We are proud to be performing at The Cove Music Hall in Worcester, MA! Join us in making Veterans SMILE. Vintage attire is always encouraged. PIN-UPS ON TOUR is a good time for a great cause. From the moment guests enter the event, they will be treated to something special. Our goal is to recreate the magic of the Hollywood Canteen that operated during the 1940's as a club offering dancing, drinks and entertainment for servicemen, usually on their way overseas. The evening will feature dancing Pin-Ups, Comedy, Variety Acts, Soulful Lounge singers, raffle-ticket selling beauties and more than a few surprises! With entertainment & atmosphere around every turn, guests will feel like they stepped into another era. *** OUR COMMITMENT PIN-UPS ON TOUR is committed to providing low or no-cost entertainment for Veterans as part of our Morale Boosting Mission. In addition, proceeds from our shows go to support our work entertaining our nations veterans inside & outside our our nations VA Hospitals. **** This show is proudly produced by Do Right! Industries LLC - Helping Nonprofits Thrive. For more information on how to partner with PIN-UPS ON TOUR, please email email@example.com
When: Jun 24, 2016 8 PM to Jun 24, 2016 11 PMin Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: 0 - 50 USD (Fri, 24 Jun 2016 20 )
Come join members of the Valpo Surf Project team on Saturday, June 4th at Venture Cafe, located at 1 Broadway in Cambridge, for an evening of food, drinks, and bidding on a variety of great silent auction items from local artists, businesses, and restaurants. The proceeds for this event will contribute to the operations of the Valpo Surf Project, which uses surfing, English language instruction, academic support, and environmental community service projects as mentoring tools to engage low-income youth in Valparaíso, Chile. Tickets are $40 in advance or $50 at the door. The event consists of an open bar and food courtesy of Anna's Taqueria, Flatbread Pizza Company, Downeast Cider House, Sam Adams, and Gosling's Rum, among others. The showcase of the event is our silent auction, which will offer a variety of unique items, including art, photography, surf gear, and gift baskets from local businesses and restaurants, available for bidding at great prices. Be sure to bring card or cash for silent auction purchases!
When: Jun 4, 2016 7 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Sat, 04 Jun 2016 19 )
with Mount Moriah The Indigo Girls (Emily Saliers and Amy Ray) released their sixteenth studio album, One LostDay, on June 2nd.Vast in its reach, but unified by the traveler's sense of wonder, gratitude, and empathy, One Lost Day moves like a centrifuge, pulling the listener close to linger in the small moment, then casting out onto sonic currents. This is music of the past, present, and future a boundlessness earned and not bestowed. One Lost Day has a feeling of music composed acrosstime, not just in time. These songs are rooted in tradition and inventive, too: nourished in dark soils, leafing and luminous. Memories here are more than specters; they are evolutions. The album maps the dim corridors of the heart and mind, lifting and landing the listener across state lines and continents. Place is a character rich in the universal specific: "Boots on a board in a barn" in "Texas Was Clean," boys "under the bridge on the river shoals off GA 9" in "Fishtails," the New Orleans' 1788 fire and the fence around the St. Louis cemetery in "Elizabeth," the "sunny twist of Venice Chez Jay" in "Southern California is Your Girlfriend," and the devil-spawned Angola prison in Louisiana where three black men sat wrongly convicted for decades, confined in solitary. The dirge-like ballad "Findlay, Ohio 1968" opens with a searing string and piano arrangement that feels like slipping through a tear in the space-time continuum. After we reach the violin's held high-C and the heartbeat drums, and before Saliers kicks in with her chilling vocals, we hover, suspended in time, before landing gently on the hot asphalt of Grammy's driveway in 1968, "poking hot tar bubbles with a stick...the smell of the trash and leaves burning in the can." What unfolds is pure narrative intuition, wherein the stuff of life, life's inventory the pall of the impending Kent State massacre, Sexton's poetry, Cathy's grief-stricken, beer-drinking mom, the dad who never returned from Vietnam, the fence-scaling girl ripping jeans, the boy with wandering heart and hands, the smell of Trenton's refineries and the slapping of the station wagon's wheels are the metaphoric legs that carry the story and this song across time and distance. "Fishtails" tackles similar themes loss of innocence, coming of age but through a much different lens. Here, the narrator is the observer reflecting on the tender recklessness of neighborhood kids, killing time in an abandoned copper mine, waiting to flee the confines of their small world, raging and hoping and "fishtailing in the dark from the time that they are born." But the song is infused with new meaning in the juxtaposition of the boys' lives with Ray's father's long-ago Florida boyhood so similar in its restlessness, its sweet violence. Circularity rings like a keening bell, dazzling and devastating. A multi-layered instrumentalism allows the long notes of the past to cradle the mid-tempo of the present, a lush but understated orchestration. Regarding the aching ballad, "If I Don't Leave Here Now," Saliers says, "The song explores the terrible affliction of addiction and was partly inspired right after Philip Seymour Hoffman died. I was deeply affected by his death, but also know that addiction seldom spares the user. It is a song about the desperate attempt to leave a bad situation where no amount of anything is ever enough." The elegiac, stripped-down sound pairs beautifully with tender lyrics that recognize addiction not as a denial of life, but as a dangerous insatiability for life ("Killing yourself to keep from running out of life") turning the conventional addiction narrative on its head. "I'd rather have the strength to see through the lens of reality than rose-colored glasses," Ray says in reference to the raucous, rollicking "Happy in the Sorrow Key." "Musically, I was inspired by the feel of Paul Weller and The Jam, but then I also wanted this big orchestral bridge to mirror the feeling of lying in my bunk at night on the tour bus and drifting off to sleep scared but in awe of the process of life." The dissonance between the plaintive lyrics and the quick-tempoed, lush instrumentalism nails the ambiguity of the emotion, while also managing to create a rock song that is both fun and dirty. A majority of the songs in this collection explore a time and place endemic to the narrator's sense of