Roger Rees was an actor in several shows, including Cheers, and worked as artistic director for the Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts from 2004 to 2007.
The city of Boston has a lot of history, but many people seem to forget that the city is home to some of the oldest bars and taverns in the country.
Not only is Boston one of the most culturally rich and historically significant cities in the country, but its deep-rooted traditions are balanced nicely with an ever-changing modernism; a fantastic melding of the old and new which makes Boston one of the best tourist spots for those seeking both hype and history.
Having a rich historical background is basically a given in a city such as Boston. Here are five of Boston’s best bars with history.
From the Empire State Building in “Sleepless in Seattle” and “The Sopranos” cafe in the show’s finale, to the “Field of Dreams” in Iowa and the Coney Island roller coaster from “Annie Hall,” fans have always loved visiting famous television and movie locations.
The Television Academy has honored hundreds of actors, actresses and television series for delivering exceptional work that has entertained millions of viewers around the world. Here’s a look at the top five television shows that have taken home the most Primetime Emmy Awards in history, since 1949.
If you’re looking for the hottest spots in Boston to kick off your holiday celebrations, look no further than these bars.
When it comes time for your favorite bachelor to tie the knot, it’s imperative you pick the perfect place. For a flavor everyone will love, don’t miss out on Boston’s best bars for bachelor parties. From just throwing back a few too many to racing at break-neck speeds, these places have it all.
WBZ’s Jordan Rich talks with Annie Copps about an event on May 12th.
Someday you might find yourself in a tavern, saloon, barroom or TGIF Fridays and a wise guy reminiscent of Cliff from Cheers will challenge you to answer what he says was the top sports trivia question of 2010.