THE ALL NEW BOSTON BOARDIES GATHERING THREAD
Posted 24 June 2010 - 02:19 PM
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Powderhouse Productions is currently in production of DOGS vs CATS, a special which will air on Animal Planet. DOGS vs CATS is an all out one hour quest to answer the burning question that has polarized the world for centuries...which species is superior: the dog or the cat?
We are looking for Dog or Cat owners to take a side on a shoot which will take place at a boxing gym. Dog and Cat owners should be opinionated and willing stand in their animals corner. They will argue against a rival dog or cat owner in regards to which animal is best and why.
This is extra work, which is unpaid. However, it is great opportunity for national exposure on an Animal Planet program. The shoot will take place in Boston Ma. on June 27th & call times will be staggered over the course of the day.
Those interested in this great opportunity can email Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DOGS vs CATS will be overloaded with the best and the down right worst feline and canine attributes - sprinkled with loads of tidbits and unique facts, funny stories, zany cat and dog owners, celebrity & expert enthusiasts and some of the best YouTube videos on the web.
To find out more information about us, you can go to our website and look at some of our other current Powderhouse Productions programming currently airing on Animal Planet.
****Those interested in this great opportunity can email Chris at email@example.com. ****
Posted 16 July 2010 - 04:17 PM
Park Stage, Seven Hills Park (behind Somerville Theatre)
5:45 PM Books of Hope Authors read from recent works
6:00PM Jef Czekaj reads and raps
6:30PM Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys (music/theater)
7:30PM Debo Band (Ethiopian jazz/funk/pop)
8:30PM Death Vessel (indie/folk/rock)
9:30 PM Bearstronaut (synth-pop dance rock)
JULY 17 — ARTBEAT BY DAY [B]Park Stage, Seven Hills Park (behind Somerville Theatre)
12:00PM Tony the Bookie Orchestra (psych-country gospel)
1:00PM Grupo Norte
Posted 22 July 2010 - 02:27 PM
yup, thats me and mike... think we should try out?
I need to find one that will help me gain a few pounds.
OHHHHHHHHHHH here some FREE SHIT for those of us with Kids.. .hell, for EVERYONE~!!!
Free Fun Fridays
The Free Fun Fridays program invites everyone to visit a designated museum or attraction for free over ten Fridays this summer and Labor Day Weekend (Friday & Saturday). Please note that the venues are free during normal business hours, and you do not need to register or obtain a ticket. More info can be found at the bottom of this page.
Below are the dates and locations for 2010.
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Friday, August 27
Museum of Science
1 Science Park - Boston, MA
Grand Finale Weekend
Friday, September 3
New England Historic Genealogical Society
99 Newbury St. - Boston, MA
TD Garden, 100 Legends Way - Boston, MA
New Bedford Whaling Museum
18 Johnny Cake Hill - New Bedford, MA
53 Cambridge Turnpike - Concord, MA
149 Pond St. - Stoneham, MA
Buttonwood Park Zoo
425 Hawthorn St. - New Bedford, MA
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
1000 West Columbus Ave. - Springfield, MA
American Textile History Museum
491 Dutton St. - Lowell, MA
177 Main St. - Acton, MA
Cape Cod Children's Museum
577 Great Neck Road South - Mashpee, MA
39 South St. - Pittsfield, MA
Posted 28 July 2010 - 05:48 PM
FREE AMAZING SHOW (and you might get on TV)
Next Wednesday (August 4) NBC News is coming to film at my comedy club in Faneuil Hall (www.mottleyscomedy.com) and I need to make sure it's full! So, if you are getting this you are invited FREE to come see an amazing show. You can, also, bring friends with you to come in free. I don't care about money...I just need asses in the seats for a Wednesday night.
We have a killer line-up of g...reat comedians that have been seen on Comedy Central, NESN's Comedy All-Stars and other great shows.
If you are interested in coming email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or facebook message me. I'll reserve seats for anyone who wants to come.
Also....if you (or anyone you know is) UNEMPLOYED they can increase their chance of getting on NBC if they bring an unemployment stub or print anything offline proving they are unemployed. The theme of the comedy show is the "Comedy Bailout"
I hope to see some of you there. I will forever be in your debt if you help me fill the comedy club on a Wednesday.
Posted 05 August 2010 - 03:18 PM
I went to this last year and was AMAZED how many fucking people were there! It was pretty awesome...
