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Petit Biscuit at Royale on 12/11/2017 09:00 PM EST

279 Tremont St.

    Petit Biscuit - Tickets - Royale - Boston, MA - December 11th, 2017
    Petit Biscuit is a 17-year-old electronic music producer from France, keen to take on the world. After picking up the cello at age 5 and entering French classical music school the Conservatoire soon after, things heated up when Petit Biscuit got his first PC at 11.
    https://www.boweryboston.com

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Sofa King Fridays presents Paul Oakenfold @ Royale Boston // Photos by Last Night Was Epic

    Royale
    Sofa King Fridays presents Paul Oakenfold @ Royale Boston // Photos by Last Night Was Epic
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Thanks to all of our neighbors who came out f...

Thanks to all of our neighbors who came out for this fun event, especially Mayor Marty Walsh and the Mayor's Office of Tourism, Sports, and Entertainment for the City of Boston and special thanks to all of the sponsors and involved organizations: Community Music Center of Boston, SEBA (South End Business Alliance), Ellis South End Neighborhood Association (the Ellis), and our sponsor Hingham Savings Bank.

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Boston Center for the Arts shared Palaver Str...

Fall in love with BCA's first music resident Palaver Strings! Hear why on December 20 when they present "A dormir a soñar" at the Huntington Theatre. Palaver Strings, pianist Moisès Fernández Via, and participants from the Lullaby Project join forces in celebrating the power and complexity of motherhood through William Grant Still’s nostalgic Mother and Child, Chopin’s monumental Piano Concerto in E Minor, and original lullabies by new moms, written together with Palaver musicians through their chapter of the Lullaby Project.

    A dormir a soñar
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19 hours ago

Joe Biden to preside over Mayor Walsh's January 1 inauguration

219 Tremont St., Boston WHO:

    Joe Biden to preside over Mayor Walsh's January 1 inauguration
    Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced his second mayoral inauguration and the swearing-in of the new Boston City Council will take place on Monday, January 1, 2018 at 10 a.m. at the Cutler Majestic Theatre.Former Vice President Joe Biden will preside at the swearing-in ceremony, followed by Mayor Walsh's inaugural address that will lay out his vision and priorities for his second term.
    https://www.boston.gov

19 hours ago

Monday, June 11 – Sunday, June 17 – Seattle: Public & Private Gardens In and Around the Emerald City

Join Pacific Horticulture on June 11 – 17 in the Emerald City where our local contact, Greg Graves, has organized an extraordinary collection of exclusive private garden visits. From our base at the boutique Mayflower Park Hotel in downtown Seattle we’ll make day trips to neighboring islands, including Bainbridge where we’ll tour Bloedel Reserve, one of the finest gardens in the nation (image below from www.highcountrygardens.com). A day visiting gardens east of Seattle includes the Bellevue Botanical Garden; another day we’ll head south to the legendary Old Goat Farm for dinner and a nursery tour. Back in the city, we’ll visit the remarkable exhibits and gardens at Chihuly Garden & Glass. This tour will be escorted by former PHS board member Greg Graves. Don’t miss this special opportunity to get beyond the garden gate with one of Seattle’s most well-connected horticulturist.

    Monday, June 11 - Sunday, June 17 - Seattle: Public & Private Gardens In and Around the Emerald City
    Join Pacific Horticulture on June 11 - 17 in the Emerald City where our local contact, Greg Graves, has organized an extraordinary collection of exclusive private garden visits. From our base at the boutique Mayflower Park Hotel in downtown Seattle we'll make day trips to neighboring islands, including Bainbridge where we'll tour Bloedel Reserve, one of the finest gardens in the nation (image below from www.highcountrygardens.com).
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

19 hours ago

Wreath of the Day – Trouble in Tahiti

Our volunteers are the backbone of this project, and when one of our volunteers goes AWOL, we are not amused. This year Maureen O’Hara, a star delivery coordinator, salesperson, and site manager, was given the opportunity to go to Tahiti during wreath week.  What is the world coming to? In honor of her trip (which we hope never ever happens again in December) we showcase an orchid-filled chartreuse wreath which to us symbolizes a tropical holiday.

