An Eriksson-Krejci-Lucic first line. Reilly Smith and Torey Krug back in the fold. Bobby Robins making a case for a roster spot. Kevin Paul Dupont and I covered all that and more today, one week before the Bruins open their 2014-2015 campaign. More
The rain in Boston has severely dampened my mood over the past two days, and sadly, it doesn’t look like the weather will be getting much better any time soon. To help you through these dark and wet days, I compiled a playlist of songs that are perfect for locking yourself up in your room and being sad. More
October is here, and Halloween is just around the bend. You know what that means? Horror movies, horror movies, horror movies! You heard me right. Luckily, for those of us who live in Boston, there will be plenty of eerie cinematic goodies popping up in theaters throughout the month (along with some other classics of the non-eerie variety). Here are the best film screenings to check out this month in Boston.
Last spring, BDCwire took an early taste of Polar Seltzer’s summer seasonal flavors. Now, our favorite local beverage company is giving us a sample of its new seasonal offerings, which hit stores today. More
Gubernatorial candidates Martha Coakley and Charlie Baker tried to convince a room full of Massachusetts technology professionals that they were up to speed on tech issues facing the state last night. Unsurprisingly, it did not go well.
Whenever you go into the Garden, it is an experience. But it seems that everything is even more special when you go to a Bruins game. You’ve been looking forward to watch the B’s pummel the Canadians for months now. You check your pockets to make sure you did not lose the tickets. You meet your friends at the gate and walk through the turnstiles, yet again. Juggling a drink and a snack that gave your wallet a Chara-sized hit, you make your way to the seats. As you sit, waiting anxiously for the puck to drop, you may notice a jolly sounding organ playing over the loud speaker. More