self. "Texas Was Clean" is a plucky, whispery elegy to lands loved and left behind. "It became about how a place gets reinvented and defined by your experiences over time," says Ray. "When I was young, Texas seemed so far away and remote, but now it feels like it is part of me for the lives it's claimed and for the life it's given to me." "Elizabeth," the album's joyful opener, takes place in New Orleans, "with its ghosts and underbelly," explains Saliers. "It's the story of kinship and music and whiskey, L'il Queenie and the Big Easy whose bloody print is indelible. It's denying Facebook and simply allowing someone from your past to remain in all her splendid glory." In fact, much of this album seems to argue against our culture's obsession with immediate gratification, both a musical and lyrical affinity for the journey and not the journey's memento. Venturing further north, "Alberta" is about the indelible impressions of a place and its history, those that we keep close and those that we leave behind. "Olympia Inn" pays homage to a bus driver named Johnny who called everyone "darling" and shared his lost loves, triumphs, and failures late at night as the band toured the UK and Ireland. It's a wild, rocking ride of a song. "It's meant to be romp with some swagger and self-deprecation thrown in for good measure," says Ray. "Emily experimented with different guitar sounds and vocal approaches to bring her parts to life, and then Jordan [producer and contributing musician] put the organ down at the end and used The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion as an inspiration."Like a good book, One Lost Day builds to the climactic "The Rise of The Black Messiah" about two-thirds of the way through the album, imbuing the whole with a structural integrity inherent to the best storytelling. This hard-hitting rock song is chilling, a battle-cry for victims of institutional racism. "My friend I heard you tell of slavery's end but have you heard of mass incarceration/That ol' Jim Crow he just keeps getting born with a new hanging rope for the black man's scourge," bellows Ray. The song was inspired by a letter Ray received about seven years ago from Herman Wallace, one of the so-called "Angola 3": a trio of young black men framed for the murder of a prison guard as punishment for speaking out about the horrifying conditions in the Angola prison in Louisiana. Wallace spent decades in solitary confinement before finally receiving "compassionate release" just days before his death from cancer. In his letter, he asked Ray to share his story, and "The Rise of The Black Messiah" is Ray's anthemic response; a slow-building, thunderous rock song anchored by Brady Blade's spirited, soulful drums. On One Lost Day, the Girl's signature harmonies are in full display: rolling, recursive, hot and capacious as prayer. Through dynamic soundscapes created in tandem with producer Jordan Brooke Hamlin, the album reveals structural innovations that enhance meaning. A classically-trained horn player, Hamlin contributed "layered ethereal horn parts and a strong vision and ear," says Saliers. With Hamlin, the Girls took new risks that paid huge dividends. The collaborative spirit is loud here, utilizing a host of musicians both familiar and new to the duo. One Lost Day was recorded in studios in Nashville, TN and mixed by Brian Joseph at Justin Vernon's (of Bon Iver) April Base Studios in Fall Creek, WI and at the Parhelion Recording Studios in Atlanta, GA. Amy and Emily brought in Lex Price (k.d. lang, Mindy Smith), Butterfly Boucher (Ingrid Michaelson, Katie Herzig, Mat Kearney), Fred Eltringham (Sheryl Crow, The Wallflowers, Gigolo Aunts) and Chris Donohue (Dave Matthews, Patty Griffin, Lucinda Williams, Robert Plant) to bring a good dose of infectious energy and creativity to the scene. Additionally, musicians Brady Blade and Carol Isaacs longstanding studio collaborators and live-show band members with the Girls returned, along with the current Indigo Girls' touring band. Isaacs contributes haunting piano parts on songs such as "Come a Long Way," "If I Don't Leave Here Now," and "Fishtails," and sonorous accordion parts to "Spread the Pain Around" and "Findlay, Ohio 1968." Blade offers his free-wheelin', Louisiana drumming style to "Fishtails," "Elizabeth," "Texas Was Clean," and the "The Rise of The Black Messiah." The inputs of many of the contributing musicians are captured in a series of videos by the talented Kathlyn Horan, who filmed the crew during the recording of the album. The videos are available on the Indigo Girls' website and in them we glimpse the ferocity and attention to detail that has helped the Indigo Girls thrive through the various capitulations of a changing music industry. Starting with 2009's Poseidon and the Bitter Bug, their eleventh studio album, the Girls formed their own label, IG Recordings, which is now distributed by Vanguard/Concord Music Group. The move aligns with their long held commitment to creative freedom, energy they've also devoted to various social and environmental causes. The Indigo Girls have spent thirty-five years performing together, produced fifteen albums (seven gold, four platinum, and one double platinum), earned a Grammy and seven Grammy nominations, and have toured arenas, festivals, and clubs the world over. It is rare to find musicians together so long, rarer still with such profound successes. Their music lives in the hearts of generations of dedicated fans and continues to inspire young musicians. This loyalty is not accidental. Perhaps their relevance over three decades can be credited to the mighty collisions of distinct aesthetics forging new paths over time. The Girls' refinement not only of style and skill, but of their own creative processes allows access to ever new and liminal spaces. A long creative marriage fosters its own scrappy beauty, though, and theirs grows more nuanced, weatherworn, and lovely in each successive album. Saliers and Ray live separate lives, take on independent projects, but share "the same set of values," says Saliers. "We both embrace the struggle, share the same energy. We are sisters in our embrace of life. Observers." That sort of artistic kinship is rare and cosmic. Here, then, are the stars of that labor, the next chapter. - Jessica Hendry Nelson May 19, 2015
When: May 27, 2016 8 PM in Northampton, Massachusetts Cost: $39.50 - $49.50 (Fri, 27 May 2016 20 )
SOFA KING FRIDAYS PRESENTS: Jauz @ ROYALE SOUNDCLOUD | FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM FRIDAY, JUNE 24TH DRESS No shorts / hats / oversized baggy jeans / hoodies / boots / athletic wear Proper ID Required / 21+ Royale 279 Tremont St Boston, MA 02116 *Management has the right to refuse entry / No refunds of any kind all sales are final.
