The story of Lizzie Borden is iconic, allegedly using an axe to murder her father and stepmother in Fall River, MA–a crime for which she was acquitted. Boston Lyric Opera (BLO) decided to add this brutal tale to their 2013-2014 season. The performance took place at The Castle at Park Plaza and made for an eerie setting to a classic story. With renowned stage director Christopher Alden and Grammy-nominated soprano Caroline Worra playing Lizzie, the show was exciting and raw. To read more about the performance, click HERE.
The Light Foundation has begun planning the 2nd Annual Cornhole Commotion, held at Gillette Stadiums’s Dana Farber Field House. For sponsorship information please contact us at 508-404-1745. Be sure to follow The Light Foundation on Twitter (@LightFoundation) for future updates and check out www.mattlight72.com for all things Light Foundation.
Come join current New England Patriots Rob Gronkowski and Ryan Mallett as they captain their squads against one another in the finals of the Celebrity Gaming Challenge. This event will be at Royale Nightclub in Boston and is an 18+ event. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased HERE
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Former New England Patriot Matt Light teamed up a couple Rhode Island entrepreneurs and they have created a one of a kind product–KEEL Vodka. This is the world’s first premium light spirit and it was launched back in April of this year. Since the lunch in Rhode Island, KEEL Vodka has expanded to Massachusetts and has high hopes to reach all of New England in the coming year. Glenn Yoder of the Boston Globe spoke with Matt to discuss his new retirement venture. Get the full interview HERE.
Most people, especially young professionals, see owning their own home as a huge challenge in our world today. The ones that do not move back in with their parents are probably sharing their living space with at least 1 other roommate. Recently, David McCarthy gave Bostinno 10 reasons why owning a home doesn’t have to seem unrealistic. Click HERE for the article.
The Hockomock Area YMCA’s annual legends ball raises funds for their integration initiative. This program offers children with special needs a chance to participate in activities and sports alongside their typically developing peers. This was the 8th Annual Legends Ball, held on November 19th, at Lake Pearl Luciano’s in Wrentham and there was a great turnout of legends in attendance to support the YMCA. New England Patriots Devin McCourty, Steve Gregory and Nate Solder were there along with former New England Patriots Joe Andruzzi, Troy Brown, Steve Grogan, Patrick Pass and Tim Fox. World Series Champion Will Middlebrooks was also in attendance for this special night. Click HERE to watch a post event video from Patriots Today.