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Boston Arts Events Roundup for 3/1/12

As Bostonians, the memory of 2011’s brutal winter is still fresh in our minds. We’ve been crossing our fingers and thanking our lucky stars that this winter’s s-n-o-w has been scarce. (See, we’re too afraid to even say “the s word” out loud for fear of calling it to us!)… Continue Reading

And the Award Goes to….. How to Celebrate the Oscar Awards in Boston

Awards-show season is in full swing, with its glitterati grandeur of red-carpet strutting, jewelry renting, and designer name dropping. This Sunday marks the 84th Annual Academy Awards, and while it would be fabulous to get dressed to the nines and rub shoulders with “the beautiful people” hoisting those 8.5 pound… Continue Reading

 

Boston Holiday Market Roundup

We know you’re still polishing off those turkey-and-stuffing sandwiches from the leftovers of your 32lb bird last weekend. And we all need some ideas to stop ourselves from falling into that tryptophan-induced nap again. Paralyzed by fear of ridiculous pushy crowds on Black Friday to kick off the spending  festive… Continue Reading

Eat Your Heart Out Boston

Give back to the community while eating and listening to music at Eat Your Heart Out Boston! This event brings together a group of food and music loving artists whose mission it is, “to support local, independent musicians, up-and-coming kitchen talent, and the growing number of small, philanthropic organizations based in Boston.”… Continue Reading

 

Remaining Dominant

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQzMzj_PmBk&feature=related] After watching the first pre-season game for the New England Patriots this year on Thursday, it was a dominating performance for them. The Patriots were able to beat out the Jacksonville Jaguars with a 47-12 rout. For just the backup to perform that great was amazing to see, but… Continue Reading

Road to Perfection… Part 2?

With all the movement that has been going on in the NFL, the New England Patriots have been making some of the biggest moves and are improving all aspects of their game. Eitan Katz (Analyst) of the Bleacher Report stated that New England Patriots are the best team in the NFL…. Continue Reading

 

Time For Celebration?

Is it time to bring out the tailgating gear? Are we going to be able to find that sweet spot on the couch of the living room or bar in front of that massive TV? Are we getting prepared for our rituals every Sunday for our favorite team to win?… Continue Reading

Brews and Bruins

It’s not often I will choose beer over wine but after this week, I may have found a reason too! It could have been the combination of our first few sticky days along with the adrenaline of watching the Boston Bruins take on the Vancouver Canucks, but for once, I… Continue Reading

 

Weekly Boston Activities with Sean Howe

Thanks for taking the time to stay interested in The Westin Copley Place, the place to stay connected in Boston’s Back Bay. I’m Sean Howe, Director of Guest Services and on behalf of The Westin, welcome you to my new weekly contribution which will highlight some of the great activities,… Continue Reading

Summer Runs on the Charles River

Are you trying to qualify for a race, get in shape, or soak in the gorgeous summer weather?  Enjoy the scenic 3 and 5-mile routes from the Westin Copley Place around the Charles River.  Try this beautiful, historic trail leaving from the Westin Copley traveling over the Harvard Bridge out… Continue Reading