Frank Avruch

A New England television personality for over 40 years, Frank Avruch is Boston born and bred. He had  an ongoing love affair with the city...a mixture of the old and new, a burgeoning restaurant scene, a thriving theatre, music and arts mecca, Frank  covers it all. is a counted-on-source for the oft-asked questions: "What's new", "What's happening" and "Where should we go?", he lists many of the events that make Boston a choice destination for tourists and residents alike.

Excellent expansions:

the Legal Sea Foods brand proudly expanded in cool new directions, adding three unique, independent concepts in 2014. First came Legal Crossing (LX), a distinctly upscale restaurant at Downtown's ritzy Millennium Place. (Go inside here.) Then came Legal Oysteria, an Italian-inspired offering in the Charlestown space that formerly housed Todd English's original Figs. (Our First Look is here.) And finally, Legal on the Mystic opened in the Fall at Assembly Row, specializing in more casual fare with plenty of shared plates.

Harvard's three art museums, now open!

The new galleries include masterpieces from the collections of the Fogg, Busch-Reisinger, and Arthur M. Sackler Museums, with works of art from the ancient world to the present, including paintings, sculpture, ceramics, drawings, and photographs from the Americas, Europe, North Africa, the Mediterranean, and Asia..


Bar Boulud at Mandarin Hotel latest gourmet destination

A  posh new eatery , for lunch and dinner,  Bar Boulud is the latest creation from master chef Daniel Boulud whose signature touch is known world wide.  From specialty breads to some of his more traditional dishes, he is  in town to create, and offer his special take on traditional fare. tea-smoked lobster, his “departed” burger with Irish bacon cheddar and Guiness braised onions to name a few. A bit pricey, but worth the trip. Check it out before the crowds converge.

Frank as Bozo

Get an autographed picture of Frank
as Bozo the Clown!

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