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|Archived Since:||April 7, 2008|
Sunday was sunny, so I went for a walk around the adjacent neighborhood–the North End. I was on a pilgrimage ( of sorts) to the Church of Saint Leonard of Port Maurice, which incidentally, I had visited before, but had not gone into for reasons that I don’t recall. Anyway, there I was, standing off […]
When it’s done right, the musicians at the T-stations add a layer of drama and intrigue to a 5 minute wait. This guy does it right.
I am embarrassed to admit it, folks, but as a music and art afficionado, it was my first time at the Middle East Downstairs in Central Square this past Saturday, for an excellent and eclectic show from Mean Creek, Drug Rug, and others. As my friend put it,” What a great city we live in! […]
Hi! My name is Lukas, and I’m moving to the Boston area with my family in about 3 weeks. I’m excited to be a part of Metblogs, as a way to discuss our experiences and hear from others who live in this great city. Here’s what I think you can expect from me: 1. Wonderment. […]
I’m a bit embarassed to say I made my first trip to the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston last weekend. The excursion took much longer than it should have, especially since Thursday nights offer free admission; however, I’ll be making my second trip today. Tara Donovan’s breathtaking work is on display. I can’t say enough […]
Well, I’m finally getting settled in here, and hope to begin posting some more. One of the first things I did on moving into town was to look for some good Twitter people to follow. Its an easy way for me to see whats going on around town. Here are a few of the Boston-related […]
I was partaking in my favorite procrastination pasttime…surfing the web…when I came across this post in a blog sponsored by Boston.com/The Boston Globe. The hilarious thing about this article is not the content, but the comments that follow it. This is one of my favorites: Well, Flynne, not everybody who reads the reporting in […]
I saw this on Boston.com today, and was more than a little excited. A month ago when we started the process of moving to Boston I noticed that MBTA was absent from the list of systems that Google Transit offered. As a newcomer to the area on my way to a job interview I used [...]
(Via.) Previously: Ryles Jazz Bar, Relax, Peabody Fire, Bridge, Mandela Rally, Harvard, Charles, Trinity Church, BPL Courtyard, The Public Garden, Charlie’s Kitchen, The Coolidge, and the Longfellow Bridge.
Since Lopez Garcia has his first retrospective in the U.S. at the MFA, I thought it would do good to link to Hughes’ article: There are some artists whose work compels assent almost as soon as you see it. Its seriousness announces itself in precision, gravity, lack of obvious fluidity; in a fastidiousness that could be [...]
From Rachel Paiste: Bus fare from Boston to New York City could cost as little as a dollar next month as a new service called BoltBus gets rolling. Greyhound Lines is partnering with Peter Pan Bus Lines to form BoltBus, which will...
The original caption: Festivities, including music and speeches for Nelson Mandela’s first visit to Boston, Massachusetts following his release from jail in South Africa. June 23, 1990 Boston’s Hatch Shell along the...