Directed by Steven Maler
Boston Common - Parkman Bandstand
July 28 - August 15 | FREE ADMISSION
Tuesday - Saturday @ 8pm, Sundays @ 7pm
Matinee - Sun. Aug 8 @ 2pm
Posted 18 August 2010 - 07:08 PM
2010 SALEM JAZZ AND SOUL FESTIVAL
@ Salem Willows, 167 Fort Avenue, Salem, MA
Saturday, August 21, 10:30 am - 7:00 pm
Sunday, August 22, Noon - 6:00 pm
Posted 30 August 2010 - 01:52 PM
Boston Casting is seeking extras to work on an exciting commercial in Lowell, MA TODAY.
It would be an ALL DAY shoot, in Lowell, MA. Pay is $100 for the day.
If you are interested an available, please send an email to Ashley@bostoncasting.com. YOU MUST INCLUDE your FULL NAME, PHONE NUMBER, AND WHERE YOU LIVE. Please also attach a photo of yourself.
YOU MUST LIVE WITHIN 20 MINUTES OF LOWELL IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED.
Posted 08 September 2010 - 07:31 PM
September 8, 2010
Boston Casting is seeking Non-Union Men and Women between the ages of 25 - 75 with their own dogs for an audition for a television commercial for pet food.
We are specifically looking for medium to large dogs, including:
We are not looking for: Great Danes, St. Bernards, or giant breeds. Also, no beagles, daschunds, or basset hounds.
In order to audition, you must be available on Thursday, September 16 for the shoot. If cast, the pay would be $700. Both the owner and the dog will be in the commercial.
If interested, please e-mail a photo of you and your dog and your PHONE NUMBER to Julie@bostoncasting.com by Monday, September 13.
If chosen for an audition, you will be contacted with more information.
** Please forward this to family, friends and social networks!**
Posted 17 September 2010 - 03:10 PM
Boston Casting is seeking Asian, Hispanic, African American and Caucasian teens between the ages of 14 - 18 for a high profile video that will be shown in High Schools across the country. The video is about depression awareness and will be used as a tool in high schools to help students.
If cast, this job pays $500.
Audition is Thursday, September 23 after school. To be considered, e-mail a photo, acting resume (or list of credits) and PHONE NUMBER to Julie@bostoncasting.com.
Must have acting experience to be considered. If you are chosen to audition, you will be contacted with more information. This is a tremendous opportunity to work with an Emmy Award winning director.
Please forward this to friends, family and your social network. Thanks!
Posted 29 September 2010 - 05:20 PM
if anyone is interested in joining me to see this, let me know. I don't think my kid will be interested.
also, the Boston Local Food Festival is this weekend.
Posted 05 October 2010 - 03:57 PM
Matty, if you think this is something you and Jen would go see (not so sure its really "my" thing)
I'd be happy to mail you the Pass/ good for two anytime the movie is playing Mon - Thurs, but I'm happy to go as well.
[I][COLOR=navy]Oliver Stone may have been easy on W. in his bio-pic, but he chops the dummy's head off in this revealing documentary about the social-welfare-minded neo-liberal leaders running South America, and the liars in the Bush administration who compared them to Hitler and bin Laden. Through intimate interviews with Venezuelan president Hugo Ch
Posted 25 October 2010 - 08:44 PM
Boston..... a truck carrying Zombies to undisclosed facility is going to be hijacked tommorrow morning.
My insider info says they are going to hit the truck in the vicinity of the Public Gardens at the Common.
I'm told similar uprisings will take place through out the USA and the world. In NYC, they are set to attack the Brooklyn Bridge.
you. have. been. warned.
Posted 09 February 2011 - 02:50 PM
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We’ll be hosting a variety of activities in Boston including free open boat tours, marches and rallies, community forums, and more. Here’s what the schedule looks like:
Rally Against Coal at the State House:
Friday, Feb. 18th at 12:00 pm
Greenpeace has been working with community members to shut down the Salem Harbor Station. Join us as we call upon Governor Patrick to close this coal plant that has been poisoning Salem’s air and water for decades.
Free Open Boat Tours:
Wed 2/16 - Open Boat 12 - 6
Sat 2/19 - Open Boat 10 - 4
Sun 2/20 - Open Boat 10 - 4
Mon 2/21 - Open Boat 10 - 4
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I hope to see you there.
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