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.
Sometimes we have dreams in which Mike Wankum and Randy Price cook us a first-class meal. Finally, we can live the dream at Men of Boston Cook for Women’s Health, a fundraiser for women’s health programs.
Despite their bad reputation, college students are not all classless rubes. Meet Boston’s art-loving student body at the Museum of Fine Arts’ College Night. You can also hear music from Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore and be the first to experience “Walk This Way,” an exhibit of shoes spread throughout the museum.
Diptych is an off-Broadway play that’s making its debut on Broadway (the Broadway in Somerville, naturally). The play by two ImprovBoston members is described as, “two intertwining stories: one of righteous anger, hilariously swallowed, the other of appalling laziness, unexpectedly thwarted.” No spoiler alerts here.
Get yourself some funky pieces that will make you the envy of college students around Boston. Jasmine Sola has early fall basics on sale starting today for 40 percent off.
For those not on a budget, Saks Fifth Avenue in the Pru hosts the Want It! Cocktail Party and Fashion Show. Sip cocktails and see the fall’s must-haves sashay down the runway, and know your spending spree has helped the Gillette Center for Women’s Cancer at Dana-Farber.
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