Best Arts & Entertainment in Boston 1975

Bars

1975 Best Martini

A tossup between the gem crafted by the Ritz and the beauty blended at Locke-Ober’s. Both are flawless creations—cold and so dry that, by comparison, Death Valley seems muggy...

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Entertainment

1975 Best Place to Ogle Men

Our female correspondent reports that Robert Redford would go unnoticed on the campus of Harvard’s Business School. (Anyone having knowledge of our correspondent’s whereabouts is requested to contact The Editors...)

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Entertainment

1975 Best Bowling Alley

Fifty glistening lanes which resound with pin thunder twenty-four hours a day. Donny Graham, the sports editor of the Washington Post has been known to make mid-night excursions to this...

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1975 Best Strip Club

The Two O’Clock Lounge, 642 Washington St., has enough pizazz to turn Billy Graham into a dirty old man. It is dark and dissolute and denizened with X-rated dancers...

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1975 Best Magician

Cabert Michaels, now appearing at The Rhinoceros, 295 Franklin St. on weekends from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Michaels, an alumnus of Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey, is an expert...

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Music

1975 Best Music Group, Local

It has a flair for the dramatic, and a wonderful way with music, that make for out-of-this-world entertainment. The Village Voice’s David Tipmore didn’t like it, and he’s entitled to...

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Music

1975 Best Marching Band

Meredith Wilson’s “Music Man” learned everything he knew from the Boston Firemen’s Band. Great beat and esprit which soars. Among the city’s other top-notch trombones are the Boston Policemen’s Band,...

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