When: Jun 24, 2016 10 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 24 Jun 2016 22 )
Join us for a special program to learn about Ramadan. You can make a food collage plate for our iftar table, make a paper lantern and learn about Ramadan customs around the world!
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. During this month, marked by the first sighting of a crescent moon, Muslims fast from dawn until sunset. The fast reminds Muslims of the virtue of self-discipline and also encourages empathy for those less fortunate. At sunset, families gather for the evening meal, iftar.
When: Jun 24, 2016 6 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 24 Jun 2016 18 )
Experience deep nature connection on this half-day retreat with Certified Forest Therapy Guide, Nadine Mazzola. Peel the layers of stress away and support healing by experiencing the medicine of the forest. Well do a series of relaxing and engaging activities to engage our senses, deepen nature connection hone intuition and connect with the natural world around us. The walk will still be on if it's raining, unless it is a really big downpour or violent storm. If it is raining it's important to have a waterproof shell including pants, and many people bring umbrellas also. Rain often enhances sensory experience and makes for some of our most memorable walks.
Co-sponsored with the Virginia Thurston Healing Garden. The Healing Garden provides a community of support where integrative therapies join with nature to improve the quality of life for those affected by cancer. $5 of your registration fee will be a charitable donation to support their mission.
When: Jun 24, 2016 9 AM in Boylston, Massachusetts Cost: Member $25, Non-member $35 (Fri, 24 Jun 2016 09 )
Get a taste of the ancient of glassblowing in this fun one-night course. In one evening, you will learn about the history and process behind creating beautiful blown glass at the New Street Glass Studio. After learning the safety and studio etiquette rules, students will watch a brief demonstration of this 2000-year-old art before diving in and making their very own cup from glass gathered out of a 2100-degree furnace. Students will choose their own colors and instructors will guide the class through the steps from gathering to blowing up the bubble and shaping a cylinder to create each unique and colorful cup. No experience is necessary; all materials are included.
When: Jun 24, 2016 6 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: $90 (Fri, 24 Jun 2016 18 )
UPDATE ON SPONSORSHIP: Angelica Timas - Designer R.E.D - Paris Claude Michelle Sanon - Designer Cooper 9 - Designer - Gianni Valentino Kristi Vosbeck - Designer Makeup: Janeen Jones and her team Hair: Eurayshia Reed - Shi Shi's Lounge Hair: Elza Rosa - Blowdry Bar Crystle Ford - Leatham 978.310.9507 firstname.lastname@example.org April 17, 2016 Boston, MA In collaboration with EMERALD Lounge and The Models Against Bullying Campaign will host “Lucy’s Love Bus” through a LIVE Fashion Showcase and Runway Preview sponsored by “Fulgenzio Coppola Image Design Salon" Newton, MA. About Fulgenzio Coppola Image Design Salon Located in a lovingly adapted Victorian home on Washington St. with easy access and plenty of parking, Fulgenzio Coppola Salon features a stable of specialists who accept walk-ins while tending to their long-established customers. Roomy and attractive, the salon has been a fixture in the area for 18 years. Live Performance by Bill Dwyer Door Prizes and 50 VIP Gift Bags with full size products! Event Date: Wednesday June 22, 2016 Event Location: The Emerald Lounge Event Time: 7:00 PM - 12 AM “The Models against Bullying Campaign” has been growing and gaining momentum over the past four years. It has put us in the fast lane and now we will show our stand to fight against bullying for our second year in a row. “The Models Against Bullying Campaign” consists of fashion and beauty models who have either been bullied or are bullying advocates. each model shares their story with our campaign. We want the world to see that models are not perfect, they are individuals who have seen life today and realized bullying made them stronger. The models have made a solid statement through their personal endeavors, community outreach and a variety of editorials shot over the past four years. “The Models Against Bullying Campaign” is more than a representation of models. It’s an example of how individuals can overcome trauma they faced and strive for the peace that life should bring. Lastly, “The Emerald Lounge” and “Fulgenzio Coppola Image Design Salon” have partnered with the "Models against bullying campaign" to bring our campaign’s vision to life. Our goal together is to work and raise funds for “Lucy’s Love Bus” The outcome is to help both the victim and the bully understand that a relationship is more valuable to life than hurting one another. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/models-against-bullying-campaign-in-collaboration-with-emerald-lounge-for-lucys-love-bus-tickets-24719953045
When: Jun 22, 2016 7 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 22 Jun 2016 19 )
The New England B2B Networking Group will be hosting an exclusive business networking event in Woburn, MA on June 8th at Schwartz Financial Services located at 3 Baldwin Green Common. The event is from 12pm to 1pm with a $20.00 admission fee. Because space is limited to 10 people with no overlap of professions, you must register on Eventbrite if you would like to attend. No walk in registration is available. Each person will receive a few minutes to discuss their business followed by open networking. Pizza will be served. The New England B2B events focus on the B2B or Commercial market. The types of professions that attend include, but are not limited to: realtors, mortgage officers, attorneys, cpa's, financial planners, payroll companies, commercial lenders, commercial realtors, commercial insurance, coaches, health insurance companies, marketing and IT companies, business coaches, internet service providers, printers, promotional products, recruiters, HR Firms, CFO for hire, mobile phone providers, tradesmen. If you don't see a ticket for your occupation please email me at Kevin@newenglandb2bnetworking.com The great thing about these events are the attendees change each month. There are no attendance requirements and you are always meeting new people. I would like to thank Matt Schwartz for hosting this event. Please check out his website at http://www.schwartzfinancialservices.net/ To learn more about the New England B2B Networking Group please and to see a list of upcoming events please visit our website at www.newenglandb2bnetworking.com
When: Jun 8, 2016 12 PM in Woburn, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 12 )
