Few things excite our collective spirits like, well, spirits! Let’s face it – we Bostonians love our liquor, but in true multicultural fashion, we also love our art. And when we are lucky, both combine in an event that allows us to enjoy both without moderation. Martinis & Masterpieces is such an event and [...]
After years of waiting, day dreaming and fantasizing about the day our beloved Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum would open it’s new wing, the long wait is over.
Just announced, the new wing designed by Pritzker Prize winning architect Renzo Piano, will open to the public Thursday, January 19, 2012. With appropriate fanfare, the opening [...]
Photo Courtesy of the Boston Museum of Science
Once upon a time, Lauren set out on a mission to find something super-fun, educational and Mark (her loving partner) friendly. So what better than a celebration of space and the moon at the Planetarium?! It’s fun, the Planetarium is shiny and new (recently undergoing [...]
We all heard the rumors, and we all saw the final episode of Late Night with Conan O’Brien with a tiny tear in our eyes. Let’s face it: Conan O’Brien is a national treasure. You are never unhappy to hear about him, he never ceases to make us laugh even on our worst day, [...]
As if you needed another reason to get to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts this Spring, they are hosting a full gamut of films, exhibitions, talks and more – and I plan on seeing a great number of them (as should you) – here is another: The premiere of the acclaimed film The [...]
Garfield and Friends. Image courtesy Jim Davis.
Ah, Sunday morning. A time when you attempt to make brunch. A time where we realize we have one more day in our weekend and decide to either stay in our pajamas and watch Oprah: 25th Season Behind the Scenes marathons all day or actually make [...]
Get into the groove. Everybody dance now! It’s time for Boston’s utterly unique, totally technical Together: Music, Art and Technology Festival.
Like Stefan says it’s got everything: there are more than 35 live concerts, parties, discussion panels, tech demonstrations and art installations. Far as I know there will be no bouncers in old-timey bathing [...]
Is there anything sweeter in life than childhood camp memories? What about CupcakeCamp memories? CupcakeCamp is an ad-hoc gathering born from the desire for people to share and eat cupcakes in an open environment. Learn more about CupcakeCamps around the globe atwww.cupcakecamp.org. If I remember correctly, my summer camp wasn’t smothered in frosting and [...]
It is that time again in Boston: Open Studio time! Coming up April 30-May 1, the historic Somerville Open Studios are back and with bells on. Over 300 artists in over 100 venues has traditionally (this is the 12th year!) meant fantastic art, interesting characters and a two day art love-fest that brings emerging, [...]
Spring is finally here, and after a nasty April Fool’s Day Nor’Easter, we Bostonian’s are ready to hang up the parkas and bust out the capris thank you very much. Let the Center for Arts at the Armory help usher in that fresh, crisp springy feeling with their Spring Fever Market! Starting Sunday April [...]