Best of Boston

Best Classes, Dance

1981 Best Classes, Bartening

New England Bartenders School

Boston
Director Jack McKim has been doing extremely well since Proposition 2 1/2. Where else, he asks, can a laid-off teacher learn a new trade for [...] read more»
1981 Best Classes, Tennis

Longfellow Tennis Club, Longfellow Center

Wayland
Pro Laury Hammel has a terrific staff, for both juniors and adults. read more»
1981 Best Classes, Boating

Boston Sailing Center

Boston
Five-day lesson plans with a fleet of 27-foot boats. Large enough to get a sense of sophisticated sailing, small enough for a novice to handle. read more»
1980 Best Classes, Boating

Boston Sailing Center

Boston
Small fleet, but select (all more than twenty feet, including a twenty-seven-foot catamaran). Expensive compared with community boating, but director Dave Franzel is considered one [...] read more»
1979 Best Classes, Ballet

Karen Williamson’s Class at the Institute for Contemporary Dance

Cambridge
Williamson has performed with the Chicago Opera Ballet, the Joffrey Ballet, and the American Ballet Theater. Her teaching technique reflects her experience. read more»
1979 Best Classes, Modern Dance

Ina Hahn’s

She's performed with all the greats: José Limon, Doris Humphrey, Charles Weidman, and Martha Graham. read more»
1979 Best Classes, Disco

Sandy Goetz’s

Cambridge
She's also the director of the Joy of Movement's Disco Dance Company. read more»
1979 Best Classes, Dance for Non-Dancers

Shelley’s Studio

Boston
The first class is free, all ages are welcome, and you can stretch without embarrassment. read more»
1978 Best Classes, Way to Learn Disco Dancing

At the Joy of Movement Center

Cambridge
Plenty of different strokes for different folks: all levels of skill, various schedules, and no white suits. read more»
1978 Best Classes, Indoor Tennis Lessons

Tennis-Now

Watertown
Learn basic tennis skills from professionals who are charitable to klutzes. Individual attention, up-to-date equipment, and a price that's right. read more»