When: Saturday, June 4th, 4:00-7:00 p.m. Where: Channel Park @ The InfraSpace (see below) What: Get groovin' to the greatest Motown and Soul hits, enjoy amazing food from b.good and celebrate South End Soccer's 9th year of providing free soccer programming to Boston youth with neighbors and friends. Who (Band): The Boston Soul Revue: www.bostonsoulrevue.com Why: To be a champion for urban youth! Your support provides over 1,200 youth from South End, Roxbury, Chinatown and beyond the opportunity to get on the field and have fun! Bonus for Parents: Drop off your kids at Blackstone Community Center for free soccer clinics, Address: 50 W. Brookline St. Directions & Parking: Event location is Channel Park @ The Infra-Space, located on the Harbor Walk, next to Frontage Rd. between 4th St. & Travel St., - 45 W. 4th Street Limited parking available at lot on Albany St. near Thayer St. - 265 Albany St. Thank you to our generous event sponsors! GTI Properties SOWA Boston b. good Why support South End Soccer?: We break down any barriers hindering youth getting on the field to play the world's most popular sport, in the heart of Boston. We connect youth, families, local schools, youth programs, businesses, housing developments and neighbors thus connecting and creating our community in a healthy, positive atmosphere. We provide our recreational and developmental programs at NO COST - yes free! If you are unable to join us, donations of any amount are greatly appreciated. All contributions go directly to support South End Soccer programming. South End Soccer is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, all donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
When: Jun 4, 2016 4 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sat, 04 Jun 2016 16 )
Did you know that our Roman collection includes art from five different countries, spread across ten centuries? Why are there so many heads without bodies? And how can you recognize an emperor or god from just his face (or feet)? Learn about Europes first great empire, and use one of our maps to discover where our objects came from.(Programming subject to change)
When: Jun 8, 2016 1 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: Free with Museum admission (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 13 )
Take a close look at the Last Judgement Tapestry to discover the colors and details woven into the design. Learn how tapestries were made and used in Medieval Europe, touch tapestry fabric, and try your hand at weaving on a loom!(Programming subject to change)
When: Jun 8, 2016 2 PM in Worcester, Massachusetts Cost: Free with Museum admission (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 14 )
McKim Courtyard Boston Public Library 700 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02116 Wednesday, June 8, 2016, 6 – 7pm
Samuel Batista is an alto saxophone player born in Panama City, Panama, and the first musician in his family. In 2009, Batista won a full scholarship through the Panama Jazz Festival to participate in a five-week summer program at Berklee College of Music. He later was admitted to the Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico. In 2012, Batista moved to Boston to study at Berklee on the prestigious Presidential Scholarship. He is currently the bandleader of the Third Land Quintet, which formed in 2015. The quintet is in the process of recording its first EP.
Library: Central Library Neighborhood: Back Bay Type of Event: Concerts / Live Music Cost: Free Audience: All Ages Library Program Series: Concerts in the Courtyard More info: www.bpl.org…
When: Jun 8, 2016 12 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 00 )
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Boston Professional Section presents: SWE Boston Annual Banquet and The Role of Leadership and Change for Success Sponsored by Raytheon Company Presented by Lori A. Masso RSVP Date: June 1, 2016 Topic Overview Everyone has goals for his/her personal and professional growth, improvement and career advancement. However, having goals and dreams alone is not enough. Achieving success requires taking practical steps (and maybe some calculated risks), and these actions may require a different set of knowledge, skills and talent in order to progress forward. Lori Masso will walk us through her experiences and challenges learning new skills, changing roles and achieving success. Agenda 6:00 - 6:30 Registration and Networking 6:30 - 7:00 Dinner 7:00 - 8:00 SWE Welcome, Awards/Recognition, Introduction of New Officers, and Membership Meeting 8:00 - 9:00 Program Dinner will be provided. Vegetarian Option available. All attendees must register by the RSVP date June 1, 2016. Late Registration or attendance will not be permitted. Attendees must supply name, including middle name and the name of the company you work for. Citizenship information is also required. All attendees must present a government-issued picture id. Non-citizens with a Green Card should also show their Green Card. No cell phones, cameras, video cameras or recording devices of any kind allowed into the Raytheon Facility. All attendees will be required to sign a photo release form. About the Speaker Lori A. Masso is an engineering fellow for Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems (IDS). Masso is the Cyber Solutions and Integration (CSI) department manager in the System, Architecture, Design and Integration Directorate. Masso began her career at Raytheon Company in 2001 with the Patriot Surveillance team supporting requirements development for new algorithms, as well as providing site support to international customers. In 2005, she joined the Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) performance assessment team focusing on algorithm evaluation using high fidelity simulations. When the first forward-based AN/TPY-2 radar was deployed overseas, Masso transitioned to a new role in support of site installation and operator training. Since then, she has progressed into roles of increasing responsibility including systems engineering lead and chief engineer for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) Radar Exportability Program. In her role as chief engineer, her responsibilities included leading the design, development, integration, test and deployment of an exportable THAAD radar to its first foreign military sale customer. In July 2013, Masso co-authored an article for INCOSE INSIGHT outlining Raytheon's management initiatives to integrate systems and security engineering. In 2014, Masso was recognized with an Excellence in Engineering and Technology Award, Raytheon's most prestigious technical award, as a member of the UAE AN/TPY-2 Radar Exportability Build Process Team. In 2015, Masso received a SWE Emerging Leaders Award. Masso graduated from the College of the Holy Cross with a bachelor's degree in physics. She received her master's degree in physics in May 2005 from Tufts University through Raytheon's Advanced Study Program. About Raytheon Company Raytheon Company, with 2015 sales of $23 billion and 61,000 employees, is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, civil government and cybersecurity solutions. With a history of innovation spanning 94 years, Raytheon provides state-of-the-art electronics, mission systems integration, C5I™ products and services, sensing, effects, and