Seems David Crosby (of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, and sometimes Young) played the Regent Theatre in Arlington last night. And seems he said some things that might offend the snowflakes who support the current president: Read more.
Tonights the night-come watch the Overcoats kick off their new tour at Brighton Music Hall 8PM! Also. don't miss out on Glassio and DJ Carbo's guest performing, all part of Fenway Recordings Sessions. Tickets are still available so grab them while you still can!!
For more info and tickets: http://bit.ly/2v5OL0O
Where: Brighton Music Hall, Allston
Who: Overcoats, Glassio and DJ Carbo
The BU News Service reports that people living in Cambridge across the river from the Harvard land where Boston Calling now takes place are not in a happy place.
The Boston Palestine Film Festival returns for its eleventh season!
When: Friday, October 20th through Sunday, October 29th. Read more.
More than 100 bands and performers played on porches and in driveways across Roslindale today during the third annual Roslindale Porchfest.
On Beech Street, homeowner Jen Goldston joined in with one of them there City Ducks: Read more.
Molly S. snapped some of the equipment today for "Equalizer 2." No word if the actor himself is in town (he was supposed to be filming in Marshfield in November), but we hear part of the plot involves him battling bank robbers from Charlestown and the trouble he has just getting there because he keeps getting detoured.
The concert and unity rally, which starts at 7 p.m., will be free, but people are being asked to bring school supplies to be donated to kids in Houston, Mayor Walsh and state Sen. Linda Dorcena Forry announced.
No, not the seagulls-and-ship's-bell dentist-office station some of you may remember from your youth, but Bob Bittner's WCAS-successor oldies station that's been on 740 AM for awhile now. It's at 101.3 FM, but with a caveat: It's a low-power station so you may not hear it most places - and if you're south of the Fenway and hear hip hop instead, you're hearing a Dorchester pirate station that's been using the same frequency (last week in Roslindale, that's what came in, but at 2:30 p.m. today, anybody tuning into 101.3 in Roslindale instead heard soft oldies rock).
Hey, guys, what about a TV series about a Boston crime family, but instead of featuring some Afflecky tough guy, it "takes the traditionally hypermasculine crime genre and turns it on its head, placing a queer female lead at its center and making her the driver of the action"? The Dig interviews Caitlin Graham, who's trying to bring this idea to the small screen. She's from Brooklyn, but she's OK, she went to school here.
Edge Media reports the death of the longtime Avalon DJ.
Cambridge Day reports on the impending exit of the Comedy Studio from its perch atop the Hong Kong.
The Commonwealth Shakespeare Company's production of Romeo and Juliet is absolutely wonderful -- with lots of fine young performers. Photos posted on Facebook (spoilers -- if you don't know the story of Romeo and Juliet - and expect the ending to be a surprise): Photos.
What an original idea! Our own local stars are working with Showtime to produce a series about the Boston Miracle - you know, that 1990s period involving "a family of armored car robbers from Charlestown in a case that grows to encompass and eventually upend Boston’s city-wide criminal justice system," not some silly idea about trying to get the gangs of Roxbury and Dorchester to stop killing each other: Read more.