Please excuse our dust. We're currently working to bring you an even better newsletter. Over the next couple weeks, you may see some things that are still in the works. We're excited for you to see what we've been up to.
Four Days of St. Patrick’s Shenanigans | Thursday, Mar. 16-Sunday, Mar. 19 | Times vary | Telegraph Hill Kitchen & Bar, 289 Dorchester St., Boston | Free | Kick off the Southie bar’s festivities with the first evening of celebrations, featuring food specials like an Irish reuben and boiled corned beef dinner.
2023 Image Awards | Thursday, Mar. 16 | 6:30-8 p.m. | MIT, Koch Institute Public Galleries, 500 Main St., Cambridge | Free | Join in-person or virtually to hear lightning talks by MIT scientists and engineers concerning global health challenges.
Jack Daniel’s Tasting Party | Thursday, Mar. 16 | 7-9 p.m. | Nash Bar & Stage, 253 Tremont St., Boston | $20 | Saddle up for a tasting event at the downtown bar with free Jack Daniel’s merch, craft cocktails, and live music.
Friday, March 17
St. Patrick’s Day at the Irish Cultural Centre | Friday, Mar. 17 | 11 a.m.-11:30 p.m. | Irish Cultural Centre, 200 New Boston Dr., Canton | $20 | Head to the South Shore for live music, Irish dancing, vendors to shop, and corned beef and cabbage served all day.
Don’t Tell Comedy Show | Friday, Mar. 17 | 8-9:30 p.m. | The Charles River Speedway, 525 Western Ave., Brighton | $25 | Visit Garage B for a lot of laughs from local and nationally touring talent.
Saturday, March 18
St. Patrick’s Day Darty | Saturday, Mar. 18 | 3-8 p.m. | Lamplighter Broadway, 284 Broadway, Cambridge | Free to attend | The brewery will be pouring an export stout and the Irish dry stout.
Let’s Draw: HMSC Sketching Weekend | Saturday, Mar. 18-Sunday, Mar. 19 | 1-4 p.m. | Harvard Museum of Natural History, 26 Oxford St., Cambridge | Free | Try your hand at sketching and elevate your creative process with Harvard Museums of Science & Culture facilitators.
We have a calendar filled with events and activities you can plan for in advance. Click the button below to bookmark ideas for upcoming date nights, family outings, and time with friends.
Julia Wolfe’s “Her Story” explores women’s ongoing fight for equal rights, invoking the words of female leaders from throughout history. | Photo via Unsplash
From a letter written by Abigail Adams to the words of Sojourner Truth, Julia Wolfe’s “Her Story” — part of the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s current festival — is a personal and emotional response to the ongoing quest for equal rights for women.
Bostonians can catch the concert tonight at 7:30 p.m., tomorrow at 1:30 p.m., and Saturday at 8 p.m., and make plans to attend a free panel discussion featuring Dr. Jane Kamensky of Harvard University, Dr. Robyn C. Spencer-Antoine of Lehman College, and Julia Wolfe herself. (You read that right: a living composer.)
Hear the panelists discuss the history and process of building “Her Story” on Saturday (March 18) at 5:30 p.m.*
Wynn Resorts, the operator behind Encore Boston Harbor, has closed a deal to purchase a 45-acre site in Everett. While there have been talks of bringing a soccer stadium to the area, official plans for the site across Broadway have not been released yet. (Boston Globe)
Sullivan’s Castle Island is expanding to a new South Shore location, set to open this month. The 6,000-sqft Hanover Crossing location will offer indoor dining options with a bar area and patio + takeout ordering like the Southie spot.
Sam Adams and Wicked Retro Night have collaborated on a new brew to celebrate the largest gaming convention on the East Coast. Raise a glass to the launch of “The Last Boss” at the taproom’s release party on Thursday, March 23.
The Patriots have signed free agent wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster to a three-year, $33 million deal. The move comes a day after receiver Jakobi Meyers left New England and signed a three-year deal with the Las Vegas Raiders. (Boston Globe)
Somerville residents can make their voices heard during the city’s first Participatory Budgeting process. Submit ideas on how to use $1 million in funds from March 20 through May 20 for the chance to influence local improvement projects.
8.1 million. That’s how many sports betting transactions were recorded in Massachusetts during the first weekend of mobile sports betting. Check out our guide if you’re looking to wager a few bucks or if you’re curious about this new offering. (BetMassachusetts)
Looking for a new laptop that checks all the boxes without breaking the bank? Enter: the Acer Chromebook 311. Thislightweight laptop is decked out with all the essential Google apps —like Google Chrome and Google Calendar — it’s quiet, and it has up to 10 hours of battery life.