Memorial Day and Spring concerts at my alma mater, “Prov” Jr. High – now the Vernon Hill Elementary School!
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… of Bailey, my big old Nova Scotia Retriever! The pooch the OIF and I used to take to all the great FREE SUMMER CONCERTS in Worcester’s lovely city parks. Here’s Bailey at Institute Park, enjoying the cool grass, the sweet sounds and sights of nature, being with his “family,” AND listening to the great American song book! … Bailey was as big and gorgeous as Queenie! His personality was a lot like hers, too – serious, loyal … a good working dog.
Here are the websites for some of Worcester’s great concerts – accessible to EVERYONE – man, women, kid, baby, senior citizens, canines, even (I remember seeing one!) ferrets!!! (on a lead, of course!) – R. Tirella
Click here for free PARK SPIRIT concerts and activities!
Click here for free NEWTON HILL concerts – (by the rotary/Newton Square)!
By Rosalie Tirella
My guy and I went into Boston last night to hear YES at the House of Blues. While we stood in line in the cold (especially for Boston) for a half hour (even with tix!), paid an exorbitant amount of dough for parking, and then lingered/swayed/rocked out on a cold, grey concrete floor listening to this iconic prog rock band, I kept asking him (much to his annoyance):
“Why the hell can’t this be happening in Worcester?”
So, Worcester, why couldn’t a couple of aging boomers grab supper in Wormtown and then head to a mid-sized concert venue and rock out to YES? We could have saved time, money and most likely parked our aging arses on fairly cushy seats if the YES concert had been held, say, in the FUCKIN’ PALLADIUM! Continue reading Could it happen here? In Worcester?!