• For $10, you get one ticket to An Evening with Keller Williams on Friday, July 1, at 9 p.m. (a $15 value in advance, a $20 value at the door). • For $8, you get one ticket to see Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real on Thursday, July 21, at 9 p.m. (a $12 value in advance, a $15 value at the door). • For $10, you get one ticket to the Who's Bad show, featuring a Michael Jackson tribute band, on Thursday, July 28, at 9 p.m. (a $15 value in advance, a $20 value at the door). • For $11, you get one ticket to see The Wood Brothers on Friday, August 12, at 9 p.m. (an $18 value in advance, a $22 value at the door). • For $10, you get one ticket to see the Easy Star All-Stars on Friday, August 19, at 9 p.m. (a $15 value in advance, a $20 value at the door). • For $10, you get one ticket to see the Ryan Montbleau Band on Saturday, August 20, at 9 p.m. (a $15 value in advance, a $20 value at the door).
Film buffs across six states stare wide-eyed at large cinema screens, losing themselves in first-run Hollywood movies and the smell of fresh, buttery kernels within Your Neighborhood Theatre's 17 locations. Though all theaters prioritize comfortable seating, old-fashioned friendly service, and high-stakes preshow trivia slideshows, each location encompasses its own distinct charm, be it through arthouse décor, 3-D screens, or Rhode Island's vintage 1950's drive-in setting.
Cape Cod Fish Share strives to minimize the fathoms between seafood lovers and the ocean, delivering fresh, line-caught seafood from boats to homes as quickly as possible. The group, which considers itself a community-supported fishery, gets its fish from local fishermen who embrace sustainable practices?including ones based out of Chatham, Provincetown, Hyannis, Martha?s Vineyard, New Bedford, Falmouth, Sandwich, Nantucket, and Fairhaven.
These shares supply customers with at least two different species of fish per week, usually some common fish as well as, for the sake of variety, some unusual and seasonal species. Deliveries might include Atlantic cod, grey sole, lobster, monkfish, sea scallops, ancient 50-foot kraken, or yellowfin tuna?but the contents ultimately depend upon what can be purchased directly off the boats on the day in question.
After workers fillet the seafood directly on the pier, they meticulously clean and pack it so that, upon reaching customers' homes, it can immediately hit the frying pan or the freezer. To help with keeping things fresh, Cape Cod Fish Share's recipe blog provides numerous ideas on how to prepare the fish.
Though it's called Air Support, the recreational company is all about the water. That's why it offers up activities that take advantage of its Cape Cod location. Standup paddleboarding sends participants out onto the calm Bass River, where experienced instructors teach you how to surf on the easy-to-ride paddleboards and coast past osprey nests and waterfront estates housesat by ospreys. Kiteboarding lessons instill everything from the basics to the advanced skills needed to catch air while attached to both a board and a kite. Finally, wakeboarding affords participants the thrill of surfing behind a boat that's creating waves.
Trumpets blare over the fairgrounds. As the king and queen ride through town, peasants and shopkeepers all kneel immediately, verbalizing praise and respects to their liege lord. Meanwhile, a man in shorts stands amid the crouching peasants eating a turkey leg the size of his arm as his kids tumble off the Jacob's ladder across the dirt road. This is but a snapshot of the special moments at King Richard's Faire, a Renaissance festival that gathers period artisans, performers, and food merchants to celebrate the Age of Enlightenment along with visitors.
After a bit of practice throwing axes, visitors can stroll in optional costume to see fortunetellers, cobblers, and blacksmiths who have mastered ancient crafts. Knights ride to battle on the tourney field to win the king's and crowd's favor, and eight stages, a tournament field, and a mud pit bring in acts ranging from minstrels and jugglers to fire eaters and exotic animals.
Flagship Cinemas showcases new-release films in 11 theaters peppered across seven states, equipping each of its 103 screens with stadium seating and digital surround sound. Beyond providing family-friendly entertainment for more than 15 years, Flagship Cinemas strives to maintain a reputation as the "neighborhood theater" by ensuring each location has a presence in its surrounding community through contributions to local organizations. Flagship Cinemas also builds camaraderie with customers by offering free birthday visits and distributing fanatic cards, which guests can use to earn rewards such as free film tickets or an autographed photo of their favorite usher.