Brooks & Crowley July 2019


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Why Bostonians Are Extra Patriotic

Eat Seasonally This July


Do You Know the Most Common Workplace Hazards?


Make Yourself Heard With 'Fierce Conversations'

Paleo Tomato Basil Salad


Local Events for After the Fourth

Summer Events in the City and Beyond

DINE OUT BOSTON RESTAURANT WEEK August 18–30 Restaurants throughout the city and beyond Since debuting in 2001, Dine Out Boston’s restaurant week has grown so large that it’s now something of a misnomer. It lasts for well over a week these days, and many of the city’s top restaurants participate, offering special menus at discounted prices. If there’s a place you’ve been wanting to try, Dine Out Boston is the time to do it. You can also participate in the annual social media photo contest. Post a picture of a dish to Facebook or Instagram, and you’ll be entered to win a $100 gift card. Head to for a full list of participating restaurants.

Most people plan Memorial Day weekend and Fourth of July around big-ticket events with their family and friends. But what happens when the last firework has gone off and summer’s still getting started? Well, lucky for us, our area keeps humming along with no shortage of activities to keep the season fun and festive. Here are a few of our favorite post-Independence Day activities happening in and around Boston.

PATRIOTS TRAINING CAMP Begins in late July Foxboro

'MURAL': JACKSON POLLOCK Begins July 1 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston There’s never a bad time to visit Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, but this summer offers added incentive in the form of a massive, mind-blowing work from famed abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock. Nearly 20 feet long, “Mural” is one of the largest pieces from Pollock’s most admired period. While there, you can check out the museum’s incredible collection, spanning the eras from classical to contemporary.

Scoring tickets to a regular season game at Gillette is no easy task. Hell, it can be difficult to get tickets to preseason games, especially when the Pats are coming off a Super Bowl victory. Training camp practices, on the other hand, are free and open to the public. There’s also a number of fan activities, including games for children and shopping and dining at Patriot Place. As a bonus, you won’t need to battle any game-day traffic to get there. You can find a full schedule and more details at


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