On July 12, 2012 in the heart of downtown Boston, in blistering 85-degree heat and humidity, over 12,000 runners toed the line of the JP Morgan Corporate Challenge race. Teams from 629 of Boston’s companies came out and completed the 3.5-mile course that looped from the Boston Common to Kenmore Square along Commonwealth Avenue.
On Tuesday, July 3, 2012 The Seaport World Trade Center hosted The New England Warrior Benefit, a fundraiser that gives back to the families of wounded or fallen U.S. Special Operations Troops.
The New England Warrior Benefit
The fundraiser began with a unique online auction that allowed guests as well as the [...]
Follow the brick path at the corner of Church and Brattle Street in Harvard Square and you’ll find one of Cambridge’s long-standing eateries, Harvest.
Harvest is an upscale restaurant that features New England faire with a contemporary twist. The seasonal menu features an assortment of meats ranging from rib eye, duck and bass to [...]
Whether you are a seasoned foodie or a newcomer to the Boston restaurant scene, these picks are sure to satisfy your palate! Here’s my list for the top ten overall restaurants in the city.
Main Dining Room: Beehive (Photo Credit: BeehiveBoston.com)
Beehive: Best Live Music, Atmosphere, and Brunch Downbeat Magazine named Beehive one [...]
The Celtic’s Doc Rivers, The Red Sox Manager Bobby Valentine, Harvard’s Basketball Coach Tommy Ameker, Boston University’s Hockey Coach Jerry York, and of course, Charlie Sheen may all have #winning on their minds but on Tuesday June 26th at the 1st annual Sports Leadership Breakfast at Fenway Park, (sans Charlie Sheen) these Boston sports [...]
From July 1st-July 5th, you will be seeing something a little different in Boston Habor.
Tall Ship Gloria from Ecuador (Photo Credit: OpSail Boston)
OpSail is a non-profit organization, established in 1961 with the endorsement of President John F. Kennedy, to advance sail training and promote goodwill among nations. This year, to celebrate [...]
Cirque du Soleil has descended on Boston! TOTEM is Cirque du Soleil’s unique interpretation of human evolution, starting at the amphibian state landing in the present. On a stage that is meant to represent a giant turtle, the show intersects mysticism, science, and art to trace the development of mankind. Robert Hurwitt, of [...]
Summer in Boston means weekends on the Cape, long strolls through the Common, and the latest summer fashions on Newbury Street. Summer is also the perfect time to dip in to Boston’s cultural attractions – and with Free Fun Fridays, the Highland Street Foundation is ready to help.
Each Friday this summer, select museums [...]
Lucky Strike Lanes is a trademark venue for some good old-fashioned fun in Boston. Located just a stone’s throw from Fenway Park, Lucky Strikes is a retro-chic bowling alley complete with colorful lights, fun music, and a sprawling bar. What better place for a night of networking to benefit a great cause? Recently, I [...]
On Tuesday June 26th, famous Boston-area coaches will attend the 1stannual Sports Leadership Breakfast! Sponsored by Dunkin’ Donuts The “Coffee With The Coaches” benefit is hosted by the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA), a nation wide nonprofit dedicated to providing youths and high school athletes with a positive, career-building athletic experience.
Boston Celtics Doc [...]