    Wreath of the Day - Trouble in Tahiti
    Our volunteers are the backbone of this project, and when one of our volunteers goes AWOL, we are not amused. This year Maureen O'Hara, a star delivery coordinator, salesperson, and site manager, was given the opportunity to go to Tahiti during wreath week. What is the world coming to?
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

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Wreath of the Day – Flower Exchange Moves to Chelsea

One thing is certain during wreath week – we run out of supplies. No matter how organized we try to be, there will be some item – picks for attaching, white pine boughs for augmenting – that must be acquired, and in the past, running down to Albany Street wasn’t a big deal.  When the Boston Flower Exchange left the city to establish new headquarters in Chelsea, however, that quick errand became a 45 minute drive in heavy traffic. Co-chair Margaret Pokorny is to be commended for minimizing the need to make the trek, but she still found herself on the road on a number of occasions this past week. The wreath below shows some of the varied greens we use in our wreaths, much of which comes from our friend Pat Riccardi at the Boston Flower Exchange.

    Wreath of the Day - Flower Exchange Moves to Chelsea
    One thing is certain during wreath week - we run out of supplies. No matter how organized we try to be, there will be some item - picks for attaching, white pine boughs for augmenting - that must be acquired, and in the past, running down to Albany Street wasn't a big deal.
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

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Monday, April 9 – Monday, April 16 – Imperial Gardens of China

Hidden Treasures Tours presents a spring tour of the Imperial Gardens of China on April 9 – 16, 2018.  Arrive in Beijing, then tour the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall of China, followed by a visit to the Summer Palace. You will see Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, take a full day excursion to Chengde-Imperial Summer Mountain Resort, and then fly to Shanghai. While there, you will tour the 16th century Yu Yuan Gardens, the Shanghai Museum, and enjoy a full day in Suzhou Gardens before flying home.  The land coast is $1,895 per person based on double occupancy, with a $450 single supplement. Visa cost is $175.  Your tour guide will  be Mary Kroening, the founder of Hidden Treasures Tours. For complete information go to http://hiddentreasurestours.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/GARDENS-OF-CHINA-2018.pdf

    Monday, April 9 - Monday, April 16 - Imperial Gardens of China
    Hidden Treasures Tours presents a spring tour of the Imperial Gardens of China on April 9 - 16, 2018. Arrive in Beijing, then tour the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall of China, followed by a visit to the Summer Palace.
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

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Sunday, December 17, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm – Holiday Open House at The Gibson House

The Gibson House Museum is the only house museum in Back Bay. Since 1957, it has told the story of the Gibson family’s daily life during the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries through their everyday possessions, decorative objects, and furnishings. On Sunday, December 17, from 1 – 4, the house will be decorated for the holidays as it would have been decorated when the Gibsons were in residence. Light seasonal refreshments will be served. For more information visit www.thegibsonhouse.org.

    Sunday, December 17, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm - Holiday Open House at The Gibson House
    The Gibson House Museum is the only house museum in Back Bay. Since 1957, it has told the story of the Gibson family's daily life during the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries through their everyday possessions, decorative objects, and furnishings.
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

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Wreath of the Day – We’re Back!

The Garden Club of the Back Bay’s 2017 Wreath Week has concluded, and we are now resting, soaking our feet, bandaging our hands, and planning for 2018. For those new to this web site, we have a tradition of posting a Wreath of the Day feature each day from now through New Year’s Day, highlighting some of our beautiful creations, and sharing stories of the season. Remember that allows us to show you 24 wreaths out of the nearly 170 fully decorated wreaths created. We couldn’t be more proud of our decorators, and there are some designs which, if not published this month, will appear next fall as we gear up for the next sales season. We hope you enjoy and share with friends.  We will start with a classic almost all natural wreath – but look closely and you’ll spot glittery twigs of rhinestones among the rose hips, cones, magnolia leaves, incense cedar, dried flowers and white pine.

    Wreath of the Day - We're Back!
    The Garden Club of the Back Bay's 2017 Wreath Week has concluded, and we are now resting, soaking our feet, bandaging our hands, and planning for 2018. For those new to this web site, we have a tradition of posting a Wreath of the Day feature each day from now through New Year's Day, highlighting some of our beautiful creations, and sharing stories of the season.
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

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31st Matzo Ball rolls into Boston Dec. 24

...taking place in 9 fabulous cities this Christmas Eve, including at trendy Royale nightclub at 279 Tremont St., Boston, MA 02116...

