Today is Tuesday, July 23 and if you’ve spotted a few more celebrities than normal around town, you’re not the only one. Massachusetts has felt like one big film set this year and Boston.com has pulled together a list of all the Hollywood movies and TV shows filming around the state, read more on Boston.com.
Here’s what else you need to know for today…
12:00PM Boston ADA Celebration. Stop by City Hall Plaza for a free event for all ages and abilities to celebrate the 29th anniversary of the American with Disabilities Act. The public is invited to join for food, music, a resource fair, friends, and fun! ASL and CART provided. For additional accommodation requests, call 617-635-3682 or e-mail email@example.com.
2:00PM Court Hearing DEP vs. Commercial Wharf E Condo Association at Suffolk County Superior Court – 3 Pemberton Square. This hearing will include oral arguments by Commercial Wharf East Condominium Association (CWECA) and Seth Scholfield from the AG’s office representing the DEP (Mass. Dept. of Environmental Protection). The court will hear arguments from the parties, but the public will not be able to testify.
6:00PM SCANZONATI | JAZZ IN THE PARK 2019 – NEMPAC Summer Series on the Greenway. Scanzonati performs during this third week of jazz by combining charming and soulful vocal textures with sophisticated harmonies and arrangements to present incredibly rich and well-written Italian music infused with Mediterranean lyrical finesse, see additional information here.
Family-style Italian feast restaurant, Table, has finally received it’s license to serve beer, wine and cordials. Owner Jen Royle claims that now that she’s finally able to unveil a drink list, she plans to keep it simple, read more on Boston Magazine.
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Wednesday, July 24
6:00PM Old North Speaker Series: Sweethearts at Sea at the Old North Church. Speaker Amanda Goodheart Parks presents Sweethearts at Sea: Love and Marriage in the New England Whaling Industry, see additional information and ticket details here.
7:00PM North End Movie Nights: Uncle Drew. Movies will be shown on Wednesdays in July and August at The Gassy / DeFilippo Playground on Prince Street. Pizza will be served at 7 p.m. and movies begin at dark. This week’s movie will be Uncle Drew, see additional information here.
7:00PM Dorothy Curran Concert Series: Charlie Thomas’ Drifters. The Dorothy Curran Wednesday Night Concert Series returns from July 17 to August 14 for another season of outdoor music for fans of all ages on City Hall Plaza with a tribute to Chicago, the classic soul of Charlie Thomas’ Drifters, an evening of Motown funk, and the grand finale featuring the legendary Tavares.
Thursday, July 25
10:30AM Celebrate What Unites Us: Ireland. Stop by Armenian Heritage Park where attendees will begin with a community leader sharing his or her immigrant experience. Attendees will then take a meditative walk around the labyrinth before walking to The KITCHEN for a seasonal cooking demonstration and free lunch prepared by chefs from some of Boston’s neighborhood restaurants.
10:30A Yoga-Lates by Age Strong Commission. Stop by the North End Park for Yoga-Lates by Age Strong Commission, see here for additional details and a full lineup of Greenway fitness classes.
From the Community:
Related Beal announced that the team behind fast casual restaurants Love Art Sushi and Love Art Udon, will introduce its latest concepts, Love Art Poke, at Congress Square in the Financial District and POKE by Love Art at The Beverly near North Station. These locations add to the growing list of dining concepts that Related Beal is bringing to the city, continue reading.
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