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  • On 06/05/17
    At 120 Presidential Way, Woburn, MA 01801, USA Categories: Business Tags: technology
    This 2-day HTML class gives students a hands-on experience to build and maintain a website. Our expert instructor will teach you basic HTML and CSS, the foundation behind every website, and guide you through the steps of publishing a website. There is a fee associated with this course, please register here: https://www.agitraining.com/html/classes/boston
  • From 06/17/17 8:24 pm until 12/16/17 10:24 pm
    At 40 Prospect St, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA Categories: Nightlife, Play/Show, This Weekend
    Late night comedy that is definitely not for kids. Hell, it might not even be for adults. ImprovBoston proudly presents all the filthy fun you can handle featuring the funniest improv, sketch and standup comedy around. Each week of the month features a different kind of comedy, all for those who like their laughs served up at the witching hour. With a full-hour of naughty mayhem and a bar that stays open late, sleep can wait. Finally, you get the last laugh.
  • From 08/10/17 6:06 pm until 08/10/17 8:06 pm
    The Fenway Alliance is a consortium of 21 national and internationally renowned cultural and academic institutions all located in the Fenway that define the best of arts, culture, education, and research in Boston and beyond. Opening Our Doors, our signature event, aims to bring together our members and community in a wonderfully diverse day of FREE cultural offerings for the entire family. Member institutions and partners host activities ranging from musical and dance performances to historic tours and lectures, special "behind-the-scenes" looks at Alliance institutions, walking tours of The Fenway, and much more! Highlights at the 16th Annual Opening Our Doors Festival will include: the Kick-off Ceremony, ARCK's large interactive dry erase mural, and performances by the Hyde Square Task Force and Boston Children's Choir at the Christian Science Plaza, "Painted to Play" pianos, food truck, and Julie Ann Otis' American Therapy Booth at Evans Way, a musical playground provided by the Boston Symphony Orchestra in the YMCA of Greater Boston's lobby, and various activities and student performances at Northeastern University's Krentzman Quadrangle. For a full schedule, check out our website: www.fenwayculture.org/programming/opening-our-doors
  • On 08/30/17
    At 450 Harrison Avenue No 43 Categories: Art Gallery
    Remembrance and the fragility of life are at the core of Kathleen Gerdon Archer's most recent photographic series, Fare Well: The Art of Ending. Through painterly photographs of constructed ice forms, Archer's work honors people that she has lost. Of the symbolism in her lyrical images she says, "We are all bits and pieces of the generations that came before us, condensed like the lines of minerals that we see in rocks left by glaciers on the New England shore." Archer's photographs capture the quiet melting of ice sculptures she has created. The constructions are intimate time capsules for the person she is memorializing. Personal items from the homes of lost family and friends are placed in a vessel and frozen, layer by layer, scoring lines in the ice that mirror stratum of the earth. The first layer is rock and the second plant matter. The third is seed from plants and birds and the fourth layer is thick with torn family photographs. Subsequent layers are personal memorabilia... jewelry, birth and death announcements, report cards and more. As they melt, Archer photographs the exposed contents. Rocks, seeds, intimate photos, letters and jewelry slowly tumble out of the once solid form. The images are the only documents of her process and preserve the cherished items as precious talismans.
  • From 09/23/17 7:00 pm until 09/23/17 10:00 pm
    Are you tired of partying on land? Are you looking for something to do with your friends now that school's back in session? Well look no further because we've got just the solution! Join us over the water for our Traffic Light Party, you're definitely not going to want to miss this one! It's your last chance to fit in those last minute summer activities & boat parties before the weather cools downs. So what are you waiting for? Grab your friends Grab your tickets Grab your green/yellow/red necklaces & get ready to party all through the Boston Harbor. Green Necklace: Single Yellow Necklace: Confused Red Necklace: Taken ****FREE COLORED NECKLACES ARE GIVEN TO THE FIRST 400 PEOPLE WHO PURCHASE CORRESPONDING TICKETS. NECKLACES INCLUDE FREE COMPLIMENTARY ADMISSION. *****
  • From 09/25/17 4:55 am until 12/02/17 6:55 am
    At 459 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02138 Categories: Specials
  • From 09/29/17 10:00 am until 01/07/18 4:00 pm
    At 20 Elm Street, Northampton, MA 01063, USA Categories: Museum, Art Gallery
    This is the first exhibition to fully reveal the formidable voice of this female artist. With equal part wit, seduction, and bite, her work presents a potent and often unsettling critique of the conventions of American culture.
