Boston chef Tiffani Faison, contestant on Season 1 of Bravo's Top Chef
and chef/owner of highly-praised Sweet Cheeks BBQ, will sample food from
20 different Provincetown restaurants and judge a live cooking
challenge featuring secret ingredients, at the annual event The Taste of
Provincetown on July 20.
Saturday, July 20, 2013 - 6:00pm
Provincetown Town Hall 260 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA, 02657
I watched that new Wizard of Oz movie a couple weeks ago. The one with James Franco. It wasn't very good. I thoroughly enjoyed Wicked, though, back in the day when I saw it. Kind of makes me want to rewatch the original. Or, perhaps swing by the North Shore Music Theatre's upcoming production.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra celebrated the start of the 2013 season at Tanglewood with an All-Tchaikovsky Opening Night concert at Tanglewood on Friday, July 5, at 8:30 p.m. in the Koussevitzky Music Shed. The gala summer event featured renowned violinist Joshua Bell.
So I'm trying out the new Fast Diet (the one where you fast 2 out of 7 days a week). It's more so because I want to see if it will finally help me go from "slightly high" cholesterol to "normal" but it's also helped me lose a few lbs so far a well.
I'm going to get blood work done in about two months (I will have been on the diet for 4) and see how it goes. But I digress. What I wanted to say was, 7/14 is not going to be one of my fasting days. $25 for all you can eat bbq? I'm going to crush it.
of Greater Boston's most beloved traditions, Commonwealth Shakespeare
Company's “Free Shakespeare On The Common” celebrates its 18th season
with the comedy The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Inspired by Rat
Pack-era Vegas, this production brings together the talents of CSC’s
Artistic Director Steve Maler, music director Colin Thurmond and
choreographer Yo-el Cassell. Playing July 6 - 28, 2013, performances
are free and open to the public.
The production will feature 12 actors, a five piece jazz combo
24 acting apprentices, and 4 dogs. A jazz trio comprised of NEC
students led by pianist Evan Allen (B.M. ’13), will be integrated into
the narrative of the play, performing classic jazz standards inspired by
Rat-Pack era Vegas, including “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” “Fever,”
“Change Partners” and “Witchcraft.” During the course of the play, the
actors will sing and play along with this core trio, telling the classic
Shakespeare story with a twist bringing new meaning to line “What
happens in Milan, stays in Milan.”
Shakespeare’s The Two Gentleman of Verona tells the tale of two friends
who leave their hometown of Verona to find their happy fortunes in
Milan. Instead, they find temptation, trickery, and trouble as they vie
for favor with the high-society Duke... and his debutante daughter. All
are drawn into a web of disguise and secrecy where the last thing anyone
wants is for the truth to surface - least of all the dog.