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The 8th Annual Boston Tattoo Convention

The 8th Annual Boston Tattoo Convention

Whether you’re inked yourself, looking for some derma deco, or just admire the body art of others, the 8th Annual Boston Tattoo Convention is a spectacle you simply do not want to miss out on. Taking place October 2nd, 3rd and 4th at the Boston Center for the Arts, this year’s convention promises more than […]

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Beacon Hill Athletic Clubs Celebrates 20 Years

Beacon Hill Athletic Clubs Celebrates 20 Years

The Beacon Hill Athletic Clubs are celebrating their 20th year anniversary. Listen as the staff explains what makes BHAC a great place for anyone to work out.

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Cyclists Take Over Boston’s Streets, if Only For the Weekend

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Cyclists Take Over Boston’s Streets, if Only For the Weekend

This weekend, bikers are no longer an anomaly on Boston’s roads as the Boston Cycling Celebration takes over the streets with races, rides, and even some mayoral pedal pushing. The events officially kick off today, though with September’s Critical Mass fortuitously happening yesterday—the purposely street clogging ride to promote city cycling takes place on the […]

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Techno! Dancing! Pretension! All this and More, Tonight at Thunderdome

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Techno! Dancing! Pretension! All this and More, Tonight at Thunderdome

Do you like that post-workout feeling but hate the actual workout? Then I have some good news for you, because tonight, Thunderdome will make its boisterous return to Boston. The public party gets underway at ten P.M. at the Villa Victoria Center for the Arts and will feature performances by techno acts like #1 Dad […]

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Getting to know Michelle Lewis

Getting to know Michelle Lewis

Michelle Lewis is a local singer / songwriter… Watch her interview with Gabby Gabriel.

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Here Ye Here Ye! The Fall Season Has Begun At King Richard’s Faire

Here Ye Here Ye! The Fall Season Has Begun At King Richard’s Faire

In our college days, weekend mornings meant trekking to the dining hall. If we were lucky, we’d find a little treat spread across the quad known as the Renaissance people. That’s right! Cittern strumming, 5-layer dress with heaving breasts-wearing Renaissance enthusiasts who loitered on our grassy knoll. Luckily, if you’re one of these “Ren Fest” […]

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Boston by Segway

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Boston by Segway

Boston has long been called a walking city.  Partly because so many neighborhoods can be enjoyed in the span of a small stroll and partly because we just don’t have the number of cabs trolling the city as our neighbors in Manhattan do.  If you are interested in taking in the city, without risking blisters […]

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Football! Where to Watch

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Football! Where to Watch

You don’t have to love football to participate in the sport of watching football. Though here in Boston, it is a lonely road if you are not on the Patriots bandwagon – especially now that golden boy Tom Brady is back on the field in uniform. And with the regular season kicking off with a […]

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Fall Fairs Worth the Drive

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Fall Fairs Worth the Drive

Can’t you feel the crisp fall air in the morning already?  Although fall does not officially begin September 22nd this year, the onslaught of annual New England Fairs is upon us!  With so many great annual events within a tank of gas away, I wanted to pay homage  to the great, should not be missed […]

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Wine Riot II To Uncork Sept. 25 & 26 in Boston

Filed in Food & Dining, Local Events, Things To Do by on August 28, 2009 2 Comments
Wine Riot II To Uncork Sept. 25 & 26 in Boston

What could be better than an event with hundreds of wines waiting to be sampled? How about an event with hundreds of wines, plus a DJ, a photo booth, a lounge, food pairings, and free crash courses on wine? When the Second Glass hosts Wine Riot, its second snob-free wine tasting extravaganza, September 25 and […]

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