  • From 10/19/17 9:00 am until 11/23/17 12:30 pm
    At 75 North Beacon Street, Brighton Ma Categories: Athletic Events Tags: charity, Health
    Runners from all over the Boston area will lace up their sneakers and gather at Ray Ciccolo’s Boston Volvo Village in Brighton on Thanksgiving Day for the 20th Annual 5K Road Race, benefitting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater New England Chapter, which supports nearly 21,000 New Englanders living with MS. The Boston Volvo Village 5K Road Race has become a fixture among Boston running events over the last two decades, attracting more than 1,000 runners each year—both serious and recreational. The race kicks off at Boston Volvo Village, then winds through the streets of Brighton and concludes where it began at the dealership. Registration is $25 online through 11:00am on Tuesday, November 21st, or $40 on-site at the event, and runners must register themselves on the day of the race from 7:30am-8:30am, with the race kicking off at 9:00am. There will be prizes awarded to the top finishers and the first 750 people to register will receive a free race T-shirt! For more information and to register, visit www.nationalmssociety.org/volvo5k.
  • From 10/29/17 3:05 pm until 11/22/17 5:05 pm
  • From 11/01/17 8:00 pm until 12/31/17 11:59 pm
    At 21 David G Mugar Way, Boston, MA 02114, USA Categories: Theater & Arts Tags: holiday
    Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced today the launch of the 14th Annual Mayor’s Holiday Special supported by the Highland Street Foundation, produced by ArtsBoston and created in partnership with the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau. Tickets are on sale now at www.MayorsHoliday.com and at the ArtsBoston Booths located at Copley Square and Faneuil Hall Marketplace. The Mayor’s Holiday Special is an annual event designed to shine a light on arts and cultural events that take place in Greater Boston during the holiday season. This two-month celebration of performing arts features thousands of great deals to over 500 mostly holiday performances, as well as dining experiences and an online calendar of free holiday events across the city. "The holiday season brings out the best of every neighborhood, and I am proud that through our partnership with ArtsBoston, we are able to ensure even more residents can have the opportunity to enjoy this year's holiday celebrations," said Mayor Walsh. "Boston's thriving performing arts scene provides some of the best memories for families. Together with ArtsBoston, we are making these performances more accessible to all, fostering the spirit of community as we celebrate our holiday traditions." From local arts groups to national touring shows, the 2017 Mayor’s Holiday Special offers something for everyone to enjoy. Looking for a traditional performance this year? Don’t miss the Boston Pops Holiday Pops or José Mateo Ballet Theatre’s production of The Nutcracker. Interested in a different type of Nutcracker this year? Check out Tony Williams’ production of Urban Nutcracker at John Hancock Hall. For those interested in a performance that’s a little less festive but still rings in the fun, the Mayor’s Holiday Special has you covered. Check out shows like Blue Man Group at the Charles Playhouse, Man of La Mancha, presented by New Repertory Theatre, or Bedlam’s Sense and Sensibility, presented by American Repertory Theater. “Boston is home to a vibrant arts and culture scene throughout the holiday season and it’s important to us that everyone is given the chance to experience these performances,” said Catherine Peterson, Executive Director at ArtsBoston. “The Mayor’s Holiday Special offers that opportunity, making it easy and affordable to create special lifelong memories with family and friends through the performing arts.” Family outings during the holiday season are made effortless by the variety of family friendly shows included in the Special. Kids create cherished lifelong memories with their parents seeing shows like Boston Children’s Theatre’s production of A Charlie Brown Christmas and The Velveteen Rabbit, the American Repertory Theater’s Charlotte’s Web, and Feld Entertainment’s Disney On Ice presents Dream Big. “Everyone should be able to enjoy the arts and cultural offerings that Boston is known for, especially this time of year,” said Blake Jordan, Executive Director of Highland Street Foundation. “The Highland Street Foundation is proud to partner in these efforts to bring new audiences from all of Boston’s neighborhoods to the performing arts.” Generating more than $54 million outside of ticket sales, through