This week, we’re stocking your closet with Seize sur Vingt shirts—woven in Italy—for half-off. We’re also giving you 42% off last-minute summer wines. Plus, you’re getting into all four days of bonfires, movies and Clint Eastwood at the Carmel Art & Film Festival. In case you’re feeling lucky...
Things to do for September 01, 2011
Wife Carrying, Luaus and Shrimp
The weekend is getting back on the horse.
Number one reason to look forward to the fall: the Patriots. A close second: the North American Wife Carrying Championship at Sunday River. Which, starting today, you can now register for. Luckily, you’ve been training all summer for this.
Where to Get Arancini at 12:30am
Something about the blackness of night causes the stomach to cry out for fried oyster po’boy sliders and arancini with shrimp. Now that 49 Social is offering such bar menu treats until 12:30am on Friday and Saturday nights (along with live music), such cries shall go unanswered no more.
Labor Day: a national celebration. Beer: a national pastime. The perfect marriage of the two concepts: the Mass Brewers Fest, where you’ll have more than three hours to sample over 80 beers from 20 MA-based breweries like Notch, Frosty Knuckle and Cisco. Work quickly.
Labor Day. In White. With Ice Luging.
Around this time of year, your white pants tend to get the blues (they know where they’re headed). So wear them to Battery Park this Saturday, and then potentially dirty them up by hitting the vodka ice luge they’ll have set up on their outdoor patio. BYO Purex.
86-Ounce Buckets of Booze. And Limbo.
And if there were ever a way to properly celebrate Labor Day, well, it’s a massive luau, of course. And if you choose to spend your Sunday partying with $5 mai tais, 86-ounce buckets of something called Sex on the Moon and limbo contests—you have chosen... wisely.