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 ...
“While we can’t be with them in person right now, we felt the want and need to give back to them in the way they do for us. Being able to take requests of everyone’s favorite songs and talking with our fans and friends has made it feel more like a show experience.”
“There’s no playbook for how we deal with this as entertainers ... All I can do is try to continue to entertain in whatever way that I possibly can."
DigBoston will announce some of our own virtual events shortly. In the meantime, we encourage artists to use our online calendar to spread the word about their studio and living room livecasts.
If this week’s snowpocalypse spotlights one thing in particular, it’s the long-standing and well-known horror show befalling any poor Boston sot with a car, and nary a place to park it when push comes to shove.
A Winter Sports meant to give you the skinny on where to go and why, and which gear, tech, deals, and parties to focus on from now until the sun returns and we can start wearing shorts in warm weather, instead of in the snow.
A notification that was sent out tonight by manager Nate Brown details the decision to make the shift, shut down at the end of December for some renovations, and what that means in the coming months.