• coronavirus pandemic May 23, 2020

    Airtight Prep for Nationally Acclaimed Local Bowler

    Sean Basler from the South Shore breaks down to Kevin Walsh how he keeps up with training during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • bowling May 19, 2020

    Worcester's Last Candlepin Bowling Alley Closes Due to Coronavirus

    The last candlepin bowling alley in the Massachusetts city where the sport was invented is closing, and management says the coronavirus pandemic is to blame. Colonial Bowling Center in Worcester is shuttering for good, manager Paul Wambach told The Telegram & Gazette on Monday. The fall to spring season provides most of the alley’s revenue, Wambach said, but the...

  • energy Apr 9, 2019

    Caught in Southie's Guide to the Boston Marathon

    Boston Marathon weekend in the city is filled with energy and pride! There’s a lot happening all around town and this guide is filled with special deals, discounts, specialties, where to eat and drink, street closings and volunteer opportunities in the neighborhood! This guide will be updated daily – so make sure to check back! Carbo-load How does bottomless pasta…

  • BOSTON Apr 1, 2019

    Last Call at Tom English's!

    Stop by this weekend for last call at Tom English’s! Written by Mike Neff Stop by Tom English’s on Dot Avenue this week and grab a bucket of beers while you still can! The beloved dive bar will close its doors this coming weekend after more than 40 years of providing cheap drinks and good times in the Dorchester...

  • New Year's Day Dec 20, 2018

    New Year's Eve Picks: Where to Ring in 2018!

    And just like that, 2018 is almost over. New Year’s Eve is the biggest party night of the year. But why not skip the frenzy downtown, the struggle for a cab and the fight for a drink and stay local?

  • food Aug 31, 2018

    Happenings in Dorchester Labor Day Weekend

    Eat:In celebration of National Eat Outside Day on August 31st, we put together a list of some of our favorite Dot restaurants with outdoor dining spaces. Grab a friend or two and spend the afternoon soaking up the sunshine. Drink:As summer draws to a close, head to Yellow Door for their frozen sangria! It’s housemade sangria blended to perfection!...

  • New England Aug 9, 2018

    Weekend Happenings in Southie

    Do:European Style! For the first time ever, come enjoy a European-style market at The Lawn On D featuring a farmers market, a cut flower stand, a mini car show, and roving street performers: jugglers, face painters, magicians, and aerialists! Plus, delicious food, drinks, lawn games, and live music throughout the day on Saturday, August 11th beginning at 12 pm. Visit…

  • Russia Jun 14, 2018

    Caught in Southie: Father's Day Weekend Picks

    Do:It’s the Lawn on D Signature Event Series: Lawn of Champions featuring Citizens Bank Community Partners on June 16th beginning at 12noon. Come see the Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins, New England Revolution, Boston Cannons, Boston Breakers, championship trophies! There will be giveaways, interactive experiences basketball hoops, soccer goal shoot-out, fast pitch setup, slapshot challenge, and mini golf competition! We also...

  • BOSTON Apr 10, 2018

    Caught in Southie: Week of April 10th

    Ice scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Enjoy #FreeConeDay at Ben & Jerry’s on April 10th from 11am – 10pm. Stop by the Seaport location at 83 Seaport Boulevard. Be informed. Get involved. Get introduced to the Moakley Park Vision Plan at an open house on Tuesday, April 11th from 6:30pm-8:30pm at the Tierney Learning Center. What would...

  • New Hampshire Sep 26, 2017

    Patriots Explain Decisions to Kneel, Link Arms During National Anthem

    Some New England Patriots players are explaining their decisions to kneel or stand and link arms during the national anthem ahead of Sunday’s game at Gillette Stadium.

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