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.
Shapeless hemp sacks aren’t the only option for earth lovers. Green fashionistas can pick up eco-friendly wares at Eco-Style on Lincoln. Boston magazine style editor Alyssa Giacobbe will be there to talk about the designs, and everybody can enjoy the informal fashion show and the green goodie bag.
North End favorite Villa Francesca celebrates its 30th anniversary by stepping out of the kitchen. Chef Guglielmo Ranauro will prepare your meal at your table, and the price includes wine pairings.
It’s not a campy drag show, and he’s not just a cover artist. Paved Paradise: The Songs of Joni Mitchell features award-winning actor John Kelly impersonating the folk star and singing her songs.
Local journalist Liz Walker produced A Glory from the God, a documentary about Boston minister and pediatrician Gloria White-Hammond’s struggles to help families in Darfur. Proceeds from tonight’s cocktail reception at the Boston Public Library will benefit My Sister’s Keeper, a humanitarian organization co-founded by White-Hammond.