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.

A group is commemorating the Boston Massacre, and we’re shocked to find out it’s not the Ron Paul campaign. Students from Boston Latin High School will recite speeches by Revolutionary figures to celebrate the 238th anniversary of the event.

Someday, your grandkids are going to want to know all about the boondoggle that was the Big Dig, so you’d better make sure you have your facts straight. Globe reporter Sean Murphy talks about the project at The Rise and Fall of the Big Dig.

Now that all the kids are dressing like it’s 1987, the disco theme party has fallen by the wayside, which is a damn shame. Get on your bell bottoms and shake your groove thing at Kitchen Cabinet at Whiskey Park. Not only can you bring your obsession with the Bee Gees public, but you’ll also be helping the Greater Boston Food Bank.

Sadly, the biggest Australian influence on current American pop music is probably American Idol contestant Michael Johns. If that makes you sad, head to the Paradise to check out Aussie pop princess Sia.