mission support for customers in more than 80 countries. Raytheon is headquartered in Waltham, Mass. Visit us at www.raytheon.com and follow us on Twitter @Raytheon. Directions Raytheon Company, 235 Presidential Way, Woburn, MA 01801 From the EAST From Danvers, take MA-128 S for 12.1 miles. Merge onto I-93 N via exit number 37B toward Lawrence. • Take Exit 37C (Commerce Way/Atlantic Ave). • At the end of the off-ramp, proceed to the 1st stoplight and turn right onto Presidential Way. • Drive approximately 0.3 miles and the entrance to the new Raytheon facility is on the left. From Salem, take I-95/MA-128 S toward Boston and Waltham for 10 miles. • Merge onto I-93 N via exit number 37B toward Lawrence. • Take Exit 37C (Commerce Way/ Atlantic Ave). • At the end of the off-ramp, proceed to the 1st stoplight and turn right onto Presidential Way. • Drive approximately 0.3 miles and the entrance to the new Raytheon facility is on the left. From the WEST From Chelmsford, take I-495 N toward the Lawrence/Salisbury/Lowell Connector for 8.6 miles. • Merge onto I-93 S via exit number 40A toward Boston. • Follow I-93 S for 10.3 miles. • Take the 37C (Commerce Way/Atlantic Ave) exit. • At the end of the off-ramp, proceed to the 1st stoplight and turn right onto Presidential Way. • Drive approximately 0.3 miles and the entrance to the new Raytheon facility is on the left. From Bedford, follow MA-225 east to I-95/MA-128 N. • Take I-95/MA-128 N toward Burlington and Portsmouth, NH for approximately 7.4 miles. • Merge onto I-93 N via exit number 37B toward Concord, NH. • Follow this for 1.4 miles. • Take the Exit 37C (Commerce Way/Atlantic Ave) exit. • At the end of the off-ramp, proceed to the 1st stoplight and turn right onto Presidential Way. • Drive approximately 0.3 miles and the entrance to the new Raytheon facility is on the left. From the North (Tewksbury/Lowell and New Hampshire) or South (Boston and Logan Airport) North & South • Follow I-93 to Exit 37C (Commerce Way/Atlantic Ave). • At the end of the off-ramp, proceed to the 1st stoplight and turn right onto Presidential Way. • Drive approximately 0.3 miles and the entrance to the new Raytheon facility is on the left. PARKING AT RAYTHEON Stop at Gate House with Guard. Guard Entrance as shown on Map. Please have your current Federal or State Identification with Photo. No Camera, recording devices, phone, etc. are allowed into the facility. Proceed to the Spencer Parking Garage. Park on Level 1 or 2. Enter the Raytheon Facility at the Spencer Building.
When: Jun 8, 2016 6 PM in Woburn, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 18 )
Join us for an evening of conversation with Harpoon Brewery President Charlie Storey. Enjoy beer tastings, a short speaking program about Harpoon and College Bound Champions, then network with your fellow craft beer and College Bound enthusiasts (while tasting more beer of course). Come for College Bound and craft beer, stay for a pretzel and potential new connections! Guests must use the entrance on Seafood Way to access the tasting room. This entrance is located on the side of the building, opposite of where our parking lot is located. Guests are welcome to park in the Harpoon lots, in the parking garage across the street, or arrive by public transit on the Silver Line. This event isstrictly 21+ and everyone will need to show their ID. College Bound Champions is a networking group of young professionals eager to help College Bound Dorchester transform communities through education. Ticket price includes beer samples. All proceeds benefit College Bound Dorchester.
When: May 31, 2016 6 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Tue, 31 May 2016 18 )
Tony Martinez has been rocking the decks since he was a child and has over 15 years of experience. Tony has played at every major venue in Hollywood while also holding residency at the best of them. He routinely plays for A-List celebrities in clubs or private events. His hard work, passion, integrity and dedication have fueled his rise in DJ industry.
When: Jun 24, 2016 9 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 24 Jun 2016 21 )
Are you comfortable with your basic skills in Capture One but eager to explore and understand more of the exceptional power of the new features and improved processing engine in Capture One Pro 9? This is the class for you! Capture One Pro 9 is a professional RAW converter offering you ultimate image quality from more than 400 high-end cameras. It offers state-of-the-art tethered capture, powerful digital asset management, extensive adjustment tools and a flexible workflow. The highly responsive tools give you the power to create stunning images from your camera’s RAW files, in a time-saving workflow that can be customized to fit your needs. But, let’s be honest…this is a compete, but complex application and it takes time to grasp even the primary functions. Most people may only use about 15% of the tools in an application such as Capture One; but what secrets and time-savers lie within the other 85%. This is the class that can help you discover those hidden treasures that will help you create even better images and save more time in your image processing. We will explore all of the stations along the route including Capture setup, Exposure settings, Color, Local Adjustments, Metadata and Output in detail. You are sure to discover some tools you had previously overlooked and understand how each one can be used to optimize and enhance your favorite images. You will learn how to setup efficient workflows for various assignments and identify the right steps to take to achieve your photographic objectives. Our advanced program is perfect for digital techs, photographers and retouchers who are looking for intensive training in Capture One 9. Register today – class size is limited. Be honest with yourself…are you ready for this level? If you are not well-versed in the basics and experienced in using the fundamental tools in Capture One, it may be best to take our “Basics” class first or do additional study with the tutorials and videos on the PhaseOne.com website.
When: Jun 3, 2016 10 AM in Charlestown, Massachusetts (Fri, 03 Jun 2016 10 )
OBERON 2 Arrow St. Cambridge, MA 02138 Fri., June 24, 2016, 6:30 p.m.
Prime Cut Productions and Jade Sylvan present the apocalyptic lesbian sci-fi horror burlesque musical of the century!
It's finally here, the fringe, sexbomb, goretastic, spin off of b-camp burlesque Revenge of the Robot Battle Nuns...
SPIDER CULT THE MUSICAL!
With an original score by Catherine Capozzi, and featuring some of the BEST of the Boston Burlesque scene, Spider Cult is ready to rock your world, PITIFUL MORTALS!
Everyone knows Scout as the silent, and savage temptress from Revenge of the Robot Battle Nuns who leads our heroes astray, and captures them in her web of lust..... But who was she before the apocalypse? Where did her spider sisters come from? Was she always such an evil villainess, and if not.... what caused her to turn to a life of carnivorous corruption?
You have four chances at Oberon to find out.
