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Follow the Yellow Brick Road to Boston Opera House

Tap your heels together three times and think to yourself, “There’s no place like Boston.”

Dorothy and Toto will be landing at the Opera House from January 12-14 for just five performances of The Wizard of Oz this Broadway season. Join Dorothy as she runs into three extraordinary characters, the Wicked Witch of the West, and more on the way to meet the Wizard in the beautiful Emerald City. This fantastic performance features all the classic songs and will have the entire family captivated – as long as you steer clear from those sleepy, poppy fields.

For more information and to reserve tickets, CLICK HERE.

Boston Strong: A Power Ranking Roundup

We’re a city of champions. Between the Patriots, Celtics and Bruins, we’re kicking off the new year with high hopes for big wins. Here’s everything you need to know about your favorite Boston Strong teams:

The Patriots are AFC East Champions for the 9th consecutive year, qualifying them for another go in the playoffs. 

The Celtics are holding the best record in the East Conference led by MVP candidate Kyrie Irving. CLICK HERE for schedule and tickets.

The Bruins are currently in second place in the Atlantic Division with half the season left to go. CLICK HERE for schedule and tickets.

America’s Longest Running Food & Wine Festival

Nearly three decades ago, Chef Daniel Bruce founded the Boston Wine Festival. Today, it has grown into one of the most important annual events for top winemakers from around the world. The two-month long series features an all-star lineup of intimate winemaker hosted dinners, seminars, and receptions at the Boston Harbor Hotel. This month, you can grab a glass of vino at the Grand Opening Reception, challenge yourself to a blind tasting at the Battle of the Cabernets, and enjoy some of the finest pairings.

For a complete list of events and for more information, CLICK HERE.