What was once Unpleasant Street is now uncommon street and better than ever! David and Aprille Lindbuam were on South Shore Live on October 15th talking about some of their upcoming events. This is David and Aprille’s 11th year scaring the neighbors and anyone else who visits! Uncommon Street is in Braintree and if you dont visit them on Halloween, you’ll be missing out! There is no website up yet for Uncommon street, but if you have any questions or comments about Uncommon Street, you can contact David and Aprille at email@example.com, find their page on facebook, or subscribe to their youtube channel!
Nope, not the holidays, but for me it’s Fall. Autumn. The time of the autumnal equinox when the days become a bit shorter and the air more crisp and cool.
I love fall! And tonight we’re celebrating the flavors of fall as we visit some local restaurants and taste test their fall menus. Pumpkin and root vegetables reign supreme as we explore Hola in Marshfield, Orta in Pembroke and Circe’s Grotto in Scituate.
We’ll also head west to Bolton’s Nashoba Valley Winery to learn about the apple harvest this year and the great wines and spirits produced there every year.
So tune in tonight at 8:00 p.m. on 959watd.com!
After you’ve picked thirty bushels of apple. You’ve baked them, mashed them, cooked them and eaten them with peanut butter or cheese, then you might move onto pumpkins, maybe a few spooky venues. But once you get bored of those, here are some unique Fall-time activities:
1. Wolf Hollow – odd, sexy and dangerous. Watch wolves in their natural habitat. Learn about them, see them run in packs. This one of kind location is a perfect Fall activity. Just bundle up in a blanket and sit and watch them. It’s located in Ipswich. It’s open every weekend and it’s less than $10 a person to get in. Children $5.
2. The Center Church Crypt – Connecticut is probably not high on your list of great Goolish places to visit this October, but it should be. Here, there is a fascinating crypt tucked away in the subterranean underworld of the Center Church, where you can see tombstones dating back as far as 1687.The crypt that is tucked away beneath Center Church holds the identifiable remains of 137 people, among them city founder Theophilus Eaton; Benedict Arnold’s first wife, Margaret Arnold; James Pierpont, one of the founders of Yale College; and the grandparents of U.S. President Rutherford B. Hayes. It is believed that about 1,000 unidentified individuals are also buried beneath the church. (more…)