Gazette Classification: Theater Organization/Sponsor: American Repertory Theater Directed By: Fem Bones Written By: Jade Sylvan Cost: $13 - 25 Ticket Web Link: americanrepertorytheater.org… Contact Info: Box Office: 617.547.8300, Administrative Office: 617.495.2668 More info: americanrepertorytheater.org…
When: Jun 24, 2016 6 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Fri, 24 Jun 2016 18 )
Sharon Community Chorus 2016 Pops Concert FAQ Where can I contact the organizer for tickets or more information? Visit our website at http://scc-ma.org to purchase tickets For more information, email: email@example.com Or call: 781-258-7082 How do I get my tickets? Pickup tickets at the door the night of the concert Doors open 30 minutes before the concert Will tickets be sold at the door? Tickets will be sold at the door for $17, based on availability How do I request special seating accommodations? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Jun 10, 2016 8 PM in Sharon, Massachusetts (Fri, 10 Jun 2016 20 )
SOFA KING FRIDAYS PRESENTS: Dzeko & Torres @ ROYALE SOUNDCLOUD | FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM FRIDAY, JUNE 3RD DRESS No shorts / hats / oversized baggy jeans / hoodies / boots / athletic wear Proper ID Required / 21+ Royale 279 Tremont St Boston, MA 02116 *Management has the right to refuse entry / No refunds of any kind all sales are final.
When: Jun 3, 2016 10 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 03 Jun 2016 22 )
K&L Gates Rising 2L Summer Happy Hour- Seattle, WA & Portland, OR
The Seattle & Portland offices of K&L Gates LLP cordially invite you to ourRising 2L Summer Happy HourPlease join other 1L law students from national law schools, K&L Gates lawyers, and law school and legal profession representatives for an evening of networking. This year, we’ll host two receptions on back-to-back dates starting in Seattle and then moving to Portland. You are welcome to join us in either (or both!) locations for an evening of networking and fun.
Our Seattle Office
Established in 1883, the Seattle office of K&L Gates is both the city’s oldest and one of its largest law offices. It offers clients a full spectrum of legal services to emerging, middle-market, and capital market participants as well as nonprofit, governmental, and private clients. Selected areas of service include: corporate, litigation, electronic discovery, intellectual property, labor and employment, benefits, bankruptcy, energy, real estate, environmental, land use, and tax. We hope you’ll join us for this opportunity to meet some of our lawyers working in these areas, and get to know us as an office and a firm.The evening will begin with a tour of our Seattle office and an introduction to some of our partners at 4:00 p.m., followed by a networking reception at 4:30 p.m. at Frolik Restaurant and Bar. Beer, wine, soft drinks, and appetizers will be served.
Our Portland Office
For more than 25 years, the lawyers of K&L Gates’ Portland office have been serving clients with innovative legal solutions to business challenges. In addition to its unique commercial landscape, Portland stands as a critical gateway for trade with the Asia Pacific region. With its unparalleled global reach, the Portland office of K&L Gates offers a unique platform for our clients’ most complex international commercial and transactional matters. We provide services to leading national and international businesses in connection with their interests in the Pacific Northwest, as well to regional companies seeking to expand their business onto the national or international stage.The evening will begin with a tour of our Portland office and an introduction to some of our partners at 4:00 p.m., followed by a networking reception at 4:30 p.m. on the roof deck of our Portland office. Beer, wine, soft drinks, and appetizers will be served. Business casual attire is suggested.
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Seattle Date:June 8, 20164:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Seattle Location:K&L Gates LLP925 Fourth AvenueSuite 2900 Seattle, WA 98104
Portland Date:June 9, 20164:00 - 6:00 p.m.
K&L Gates LLPOne SW Columbia StreetSuite 1900Portland, OR 97258 When4:00 pm to 6:00 pm on Wednesday, June 8, 2016LocationThe Seattle & Portland offices of K&L Gates LLP
When: Jun 8, 2016 4 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 16 )
"Beautiful music that is subtly poignant, elegantly funky, and haunting without trying to be. Their songs are direct yet often take unexpected and colorful harmonic twists and turns, delighting the ear." Nels Cline (Wilco, Nels Cline Singers) Max Hatt / Edda Glass features ethereal guitar, an unmistakeable voice, and the duos award-winning Jazz Americana compositions. We want to write about a world both intimate and vast, about little people on great plains, says Glass. Plus sometimes we throw in a little Bossa Nova. Their 2016 Ocean of Birds Tour kicks off with NPR Mountain Stage and takes them across the country and several genres, from the jazz clubs of Manhattan to Nashvilles record stores and New Englands folk fests. Based in Santa Fe, NM, the duo first hit the national stage at NYCs Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, where they won the 2014 Grand-Prize of the international Mountain Stage / NewSong Competition. Produced by Pat Sansone of Wilco & Autumn Defense, Ocean of Birds releases May 20th on NewSong Recordings, and is available for pre-order at PledgeMusic [ http://www.pledgemusic.com/maxhatteddaglass ] . I was mesmerized from the first moment I heard them. They have the ability to create a deep sonic landscape with only voice and guitar, with songs that possess a mysterious and soulful magic. ~ Pat Sansone (Wilco, Autumn Defense). like paintings or hand printed photographs that speak and sway. The material is hypnotic and comforting, because it is crafted with patience, wit and seasoned love." ~ Lizz Wright Mesmerizing cinematic folk-jazz ~ ASCAPs Playback Magazine, in review of their 2015 Sundance Film Festival performance. Entrancingprofoundstorytellers - NY Theatre Guide
When: Jun 8, 2016 8 PM to Jun 8, 2016 10 PMin Boston, Massachusetts Cost: 12 - 15 USD (Wed, 08 Jun 2016 20 )
What's powering the tide of innovation in consumer health? A generational shift toward mobile connectivity, technology advancements that allow for big data processing and analytics, and changes to healthcare models are all part of this massive shift; how does your company fit in? Are you positioned to catch the wave? Join Johnson & Johnson Innovation for a discussion about positioning your company for innovation success. Topics include the digital trends of the connected consumer, business model considerations and scaling, as well as integrating multiple inputs in order to keep the consumer at the center of your solution. Agenda: 3:30pm | Registration Open & Networking 4:00pm | Panel Discussion 5:30pm | Networking Reception 6:00pm | Program Close Speakers Stefanie Dhanda | Sr. Director, Consumer Scientific Innovation, Johnson & Johnson Innovation read bio» Robin Heffernan | CEO, Epidemico read bio» Carla Small | Sr. Director of Innovation, Boston Children's Hospital read bio» Hyuk-Jeen Suh | Head, East Coast Samsung Ventures read bio» [moderator] Cris De Luca | Digital Health Innovation Leader, Johnson & Johnson Innovation read bio» Who should attend: Consumer/digital health companies and startups, entrepreneurs, advisors & investors. Fees: $35 | General Public $20 | Student/Academic $45 | At the door Location: Microsoft 4th Floor Multi-purpose rooms 255 Main Street Cambridge, MA Speakers' Biographies: Stefanie Dhanda | Senior Director, Consumer Scientific Innovation, Johnson & Johnson Innovation Stefanie is Senior Director of Consumer Scientific Innovation at Johnson & Johnson Innovation, Boston. Stefanie leads Consumer sector efforts to grow and maintain a portfolio of innovative external