… AND THE LIVIN’S EASY

May 21, 2014
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There’s nothing quite like summer, right? The salty ocean air, the sweaty, suntanned bodies, the electric nights, the big cinematic blockbusters, the pool parties and afternoons on the boat, the barbecues, the kids out of school, the weekends spent lounging on the couch when you should be mowing your yard, because damn it’s hot out there and some basic cable channel is running a Star Wars marathon.

There’s a lot to do (or, you know, be lazy and not do). We’re here to help: From sports to arts to movies to booze to food, what follows is our Ultimate Summer Guide, your one-stop-shop for, well, everything that matters. If you don’t have fun this summer, it’s your own fault. — Jeffrey C. Billman

FOOD & DRINKS
8 Great Summer Watering Holes by Janet Harper

Booze the Heat Away by Jessica Bryce Young

The Perfect Backyard BBQ by Caron Streibich

Cool Off with these 5 Local Treats by Caron Streibich

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Summer Music Preview: 10 Can’t Miss Concerts by Nick McGregor

Best Records of Summer: Drop It Like It’s Hot by Nick McGregor

Pool Party Playlist by Nick McGregor 

Summer Reading List: 6 Off-the-Radar (and Not Frothy) Beach Reads by Susan Cooper Eastman

Summer Movie Preview: Bigger Than a Redbox by Steve Schneider

Summer Arts Preview: Go Inside and Culture Yourself by David Johnson

Summer Sports Preview: Sweat Worthy by David Johnson

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