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Manny Released On Bond

Manny Ramirez was released from jail on a $2,500 bond after he was arrested on Monday for allegedly hitting his wife. He was charged with misdemeanor battery in the first degree after his wife said Ramirez "struck her in the left side...Show More Summary

Bostonist Review: Kingsley Flood, "Dust Windows"

After a slow, sci-fi swooshing at the beginning of "Dust Windows", Kingsley Flood's debut CD, the listener is treated to 11 tracks of down home, rockin', sweet & savory Americana. After the swoosh, a fiddle intro whines and winds around a bass line to tug you by the ear into the first song. Show More Summary

Interview with Jay Mohr - Appearing at The Wilbur on Saturday, May 2nd

Jay Mohr will appear for 2 shows at The Wilbur Theatre - Saturday, May 2nd Although Jay Mohr is currently starring on CBS' "Gary Unmarried" (potential Emmy nomination for him!) on Wednesday's at 8:30pm, you might know him from aboutShow More Summary

The Bloody Beetroots to Hit Bill's Bar Tonight

The Bloody Beetroots play Bill's Bar tonight The infamously masked electronica duo otherwise known as The Bloody Beetroots will be playing a pseudo-secret show at Bill's Bar tonight with doors opening at 10pm. Don't look for the Beetroots on Bill's website because they aren't there. Show More Summary

Bostonist Interview: Comedian Brian Regan Returns to the Orpheum This Friday

Comedian Brian Regan makes a return to the Orpheum this Friday night. Regan has performed solo at the Orpheum in the past as well as in support of Denis Leary's charity-fest "Comics Come Home". Brian Regan is familiar to many, what with...Show More Summary

Bostonist Interview: Rhys Darby - 'Murray' from "The Flight of the Conchords" Appears at the Wilbur on Sunday

Comedian Rhys Darby, the man who brought "The Flight of the Conchords" manager, Murray, to life, will be coming to The Wilbur Theatre on Sunday, November 9th. Rhys Darby's live act combines excellent anecdotal storytelling with hilarious...Show More Summary

Harvard Square on this night…

  …was controlled pandemonium. I know, contradiction in terms, but there is no other way to describe it. There was singing, screaming, crying, dancing, leaping in the streets, but not one window was broken, no one was beaten. I barely saw any cops. I hope you’re not surprised to hear that Cambridge is a Democratic stronghold, [...]

ALCS Game 5: They Were the Best of Fans, They Were the Worst of Fans

If watching the Tampa Bay Rays score 29 runs to the Red Sox' 5 over the course of two games and six and half innings weren't discouraging enough to watch on television this postseason, imagine the fans at Fenway Park. By the seventh inning of last night's ballgame, the Sox, who hadn't had a lead since ALCS Game 2 in St. Show More Summary

Bostonist Interview: Frank Caliendo

You might know Frank Caliendo from his tenure on Fox's "MADtv", you might know him from his show "Frank TV" which returns to TV with a full season starting on October 21st on TBS, and you definitely should know him from FOX NFL Sunday where he's been appearing since 2001. Show More Summary

Bostonist Interview: Comedian Mike Birbiglia - Appearing @ The Wilbur on Saturday

Mike Birbiglia, the comedian whose hometown is Shrewsbury, MA, brings a traveling version of his off-broadway show, "Sleepwalk With Me", to the Wilbur Theater on Saturday. Bostonist reviewed Birbiglia's excellent DVD, "What I ShouldShow More Summary

Bostonist Interview: Comedian Bill Burr

Bill Burr's excellent live show "Why Do I Do This?" makes it's TV debut on August 31st, Comedy Central at 11:00pm. Burr, born in Canton, MA, got his start in Boston by stepping onstage during a contest for "Funniest College Student" and hasn't looked back. Show More Summary

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