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Allston is a neighborhood of Boston Massachusetts. According to census figures over half of the population of Allston is aged 20-34 which is a clear indication of the strong college student presence. Nearby you will find Boston University, Boston College, MIT and Harvard University.
Allston MA is the only locale in the United States named for an artist - Washington Allston. The many musicians and music venues have given rise to the nicknames "Allston Rock City" and "Rock and Roll Allston".
The busiest part of the neighborhood is the stretch of Harvard Avenue between Commonwealth Avenue and Cambridge Street. It is here you will find many shops, bars and restaurants.
Tour of the Biomedical Modeling Inc. an anatomical engineering service bureau, working with surgeons, medical device companies and artists, specializing in physical and digital models of human anatomy, primarily from CT scans. Limited to 10.
When: Feb 26, 2016 10 AM in Allston, Massachusetts (Fri, 26 Feb 2016 10 )
Cœur de Pirate (French for pirate heart) is the stage name for award-winning French-Canadian singer/songwriter and pianist Béatrice Martin. Her whimsical, magical pop songs blend cabaret music, French lyrics, and playful indie sensibilities. After releasing two albums to international acclaim, Cœur de Pirate returns in 2015 with a new album that finds her boldly expanding her horizons and modernizing her approach, cradling her beloved piano within a swirling ensemble of synthesizers, carefully crafted string arrangements, and layers of dynamic drum sounds. Opening act to be determined.
When: Oct 21, 2015 8 PM to Oct 21, 2015 10 PMin Allston, Massachusetts Cost: $20 (Wed, 21 Oct 2015 20 )
What does it take to work in the wine industry? What types of wine careers are available? How do you get the education you need to be successful with wine? Explore these questions and more by attending the Working in Wine workshop. This 6 week course provides a broad overview of the business of wine along with strategies for starting or enhancing your own career in the wine industry. Guest speakers representing various wine professions will provide insight and advice based on their own personal experiences and journeys in the world of wine. This workshop provides excellent opportunities for networking with both professionals and peers. This session of Working in Wine will meet on the following Mondays: October 19, October 26, November 2, November 9, November 16 and November 23, 2015. Can't make it to all six classes? No problem. You can send someone else in your place or make arrangements to attend a make-up a class at a later date. Sample Syllabus Week One: Wine Careers will be discussed and various jobs will be explained e.g. importer, distributor, winemaker, sommelier and more. Learn the skills required and how to get these jobs. Week Two: Retail - Understand the business of selling wine to consumers. Meet the cast of characters involved with keeping a wine shop running and stocked. Week Three: Restaurant - Learn about the service and selection of wine in a restaurant setting. Understand the role of servers, wine stewards and sommeliers. Week Four: Importer/Distributor - How does a wine from halfway around the world make it into a local shop or restaurant. Meet the various people involved with helping winemakers to share their wines with the world. Week Five: Wine Production — What is involved with making a bottle of wine? It takes passion, patience, and a good head for business. Week Six: Wine Marketing, Writing and Education - Every wine has a story behind it. These are the people who tell that story. Recommended Reading Sales and Service for the Wine Professional by Brian Julyan Adventures on the Wine Route: A Wine Buyers Tour of France by Kermit Lynch Reflections of a Wine Merchant by Neal Rosenthal The Oxford Companion to Wine by Jancis Robinson Wine Lover's Devotional by Jonathon Alsop
When: Oct 19, 2015 6 PM in Allston, Massachusetts (Mon, 19 Oct 2015 18 )
Sizzling Saturdays offer three fabulous workshops for new and experienced burlesquers alike. You can take just one or all three. There will be new workshops offered every month! 1:00PM-2:00PM: Core Strength for Dance with Lucie Luxe This Pilates-based workshop will focus on proper form and technique as well as beginner and intermediate variations of basic floorwork exercises to increase strength and flexibility in your core muscles, essential to dance and movement. Participants should bring a mat and towel, this might be the sweatiest workshop of Sizzling Saturday. 2:15PM-3:15PM: Terrific Turns with Brigitte Bisoux Love strutting around the stage, but want to heat things up with a little dance flair? This workshop will teach you the basics of dance turning technique. We will cover both turning in place and traveling turns. The class will conclude with a discussion of how to incorporate turns into your burlesque routine. No prior dance experience necessary. 3:30PM-4:30PM: A-Peeling Glove Removes with Miss Mina You have the power to tease in the palm of your hand! Students will learn a number of exciting ways to tempt your audience by removing your gloves. Bring your own long gloves or borrow or buy a pair from us. No previous experience necessary.
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