Tremont St.

Food and Drinks 

EATS: ESTELLE’S

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Estelle’s is slinging Southern food with a side of “Y’all come back now, y’hear.” Continue reading

Arts 

DEFEND YOURSELF!: SCOTT AUKERMAN

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Scott Aukerman’s brand of comedy is best described as deadpan, exploratory, and most importantly, hilarious. Continue reading

Arts 

CORIOLANUS @ BOSTON COMMON PARKMAN BANDSTAND

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If that sounds like an purposefully topical production for this post-Occupy election year…well, it is. Continue reading

Film 

COMPANY ONE PRESENTS: LOVE PERSON @ BCA PLAZA

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Company One’s never been the type of troupe to shy away from … what’s the phrase we’re looking for here … “provocative material?” Continue reading

LULZ 

DEFEND YOURSELF!: KEVIN MCDONALD & SCOTT THOMPSON

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We didn’t crush any heads, but we did chat with the Kids In The Hall members-turned-comedy-duo about their tour and upcoming show at the Wilbur. Continue reading

LULZ 

DEFEND YOURSELF!: BOBBY LEE

We talked with the former MadTV cast member and current stand-up comedian about parents, adamantium claws and his upcoming show at the Wilbur. Continue reading

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WHISTLER WEDNESDAYS @ THE FACTORY THEATRE

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Like a bully reading your diary out loud in homeroom, Whistler Wednesdays over the The Factory Theatre yoinks manuscripts right off the cluttered desks and plodding word processors of local playwrights and places them in the deep vocal-range of the players from acclaimed nano-troupe Whistler in the Dark. This week, Newburyport’s Ron Pullins offers us a look-see into a right and proper damnation with his freaky-deaky take on Hell, Woman.Bicycle. Not quite sure what direction he’s going with this one, but so far, Hell’s sounding a whole lot like Somerville. [WED.6.15.11. THE FACTORY THEATRE. 791 Tremont St., Boston. 617.817.6600 7:30pm/free, reserve tickets online. thefactorytheatre.org]