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.

We had fond memories of Lenny Kravitz from his “Are You Gonna Go My Way?” days. But once he did that Gap ad with Sarah Jessica Parker and the completely maddening song “Lady,” we forgot the good times. See if Kravitz can create new happy memories at the Orpheum tonight.

Wait. Other countries don’t like the war in Iraq either? Who knew? Hear all about it as Noam Chomsky speaks about the impact the war has had around the world to benefit Bikes Not Bombs.

We hate it when a nice young man we’ve sheltered in our barn could possibly be a felon. Whistle Down the Wind starts it run at the Wang Theater tonight.

Barleywine is a beer that was developed in England during the 18th century when noblemen had to sacrifice wine while the country was at war with France. You don’t have to be a Francophobe to enjoy the Barleywine Festival at the Cambridge Brewing Company, which features eight varieties of barleywine and a tapas menu.