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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

5 Tips On How To Stay Healthy Throughout The Holidays

By mid-December many people are taking time to enjoy the holiday season which typically means an increase in holiday parties with friends and families.  According to Health Central, most people will tack on between 4 – 8 pounds of fat during December.  This amount is more than any other month… Continue Reading

 

Something to be Thankful for: Turner’s Thanksgiving Buffet

It’s almost here: that holiday when we gather around a table, share a grandiose meal and express our gratitude. Except Thanksgiving rarely turns out that way. The stress of preparing such an anticipated, extravagant meal can lead to kitchen squabbles, cooking disasters and all-around discord. This year, leave it up… Continue Reading

Halloween Road Races

With the holidays quickly approaching, beginning with Halloween just a week away, you will find themed road races becoming increasingly popular.  I have included below 5 Halloween running races in the surrounding areas – and most are awarding runners for the top Halloween Costumes.  Get creative, find a group of friends, and… Continue Reading

 

6 Tips For Moving Back To School

Even though we’re still very much in full swing summer mode… it’s important to remember that the fall is just around the corner.  Before we know it, we’ll be picking apples, making pies, and going to football games.  For some of you… you’ll also be visiting colleges with your aspiring… Continue Reading

Cape Cod Vacation: The Way Life Should Be

While I do enjoy fitness and training for triathlons in this gorgeous weather, my ultimate favorite summer activity is relaxing on the beach. Last weekend, I was able to take a break from the city and head down to Cape Cod. Living on the beach in New Jersey, I had never… Continue Reading

 

Summer Days at Waldon Pond

Looking to cool off on a hot summer day like today?  A popular summer swimming destination, only 25 miles north of Boston, is Walden Pond, located in Concord, Massachusetts.  Walden Trails has a lot to offer, being one of the most historical State Reservations in Massachusetts and offering a variety… Continue Reading

The Secret Garden at The Wheelock Family Theatre

The Secret Garden, a timeless classic, is playing at the Wheelock Family Theatre from January 28th – February 27th! Engage your children in a live production of this treasured story that unravels with musical brilliance. The theatre is located at 180 The Riverway, in the heart of the Fenway neighborhood…. Continue Reading

 

PSY: A mind-blowing circus event at Cutler Majestic Theatre

The mind-blowing circus event, PSY, is debuting in Boston! The circus mixes acrobatics of the body with acrobatics of the mind and soul in a performance that is sure to excite every member of your family. Trapeze, juggling, aerial ropes, Chinese poles and German wheels will fill the stage while… Continue Reading

Blue Man Group

The wildly successful Blue Man Group is performing tonight, January 12th, at the Charles Playhouse.  Featuring a blend of music, comedy and multimedia theatrics, the one-of-a-kind performance will keep you on the edge of your seat all night long. A trio of Blue Men with blue skin and no voice… Continue Reading