1.9 min readBy Published On: September 17th, 2017Categories: See and Do4 Comments on Week of September 18th

Purchase a ticket! Brunch Battle at District Hall! Participate in some good old fashioned eating and drinking as local brunch hot spots duke it out for the coveted title of Brunch Champion on Saturday, October 7th at 12noon!  Gather, The Living Room, Brownstone, The Langham, Hops N Scotch and Row 34 will be sampling some of their best brunch items and you get to eat them and then vote for your favorite! Proceeds from this battle will benefit Community Servings, a local nonprofit that provides meals to individuals & families who are homebound with an acute life-threatening illness. So not only is is delicious but it’s good for our community too! Tickets are $25 and can be purchased here!

Get fit!  Regan’s Motivated Fitness is offering FREE classes – yes that’s right free classes as part of their Class-athon program.  Just head to their website and sign up for class – easy peasy!

Man’s best friend!  On Tuesday, September 19th from 12pm-6pm it’s Bark to School at PolkaDog Bakery!  Bring fido for some fun including Photo Booth, games and more!

Taking back the hill!  Help support a beloved Southie organization – Medicine Wheel on Thursday, September 21st from 5pm-8pm at their annual Talking Back the Hill Event at No Man’s Land at Thomas Park.  This year the King of the Hill is City Councilor Bill Linehan and this year’s Queen of the Hill is Barbie Loftus.  Suggested donation is $50 and it buys you a custom engraved brick with a hope, prayer or remembrance that will be placed on on “Our Common Path.”  Purchase your tickets here! 

Save the date!  American Provisions and Grand Ten Distilling are patterning up for a special event at Grand Ten.  Stop by on Thursday, September 28th from 7pm-11pm at their Epic Cheese and Cocktail Party.  Tickets are $25 and can be purchased here! 

Mix and mingle with friends old and new at Julie’s Family Learning Program’s Friendraiser.  This fun-filled event takes place at the Supper Club at Capo on Thursday, September 28th from 6pm-9pm.   Featuring food, a cash bar, raffles and an opportunity to learn more about all the amazing work they are doing at Julie’s Family Learning Program.  Tickets are $35 and can be purchased here! 



  1. Lori September 19, 2017 at 12:07 pm - Reply

    Your description says sometimes mistaken for yuppie! Is it really true that people believe girls from southie are classless and crude! What a shame! We have many more polite articulate women than credited for.
    My mother always told me “you are a girl from South Boston NOT a south Boston girl! And there IS a difference!” So if we are being mistaken for a tippy let me remind you we were here and refined long before the “yuppies” invaded!!!!

    • Ken September 19, 2017 at 3:57 pm - Reply

      Way to go Lori. These yuppies think they own Southie. They can’t even pronounce it right

      • Jeanne September 20, 2017 at 4:43 pm - Reply

        Amen, Ken!

  2. Ken Curran September 21, 2017 at 4:58 pm - Reply

    I grew up on Carson beach and Columbia field and usually the rezzi by the high school. I lived on Linden St. off of Thomas Park. That was in the 40’s and 50’s. I’ve lived all over, Orlando, Rockland, Hanson, Duxbury, Thailand, SC, but Southie is always my home town. My brother’s ashes are on Dorchester Heights. Mine will be too. The SB Yct Club was my family’s hang out. I still miss it and hate what the yuppies have done to it.

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