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.
If you leave now, you might be able to get to New York in time for an Autumn Dinner with Mary Dumont. Harvest’s executive chef will create dishes that show off New England’s best ingredients for the foodies at the James Beard House.
Help future generations appreciate the music of the Terezin concentration camp at the Terezin Chamber Music Foundation Gala. After the buffet and wine, there will be a piano performance by Simone Dinnerstein, along with an improvisational performance by Jim Schantz and the Hawthorne String Quartet.
Did you forget to pick up your copy of Mogwai’s latest album, The Hawk Is Howling? Buy it at the Scottish band’s show at the Wilbur Theater.
If the Yankees lose or the Red Sox beat the Cleveland Indians at Fenway, the Sox are going to the playoffs. Make sure to set the TiVo to record any post-clinch hijinks for posterity.