Ongoing, Saturdays at First Church in Jamaica Plain, at the corner of Centre and Eliot Streets. See website for dates, callers and bands. Dances normally run 7:30-1pm, usually $10, students $6, or less/what you can afford. Guest callers welcome the first dance after the break. Contact Bob Peterson at contracorner.com to reserve a slot.
October 24 - November 3 at The Boston Opera House: La Bayadère -Florence Le Clerc adapts Marius Petipa's tale of love and betrayal. Nov 29 - Dec 29: Mikko Nissinen's The Nutcracker; May 22 - June 1, 2014, George Balanchine's Jewels, featuring Emeralds (Gabriel Fauré); Rubies (Igor Stravinsky). Diamonds (Tchaikovsky's Symphony No 3).
October 25-27, 2013. The 29th annual event. One of America's most recognized celebration of films. Held at Theatre 1 at the Revere Hotel Boston Common- see website for schedule.
Ongoing through November 11, 2013, at The Lois B. and Michael K. Torf Gallery (Gallery 184), MFA. 1960s/70s countercultural challenges to haute couture fashion with eclectic, highly individual mix of vintage/ ethnic clothing; inspired by psychedelic Pop Art, nature, fantasy, and ethnographic art, consonant with the experimentation, theatricality, and freewheeling spirit of the era.
April 3-12, 2014. Annual LGBT screenings. Opening Night Thursday April 3rd at the ICA.This past year with 121 films, 10 days, locations across Boston, Brookline, and Cambridge: Museum of Fine Arts, (465 Huntington Ave), Brattle Theatre (by Harvard Square, Cambridge), and Fenway Health Center (Boylston St, Boston). Also ongoing schedule of films throughout the year. See website:
April 23-30, 2014. See website for films and venues. Most screenings at The Somerville Theatre (Davis Square, Somerville), and Brattle Theatre, (by Harvard Square, Cambridge); also at The Coolidge Corner, (Brookline).
May 30 - June 8, 2014, annual parade/ festival, stage entertainment and vendors, Stuart Street and Jamaica Plain block parties. Parade on Saturday, June 7 from Copley Square to arrive at City Hall Plaza Pride Festival on Cambridge Street. See website for past years media, and upcoming events details online:
July 4, 2014. Annual Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular, Hatch Shell concert on Charles River Esplanade, over 500,000 visitors. Six million Americans tune in on TV.
Mid-August, 2014, 10am-5pm. Chinatown Residents Association & Tai Tung Village Residents block party on Harrison, Hudson, Tyler and Beach Streets in Chinatown, Boston. Free admission, main stage entertainment, martial arts, folk dancing, Lions Dance, singing, Chinese Opera and Music, food and refreshments.
Late September, 2014 annual event. Interested in helping to plan Latino Pride 2014 events? Join in every other Thursday from 6-8 pm at the Non-Profit Center, 89 South Street, Boston - contact: firstname.lastname@example.org