TWC is hosting what looks to be an annual take over of the Oberon’s Donkey Show on Saturday, September 27 at 10:30 pm. Have you never been before or are you looking to do something different to do? This might be the perfect option. TWC has scored some deeply discounted tickets so it is only $19 for you to attend this glitter-induced Shakespearean inspired disco dance party.
Only $19 with the TWC code
To learn more about the show and how to score those cheap tickets link here: TWC does the Donkey Show.
Last year Sergio and I attended this and had a blast.
Kelly Starret is one of the best known physical therapists in the world. He has worked a consultant with everyone from NFL and rugby teams to jet pilots to teach them proper sitting mechanics. He is the go to guy for anything related to movement.
His book Becoming a Supple Leopard focuses on proper movement technique for the deadlift, front squat, pull up, kettlebell swing and other fitness activities in a digestible, easy to understand format.
The other focus of the book is on mobility and techniques that you can use in your everyday life to help counteract the ill effects of sitting at a desk all day. I would recommend this book for anyone who is dedicated to their health and fitness as a means of optimizing their workouts and avoiding injury.
Kyle is a nationally certified personal trainer, certified nutritionist, and lifestyle motivator out of Los Angeles, CA. He has been training for 5 years and has experience working with top-tier celebrity and executive clientele. When he’s not in the gym, Kyle is reading philosophy or writing poetry.
Win a pair of tickets to see singer-songwriter Paloma Faith in Cambridge, MA on Monday, Sept. 29th, downstairs at the Middle East, and a copy of her new album A PERFECT CONTRADICTION, featuring her hit single “Only Love Can Hurt Like This.”
If you’d like to win the two free tickets to see Palomo Faith in Cambridge on Monday, September 29th Tweet @BosGuy and @PalomaFaith the following on Twitter.
Hey @BosGuy I want those two FREE tickets to see the @PalomaFaith show on Monday, 9/29.
Every Tweet sent between today and Wednesday, Sept. 24 at 5:00 PM will enter you in a drawing to win the free tickets and album. The more you Tweet – the better chance you have of winning.
When I started my first blog, I focused on personal events like vacations and time with family. That has changed but this weekend is the 20th anniversary of my grandfather’s death, and I couldn’t help but reflect. Without getting melancholic, I wanted to point out that while I don’t think of my grandparents every day, they really are never far from my thoughts.
Grandpa Len and Cape Cod Nana
My father’s parents lived in Cape Cod when I was a kid and to differentiate my paternal and maternal grandmothers we called my Dad’s Mom, “Cape Cod Nana”. I don’t get any bonus points for creativity, but I’m glad it stuck because whenever Cape Cod is mentioned, she always comes to mind. Likewise, although “Grandpa Len” was retired when I was alive, his long career at Jordan Marsh – a Boston-based department – makes me think of him whenever I pass through Downtown Crossing or visit the South End coffee shop, Wholy Grain, which sells Jordan Marsh blueberry muffins.
Nana and Papa
My mother’s parents outlived my paternal grandparents so I have more memories of them. Nana and Papa played host to more sleepovers than I can hope to count. Backyard barbeques, holidays, family celebrations and more meals than one could ever imagine were had at the family house in Winchester and dominate my childhood memories.
The best gift my grandparents ever gave me (aside from my parents) is the memories I have of my time with them. I’m not one to fixate on loss and I prefer to think about all I’ve gained from having them in my life. They have certainly enriched it – even twenty years later.
The Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival – Boston’s biggest block party – takes place in the South End Saturday, September 27, from 12 – 6 on Columbus Avenue between Massachusetts Avenue and Burke Street.
The outdoor performances are open to the public and free of charge. This is one of my favorite neighborhood events because the music is always great and the crowd is very friendly.
Prince fans from the 1980s might be happy to know that one of his proteges, Sheila E, is among the many performers playing on the Natixis Stage. You can catch her set at 5PM.
Never been? Mark it in your calendar and check it out. The price is right and the entertainment is great.