Tonight, Inquiry welcomes back JEFFREY BENNETT. He served as the first director of the Program in Quantitative Reasoning and Mathematical Sills at the University of Colorado. He holds a PhD in astrophysics and is the author of several books. His latest children’s book is titled THE WIZARD WHO SAVED THE WORLD is a wonderful science-based book that encourages young readers to get involved in mathematics, science and to help solve the world’s large scale problems. MATH FOR LIFE: CRUCIAL IDEAS YOU DIDN’T LEARN IN SCHOOL is a book for adult math phobics and math loathers.
Marty Rowen rolls his mighty Hammond B-3 organ in for a super cool jazzy-bluesy night. Mr. Rowan has a street level music degree, a musical education that you can't get in schools. Sweet, hip and very bluesy. Rowen MySpace
With seventeen members this band makes a huge sound with the full color and excitement of great big band music. Clark and Thomas join together with the best players in the Boston scene to make a giant swinging and funky machine.Website: Click to Visit
Carlos is a masterful saxophonis and composer, whose band produces passionate combustable Latin Jazz. In Havana, Cuba Carlos was born to the family of legendary Cuban musician and former member of Irakere, Carlos Averhoff. Carlos is a masterful saxophonis and composer, whose band produces passionate combustable Latin Jazz. In Havana, Cuba Carlos was born to the family of legendary Cuban musician and former member of Irakere, Carlos Averhoff. Website: Click to Visit
"Laissez les bons temps rouler!" is a Cajun expression meaning "Let the good times roll!" It strongly conveys the "joie de vivre" ("joy of living") attitude of The Beehive's 5th annual Mardi Gras celebration being held on Tuesday, February 21st, 2012. The South End hot spot has spared no expense in making this year's festivities as authentic as possible. Diners and party go'ers can look forward to the groovin' gumbo sounds of Danny Heath and Wali Ali, that will be sure to keep the crowd singing and swinging all night long. Live music 7:30pm
Exciting and intimate, The Beehive's live dinner jazz set features world-class musical artists as the perfect complement to a delightful meal or cocktails...
Feb. 16th - Marty Rowen rolls his mighty Hammond B-3 organ in for some super cool blues. Mr. Rowen has a street level music degree...a musical education that you can't get in schools. Sweet, hip and very bluesy.
Feb. 17th - Profound drummer and composer Gary Fieldman brings his new project, Bagels the Dog, to The Beehive once again. This jazz music is agile, edgy and.....great! Woof!