12 Jun Cheers: Where Everybody Knows Your Name
da Wholy Stretch! continues…
On the last blog post, Grind Vs. Flow, I spoke about meeting Internet Marketer, Jason Silvestri. Before meeting Jay, we had to agree where we were going to meet. Since it was my first time in Boston and just so happen to find myself near one of the most iconic landmarks of the town (actually, it was a replica of the real thing), I told him to meet me at Cheers. For those of you who don’t know, Cheers is the pub where the popular 1980s sitcom was based on. One of the most memorable parts of the show, was the theme song, Where Everybody Knows Your Name. The song is one of those memories that can instantly transport me back into the 80s.
The Beantown Signs takes me through various parts of the beautiful city of Boston. One of them, a prestigious higher learning institution called Harvard University and the nostalgic Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox. Hangin’ around Beantown, it would be rare if you didn’t bump into someone who was sporting Red Sox paraphernalia. The Bawwstin folks are feverish FANatics and of course,… absolutely hate the Yankees!
Throughout the town were random performances by street entertainers. I was able to capture a dancin’ one on video in the subway. The cultural energy of Boston is unforgettable, so rich with history. It truly touches your heart as you feel connected to America’s family. I really look forward to more future visits.