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olivarria
post Jul 13 2009, 05:08 PM
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Those are great suggestions Tankgirl, I'll give those a try! smile.gif


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tankgirl
post Jul 6 2009, 06:00 PM
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If you're in Salem the pirate museum and the House of the seven gables are my favorite tourist places to go. Depends on that type of stuff you like. Also, right next to Salem is Beverly where Montserrat College of Art is and if you want to see some art they have a bunch of galleries around town (I went there) that you can see some student art and alumni art. They usually have good things on display that you can see for free.
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olivarria
post Jun 28 2009, 07:03 PM
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Hello ladies -
I will be visiting to the Boston/Salem area in late September, and so far on my to-list are to go whale-watching, possibly visit Provincetown, the Lizzie Borden home, The Institute of Contemporary Art, and Museum of Fine Arts.

I will be there for one week, and was wondering if any of you have suggestions for other fun things to do in that area?

Thanks in advance! Olive


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crazyoldcatlady
post Apr 19 2008, 03:40 PM
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i'm definitely going to be there fri nite for the leslie and the ly's thing, but i haven't decided yet on which events to go to yet. depends on how early i can sneak out of work fri blink.gif
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mermaidgirl13
post Apr 17 2008, 09:09 AM
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That looks interesting - which days/events are you going to?
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crazyoldcatlady
post Mar 20 2008, 03:31 PM
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girlbomb
post Mar 6 2008, 02:08 PM
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Looking forward to seeing you there, stargazer. smile.gif
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post Mar 1 2008, 05:54 PM
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anyone going to see girlbomb's reading on fri. march 7th? unsure.gif

i plan on attending.


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anarch
post Feb 14 2008, 07:17 PM
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aw crap, I'll be out of town until mid-March. Best wishes for your reading, girlbomb. Your first book is awesome. I kept thinking to myself as I was reading it, "Yeah, I've got lots to learn from this woman's writing."

I came in here to post a couple of things:
1. If anybody has a cat or has friends with cat(s), I've got a bottle of catnip-oil-infused bubble solution to give away. I blew the bubbles at my cat and they freaked him out. He ran away and hid under the couch.

2. FYI, movie screening at the MFA (got an email about it from CARE). I can't go, but figured others might find it of interest:

"I’m writing to let you know about the Boston premiere of an important new documentary, “Beyond Belief,” directed by local filmmaker Beth Murphy. “Beyond Belief” opens at the Museum of Fine Arts this Saturday, February 16th with a special pre-release screening, reception and filmmaker Q&A. (See full screening schedule below.) The film tells the story of Susan Retik and Patti Quigley who lost their husbands to terrorism and decided to break the cycle of violence by helping war widows in Afghanistan. It is a rare story of hope and reconciliation at a time when the world seems increasingly divided by politics and religion. Khaled Hosseini, author of The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns, calls it “a moving and beautiful film.” You can watch the trailer here: www.principlepictures.com/beyondbelief. To purchase tickets: www.mfa.org.
SCREENING SCHEDULE

Saturday February 16 / 7:00pm (pre-release screening with reception and Filmmaker Q&A)

Saturday, March 1 / 12:00pm

Sunday, March 2 / 10:30am

Thursday, March 6 / 12:00pm

Friday, March 7 / 8:00pm ***co-presented by CARE***

Saturday, March 8 / 12:30pm

Sunday, March 9 / 11:00pm

Sunday, March 16 / 5:00pm ***co-presented by CARE***

Wednesday, March 19 / 5:30pm

Saturday, March 22 / 10:30am

Sunday, March 23 / 11:00am

Wednesday, March 26 / 5:30pm ***co-presented by CARE***

Thursday, March 27 / 3:30pm

Saturday, March 29 10:30am

Thursday, April 17 / 3:15pm"
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stargazer
post Jan 21 2008, 08:50 AM
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awesome girlbomb! let's hope i can meet you this time around. i missed my chance last year in chicago. let's see if we can make it happen in boston....


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girlbomb
post Jan 15 2008, 09:57 PM
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(barge, barge...)

Hey, Bahston ladies, just wanted to butt in and let you know that I'll be at the very feminist and totally righteous Center for New Words on Friday, March 7, to read from my upcoming book, HAVE YOU FOUND HER. The Center is at 7 Temple Street in Cambridge, the reading is at 7pm, and it's free. I'd love to see/meet some of you there -- or anywhere, really.

Hope you'll all find fun things to do next weekend...

(unbarge!)
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crazyoldcatlady
post Jan 13 2008, 09:55 AM
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hm. what's going on next weekend? ph34r.gif
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stargazer
post Jan 10 2008, 07:48 PM
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we can make something happen, cocl... wink.gif


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crazyoldcatlady
post Jan 10 2008, 07:18 PM
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anything going on in the near future? i need to get the fuck out of dodge for a while.
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stargazer
post Jan 3 2008, 07:04 PM
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sweet mermaid! just PM me when you want to do something. i'm down.

not sure if gumby has been 'round. blink.gif call me up when you get the chance.


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mermaidgirl13
post Jan 3 2008, 02:59 PM
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Stargazer, I'd love to meet up with some New England Busties.

Rasingirl, I would totally go to the Susie Bright thing! Thank you for posting it!
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raisingirl
post Dec 18 2007, 09:08 AM
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There are two events taking place in the next month that I thought some of you might be interested in. I have commitments on both nights, so I won't be able to attend them.

Madeleine Albright speaking/book reading on January 14, 8pm, at the First Parish Church in Cambridge. It's sponsored by the Harvard Bookstore, and tickets go on sale December 26 at the bookstore. And your ticket can then be redeemed at the bookstore for $5 off a purchase.

And Susie Bright (Best American Erotica series) will be at the Brookline Booksmith on January 24 at 7pm. I believe this one is free since it's in the bookstore.
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stargazer
post Dec 1 2007, 09:47 PM
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hey NE busties, i know this time is awful with the holidays and all. i was wonderin' if in the future any of you would be up to getting together.


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anarch
post Nov 29 2007, 07:45 PM
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green Christmas gift: "the City of Boston is offering the gift of trees, a gift that could ultimately last a lifetime. For $50, the City will ensure that a tree is planted in Boston as part of our Grow Boston Greener campaign, which will plant 100,000 trees in Boston by 2020. Trees will be planted on both public property and private property to reach our goal."

Tax deductible too, it says.

dammit, the link goes to an error page. Well if you're interested, go to the City's home page and click on "News and Press Releases."
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anarch
post Nov 27 2007, 11:49 AM
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nice ones, crazyoldcatlady!
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