Boston's iconic Coolidge Theater is bringing their curated new release films online so that you can enjoy these films from home. Current films include Driveways, with Brian Dennehy and James Sweeney’s Straight Up.
For serious cinephiles, the Coolidge offers online film education. This week's program will be a virtual seminar on Charlie Chaplin's first full-length feature film The Kid, taught by Emerson College professor Peter Flynn.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater would have been arriving this week at Celebrity Series of Boston, and while you can't see them on stage this weekend, you can join them in your living room! The Company has extended Ailey All Access through June. Three full length ballets are scheduled:
May 14–21: Robert Battle's Mass
May 21–28: Camille A. Brown's City of Rain
May 28–June 4: Robert Battle's The Hunt
Watch the series on alvinailey.com
Off Their Plate is a grassroots movement that partners with local restaurants to provide nutritious meals for frontline health workers during this COVID-19 crisis, while simultaneously restoring shift hours to the restaurant community. The organization's restaurant partners receive 100% of donated funds to prepare meals and provide economic relief to restaurant employees. For every $100 donated, you send 10 meals to COVID frontline workers and $50+ of economic relief to local shift workers.
The Lexington Historical Society has partnered with Mass 3D Spaces to create virtual tours of their historic properties. Tour the Buckman Tavern, Hancock-Clarke House, and Munroe Tavern from your own electronic device. Meet the residents of these homes and learn their history and way of life. Make history come alive!
The Harvard Museum brings their collections to you in a new online video series called Art Talks. In a recent installment, Egyptian art curatorial fellow Jen Thum introduces one of her favorite ancient works of art at the Harvard Art Museums.
Check the Harvard Museum website every week to attend Art Talk.
In our current virtual reality, our only option for connecting face to face time with our clients, colleagues and family, is through video conferencing. What used to be a tool of convenience is now a necessity and critical moments of connection have entered the 2-dimensional realm.
Former professional Boston Ballet dancer and body language expert, Rachel Cossar, offers Virtual Presence Fundamentals Workshop, interactive virtual workshops focusing on effective tips and immediately applicabl...
We may be home but there is still plenty of opportunities to enjoy the arts and culture that Boston has to offer. Stream the dress rehearsal of Carmen from Boston Ballet. Experience the Boston Lyric Opera's "Norma" online or the Boston Symphony Orchestra's collection of performance online.
Stock up on your favorite wines from City Winery who provides free delivery in Boston or FedEx delivery throughout Massachusetts. Trillium Brewery is also offering offering home delivery or curb-side pi...
Boston Ballet's resident choreographer Jorma Elo updates George Bizet's heart wrenching tale of love, passion, jealousy and betrayal for the 21st century. In this adaptation, Carmen isn't a feisty cigarette factory worker but a feisty supermodel. In a fantasyland of haute couture, she is one corner of a love triangle between herself, Don Jose the businessman and race-car driver Escamillo. Elo's electrifying choreography ramps up the ante, adding to a dangerous bubbling cauldron of tension and...
A lovely way to start the weekend is a free, timed 5k run at scenic Jamaica Pond. All ages, all abilities, all paces welcome! The meeting point is at Pinebank Promontory, Jamaica Pond. First timer's brief at 8.50am and run starts at 9am. After the run, the group joins for coffee and chat at City Feed & Supply on Centre Street, Jamaica Plain.
Saturday, Feb 29th at 9:00am
Pinebank Promontory, Boston