Patriots

Food and Drinks 

CHASING TAIL: LOCAL SPOTS TO EAT YOUR WAY THROUGH PATRIOTS SUNDAYS WITH FRIENDS

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It seems like it was just last weekend that the sun was shining, the air was warm, and football once again graced your television set for the entirety of Sunday. Actually, that’s because it was last weekend. It’s official: Football season has begun. Continue reading

Food and Drinks 

WELLNESS FOR DEGENERATES: PRODUCE – SET IT AND FORGET IT

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Now is the time for change: Changes in routine, pace and diet. Screw New Year’s resolutions. Use the turning of the season (and all its delicious bounty) to shake up the summertime culinary coma left over after an endless barrage of burgers and hot dogs and ribs and corn on the cob and coleslaw and… Continue reading

News 

2013 YEAR IN REVIEW: THE YEAR IN LOCAL SPORTS SCANDALS

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Love sports or loathe them, the entitled characters who play them make some awesomely destructive decisions for the public to devour and emulate. Continue reading

Food and Drinks 

5 DRINK MINIMUM: TRICK-OR-TREAT EDITION

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There’s barely an October night in which we don’t hit a five drink minimum. Continue reading

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Arts 

THE LOWER LEG FUNDRAISER @ THE LOWER DEPTHS

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Lend a healing hand on Sunday, May 19th at The Lower Depths, where Bukowski Boston has organized a fundraiser to raise money for their friend Karen Rand, who lost both her lower-left leg and her best friend Krystle Campbell to the Marathon bombings. Continue reading

Arts News 

LETS TALK BALLS

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Let’s talk balls is back! Not testicles, but sports! Sports in Boston, the city of champions, is what I’m talking about. Seven ‘ships over the past 13 years in every major sport ain’t too shabby. Don’t worry Revs, I haven’t forgotten about you. Continue reading