Gonna be a cold one…but here’s where you can find your authors around town this weekend!
Natty: I don’t care how cold and snowy it is. I’m going out this weekend, damnit. On Friday night, I’ll head to the Cactus Club for dinner with the gal. Saturday involves a great deal of laundry followed by dinner and drinks with coworkers at Mare Oyster Bar in the North End. Sundays are for family parties, recovery, and relaxation, so I’ll do a little bit of all three. Happy weekend, Boston!
Sarah M.: There’s something about March in Boston. The glimmer of hope that is Spring shines a little brighter in March. I’m kicking this weekend off with a quiet Friday night in.Saturday morning we run long, so I’ll be hitting up the Esplanade for some quality miles (without getting run over by a bicyclist…hopefully.) The afternoon will be spent geeking out at the new Body Worlds Vital exhibit at Faneuil Hall, followed up most likely with a fun dinner out with friends. I’m thinking either Ribelle or Red Bones. Yes, two ends of the spectrum there, but equally fun. Sunday is for rest, so I’ll most likely hit up a hip-hop yoga class at the wonderful Sweat and Soul Yoga. Enjoy March, Boston!
Dave: After a week out of town, I’m excited to get back into Boston and rest my feet in familiar haunts – kind of a theme for my weekend, even if it’s freezing out. I’ll start Friday after an early morning flight with lunch at Ula Café, and then probably a stop at Sam since I’m there. I’ll follow-up back at my home bar for a light round and then a night in to recover. Saturday will take me out to the suburbs to continue rehearsing with the great cast of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson at The Umbrella (which had a great write-up in the Globe this week!). I’ll wrap Saturday night with fellow BC Alumni who, taking advantage of the students gone for Spring Break, will convene on Cleveland Circle to reclaim those dusty, dingy barstools in Mary Ann’s that once were ours. Queue the montage.
Andrew: Fire spinners and ice sculpting in Union Sq. sounds like a fun Saturday early evening. If you haven’t had a chance to check the “speakeasy” Back Bar, I’d suggest orBronwyn afterwards. Sunday is a good excuse to pretend like its New Orleans up here for a day, subtracting 50 degrees and adding clothes, but I’m sure Beehive is going to get funky at their jazz brunch.
Sarah S.: when you live next door to male burlesque dancers the opportunity arises every now and again to attend a show. This evening ill be the arm candy for my neighbor friend as we attend a superhero themed burlesque show at the Oberon on Harvard. Only the most high brow cultural event for this gal. Saturday starts out early! My red headed girlfriend is hair modeling (still don’t fully understand what that is) in Nashua, NH so I will be joining her for moral support. Then off to a mildly aggressive bar crawl staring at miracle of science then the plan is to go to middle sex then Middle East. We ll see if that really happens! Sunday, down shifting the gears a bit. Afternoon coffee plans with two gals from the Harvard innovation center I met this week – they have started a co that is subsituting flour with cricket flour for different food products Yup, chirp chirp. And they need some guidance on their communications strategy before their kick starter in May. So little bit of this, a little bit of that – that’s the plan.