partnerships, collaborations and investments for the benefit of J&J's Consumer businesses, which currently reach across broad and diverse sectors such as oral care, compromised skin, baby and maternal health, personal care and beauty, an OTC platform anchored in pain relief, cough/cold, and digestive health, as well as digital health platforms. Previously, Stefanie was a Managing Director at Stonebridge Associates, a Boston-based investment banking firm that she helped found in 1996. She has over 20 years of experience in providing strategic and financial advisory services to small and midsized family-owned and growth companies in the consumer and healthcare sectors. Within that role she led mergers and acquisitions engagements, raised capital, defined business and financial strategy, performed complex due diligence and negotiated strategic alliances. In addition, Stefanie was independently consulting with several innovative startup and early-stage companies focused on the nutrition, health and wellness sector. Prior to Stonebridge, she worked at the Bank of New York. Stefanie has a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Operations & Strategic Management from Boston College. Connect with Stefanie: ^ Back to Speakers' list ^ Robin Heffernan, Ph.D. | CEO, Epidemico Robin Heffernan is a serial entrepreneur, former Venture Capitalist and strategy consultant focused on fundamentally shifting the healthcare cost curve and increasing healthcare access. Most recently, Dr. Heffernan was a Senior Associate at Flybridge Capital Partners where she drove investments in two major industries: healthcare and energy-related technologies. In addition to supporting investments in existing companies, Dr. Heffernan designed, launched and supporting early operations for two new companies: Predilytics - a healthcare analytics firm, and Sample6 - a company at the intersection of synthetic biology, data modeling and visualization. Prior to Flybridge, Dr. was a business strategy consultant for The Boston Consulting Group (BCG). While at BCG, Dr. Heffernan focused primarily in the healthcare industry, serving top tier, global pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturers as well as health care insurance payers. She engaged in a wide variety of project work including: strategic planning and corporate development, marketing and sales, and operational transformation. Dr. Heffernan completed her dissertation studies at Harvard, leading a multi-disciplinary project team, in coordination with NASA, to develop novel approaches for monitoring, predicting, and controlling global climate change. Her work included design and construction of innovative flight instruments, and also the field testing of these instruments internationally. Dr. Heffernan also earned a B.A. from Harvard in Chemistry, with highest honors. Connect with Robin: ^ Back to Speakers' list ^ Carla Small | Senior Director of Innovation, Boston Children's Hospital Carla E. Small is Senior Director of Innovation at Boston Children's Hospital. Since joining Boston Children's, Carla has overseen the transition of the innovation program into the Innovation & Digital Health Accelerator (IDHA), a multi-disciplinary team that builds and scales market competitive digital health technologies. "We have sharpened our focus on accelerating and commercializing the transformative ideas of Boston Children's clinicians and researchers, but today we're also making a strategic decision to expand our reach through partnerships with industry and startups." IDHA is translating Boston Children's know-how into clinical decision support tools in partnership with Amazon, Withings, IBM Watson and GE, and is working with Rock Health to speed up the development of pediatric-focused digital health technologies. Carla joined Boston Children's in 2013, bringing extensive industry knowledge in health care, marketing, and business strategy as a consultant to start-up, mid-cap and Fortune 500 companies. She launched and ran her own health care strategy consulting firm, and before that was a consultant with Health Advances, consulting to medical device, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, diagnostic and direct-service health care providers. She also served on the Consumer Marketing Advisory Board for Medtronic Diabetes. Carla is on the School Board for Codman Academy Charter Public School in Dorchester, MA. Previously, she worked at a startup, Work/Family Directions, where she launched a series of nationwide groundbreaking work-family benefits promoting a diverse, engaged workforce. Carla received her MBA from the Harvard Business School and her undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College. Connect with Carla: ^ Back to Speakers' list ^ Hyuk-Jeen Suh, Ph.D., MBA | Head, Samsung Ventures East Coast Hyuk-Jeen Suh is the Head of the Samsung Ventures East Coast office bringing over 20 years of industry experience in consumer electronics, biotech, and semiconductor. Before joining Samsung Ventures, Hyuk-Jeen worked at J.P. Morgan investment banking in the Technology, Media, and Telecom group. Prior to J.P. Morgan, he was the global senior business development and marketing manager at MEMSIC, a semiconductor startup with clients in the automobile and consumer electronics industry. He led the global marketing strategy which contributed to the successful IPO of MEMSIC in 2007. Prior to joining MEMSIC, Hyuk-Jeen was a senior research engineer at Sequenom, a biotech startup. He conducted research on DNA biochips and led joint venture projects with Hitachi and Samsung to design high-throughput bio instruments. He began his career at Intel Corporation as a process engineer, leading yield improvement projects which contributed to one of the highest yield rates in Intel history for the Pentium microprocessor. He advises startup companies and is a mentor at various startup accelerators. He is a guest speaker at universities including Harvard University, Yale University, and MIT and judges for the MIT $100K entrepreneurship competition. Hyuk-Jeen earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering, focusing on Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He earned his MBA from Yale School of Management. He holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering, B.A in economics and M.E in electrical engineering, all from Cornell University. Connect with Hyuk-Jeen: ^ Back to Speakers' list ^ [moderator] Cris De Luca, MS | Digital Health Innovation Leader, Johnson & Johnson Innovation Cris is the Digital Health Innovation Leader at Johnson & Johnson Innovation, Boston where he is responsible for external healthcare technology innovation strategy and new ventures. Cris was previously Associate Director at Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research where he led a Research Informatics organization building social computing and emerging technology programs. In 2010, Cris Co-Founded the largest startup venture pitch competition in the U.S. called Ultra Light Startups, accelerating hundreds of bootstrapping entrepreneurs in New England, New York, and Silicon Valley. Cris was recognized by the Boston Business Journal as a 40 Under 40 game changer and an honoree of MedTech Boston's 40 Under 40 Healthcare Innovators line-up. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Suffolk University and a Master of Science in Computer Information Systems from Boston University. Connect with Cris: ^ Back to Speakers' list ^
When: Jun 29, 2016 3 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Wed, 29 Jun 2016 15 )
Sponsored by: Boston Cares Minimum age: 18 MLK Summer Scholars Menino Leadership Forum Registration Volunteers Join us for the 2016 session MLK Summer Scholars program as a Registration Volunteer. For four Fridays this summer, 10-12 registration volunteers are needed to greet, check-in, update attendance, and distribute materials for 600 you . . .
