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Posts Tagged ‘Boston Events’

Dispatch Marks Comback With A Fresh New Album

Dispatch Marks Comback With A Fresh New Album

Posted by Andrew on August 24th, 2012

I can place myself to the exact moment when I first learned of Dispatch. It was around 2003 and there were lots of acoustic-based singer songwriter types clogging up the radio stations. But one day, skipping class a friend played me “The General” and I stopped him and had to ask, “Who is this?”. (more)
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Red Sox Put Adrian Gonzalez on Waivers

Posted by Andy on August 24th, 2012

Boston first baseman Adrian Gonzalez was placed on trade waivers and claimed by the Los Angeles Dodgers earlier this afternoon.  The Red Sox have 72 hours to pull Gonzalez back off of waivers, work out a trade with the Dodgers, or allow the Dodgers to simply pickup his contract. The eight-year veteran has $127 million and six years remaining on his current deal. (more)
Peter Gabriel Takes So Back To The Stage

Peter Gabriel Takes So Back To The Stage

Posted by Andrew on August 23rd, 2012

In 1986 Peter Gabriel, former lead singer of Genesis, released his groundbreaking album So. Already five albums into his solo career, So saw Gabriel producing songs more pop oriented such as “In Your Eyes” and the legendary “Sledgehammer”, which produced the most played music video ever on MTV. (more)
The Brothers of The Sun Tour Will Help Ring In Summers Close

The Brothers of The Sun Tour Will Help Ring In Summers Close

Posted by Andrew on August 23rd, 2012

Kenny Chesney, the country singer whose known for his massive amount of country no.1′s just as much as he is for not wearing a shirt. Tim McGraw, another country superstar whose married to a country superstar (the lovely Faith Hill) is also know for his string of hits as well as his leather pants. (more)
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Celtics Officially Sign Jeff Green

Posted by Andy on August 23rd, 2012

The Boston Celtics have improved their roster once again this offseason, officially singing forward Jeff Green after over a month of contract negotiations. The new deal is rumored to be for four years and approximately $36 million. (more)
Electrify Your Mind With Jack White

Electrify Your Mind With Jack White

Posted by Andrew on August 22nd, 2012

“Jack White is the coolest, weirdest, savviest rock star of our time” said Josh Eells of the New York Times back in April and I can’t argue with him. Being a huge fan of White’s first foray into music with the band The White Stripes, I was giddy like a young schoolboy when news broke of Jack White releasing a proper solo album. (more)
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Red Sox Wear No. 6 in Honor of Johnny Pesky

Posted by Andy on August 22nd, 2012

Although there isn’t much to talk or be excited about in regards to this year’s Boston Red Sox, the Fenway Faithful was treated to a special night on Tuesday as the organization payed tribute to the legendary Johnny Pesky, who died last Monday at the age of 92. (more)
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Celtics Add Jay Larranaga to Coaching Staff

Posted by Andy on August 21st, 2012

The Boston Celtics have reportedly just hired Jay Larranaga as an assistant coach. The former head coach of the NBA Developmental League’s Erie Bayhawks led the team to a 60-40 record over the past two seasons. He is the son of University of Miami basketball head coach Jim Larranaga. (more)
When Weird Meets Strange and What Happens Afterward; David Byrne and St. Vincent

When Weird Meets Strange and What Happens Afterward; David Byrne and St. Vincent

Posted by Andrew on August 21st, 2012

Not that I mean to label any of these great artists but, to be completely honest their music leans more towards the art-rock category than anything else I’ve ever heard. And from what I’ve heard so far off the upcoming collaborative album that’s set to come out on Sept. 11, the combination of these two artists was meant to be. (more)
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Patriots Fall to Eagles 27-17

Posted by Andy on August 21st, 2012

Rookie QB Ryan Mallett connected with Alex Silvestro for touchdown 1:16 into the second quarter, but a pair of costly turnovers soon after resulted in the Philadelphia Eagles win Monday night’s preseason contest 27-17 over the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. The Pats fumbled twice at the end of the half, which ultimately gift wrapped an extra 14 points for the Eagles to find themselves back in the game. (more)