I Don’t Celebrate Any Old Day: Pie Day

Pi is a pretty special number.  It is an irrational number (I can be irrational sometimes too, but my love of pie is all reasonable). The date 3/14 is known as Pi Day because it represents the 1st three digits of pi.  It is also the birthday of Albert Einstein, who was born in 1879….

Weekend Guide: Mazes & Ice Cream Because: Fall in New England

Fall Homecomings, Leaf Peeping Apple Picking, Pumpkin Spice Lattés Caramel Apples, Chai Hay Mazes & Not Putting on the Heat Wearing Boots and Scarves but Still Ordering Iced Coffee and Going Out for Ice Cream We are New Englanders 10/14 BU Fringe Festival 7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.(Boston)  You have fringe on your scarf and fringe…

The Weekend Guide: Harvard Art Museums, PoKémon & More

Here are a few things to keep you entertained this weekend. Get inspired to cook for Thanksgiving and meet Wilson Farm‘s new executive chef Raymond Ost, former chef/owner of Sandrine’s Bistro in Harvard Square.  Chef Ost will be offering samples of his turkey roulade with sausage apple stuffing, butternut squash soufflés, croque madame sandwiches, and…

Pencil It in (PIN): Weekend of October 25th

Lyndell‘s the Somerville bakery that anyone who has been in over the past century or so has a sweet spot in their heart and tooth for, is having a very special event this weekend.  Starting today all day, and then more this weekend, they have Sean Collier in their hearts and minds.  They hope to…