    31st Matzo Ball rolls into Boston Dec. 24
    The 31 st annual MatzoBall is where all the Bostonian Jewish singles will be this Christmas Eve. Dubbed "the biggest not-Christmas party of the year" by Joel Stein of Bloomberg Businessweek, and "an annual rite of passage for Jewish singles in their 20s and 30s" by Cosmopolitan Magazine, the iconic MatzoBall is taking place in 9 fabulous cities this Christmas Eve, including at trendy Royale nightclub at 279 Tremont St., Boston, MA 02116.
    http://sampan.org

3 days ago

Where to Eat on Christmas Day in Boston

...from 5 to 10 p.m. as well. Reservations available by phone — (617) 574-7295. (10 Avery St., Downtown, Boston...

Go Mediterranean for Christmas dinner with a four-course meal with two entrees for the table and a special dessert tasting. Dinner priced at $65 per person. (79 Park Plaza, Back Bay, Boston)

Cube toasts and chinwiches and cola wings, oh my! Feast on Hong Kong-inspired dishes at this Chinatown spot, and don’t forget to save room for dessert. Reservations are still available on OpenTable. (86 Harrison Ave., Chinatown, Boston)

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...m., $50 for adults and $19 for kids under 12. Kids under three eat free. (40 Edwin H Land Blvd., Cambridge...

...7 to 10:30 a.m. and dinner service from 5 to 8 p.m. (776 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston...

...and an eggnog crème brûlée for dessert. Reservations can be made online. (215 Charles St., Beacon Hill, Boston...

...with three courses available for $65. The restaurant also serves specialty cocktails, wine, and beer. (528 Commonwealth Ave., Kenmore Square, Boston...

Reservations are still open for Christmas Day dining at Fin Point, which offers New England seafood and raw bar options, plus pizza, pasta, and some classics like lobster rolls and burgers. (89 Broad St., Downtown, Boston)

Out by the harbor, Meritage will serve a prix fixe Christmas menu (with or without wine pairings) from 4 to 9 p.m., with a la carte options for children under six. Call (617) 439-3995 to make a reservation. (70 Rowes Wharf, Boston)

The Christmas spread at Miel includes a rabbit and mushroom soup, prime rib, seared scallops, and a smoked pheasant breast with acorn squash. For dessert, there will be peppermint cheesecake and a classic bouche de noel. Menu available for $65 per person. (510 Atlantic Ave., Waterfront, Boston)

...11 a.m. to 4 p.m., for $75 per person and $25 per child. (1 Seaport Ln., Seaport, Boston...

A lobster Christmas is in store for diners at Abe & Louie’s. The restaurant will offer a boiled lobster dinner with two, three, or four pounds worth of meat, in addition to baked lobster with breadcrumbs and Maine lobster casserole. (793 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston)

Open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Ma Maison has both prix fixe and a la carte options available, including butternut squash soup, wild mushroom risotto, grilled rack of lamb, duck, and a traditional bouche de noel for dessert, along with many other items. (272 Cambridge St., Boston)

...open the rest of the day without the specials as well. Reservations recommended; check Reserve. (1 Kendall Sq., Kendall Square, Cambridge...

Dig into some pumpkin tortelli or veal ossobuco at Bricco in the North End. The restaurant is taking reservations for Christmas Day and has plenty of wine, cognac, and whiskey to round out a special occasion. (241 Hanover St., North End, Boston)

Taste the Caribbean in Cambridge this holiday, with options ranging from plantain balls with pork belly to ceviche, yucca fritters, and various empanadas. Main courses feature seafood, hearty cuts of meat, and rotisserie chicken. (450 Massachusetts Ave., Central Square, Cambridge)

The restaurant’s menu of French dishes includes fois gras, mussels, ribeye, cheese, and desserts, and reservations are still available on OpenTable. (1627 Beacon St., Brookline)

This new spot in Southie has dinner reservations available for Christmas Day, serving its American menu of small bites, burgers and sandwiches, and wood-fired pizzas. (726 E Broadway, South Boston)

