On Tuesday, July 30th, Theatre 1 at Revere Hotel Boston Common will bring food, film, and furry friends together for another installment of Reel Chefs, a monthly series showcasing dinner and a movie inside the ultra-luxe cinema and presentation space at the hotel.
This month’s installment of REEL Chefs will feature Executive Chef, Brian Poe (Poe’s Kitchen & Tip Tap Room,) who will pair a muppet-themed three-course menu of small plates to the 1979 classic musical comedy and personal favorite film, The Muppet Movie.
In the last few years, Massachusetts has seen both sharks and tornadoes in the commonwealth. Out of vigilance, though, we would like to offer a public service and temper the odds on if and where a Sharknado could occur.
The key here is to find the middle point between how far towards the mainland sharks may go and how close to the water a tornado could come. We’re probably looking at somewhere around Plymouth or maybe New Bedford. Citizens, please be safe and, no, I haven’t actually watched the movie yet.
Hey! Boston! I can hardly believe it, Oh, But now I know I can see this is my place to go and now I’m home. I’m home, I’m Home. Thank you, Boston!
Being home sick in the late 90s meant one really important thing – honing my The Price is Right skills. A close second? Watching something called USAM, a morning block of failed NBC sitcoms that USA would use as a lead in to other game shows and reruns of Saved by the Bell. I don’t know why I remember this block of TV so much, but it included a potpurri of shows that couldn’t cut it in the Must See TV Thursday block – Caroline in the City, Single Guy, Veronica’s Closet – and one that always stood out to me was Boston Common.