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.
In our younger years, alcohol came in three flavors: Cheap beer, cheap wine, and cheap liquor. Now that we’re legally able to buy alcohol, we want to appreciate our drinks. Improve Your Wine Tasting Skills is a one-night class that teaches wine neophytes the vocabulary and skills to intelligently discuss their booze.
A week of activities celebrating the 30th anniversary John Coltrane Memorial Concert continues tonight with a free concert featuring Your Neighborhood Saxophone Quartet, and others.
It really feels like fall today, and despite the fact you haven’t worn them in months, you probably hate all your old autumn clothes and accessories. Get some inspiration for your new purchases at Neiman Marcus at Copley Place, which displays Prada’s 2007 ladies shoe collection at its Prada Trunk Show.
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s artist in resident, Stefano Arienti, collaborated with the curator of contemporary art to present “The Asian Shore,” a collection of Arienti’s works inspired by his exploration of the museum’s Asian collection.
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