dinner, shopping, and parking, holiday season shows are a huge contributor to Boston’s local economy with more than 2.2 million people attending throughout the short season. “There is no place like Boston during the holiday season. For residents and visitors alike, Boston becomes a destination for family and friends to share joy and celebrate,” said Patrick Moscaritolo, President & CEO of the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau. “The Mayor’s Holiday Special helps to make this happen, offering an easy way to get tickets to a show, find a restaurant for a holiday meal and access information on free events across the city. It’s a valuable resource for everyone visiting Boston this holiday season.” Interested in avoiding traffic and parking in Boston this year? ArtsBoston is proud to announce a partnership with Lyft, the fastest growing on-demand transportation service in the United States. In 2017, Lyft will be the exclusive Rideshare Partner for the Mayor’s Holiday Special, offering new Lyft riders $10 off each of their first two rides from November 1 to December 31, 2017 with promo code MHS17. The Mayor’s Holiday Special is presented by Highland Street Foundation and supported by the Mayor’s Office of Tourism, Sports and Entertainment. This program is also supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Media partners include The Boston Globe, Boston.com, Boston Central, Magic 106.7 FM, WCVB-TV, WBUR. About ArtsBoston Founded in 1975, ArtsBoston is a nonprofit arts service organization dedicated to supporting and growing the arts and culture sector of Greater Boston. ArtsBoston supports the work of over 175-member organizations by providing vital research and audience development programs to encourage participation and stimulate demand for arts and culture by reaching over 1 million art participants, annually. ArtsBoston is a two-time recipient (2001 and 2015) of the Massachusetts Cultural Council Commonwealth Award – the state’s highest honor for the arts. www.ArtsBoston.org About the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau The Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau (GBCVB) is the primary private sector marketing and visitor service organization charged with the development of meetings, conventions and tourism-related business. Its goal is to enhance the economy of Boston, Cambridge and the metropolitan area. The GBCVB is a not-for-profit, membership-driven sales and marketing business comprised of over 1,200 companies across New England that depend upon the visitor and convention industries for their own success and growth. www.BostonUSA.com About the Highland Street Foundation Since 1989, the Highland Street Foundation has worked to enrich the lives of children and families in Massachusetts by donating more than $185million to worthy nonprofit organizations. From its support of the TADpole playground in Boston Common, to providing tickets to local sporting events to local nonprofits, to building capacity and providing technical assistance to hundreds of nonprofit organizations, the foundation is dedicated to expanding opportunities for families in Massachusetts and beyond. www.HighlandStreet.org
  • From 11/02/17 11:00 am until 11/30/17 12:00 am
    At 270 3rd Street Cambridge, MA 02142 Categories: Specials, Restaurants, Happy Hour, Wine - Beer - Dinner
    Kendall Square’s newly opened Sumiao Hunan Kitchen is continuing its tradition of bringing imbibers a new monthly cocktail special available all month for only $7. During the month of November, the SHK bar team will be shaking up a spiked hot tea concoction that keeps you warm and comforted during the change of seasons while keeping your wallet happy. The foundation of SHK’s Hot Toddy is a warm lemon-honey black tea that is enriched by the depth of whiskey, a spirit that captures the earthy essence of autumn in New England. A housemade lavender-clove reduction is folded in and the cocktail is finished with a sweet dose of Disaronno Amaretto and garnished with a lemon twist. ‘Tis the season for hot cocktails and warm hearts. Available during normal operating hours throughout the month of November
  • From 11/02/17 3:05 pm until 11/26/17 5:05 pm
  • From 11/03/17 3:05 pm until 11/27/17 5:05 pm
  • From 11/04/17 3:05 pm until 11/28/17 5:05 pm
  • From 11/05/17 3:05 pm until 11/29/17 5:05 pm
  • From 11/09/17 3:05 pm until 12/03/17 5:05 pm
  • From 11/10/17 3:05 pm until 12/04/17 5:05 pm
  • From 11/11/17 3:05 pm until 12/05/17 5:05 pm
  • From 11/12/17 3:05 pm until 12/06/17 5:05 pm
  • From 11/16/17 3:05 pm until 12/10/17 5:05 pm
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