Bourgeois Food and Wine, Purple People Bridge to a Grand Sports Weekend
March 28, 2007
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Wednesday is the new Thursday
Bourgeois in Boston opens at the Institute of Contemporary Art’s new building today. This collection of sculptures, prints and drawings from private and public Boston-area collections of Louise Bourgeois’ work is on display in the cantilevered galleries in this cutting-edge building along the harbor. Don’t forget to visit the media center which points down at a 24-degree angle and boasts a 21′ wide picture window with a view of the water.
Save your appetite and hit San Francisco’s Opera House for the Toast of the Town tonight. With more than 500 wines and food from more than 30 restaurants, there is no shortage of opportunities for your taste buds. Silent auctions at each event will benefit America’s Second Harvest.
Gather a group of fellow thrill-seekers and plan to don some purple for the climb over Cincinnati’s Purple People Bridge. This is the country’s longest pedestrian-only bridge and at the apex of the bridge, climbers walk over a glass floor that is suspended directly over the Ohio River. It’s “only” 140 feet up — you’re not afraid of heights, are you?
Yes it’s here, Final Four weekend! If you didn’t pony up for tickets, no worries. Head to an official fan gathering spot in Atlanta. And enjoy the games guilt-free since you aren’t at work.
Did you think spring began last week? Nah, it really starts today with the Opening Day of Baseball. Brush up on your Opening Day history then invite some buddies over for some grilled up grub, and impress them with your knowledge. Or just lose yourself in the happiness of bats, balls, fields and umpires.