Neko Case @ Royale
Neko last hit town for two shows in early summer as support for Ray LaMontagne, but now the New England-transplant has scheduled her own proper headlining tour, and will get a bit more room ...
“Water is always going to be important to people ... As our landscapes change over time, our systems have to change to adapt.”
Tips for spending the holiday in Boston if you’re steering clear of the dinner table
Why, they ask, would we remind Greater Bostonians about the hell that awaits?
Want to scream and laugh at the same time? We got you covered.
The three-day celebration will shine spotlights on culture from the Boston area and beyond, plus pack plenty of panels and signings with book makers galore.
“Dress sporty,” my buddy recommended. He’s familiar with the gauntlet, having ventured there to shoot it out with coworkers a few weeks earlier.
I was relieved and entertained to learn last year that my sympathies lie with a much larger assembly, namely the alleged “Dirtbag Left,” a loosely applied label for fans of the Chapo Trap House podcast and anyone else who genuinely loathes the work of Aaron Sorkin but lets people live at parties when they say they dig his shows because we’re more human than not.
"Tomato Fest is one of our favorite events because we are able to highlight the 20 different varieties of tomatoes we grow every year. The festival allows for our shoppers to sample an assortment of our fantastic heirlooms and taste the subtle differences between each of them."
The early ’70s saw the explosion of many fertile minds via the poorly-named ‘Krautrock’ movement (Kosmiche Musik is a more acceptable substitute) and while Can, Kraftwerk, Harmonia and Neu! grabbed a lot of the attention, the more temperamental and experimental Faust ... read more