A New England television personality for over 40 years, Boston born and bred. i've had an ongoing love affair with the city .I retired in 1995 after some 40 years on the Boston television scene.
I've had a varied career starting out as a radio disc jockey,producer/host of the Bozo tv show for 12 years and later on national syndication.I've also hosted a classic film show "The Great Entertanment"(pre amc, turner, etc) Unofficial goodwill ambassador for Channel 5 (WCVB) host of Sunday Open House, a talk show,and featured on the station's "GoodDay"show in a "Man About Town"series on what was going on in Boston...concerts,plays,etc...that last career move translated easily into the web site that has been in business for some 20 years. Now my wife and I ,two independent octogenarians are setting off on a new adventure. we’re moving into the heart of the city. and plan to explore visit and report on the current entertainment scene. Imagine living right in the heart of the city where I'll be able to walk or take a cab to theatre,concerts, restaurants.. I cordially invite you to continue to follow our urban adventures from a different prospective as we.share our new found lifestyle with friends old and new. . SO fasten your seat belts,my friends, it’s going to be a glorious ride!
HEAD OF THE CHARLES REGATTA OCT 18 & 19
Most spectators enjoy watching between the Anderson and Weeks bridges, along the halfway point of the race. With the Weld Exhibition on the Cambridge side, and the Reunion Village on the Boston side, there is plenty to see, do, and taste while watching your favorite crews.Click here for event locations. The Head Of The Charles Regatta® (HOCR), the world's largest two-day rowing competition celebrates its 50th race this October, a milestone that the Regatta will commemorate with exciting, inspiring events and offerings. Prominent among them is the HOCR 50th Gala Dinner with an anticipated 700 guests; a 50th documentary exploring the Regatta, which has captivated rowers and spectators alike since 1965; and a 50th History Exhibit, to be located upstream of the Eliot Bridge, near Hospitality Row.. The 50th Regatta, scheduled this year for October 18 and 19, is expected to attract 11,000 competitors and more than 400,000 spectators.
With Boston Duck Tours you'll cruise by all the places that make Boston the birthplace of freedom and a city of firsts. and just when you think you've seen it all. it's time for "Splashdown" as your ConDUCKtor splashes your DUCK right into the Charles River!
These Duck Tours depart from the Museum of Science and are valid only for the specific time shown.
Did you know that Mark Wahlberg is in Boston filming Ted 2? Taking advantage of Boston's new 'Hollywood East' status could be your ticket to the inside scoop on celebrities in the Hub and an unforgettable view into how TV and movies are made.
Take an On Location Tour's TV & Movie Sites Bus Tour and find out where American Hustle, The Heat and R.I.P.D. were made! For June - September 2014 tours will depart daily at 11 a.m. from the Boston Common Visitors Center.