    Where to Eat on Christmas Day in Boston
    This holiday season, let Boston's restaurants do all the work. While many restaurants are closed for Christmas Day, various spots around the city will be in full swing, offering brunch, breakfast, and/or dinner. Whether you're looking for something traditional (a la honey-glazed ham) or something a little out of the ordinary (all-you-can-eat meat feast, perhaps?), it's not too late to snag a reservation somewhere.
    https://boston.eater.com

3 days ago

20% off at Tea Forte, Newbury Street

Enjoy 20% off the Tea Forte Newbury Street Entire Store 

    20% off at Tea Forte, Newbury Street
    Enjoy 20% off the Tea Forte Newbury Street Entire Store Now through December 15, enjoy 20% off the entire store when you visit Tea Forte Newbury Street. Purchase gifts for everyone on your list AND something for yourself as you receive a gift with your $100, $150, or $300 purchase.
    http://www.bostonbackbay.com

3 days ago

Holiday Tea at The Courtyard Restaurant

Join in a Boston tradition this holiday season and come to The Courtyard Restaurant for afternoon holiday tea.

    Holiday Tea at The Courtyard Restaurant at the Boston Public Library
    Join in a Boston tradition this holiday season and come to The Courtyard Restaurant for afternoon holiday tea. Enjoy a moment of calm with the company of the people you cherish most.
    http://www.bostonbackbay.com

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Friday, December 15, 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm – The Enemy of My Enemy is My Friend: Using Biological Products to Fight Diseases and Pests Webinar

The use of biological products for growth enhancement and disease and pest control has changed the treatment programs of many organic (and even non-organic) plant, turf and tree care professionals. Joe Magazzi, from Green Earth Ag & Turf, will discuss how advances made in biological products have resulted in effective treatments that target the pest and not the rest. This December 15 webinar begins at 12:30 pm and is sponsored by the Ecological Landscape Alliance. Free for ELA members, $10 for nonmembers. Sign up at http://www.ecolandscaping.org/event/webinar-enemy-enemy-friend-using-biological-products-fight-diseases-pests/

    Friday, December 15, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm - The Enemy of My Enemy is My Friend: Using Biological Products to Fight Diseases and Pests Webinar
    The use of biological products for growth enhancement and disease and pest control has changed the treatment programs of many organic (and even non-organic) plant, turf and tree care professionals. Joe Magazzi, from Green Earth Ag & Turf, will discuss how advances made in biological products have resulted in effective treatments that target the pest and not the rest.
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

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Wednesday, December 13, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm – Latkes & Lanterns

Celebrate the festival of lights with lanterns and latkes at Powisset Farm in Dover, a property of The Trustees of Reservations. Join the in the kitchen on Wednesday, December 13 from 5 – 7 while they experiment with a variety of potato (and other root veggies) pancake recipes, using fresh produce from the farm, and then create lanterns for everyone to bring home.

    Wednesday, December 13, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm - Latkes & Lanterns
    Celebrate the festival of lights with lanterns and latkes at Powisset Farm in Dover, a property of The Trustees of Reservations. Join the in the kitchen on Wednesday, December 13 from 5 - 7 while they experiment with a variety of potato (and other root veggies) pancake recipes, using fresh produce from the farm, and then create lanterns for everyone to bring home.
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

4 days ago

These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • You Can Count On Me!

    Mrs. Ruhling is asking for $573.18:
    My students need a Chromebook to project lessons, abacuses to help them calculate more efficiently in math, and dry erase markers to complete activities on their whiteboards.
    Josiah Quincy Elementary School Comment
  • We Need Ink Cartidges

    Ms. Cammarata is asking for $289.95:
    My students need Brother toner TN350 and TN630 black ink cartridges.
    Josiah Quincy Elementary School Comment
  • iPads For Our Classroom

    Ms. Cammarata is asking for $941.53:
    My students need 2 Apple iPad minis with 2 protective cases.
    Josiah Quincy Elementary School Comment
  • Help Organize Our Learning

    Ms. Cammarata is asking for $169.28:
    My students need a shelf and shelf wheels to organize our classroom materials.
    Josiah Quincy Elementary School Comment
  • Wheelchair Desks

    Mr. Sacco is asking for $684.76:
    My students need wheelchair accessible desks to make the classroom environment better.
    Josiah Quincy Elementary School Comment

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