When: Jul 29, 2016 8 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Fri, 29 Jul 2016 08 )
Sponsored by: Boston Cares Minimum age: 18 *PLEASE NOTE: This opportunity is for NEW VOLUNTEERS ONLY (those who have NOT previously attended an Orientation). If you are already an active volunteer and would like to volunteer at Daily Table, please click here.*Boston Cares is a flexible volunteer agency that connects individuals with voluntee . . .
When: Jun 26, 2016 1 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sun, 26 Jun 2016 13 )
Sponsored by: WGBH Minimum age: 21 Wednesday, June 29: Stories from the Stage: Endless SummerLocation: WGBH StudiosDescription: WGBH and massmouth have teamed up to produce an exciting new event series we're calling Stories from the Stage. This June, Summer is on our mind: BBQs, outdoor adventures, summer camp coming-of-age stories . . . . . .
When: Jun 29, 2016 6 PM in Brighton, Massachusetts (Wed, 29 Jun 2016 18 )
Sponsored by: Boston Landmarks Orchestra Minimum age: 10 Ushers: distribute programs and help count the number of concert attendeesSurveyors: conduct surveys to determine who attends our concertsAmbassadors: assist people with disabilities and the elderly as they arrive and departRunners: help at our Information Tent with chair rentals and other tasks as . . .
When: Aug 3, 2016 5:15:00 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Wed, 03 Aug 2016 17:15:00 )
Sponsored by: AnB Education Minimum age: 25 My name is Michelle and I am a Host Family Coordinator with AnB Education. We are a Non-Profit Organization looking for willing host families in your area. We wanted to reach out with this opportunity to host an international exchange student in your local community.Every year thousands of host fami . . .
When: Aug 19, 2016 12 AM in Haverhill, Massachusetts (Fri, 19 Aug 2016 00 )
Sponsored by: Horizons for Homeless Children - Northeast Region Minimum age: 16 Horizons for Homeless Children, a non-profit dedicated to improve the lives of homeless children in Massachusetts, is seeking volunteers to play with children living in family homeless shelters in the Northeast region of Massachusetts, including shelters in Lowell, Lawrence, Haverhill, Gloucester, S . . .
When: May 26, 2016 12 AM in Peabody, Massachusetts (Thu, 26 May 2016 00 )
Sponsored by: Charles River Valley Minimum age: 18 Opportunity OverviewThe Trustees is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to work with visitors during public events at Powisset Farm. From May to December, Powisset Farm hosts a variety of public programs. Because these programs attract numerous visitors, our volunteers play a vital role in providing . . .
When: May 30, 2016 9 AM in Dover, Massachusetts (Mon, 30 May 2016 09 )
Sponsored by: Newton Athletes Unlimited Minimum age: 18 Challenger Baseball is affiliated with Newton Little League to enable boys and girls with developmental and physical disabilities to play baseball. Challenger games can be played as tee ball, coach pitch, player pitch or a combination of all 3. This group of 4-14 year olds will make your day!Volunte . . .
When: Jun 18, 2016 4 PM in Newton Center, Massachusetts (Sat, 18 Jun 2016 16 )
Sponsored by: The American Cancer Society Minimum age: 15 The American Cancer Society’s 24th annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer in Boston (facebook.com/BostonMSABC ) is set for Sunday, October 2, 2016 at the DCR Hatch Shell. The special fundraising walk unites the community to honor and celebrate breast cancer survivors, educates women about the . . .
When: Oct 1, 2016 3 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sat, 01 Oct 2016 15 )
Sponsored by: Boston Cares Minimum age: 18 ServiceWorks, powered by Boston Cares in partnership with AmeriCorps, the Citi Foundation and Points of Light, is a groundbreaking, national program that engages 16-24 year olds in Skill Building, Volunteering, and Success Coaching as strategies to help address barriers to youth economic opportunity . . .
When: May 26, 2016 12 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Thu, 26 May 2016 12 )
Sponsored by: Northfield Mount Hermon Minimum age: 21 Make a difference in the lives of first generation/low-income college bound students in Western Massachusetts. Tutor, mentor, assist with college applications, events, college trips, cultural trips, and many projects that help us increase our capacity. Serve on a dynamic team of professionals and le . . .
When: Aug 15, 2016 9 AM in Northfield, Massachusetts (Mon, 15 Aug 2016 09 )
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