THE ALL NEW BOSTON BOARDIES GATHERING THREAD
Posted 01 September 2011 - 06:07 PM
Posted on August 30, 2011 by J. PAT Email
We don’t want to sound bitter or nothing, but gee, it sure would have been nice to have been a child prodigy. Now, don’t get us wrong, we were plenty good at plenty of things back when we were twelve—for the record, we will fuck your shit up in tether-ball—but were good at the sort of things you’re supposed to be good at twelve. Not like, say, calculus. Or thoracic surgery. Or bluegrass mandolin, which would be Sierra Hull’s area of expertise, and the thing that got her touring when she was barely double-digits. Now, this wundercutie is at Berklee, and courtesy of them, will be mandolin-in’ gratis at Kendall.
[Thu 9.1.11. 300 Athenaeum St., Boston. 6pm/free. @sierrahull. berklee.edu]
Posted 08 September 2011 - 08:40 PM
Release Date: Opens in Theaters Friday, October 14, 2011
Rating: NR: Not Rated
September 12, 2011 at 7:00PM
REGAL FENWAY THEATRE (GREEN LINE TO FENWAY STOP)
Missy, if you wanted to take the girls I have four passes to this showing.
Posted 09 September 2011 - 11:07 AM
Posted 20 September 2011 - 07:51 PM
Booty Vortex knows how to bring the good vibes and good times with their mix of funk and disco.Columbus bring authentic 70’s funk/soul with a deep love of the pioneers like James Brown, George Clinton, and Sly & The Family Stone. With tight horns, unyielding rhythm section and expressive vocals, Columbus will have you dancing.The Donkey Show, a smash hit at Cambridge’s A.R.T. Oberon theater, is a magical disco romp inspired by A Midsummer Night’s Dream. It’s crazy circus of mirror balls and feathered divas, of roller skaters and hustle queens.It's not the Fluff Festival unless there's some fancy broads to class up the joint. This year the tough gals of the <A href="http://www.bostonderbydames.com/"><FONT color=#0060ff>Boston Derby Dames
Posted 03 November 2011 - 04:36 PM
FOR DUNKIN' K-CUP LOVERS BOSTON CASTING is looking for DUNKIN' coffee lovers
who use DUNKIN' K-CUPS and
have a Keurig at home or at the office for
a National Commercial.
AGE RANGE: 25-50.
PLEASE BRING A RECENT PHOTO OF YOURSELF.
We are looking for fun and energetic people who are passionate about their DUNKIN' K-CUPS.
I don't drink Coffee personally....
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5th
at Boston Casting: 129 Braintree St. Suite 107.
Allston, MA 02134.
Visit bostoncasting.com for directions.
Posted 09 November 2011 - 09:46 PM
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (November 9, 2011) - Veterans and active military can enjoy Veterans Day with a trip to Patriot Place. On Friday, Nov. 11, The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon will offer free admission to all veterans and active service men and women. Next door at CBS Scene, veterans, active military and their families will receive a complimentary appetizer and 20 percent off their meal*.
Since opening in September 2008, The Hall and its partner Raytheon have offered free admission to military personnel each Veterans Day and Memorial Day. Military personnel were also offered free admission in 2010 during an extension of the traveling exhibit “Pro Football and the American Spirit,” which told the story of professional football players and personnel who served our nation in the military from WWII to Desert Storm and the conflict in Afghanistan.
Prior to or following their visit to The Hall, veterans and active military are invited to enjoy a meal at CBS Scene, where the magic of television is combined with the joy of food and drink. Each booth at CBS Scene is equipped with a TV and a controller that allows diners to choose from more than 20 channels of content.
Other discounts and opportunities at Patriot Place for Veterans Day will be available at www.Patriot-Place.com.
Posted 10 November 2011 - 03:26 PM
Shooting dates are Monday and Tuesday, November 21 and 22.
You may commit to one or both days.
Both sessions are being filmed in the afternoon,
between approximately 1pm and 5 pm.
There are some extras needed on Monday morning as well.
Filming takes place in the Waltham area,
so you need to be able to transport yourself there.
There is a modest honorarium ($25) paid to all extras.
Interested? Available? Email your headshot or recent photo
WITH DETAILS OF YOUR AVAILABILITY ON NOVEMBER 21 & 22 to:
Posted 17 January 2012 - 06:47 PM
Boston Casting is seeking women from South Boston for a new Reality Show called "Southies"
We are looking for a group of women, between the ages of 21-35. We are looking for sisters or lifelong friends who are proud of their hometown, their neighborhood and their history.
We are looking for blue collar, hard working, good looking, wise cracking, tough talking girls from Southie who like to have a good time.
If this sounds like you and your sisters or group of friends, please send an email to BostonCastingSouthies@Gmail.com.
Also, if you would like to nominate someone to us, please email us with their contact information and we would be happy to reach out to them.
APPLICANTS MUST CURRENTLY RESIDE IN SOUTH BOSTON
Please be sure to include photos, contact info, ages and a description of your relationship. Also be sure to include a brief writeup on your love for South Boston and what makes you the PERFECT candidates to represent the women of Southie.
All submissions should be sent to BostonCastingSouthies@Gmail.com.
Those selected for an interview will be contacted directly.
Posted 21 February 2012 - 02:51 PM
***NOT FOR PRESS***
Boston Casting is currently seeking the following for a Television Pilot:
Caucasian Coachmen, ages 20-50, who can drive a team of horses.
Caucasian Female Burlesque Dancers, ages 20-30 who perform with a feather fan.
Please send a photo and brief description of your experience to Ashley@Bostoncasting.com to be considered for an audition. Please be sure to include your contact information.
If cast, job shoots in March and pays AFTRA Scale.
***NOT FOR PRESS***
Posted 23 January 2013 - 08:25 PM
Que intersante or whatever:
Panera Cares cafe is now officially open in Boston
By Chris Reidy, Globe Staff
The Panera Bread Foundation said its Panera Cares cafe in Boston is now officially open.
A recent Globe story described how this cafe differs from most others in a chain of more than 1,600 restaurants: “There is no cash register at the Panera cafe near Government Center in Boston. There are no prices either — just suggested donations and bins to leave money, if you can afford to.”
At the cafe at 3 Center Plaza, the idea is to provide a place where everyone can eat with dignity, regardless of their ability to pay.
In a statement, Ron Shaich, founder, chairman, and co-chief executive of Panera Bread, said: “This community cafe is a gift to the community that was funded by Panera. All of the build-out costs – nearly $1 million – were covered by the company. Panera donated the cafe to the Panera Bread Foundation and will operate it on behalf of the foundation. Now that the site is open, it’s up to the community to sustain it. All consumers have to do is cover its direct operating costs. They do so by donating for their meals and leaving a little bit more if they’re able to help cover the costs of the meals of customers who cannot contribute. This is a pay-it-forward model and will only work if the community supports it and one another.”
Posted 08 May 2013 - 05:16 PM
May 8, 2013