We’re celebrating Pearl Jam at Fenway on Friday, August 5 and Sunday, August 7 with two pre-shows at Bill’s Bar on Lansdowne St. Pearl Jam tribute Five Against One will perform two sets each night. Both shows are 21+, FREE, powered by Rental Beast, and presented by Miller Lite and RadioBDC. No need to RSVP, just come down and party!
Chock-full of Tim Hortons and armed with a new piece for the Globe, “l’enfant miserable” Kevin Paul Dupont called in from Montreal today to recap the Bruins’ poor Game 3 performance and preview Game 4. More
How young, you ask? He just turned 18. He’s a senior at Hull High School and is slated to perform as part of the World Series of Comedy at Giggles Comedy Club on Wednesday, May 6. Kevin and I talked about how he got his start, how his classmates and family have reacted to his act, and who makes him laugh. Listen. More
Mother’s Day is days away. You know this. And yet you’ve done nothing. NOTHING.
Do something. Something that makes a difference. Give to The Women’s Lunch Place. They provide a safe, comfortable daytime shelter, nutritious food, and services for women who are homeless or poor. Lorraine Levine stopped by to talk about their Mother’s Day Card drive. More
Steve Silva got a pass this week, on account of his traveling to Montreal to cover Bruins-Habs, so Chad Finn and I took the opportunity to geek out over some of our favorite, young non-Red Sox. This led to a discussion about Jon Lester and a look ahead at May’s schedule. Listen. More
I woke up this morning at 4:32 a.m. What was in my head? Be-boop beep-boom-be-boop beep-boom…” Driving in my car, taking a swim, it stays with me, gnawing away at me. That riff that won’t leave my brain; so catchy. What am I talking about? It’s “Tongues” from Joywave. More
The 2nd Annual Salute For Our Heroes takes place this Thursday night at M.J. O’Connnor’s on Columbus Ave. in Boston. Last year’s event raised over $11,000. The lovely and constantly-moving Kim Ring came by this morning to tell us about this year’s event and who it will benefit. More
Since publicly coming out as transgender via Rolling Stone in 2012 and releasing this year’s well-received “Transgender Dysphoria Blues”, Against Me! front woman Laura Jane Grace has been incredibly open and honest of her personal experiences as a transgender woman. Today it was announced that Laura Jane will now be documenting her transition in a new AOL reality series titled, “So Much More.” The series which does not yet have a premier date, aims to elucidate misconceptions of a “community whose experiences are woefully underrepresented and misunderstood in the media.”
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