Dr. Jared Sims, (Dr. of music that is), fleshes out the sound of many different projects from big bands to funk units. Jared premieres his new Latin project tonight lending his huge sax tone to simmering grooves.
Sting! XIII: Indoor, Outdoor... An Evening of Art, Music and Performance
The Beehive's co-owner and resident curator Jennifer Epstein will host the 13th installment in The Beehive's continuing art series entitled, Sting! 13: Indoor, Outdoor. In sync with the change of season, when those of us in New England hold tightly to the last days of summer yet look forward with anticipation to the new colors and temperatures ushered in with the fall.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. See how the Healing Garden helps our neighbors who are experiencing cancer. Join us in a Homecoming Celebration. Bring the whole family for a special afternoon of refreshments, music, movement, and art, and learn more about the Healing Garden and the Just ‘Cause Walk. We will be honoring our clients, present and alumni, and celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Just ‘Cause Walk, benefactor of the Healing Garden and Mass General’s Gillette Center for Women's Cancers. Rain or Shine.
IN 1835, the capital of the United States was known as Washington City. The President at that time was Andrew Jackson, who was pro-slavery. But at least 4000 inhabitants of the city were former slaves called “free men”. Racial tensions and relations in the Washington City reflected the conflicted feelings of the country as a whole. There were many white people who still believed in slavery of course; but others who thought we should end slavery but send the Black Americans back to Africa.
Tonight on Inquiry we welcome writer, editor and chef TAMAR ADLER. Her new ground breaking book AN EVERLASTING MEAL: COOKING WITH ECONOMY AND GRACE is definitely not a cookbook, though there are many recipes in it. Instead, her book follows in the tradition of past writers like M.F.K. Fisher in describing a refreshing different attitude about food and cooking that is “both simpler and more necessary than we imagine.” Tune in and learn about Adler’s evolving notions about cooking and hear her read a selection from her book.