In her upcoming series of plays, dubbed the Displaced Hindu Gods Trilogy, playwright Aditi Brennan Kapil—who is half-Indian, half-Bulgarian, and grew up in Sweden before ultimately settling in the US—explores a phenomenon she calls “re-mythologizing.”
There are a handful of sounds that exist in the universe that only bartenders understand. Our ears are trained to pick these things up from just a few feet off to entire rooms away. Say, the tap-slap of a credit card being placed down after a meal, or the clunk-splash of a 16oz glass being knocked over and spilling. And, of course, the unmistakable sploosh-splat of vomit.
I’m not talking about Ferguson, Missouri. I’m talking about Keene, New Hampshire.
Chew-Lab sports a large illuminated carrot on its façade, leaving passerbys curious about the space. It's an homage to their ability to see food as food, and not just a commodity.
Along with his years of experience presiding over ever-changing, handpicked drafts, dispensing domestic all-stars and local standouts, Lanigan’s enthusiasm for sharing high-quality liquid is exactly what's needed to enact change in the local beer scene.
Cold War Kids take Nick Cave's song and do their best getting a smile out of his grim number.
Mom and Pop-Up ends Saturday. You've probably been hearing about it. Here's the deal.
Be it Davis Square in Somerville, the wild shoddy badlands of Allston, and even the nooks found around Fenway Park, what you're about to read is a story involving intoxicated buffoonery all conducted at your favorite (or not-so-favorite) local haunts, be it drinking in public outdoors (but just for a photo), allusions to shooting pornography, and even men in ruffled shirts becoming threatened by small children drinking out of coconut shells in close proximity to them.
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Infographic by Tak Toyoshima, Concept by Chris Faraone, Analytics by Pandemic Labs
Additional research by Jenna Tramonti, Christine Young, and Rachael Blanchard
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