WGBH Youth Culinary Award for kids the ages of 12-18 as part of our WGBH Food & Wine Festival 2018.WGBH in partnership with the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts provides young adults between the ages of 12 and 18 who have a passion for cooking, the opportunity to showcase their culinary talent by entering the WGBH Youth Culinary Award. Learn more at: https://www.wgbh.org/eventsVideo submission guidelines: All submissions must consist of an original recipe created by the contest entrant in a video format that runs 5 to 10 minutes long. In each video, contestants should show how to make a unique recipe in ways that demonstrate their culinary skills, knowledge and creativity. All online entries must be submitted by a parent or guardian on behalf of his or her child. The contest ends on Friday, September 21, 2018 at 5 pm ET. No entries will be accepted after the deadline. Apply: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wgbh-youth-culinary-award-parentguardian-application-2018-tickets-48045682931
EVERY Monday CitySide Comedy takes place at Cityside Bar (1960 Beacon St. Brighton, MA). CitySide Comedy brings you the absolute best standup comics working today. With hilarious headliners, and frequent surprise guest comics, CitySide Comedy Club is the best spot. Many of these comedians have been seen places like Conan, Comedy Central, Funny or Die, Sirius XM, HBO and more Doors at 8:30pm, show at 9pm. No Cover. 21+. First Come, First Seated. Standing room available if sold out. 5/14 - Kenny DeForest (Late Night with Seth Myer, HBO’s Crashing) 5/21 - No Show 5/28- Martin Ubano (Jimmy Kimmel Live)
The Marriott Hotel in Brookline is only minutes from Boston located in Coolidge Corner. Enjoy free high speed internet & easy access to Logan Airport, Fenway Park, Boston College, Boston University, Northeastern, Mass General Hospital & the Museum of Science.
About Brighton, MA
The area of Brighton was established in the late 17th century and was first known as "Little Cambridge". The residents acquired legal separation from Cambridge in 1807 and officially named the town Brighton. The town was then officially annexed to the City of Boston in 1874 and it remains a part of Boston today.
In post colonial days Brighton was home to agricultural plots and stockyards, but with the extension of the street car lines in the 1800s came residential growth. Soon houses and apartments were built all across the neighborhoods.
Brighton is primarily populated by graduate students and young professionals. Along Washington Street you will find small family businesses and Saint Elizabeth's Hospital - reputed as one of the finest hospitals in the northeast.
Brighton is host to the Bryman Institute, Saint John's Seminary and part of Boston College. Nearby you will find some of the finest institutes of higher learning in the country including Boston University, Harvard University and MIT.