Announcements Sports

Interested in Learning To Curl?

Check out the upcoming “Learn to Curl” events at the Steriti Memorial Arena, 561 Commercial St, Boston on Sunday evenings from 7:00pm – 10:00pm. You’ll learn the basics of the sport and practice with real games. No experience is required and you do not have to join the club to attend a learn to curl Read More…

Announcements Arts & Culture

Handel and Haydn Society Complete Bach Brandenburg Concertos

Could there be a more perfect collection than the six concertos known as the Brandenburgs? The Handel and Haydn Society continues its 2017-18 Season with a program of the Bach Brandenburg Concertos Nos. 1-6 on Friday, February 16, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, MA followed by performances on Saturday, February 17 Read More…

Announcements Food & Drink

il Molo Serving Free Hot Chocolate on January 31st

In celebration of National Hot Chocolate Day on January 31st, the North End’s il Molo will show off and serve up their specialty hot chocolate recipe at no charge. Not your average hot cocoa with powdered ingredients, il Molo’s hot chocolate blends milk with melted, rich chunks of chocolate and is topped with whipped cream Read More…

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Report: Boston-Area Working Ports at Tipping Point, Primed for Innovation

New Boston Harbor Now analysis highlights need for thoughtful, resilient planning in region’s Designated Port Areas BOSTON (January 24, 2018) – More than a quarter of Greater Boston’s Designated Port Areas (DPAs) – waterfront spaces zoned for maritime industrial uses such as fuel terminals, salt storage and international shipping – are vacant or being used Read More…

Announcements Arts & Culture

Boston Lyric Opera Spring Season Brings Brecht and Bernstein

Boston Lyric Opera just released new details about its Spring 2018 Season. The upcoming season will include a new production of theater-staple The Threepenny Opera​ helmed in March by rising LA-based director James Darrah, and a first-time pairing/blending of two Leonard Bernstein works, Trouble in Tahiti and Arias and Barcarolles. Trouble in Tahiti / Arias and Barcarolles will be Read More…

Announcements Schools

St. John School Open House

St. John School is hosting an open house Wednesday, January 31st, 9:30am – 11am. We are now accepting enrollment for Fall 2018: Grades K3-8 Full/Part time Pre-Kindergarten 3 Full day Pre-Kindergarten 4 and Kindergarten K3 + K4 utilize the OWL curriculum + Building Blocks Math Foreign language in Grades K3-8 State-of-the-art technology 1:1 iPads Grades 1-8 Read More…

Announcements Arts & Culture

Pirandello Society Italian Film: “Il Sole Dentro” (“The Sun Inside”)

Anna Rocca, Associate Professor of French & Italian at Salem State University, will introduce the 2012 film “Il Sole Dentro” (“The Sun Inside”) at this year’s annual Pirandello Society’s Italian film screening. The film, directed by Paolo Bianchini, is the story of two journeys – one true, the other imagined – and both extraordinary. Coffee Read More…

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Casting Call for Kids to Perform in the NEMPAC 2018 Opera Project: Don Giovanni

NEMPAC 2018 Opera Project: Don Giovanni will feature children in The Great Hall at Faneuil Hall. NEMPAC is seeking 8 young performers, children ages 9-13, to audition for Don Giovanni under the direction of Rebecca Miller (Artistic and Stage Director). They will be featured in a large ensemble non-singing scene in Act 1. The young Read More…

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$1 Game Time Menu at il Molo This Weekend

The North End’s il Molo is gearing up for the Patriots AFC Championship game with a special dollar menu you (or your wallet) won’t want to forget. Head to il Molo for Sunday afternoon’s matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars and nosh on a new $1 Game Time menu featuring mouthwatering finger foods such as Grilled Read More…