As we entered Florida, I felt a shift. The landscape was changing. The highway became narrow and flat and seemed to go on forever. There could be more than 50 miles before the next exit or gas station, which was, for the most part, unproblematic--except for one stretch where Adam, Virginia and I had to scramble to find a place to pee in a ditch off the side of the road. More
On Saturday, July 26, hundreds arrived at Boston Casting in Braintree, MA to show off their costumes and try for a spot as an extra in the upcoming Seth MacFarlane film "Ted 2." As predicted, most people went above and beyond to earn their way into a role alongside hometown hero Mark Wahlberg, dressing in rather interesting selections for the casting directors. Here are some of the best characters we came across in line for the tryouts.
Day two of Rhode Island's Newport Folk Festival went down at Fort Adams State Park on Saturday, highlighted by sets from Nickel Creek, Kurt Vile, Deer Tick and Jack White (who declined to have his photo taken).
The 2014 edition of the Newport Folk Festival kicked off on Friday at Rhode Island's Fort Adams State Park, featuring sets from Ryan Adams, Band of Horses, Jenny Lewis, The Grateful Dead songwriter Robert Hunter and many more.
Our contributing writer Ali Carter toured the east coast with Boston-based musicians Pariuh and Couples Counseling for two weeks in June. Read her tour diary for a city-by-city account of their do-it-yourself saga, featuring grimey basements, waterfalls, Krispy Kreme doughnuts and more, which we’ll be running in a five-part series over the next two weeks.More
Friday night, Boston showed its groovy side, putting on a free roller disco party on City Hall Plaza. Thousands showed up to show their tastiest roller rink moves, many in retro garb, moving to the sounds of Dorchester's DJ Kon. The event was created with the help of Together Boston in order to honor the late great Donna Summer, who passed away last year. Some of Summer's greatest hits were played, and disco culture was revived in Boston for one hot summer night. More
Oakland native Michael Franti visited Blue Hills Bank Pavilion on Friday, bringing a 13-year touring tradition of his to the Seaport: pre-show yoga. Following the disaster on September 11, 2001, Franti adopted yoga as a means of controlling his anxiety on the road, studying at studios around the country. More
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