Special Items

Posts about limited time or extra special topics.

Pilates in the Cradle of Liberty (Faneuil Hall - DUH!)

How many people can say they did pilates in the same place that our friend and firebrand Samuel Adams rallied Americans for the cause of independence? Or the location that has hosted impassioned speakers, from Oliver Wendall Holmes and Susan B. Anthony to Bill Clinton and Ted Kennedy?

Well now you can. And you have 5 opportunities to do so. Start your weekend strong with a FREE pilates bootcamp. Only thing you need is a mat! More at http://www.faneuilhallmarketplace.com/event/pilates-bootcamp-with-jennifer-phelan/2145408892



Like the arts and/or people and/or drinks? Next Opus Affair is Tues 3/13!

Join arts- and fun-interested folks next week at L’Espalier for mixing, mingling, and the opportunity to vote for your favorite of 3 non-profits to receive the proceeds from the evening’s punch bowl. This month’s featured non-profits are:

Handel and Haydn Society
Helios Early Opera
Boston Ballet

Fernet Branca and Carpano Antica sponsoring. Don’t miss it!
Tuesday, March 13, 6-9pm
@ L’Espalier 774 Boylston Street in the Back Bay
More details and RSVP here:


Podcast: ONEin3ers Give Their Takes and Boston by the Numbers

Ever wanted to learn more about Boston’s demographic stats? ONEin3 Mayor’s Advisory Council member Derrick Duplessy has put together a podcast interview with Mark Melnik, Deputy Director of Research for the Boston Redevelopment Authority. They discuss the 2010 census and how various aspects of the data affect the ONEin3 population in Boston. In addition, Derrick and two of our other Council members Jamie Simchik and Elizabeth Good share their opinions about some issues past and present facing Boston’s 20-34 population.
Click here to listen to the podcast!

Please note that the opinions voiced in this podcast belong solely to their respective speakers and do not reflect the position of ONEin3 Boston or any of its sponsors.

The Onein3 Boston podcast is place to find news and opinions that matter to the one-third of Boston’s population between the ages of 20 and 34.

This episode starts off with Jamie and Liz from the council musings on various current events in our ‘Quick Hits’ and ‘What’s on Your Mind’ segments. Mark Melnik, Deputy Director of Research for the Boston Redevelopment Authority stops by and discusses fascinating data from the latest 2010 Census as well as his career path. Did you know that Boston is 53% nonwhite? You’ll be surprised by some of the facts coming out of this interview.

Podcast time markers:
09:46 What’s on Your Mind
35:00 Mark Melnik Interview

For more information on Census data and other great info put together at the BRA, check out the BRA’s research webpage here:

Boston skyline

The podcast series is hosted by Derrick Duplessy, Executive Director of the Duplessy Foundation. If you have any comments, suggestions, or questions, feel free to email dfdupless@yahoo.com.