BroadwayWorld Boston recently announced the winners of its 2013 Theater Awards, as voted by the public. The American Repertory Theater dominated the competition with awards for Pippin (Best Actress in a Musical Rachel Bay Jones, Best Costume Design, Best Musical, and more), All the Way (Best Actor Bryan Cranston, Best New Play, pictured) and The Glass Menagerie (Best Actress in a Play Celia Keenan-Bolger, Best Director John Tiffany, Best Sound Design).
Want the inside scoop on Boston? Look no further than the ultimate
experts: The city's concierges. We chatted with Betty Salemme, the head
concierge at the Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center about being an ambassador for Boston.
Boston is getting a taste of spring this weekend, but don’t get too comfortable—it’s going to be short-lived. All the more reason to get out and enjoy yourself, we say. Here are some of the weekend’s top events.
As far as Paul Wahlberg is concerned, his brothers Mark and Donnie can
have Hollywood; he’s perfectly happy in Hingham. The chef and owner of
South Shore restaurants Wahlburgers and Alma Nove has never felt the
urge to follow in his little brothers’ footsteps, so it’s a bit ironic
that he’s now co-starring in a new reality TV show.
How many different kinds of wine do you think you can try in one day? Fifteen? Fifty? How about 1,800? That’s how many international varieties you’ll find at the Boston Wine Expo, the largest consumer wine expo in the United States. Time to sharpen those sniffing and sipping skills.
While Boston’s own dreams of a casino remain in limbo, one of the biggest casinos in the country is just a short jaunt away. Located in Uncasville, Connecticut, Mohegan Sun offers gambling, entertainment, shopping, dining, and more.