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.

1210782269Our idea of heaven is a long line of Justin Long lookalikes giddy with excitement only new technology can bring them. The Apple Store on Boylston Street opens to the public tonight at 6 p.m.

With the mortgage crisis still in full swing, this is the closest we’ll probably get to owning a home on Beacon Hill for quite some time. The Hidden Gardens of Beacon Hill Tour allows us common-folk to tour 16 of the tony neighborhood’s best gardens.

There’s already a pretty substantial line at the Barnes and Noble in the Prudential Center for Mike Lowell’s book signing. If you want to meet the Red Sox third baseman and buy a copy of his book Deep Drive, you’d better hurry over.

If the New Kids on the Block reunion tour didn’t make us feel old, the fact that bars are holding 90’s throwback nights certainly does. At least we’ll have the buxom Topanga (aka Danielle Fishel) to comfort us as we dance to “Wannabe” at McFadden’s tonight.

Our mothers aren’t the only exceptional women we’re celebrating this week. Tomorrow afternoon’s Magic 106.7’s Exceptional Women Awards honor Mamas and the Papas singer Michelle Phillips, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley, and many other great ladies.