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.
NESN is back to producing vaguely sports-related programming to air during Sox rain delays. The network’s new show, Comedy All-Stars, is hosted by Last Comic Standing’s Gary Gulman and features a spate of national and local comedians performing sports-centric standup. Catch the endless jokes about Roger Clemens’ ass in person at tonight’s taping.
If the Celtics’ weekend performance wasn’t enough to make us cranky, sitting through the ultra-annoying “Hey There Delilah” during halftime at tonight’s game should keep us good and mean for the rest of the week. The Plain White T’s play the Garden tonight.
Former Secretary of State Madeline Albright has some ideas for whoever will be president next year. See if you can get some juicy goss about Hillary Clinton as Albright speaks at the First Parish Church in Harvard Square.
Only a week ago we forgot it was still winter and started pulling out our spring clothes. We won’t be making that mistake again. Treat yourself to some discounted winter styles at Matsu.
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