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  • Forum Post: The White Album played live

    Posted 01/17/2014 11:10:45 EST

    Attn. all Beatle nerds- Berklee professors and local indie muscians play the Beatles' white album on Tuesday, Jan. 28. It's at the Berklee Performance Center, an excellent sounding room, and it's open more »

  • Forum Post: small venue with dancing?

    Posted 02/09/2012 09:56:36 EST

    I know a great spot that not many people even know of: the restuarant Mistral has a beautiful back room that is perfect for a small wedding. The food is AWESOME and they have a great wine collection. more »

  • Forum Post: Hammond Castle/Gloucester Recs?

    Posted 02/09/2012 09:51:36 EST

    Here's an article i just read that has a huge list of Cape Ann vendors attached: It's about a bridal show at the Cruiseport, but at the ened there is a list of all the vedors who more »

  • Forum Post: Downloading Beatles

    Posted 02/09/2012 09:47:21 EST

    If you use an actual iPod, there are going to be pauses between every song which means that people will take that opportunity tp stop dancing. You should try to use a laptop and look for some DJ softw more »

  • Forum Post: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Posted 01/05/2012 02:39:20 EST

    DUDE! Sam's Bistro down by the ICA has Sunday brunch with oysters and omelettes and the best bloodys in town. more »

  • Forum Post: Reception Music

    Posted 04/04/2011 10:22:57 EDT

    For what it's worth: I don't think your DJ really needs you to give him a list of Brick House, Living on A Prayer, September- those are always played at every wedding, it's almost a law. He is probabl more »

  • Forum Post: Need top of the line Vendor Recommendations

    Posted 02/21/2011 10:22:34 EST

    Arac, You have to let us know the band that you didn't like- that's just as valid and helpful as mentioning vendors you loved. I second the mention for Cuisine Chez Vous. I have been to two events tha more »

  • Forum Post: Harry Nilsson

    Posted 12/23/2010 11:30:33 EST

    That's a fantastic DVD, just saw it a few weeks ago. Nilsson had such an amzaming voice. more »

  • Forum Post: Venue ~ Boston Area, Good Value

    Posted 07/06/2010 02:53:03 EDT

    a friend of mine took a tour of Venezia and the first thing the catering manager told her was "just so you know, we have a $20,000 minimum for food and drinks". Kind of a turn off. Check out the Cambr more »

  • Forum Post: Band Recommendations?

    Posted 06/22/2010 10:12:09 EDT

    I don't know the Cords, but Soul City has been around for many many years. I think I saw them play a  free concert by the waterfront about 10 years ago.  They would be good if your guest list is mostl more »

  • Forum Post: negotiation etiquette?

    Posted 06/03/2010 12:04:20 EDT

    The only reason negotiation on prices should be out of the question is if you have a Saturday wedding between May and November. On those Saturdays, vendors can charge their regular rate because that's more »

  • Forum Post: Band Recommendations?

    Posted 03/29/2010 01:03:55 EDT

    I researched a lot of bands and kept notes. Radiance is OK, Urban Revival's video is about 15 years old and really, there's just one key member. It's Edwin and whoever he puts together for each event. more »

  • Forum Post: Vendor Meals

    Posted 12/08/2009 05:12:42 EST

    Well, just to make sure I have this clear: you would be OK with your band or photographer showing up right at 7Pm for your wedding? Or do they have to be there 3 hours early and then spend another hou more »

  • Forum Post: Wedding Band Suggestions

    Posted 07/02/2009 10:27:32 EDT

    I see Sept2010's point- especially in regards to more contemporary dance music, but I've usually found that bands are a lot more entertaining than a guy with a laptop. Besides, most of the top bands n more »

  • Forum Post: Wedding reviews - June 14, 2009

    Posted 07/02/2009 10:20:18 EDT

    I LOVE your first dance choice! Very cool. more »


    Posted 07/02/2009 10:16:57 EDT

    Wow, I hesitate to add anything to this lengthy (albeit entertaining) thread, but I just feel compelled to point out on thing: it's an improv troupe, not a restaurant or a retail operation. Improv mea more »

  • Forum Post: Frugal Bride looks for Dream Cheap Venue

    Posted 04/09/2009 10:41:49 EDT

    The Cambridge Multicultural center is very reasonable. My cousin had a reception there for around $2800 a few years ago. more »

  • Forum Post: Banda Latina--looking for a latin music band

    Posted 04/07/2009 01:19:12 EDT

    There's a really good band called Sambita that i saw at a company function. I'll see if I can find their information for you. They played a ton of great Latin music, but were also able to play some po more »

  • Forum Post: Topsfield/Ipswich Weddings during Topsfield Fair?

    Posted 03/13/2009 10:20:15 EDT

    I've been to the Topsfield fair for the last 5 years and it's usually stand still traffic for at least a mile leading up the parking lots. I think you'll just have to be really clear to your guests to more »

  • Forum Post: Trolley

    Posted 03/13/2009 06:26:44 EDT

    I'm not ragging on anybody, but I have heard anecdotally that it is unwise to hire the white trolleys for one's wedding. It might seem like the obvious choice, but i've heard crazy stories about the g more »

  • Forum Post: Wedding Bands

    Posted 03/12/2009 11:28:54 EDT

    For what it's worth, those cattle-call band showcases can be pretty lame. You'll definitely notice that it is not the top bands that do those all the time, it's the bands that are open for a lot of da more »

  • Forum Post: Wedding Bands

    Posted 03/03/2009 09:08:11 EST

    That's great advice, but then you have to actually make yourself go to the showcases. When i was checking out bands, I blew off about a dozen band showcases in a row- always with a good reason- and fo more »

  • Forum Post: Boss Band

    Posted 01/23/2009 04:53:57 EST

    I saw them a while back at an event and they were really good. I think they were going through some member changes, though. Not sure if it's the same people I saw. Good luck with your search. more »

  • Forum Post: Advice for the Newly Engaged?

    Posted 12/02/2008 11:34:45 EST

    Congratulations! My advice is that you have about a 3 week jump on a huge wave of people who will be getting engaged over the holidays. Statistically, 20% of all engagements happen in late December an more »

  • Forum Post: Great Band 'Brickpark'!!!!!

    Posted 11/17/2008 07:06:41 EST

    cough, vendor, cough. more »