With only three more days left to submit 50 on Fire nominations, it’s safe to say things are really heating up. Pun intended. Last week we gave you a sneak peek at nominees across each of the ten categories, and just yesterday, we had some movers and shakers in Boston dining weigh in on who’s sizzling in kitchens across the city. Now we wanted to highlight the musical minds, artistic game-changers, and hot spots in local arts and entertainment. Don’t worry, we’ll run out of fire-related phrases soon.
What we don’t seem to be running out of, however, is nominations. And that’s the way it should be. We live in one of the best places in the world. Just this past year, the Hub was dubbed the smartest city in North America, and Massachusetts led the pack as #1 in the nation for entrepreneurs.
We know Boston is an awesome place to work, but it’s also an amazing city in which to live and play. And no, it’s not because it earned the title of Drunkest City in North America–for the second year in a row. Our city’s rich history comes second only to the endless potential it boasts. We have local arts and entertainment, in part, to thank for this.
Here is a look at some 50 on Fire arts and entertainment nominees. Remember, nominations close this Friday, February 8th, so tell us about the individuals and organizations you think are setting the Boston scene on fire across all ten categories while you still have a chance. Then join us on March 26th to celebrate the winners at BostInno’s most combustible event yet.