It seems like a good time to look at a sequel list, with this one focusing more on areas that are fairly close to Boston while also being obscure spots.
We’re not exactly sure where this is going down yet, but it appears to have been a smash in other cities ...
"These programs are about learning how to be reliable and creating more opportunities."
"A virtual event allows those who would have been unable to join us for the full PMC weekend to participate."
If you’ve only driven over bridges, you’re missing out.
"A lot of improvements are going to have to wait until 2021 or further."
Phase 3 will not only be longer than three weeks, but possibly a lot longer than three weeks, possibly extending into 2021, leaving those in Phase 4 in deep trouble for live music clubs.
“I’ve been seeing a lot of people I know hanging out with friends, and even sharing food, and it doesn’t seem the wisest to me. I think that the main things people need to understand [is that] this virus is still around, to be careful, and to really get creative with what you do.”
"We're not ready. Our lives are worth more than your got damn profits!"
With their tasting rooms closed and the state refusing to allow restaurants and bars to offer cocktails for takeout and delivery, Massachusetts distilleries are struggling to support staff and connect with customers. But a few local makers have found innovative—and safe—ways to furnish locals with drinks and behind-the-bar education.