Tag: Fenway Park

Ted Williams Fenway Park Auction – Red Sox History for Sale

Filed in Sports, Things To Do by on April 25, 2012 0 Comments
Ted Williams Fenway Park Auction – Red Sox History for Sale

Ted Williams daughter Claudia is auctioning off something close to 800 items from her father’s collection at Fenway Park on Saturday.  Anyone who is a Red Sox fan or even a baseball fan can’t help but be amazed at Ted Williams’ career so I am sure there will be many interested parties. I have to […]

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Boston Film Industry in the Spotlight

Boston Film Industry in the Spotlight

This week as you walk the streets of Boston you may think you are in Hollywood. Two big Boston Based movie events are taking place this week. Ben Affleck is kicking off the premiere of his locally filmed movie The Town tonight at Fenway Park. Later this week the Boston Film Festival is taking place […]

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Can the Boston Red Sox Rise Above Their Injuries?

Filed in Sports by on August 3, 2010 0 Comments
Can the Boston Red Sox Rise Above Their Injuries?

I admit it I haven’t been paying close attention to the Boston Red Sox this season.  This past weekend though my family went on their annual visit to Fenway Park where the Red Sox played Detroit on Saturday.  At that point it was clear that the Red Sox are not the same team I was […]

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Boston Buzzing on Mother’s Day Weekend

Filed in Things To Do, Tourism by on May 10, 2010 1 Comment
Boston Buzzing on Mother’s Day Weekend

My family and I played tourists in Boston this weekend in celebration of my Mother’s Day Activities.  I hadn’t noticed so many things happening at the same time each year but it seemed like with a Trolley Tour Guide giving me the scoop we had so many options at our disposal. We started Sunday morning […]

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Play Ball: Red Sox Open Season With Win Over Yankees

Filed in Sports by on April 6, 2010 0 Comments
Play Ball: Red Sox Open Season With Win Over Yankees

It may have only been opening day, but it felt like a playoff game. The Red Sox got their season going strong Sunday night over the Yankees in a tense matchup of big plays and nail-biting at bats. The Yankees came out quick in the second inning, as Jorge Posada and newcomer Curtis Granderson knocked […]

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Is Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar Already Open?

Filed in Featured, Sports by on March 10, 2010 0 Comments
Is Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar Already Open?

Did you know that Jerry Remy was planning to open a restaurant?  I was clueless until I drove past it earlier this week when I was bringing my son to a pediatric appointment in the Longwood Medical area. They are still putting together the last finishing touches to it.  There were still contractors working on […]

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Fenway Park To Host Free Ice Skating

Filed in Local Events by on December 18, 2009 1 Comment
Fenway Park To Host Free Ice Skating

Forget streaking. For two days in January, Fenway fanatics will have a truly legitimate way to fulfill their dreams of being on the field of the Red Sox’ historic stadium when the city opens the ballpark for free ice skating sessions. The skating—to be held January 3 and 10, both Sundays—is made possible by the […]

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Showdown in Beantown: Three Game Sox-Yankees Series Opens Tonight

Filed in Sports by on August 21, 2009 0 Comments
Showdown in Beantown: Three Game Sox-Yankees Series Opens Tonight

As the Yankees and Red Sox prepare for the final showdown in Beantown of the season, I can’t shake this feeling of déjà vu, this sense that something hazy, indistinct, and yet ominously monstrous is again looming around the corner. The situation is ripe for misery: having won what feels like eighty out of their […]

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Let’s see that again: Kevin Youkilis vs. Rick Porcello

Filed in Sports by on August 12, 2009 0 Comments
Let’s see that again: Kevin Youkilis vs. Rick Porcello

During Tuesday’s game against the Tigers, Detroit pitcher Rick Porcello hit Kevin Youkilis with a pitch in the second inning. It was the second game in a row Youk was hit by a pitch. He charges the mound, and actually reaches and makes contact with the pitcher, which is kind of a rare instance in […]

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Where to Eat in The Fenway Neighborhood

Filed in Food & Dining, Headline, Sports by on June 12, 2009 0 Comments
Where to Eat in The Fenway Neighborhood

Boston’s Fenway neighborhood is, of course, most famous for its proximity to the famous baseball park. But since I moved here two months ago, I’ve learned that there’s a lot more to Fenway than the Red Sox and Fenway Park. Whether you’re looking for a pre-game beer or something a bit more sophisticated, my ‘hood has […]

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