It’s hard to think of a cooler activity to do remotely than watching some of the country’s best dancers battle it out from their home turfs
End of summer events—in person and online too
We’re not exactly sure where this is going down yet, but it appears to have been a smash in other cities ...
As the fourth cohort of Neighborhood Salon Luminaries settles in, and the previous three continue to inform, claims Vedro, “not only the community engagement programs, but now, more and more, other types of programming, and collaborations throughout the museum.”
Read on to ensure that visions of Kris Kringle Coladas and Manischewitz cobblers dance in your head.
We are doing two issues of DigBoston—What’s Wrong With Boston (#WWWB), and What’s Right With Boston (#WRWB)—that will ride the holiday slide into 2020. It’s a big deal that we’re hurtling into another decade, and so we wanted to do something different from the regular look-back and look-ahead spreads.
Electric Wizard @ The Palladium
Steeped in bong resin and occultism, Electric Wizard let you know exactly where they are coming from and what you are in for. Jus Oborn has been plying his stock for decades now, using the well-worn Sabbath playbook but adding in an unwavering focus on the darker side of things. ...
"There’s something about screaming and cheering on badass ladies while knowing that you’re raising money for a good cause that really helps lift the spirits out of the daily pits of doom we get sucked into."
“By most accounts, we’ve used more energy and resources during the last thirty-five years than in all of human history.”