The Big Hammock (www.thebighammock.com) on the Greenway is now fully operational. I took it for a test lounge myself and am happy to report it works as advertised.
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Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Monday, August 30, 2010
Friday, August 20, 2010
A new restaurant, Sam's, recently opened inside the new Louis Boston building on Fan Pier:
The local bounty of New England’s farms and artisans; the simplicity of an American Diner; the endless and timeless appeal of the French Bistro menu; and the warmth and welcoming spirit of our home.
It's being run by restaurateur and former Radius and Via Matta partner Esti Parsons, with her husband Drew. The chef is Ken Rogers, who has worked at Via Matta, Bina Osteria, and 88 Wharf.
Sam's has a large outdoor patio with views of the harbor.
Sam's at Louis Boston
60 Northern Avenue, Boston, MA 02110
Open for lunch for Mon-Fri and dinner Mon.-Sun.
Sam's bar is open 7 days a week until 1:00am.
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Congratulations to Chef Lynch and the rest of Menton for being named one of the top 10 best new restaurants:
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
There's a "stadium style" fireworks display tonight on Fort Point Channel at the Intercontinental Hotel. It should start around 9 PM and last 10 minutes.
To Whom It May Concern:
There is a stadium style pyrotechnics display scheduled for Tuesday, August 10, 2010 at approximately 2100 hours. The location will be in the Fort Point Channel behind the Inter Continental Hotel between Congress St and Sea Port Blvd. The show is scheduled for about ten (10) minutes.
Joseph McNulty, Fire Captain
BFD, Fire Prevention, Special Hazards
1010 Mass. Ave. 4th floor
Boston, Ma 02118
Thursday, August 05, 2010
Digital Composites / inkjet
Gallery at Bob's Your Uncle
25 Channel Center St.
Fort Point, Boston, 02210
Thursday August 5: 6 - 8pm
Bob’s Your Uncle Gallery is pleased to present new work by Peter Harris. This large scale work consists of black and white digital files of found objects printed on red rosin paper. In continuing with his use of the grid, each piece consists of 63 digital files stitched to complete the whole. The artifacts from this digital manipulation vary in intensity and belie the apparent straightforward nature of the imagery. This tension between the seemingly tangible, and the transient nature of the digital medium, creates an environment within which the imagery can be explored.