“A mission to raise awareness and fund critical NF research while running in our undies”
“I’ve been in manufacturing my whole life and I’ve always wanted to have a little factory.”
The nonprofit will use homemade soup and art to support social change.
That special day is once again approaching, so it seems like a good time to identify more restaurants and bars that are particularly good date-night places.
“The restaurant industry, the coffee industry, hospitality in general is inherently, I think, a social industry. People go to cafes to meet other people, to talk and connect, and I said that’s perfect.”
Local disco funk artist Camino 84 is serving up handmade Valentine’s Day mixtapes to help set the mood this holiday.
This year, a group of Boston hospitality industry pros are turning mid-February into a series of events in the name of V-Day, a global activist movement fighting to end violence against women and girls.
With innumerable new establishments and favorite old haunts as well dotting the landscape, it helps to have a expert connect the dots on Greater Boston’s ever-growing food map. Lizzie Bell and Sam Schlussel of Off The Beaten Path food tours are up for the job, as the couple has been mining and exploring the food scene around here for more than a decade.
At this particular Dyke Night, there is yet another reason to ride the Orange Line to Stony Brook on Saturday—for the history. Two decades worth. We asked Porter about the impressive milestone, and about this weekend’s Traffic Light festivity.