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. (Yeah, we know it’s early, but we’re heading out for some company-ordered mandatory fun.)
Romeo and Juliet aren’t the only troubled lovers in literature. Local celebrities gather at Bloomsday Boston 2008 for a celebration of James Joyce’s Ulysses, and will talk about their own love affairs that broke boundaries. Sexy.
Brides-to-be don’t have to leave the city to catch a peek at the latest designer wedding dresses. The Traveling Trunk Show stops at Priscilla of Boston to show the looks that debuted at New York’s Bridal Fashion Week.
When we were kids, we ate so many strawberries that our mother warned we’d develop hives. We never accomplished that feat in our youth, but we can try again at the Strawberry Dessert Festival. Fifteen local restaurants will donate proceeds from their strawberry desserts to the Mass Farmers Markets.
After you have your fill of strawberry sweets, continue to support the your local farmer by picking up this week’s produce at the Central Square Farmer’s Market.