Archive for September, 2005

CHAF Benefit Concert

The CHAF Benefit Concert

Seventh Annual CHAF Benefit Concert

DATE: Friday, September 30, 2005

TIME: 8:00 p.m.

PLACE: Sanders Theatre in Harvard Square

El Oriental De Cuba Benefit Party

Oriental De Cuba is a Jamaica Plain staple which was firebombed this summer. There is a benefit Sunday to help them out with rebuilding costs. Music by Babaloo and others. Info below!

Sunday, Sep 18
El Oriental De Cuba Benefit Party

Help rebuild El Oriental De Cuba! Come and take part of this great party to help the rebuilding efforts of JP’s best Cuban restaurant. Cuban food, poker and pool tournaments, live auctions, music and more. Emceed by City Counselor, John Tobin and other surprise guests.

Milky Way Lounge and Lanes, Hyde Square, Jamaica Plain

Don’t miss out on a night of fun to help support a worthy cause!

Time: 6 p.m. to 12 a.m.
Cost: $20 Suggested Donation

nice job Pats!

Defending turf – The Boston Globe

Nice to see the Pats win! How long have we been undefeated at home? Too late to stay up on a school night, though, man am I ever tired!

TGIF!

We’re Number One!

Report rates Boston most expensive city – The Boston Globe

Can this possibly be true? Has Boston surpassed NYC in expensiveness (sic)?

Before we get all excited, here’s a quote:

The report found that last year, a family of four living in the Boston area needed $64,656 to cover its basic needs. This was $6,000 more than in New York City, and about $7,000 more than in San Francisco. Living expenses, which include healthcare, child care, and other basic needs, were $44,000 or less in Austin, Texas; Chicago; Miami; and Raleigh, N.C.

Is that the only metric used? My brother lives in NYC, and his rent rates are insane – much worse than here. How can there ever be a fair descriptor to rate how expensive it is to live somewhere?

BSSC – Hurricane Relief Fund

BSSC eUpdates: Hurricane Relief Benefit Event

Boston Ski & Sports Club and BYPA invite you to a great event for a great cause! This event is sponsored by Harpoon, The Greatest Bar and The On Your Feet Project. Entertainment provided by Black Betty and The Bad Habits, a great blues rock original and cover band who have donated their time.

Red Cross volunteers will be on hand at the event to take your donations directly. Stop by The Greatest Bar this Saturday, 7pm to 10pm and 100% of your donation goes to the American Red Cross of Massachusetts Bay Hurricane Katrina Relief Fund.

Miss Phish?

Well, Phish tribute band Phix is playing Harper’s Ferry in Allston Thursday night. Sadly, I will be out of town, otherwise, I would be there myself.

Brookline 300

Why not spend some time volunteering for Brookline300 on Sunday Sept 18, 2005.

Volunteers must be 18 years or older, unless accompanied by an adult. A volunteer application can be! found on the Brookline 300 website at
http://www.brookline300.org/volunteer.html

There will be three volunteer shifts for each event. Each volunteer shift will be five-hours

Big Papi is the man

For end results, he’s their man – The Boston Globe

ortizwalkoff

Lots of tough games ahead, and the dreaded Yankees are always right behind, but we have to keep hope alive!

GO PAPI!

Goodbye Little Buddy

Bob Denver, 70; beloved by many as bumbling ”Gilligan” – The Boston Globe – oh its so sad to see Gilligan go. I had a beer in your honor last night little buddy!

Todd English update

Remember that scathing review of chef Todd English I wrote about a few days ago? Of course you do. But did anyone else see him compete on Iron Chef America? Some people don’t particularly care for the American version of the show (myself included,) and how it has been dumbed down to an hour of vapid commentary by Alton Brown. However, it was interesting to watch English get smoked by chef Mario Batali in the embarassingly titled, “Battle of Pizza Dough.”

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