See and Do

Things You Should Know This Week – March 2nd

Don’t forget to vote

It’s the Presidential Primary Election on Tuesday, March 3rd aka Super Tuesday!  Polls are open 7am-8pm.  Make sure to vote!  Wondering where you vote, visit here! 

Dorchester Art Project Movie Night

Enjoy the classic horror film Carrie on Tuesday, March 3rd At 7pm at DAP at 1486 Dorchester Avenue.  Free popcorn.  Donations are welcome.  Free movies every first Tuesday of the month.

Pinor Noir Dinner at dbar

Guests are invited to join dbar for a pinot noir wine dinner featuring pinots from around the world including Burgundy, Alsace, and the cliffs of California. The four-course dinner will feature a pinot pairing with each course. The dinner is $65 per person, and reservations can be made by calling 617-265-4490, or online via OpenTable. This delicious event takes place on Wednesday, March 4th at 7pm. You can check out the menu here! 

Savin Hillbillies perform at Dorchester Brewing Co.

The Savin Hillbillies will be playing the Dorchester Brewery Co. on Wednesday, March 4th from 6-9pm to support the Upham’s Corner Health Center. Enjoy delicious barbecue, beer and live music in support of the health center. The event will take place in the new “Hopservatory” on the roof of the Dorchester Brewery, 1250 Massachusetts Avenue (near South Bay Shopping Center) which has bars, a restaurant, a fireplace and great views of the City. Ribs, Beer and Great Music. Tickets are $100. For tickets you can email Jenna Tonet — JTonet@uphams.org 

A Better Fairmont Line

Join TransitMatters and the Fairmount Indigo Transit Coalition to learn how transit is improving in the neighborhood! on Saturday, March 7th at 10:00am. Hear about the 8 new trips and CharlieCard access coming this spring and learn about the plan to provide service every 15 minutes with clean electric trains. “We want to know what the barriers are to using the Fairmount Line, so we can break them down together.” See how you can take action! 

Check out our sister site – Caught in Southie’s Guide to St. Patrick’s Day Parade 

Our Ultimate Guide to St. Patrick’s Day in South Boston brings you all that is hip and happening this St. Patrick’s Day season.  We’ve got suggestions on what to wear and where to watch the parade. We’ve got lots of tips on entertaining and where to eat corned beef and cabbage this coming Sunday. We also have the info on where to catch live Irish music and which bars you can find your favorite cold beverage and friendly Southie service. Whether you come to the parade every year or this is your first time in Boston for St. Patrick’s day, you can count on Caught in Southie to be your ultimate guide to what to do and where to go on St. Patrick’s day. Check out the guide here! 

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Maureen Dahill

Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and Caught in Dot and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Hockey mom, yoga enthusiast, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.