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Week of September 23rd

Vote!  Tuesday, September 24th is an election day.  Make sure to vote of mayor of Boston and City Council at-Large.  The polls are open from 7am-8pm.  For a full list of polling locations as well as candidates, visit http://www.cityofboston.gov/  Be informed.  Get involved.

Southie just got a little swankier.  Stephi’s in Southie (11B West Broadway) is expected to open its doors on Tuesday.  As part of the family of restaurants from restaurateur Stephanie Sokolove, the 150 seat, modern yet very comfortable spot resides where the legendary Quiet Man Pub once stood.  Stephi’s will feature lunch and dinner and weekend brunch.  A perfect spot for to watch a game, or socialize with friends at the large bar or sneak a romantic moment near their floating fireplace for a glass of wine. 

Lobster, shrimp and oysters, oh my!  Enjoy the Boston Seafood Festival on Saturday, September 28th at the Bank of America Pavilion.  This family friendly event begins at 10am and goes for 12 delicious hours until 10pm.  There will be food vendors, kids activities, chef demonstrations, an oyster shucking contest. and music.  Tickets are $10 and can be purchased here http://bostonseafest2013.brownpapertickets.com/

Go green.  Celebrate the Planet Southie’s Green Globe Awards on Thursday, September 26th from 6pm-9pm at the Distillery (516 East Second Street).  Come by and help honor and thank all our of neighbors and local businesses that our helping to make Southie a little greener and healthier. 

You know when you get a blow out at a salon for a special occasion you feel like a movie star when you’re done?  Well, the hair experts at Nurture (127 L Street) want to teach you the tricks of the trade so you can do it yourself!   Make a plan to attend the Blow Dry Boot Camp on Wednesday, September 25th.  It will feature tips and techniques, refreshments and snacks for $25.  BYOB – Bring your own blowdryer and brush! For more information call Nurture at 617-269-0638

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