with the impending D Line shutdown, the T has been quietly working on another project that hasn't disrupted anyone's life. Trouble is, they don't seem to think that you want to know about it.