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.
A Company Christmas at Pops isn’t like the awkward experience of your company holiday party. This annual fundraiser hopes to bring in $1 million for the Boston Pops and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. We’ll be on our best behavior, but we’ll let you know if we see any shenanigans tomorrow.
When we think of buying the perfect pair of jeans, we’re usually worried about how our butt looks. But Slate writer Rachel Louise Snyder’s book Fugitive Denim has us worried about the ethics and practices of our favorite brands. Figure out how to accommodate your assets and your morals as she reads from her book at Brookline Booksmith tonight.
Our very own Blythe Copeland is getting married next week, so we assume she has a dress. If you’re planning a walk down the aisle, be sure to stop at the Priscilla Clearance Event to get one of their gorgeous designer dresses for a great price.
If Napoleon Bonaparte were alive today, would he drive a Hummer? Ponder this questions as you peruse the emperor’s collection of lavish clothing and jewelry at the MFA’s Symbols of Power.
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