“I’m far more interested in the little picture than I am in the big picture.” Continue reading
Peruse till your peruser can’t peruse anymore. Continue reading
The mighty SoWa reopens! Shopping can be about as appealing as a trip to the dentist: torturous, prolonged and never actually necessary. Fortunately, the local artisans of SoWa have put the excitement back into supply and demand, serving as shining examples of how to make a hobby into a profession. Continue reading
Last month, the Boston City Council passed an ordinance making it easier than ever for budding Hub entrepreneurs to get food truck permits. Which means that in the near future, there might be a taco truck parked right outside your house. Hell, you might even have parked it there. Continue reading
SoWA Artists Guild, the nonprofit professional artist collective in the South End’s SoWA art district (“South of Washington”), is the anchor of the neighborhood’s “First Fridays.” Monthly, area galleries and studios open to the public to celebrate new visual art of all types. The Guild includes over 50 studios, which will be open for visitors can to experience the work in the artists’ own element. Here are four artists not to be missed.
Grab your wallets. The fourth annual Ladies Only! exhibition and sale at Pinkcomma Gallery in the South End is tonight (6-11pm). It’s bigger and better than ever, and featuring new and original work by over twenty female designers (many of them members of the Boston Design Salon) with works in a variety of sizes and mediums. Continue reading
This Saturday, catch an all-star showc–oh fuck holiday shopping! Holy shit, we totally forgot. Goddammit! How did we screw this up so badly? Why did we blow our last 30 bucks on Belgian beer? They’re not even in season! Man, we’re totally getting disowned this year. Just when one of them wealthy in-laws was going to keel over, too. Alright. Calm the fuck down. Focus. You got, like, a week. You can do this. SoWa’s Holiday Market. Everything’s local, nobody can accuse you of half-assing it, and it’s not too bad on the bank. Crisis averted. Back to our Duvel. [74 Union Park St., Boston. 10am-6pm/all ages/$5, children under 12 free. sowaholidaymarket.com]