The Last Word

Your long day of corporate drudgery is over. Get out and enjoy the city! Here are a few ideas to get you started, lovingly picked by Boston Daily.

Before there was Hannah Montana, there was Hilary Duff. The former Disney Channel star has avoided the drunken tribulations of her cohorts (take note, Ms. Cyrus), and is touring to support her album Dignity. Duff plays the Bank of America Pavilion tonight.

Tonight begins Jim Morris and the Presidential Follies of 2008 at Jimmy Tingle’s Off-Broadway Theater. Morris has been hailed as the country’s leading political impressionist. You can see why here.

Yesterday marked the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s decimation of the Gulf Coast. Hurricane on the Bayou documents the astounding rate at which the Louisiana deltas are eroding, and how that may spell further disaster for the area.

Very few art exhibits require a boat ride to see. Thankfully, the ICA is changing this trend. The Art on the Harbor Islands Cruise takes visitors to the islands of Lovells, Georges, and Spectacle, then back to the World Trade Center dock.