Cambridge residents breathed a collective sigh of relief in July, when the US Olympic Committee announced that it would no longer pursue an Olympic bid in Boston. That decision was largely due to the grassroots efforts of passionate local organizers in groups including No Boston Olympics, who canvassed, held meetings and rallied supporters online, encouraging residents throughout the […]
Teary goodbyes, an outdoor jazz festival and an author who spent a year living without processed foods—our Scout Picks are all over the place this weekend.
Saint Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, but why wait until the 17th to celebrate? We’ve scrounged around to gather a full week of St. Patty’s events. Whether you’re looking to imbibe copious amounts of Guinness, chow down on some corned beef and hash or just enjoy the day with your family, we’ve got you […]
We’re more than a week into Women’s History Month, and already there have been a host of events celebrating women around the city. But you’ll have to wait a few more weeks for the one we’re most excited for: the WAM! Boston Film Festival, which returns to the Brattle Theatre on March 21. As always, the festival […]
Most of us are quite happily submerged in a sea of all things vaguely Irish during March, but if you find yourself needing to come up for air, Taste of Iceland is bringing some mid-month relief. The five-day cultural event will take place around Boston and Cambridge from March 12-16 and will serve to make us all […]
Ahh … Love is in the air this weekend as people around the world celebrate Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re planning on spending the holiday with the one you’re head-over-heels for, celebrating Single Awareness Day or just enjoying a nice Saturday with your family, we have the best events around town to celebrate the day in […]
New Year’s Eve is like prom: You get really excited about it, you probably dress up, and before you know it, it’s over. Unlike prom, though, you actually get a chance to do it over. Here are three ways to get it right:
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Haven’t gotten your tickets to SHAG yet? Worried you’re going to miss an amazing evening of music, dance, and sh(w)ag? Starting today, you can snag seat in the upper balcony for $15, and the lower balcony seating is a steal at $20, with an additional $5 off the Cuisine En Locale VIP after-party. This offer […]
See that nifty banner over there? It speaks the truth: tickets to the first-ever Scout’s Honored Awards Gala (SHAG) are officially on the market. Held at the absolutely gorgeous, fresh off its centennial Somerville Theater on the evening of September 18th, it will feature performances by Boston Comedy Festival winner Dan Boulger, the eye-popping aerials […]
Be sure to make your way to the Charles River Esplanade to watch the fireworks and take part in the festivities this Independence Day! At 8:30 p.m. the concert featuring The Beach Boys, Megan Hilty, Phantom of the Opera performers, Boston’s Children’s Chorus and of course the Boston Pops will begin, followed by fireworks at […]
The 2014 World Cup is officially underway – something that you’d probably pick up on if you were at the Phoenix Landing right now. They’ll be broadcasting every game live for the next two weeks, so get ready for a lot of late lunches and unproductive afternoons. Check the schedule here, and twitter types should […]