Five Things You Need to Know Today: August 30
Farm-fresh goods, a questioned marriage, and baseball registration. Five things for Brookline.
1. Weather should be a lot like it was yesterday, according to the National Weather Service. High of 85ºF and sunny during the day, clear and 64ºF by night.
2. Something in town you want to vent about, or to praise? We'll happily consider a Letter to the Editor, if you send one in (with a few limitations). Send your letter, whatever the topic, to the Patch editor's inbox at, Grahame.Turner@patch.com.
3. As we approach fall, we also approach the end of the Brookline Farmer's Market season. Fortunately, we're still pretty close to the middle! If you haven't already made it to the Centre Street parking lot, do so today between 1:30 p.m. and dusk.
4. Think you have what it takes to join one of the premier Metro-West Boston baseball leagues? I do too, but you'll have to prove it by heading to the U11 Triple Crown Baseball Try Outs, which start today at 4 p.m., on 50 Homer Street in Newton. Fee to try out is $25.
5. Ira Wood gets asked "You're Married to Her?" a lot--has done for 30 years, about his wife, feminist poet and novelist Marge Piercy. Tonight he will answer that question, and talk about his new book (which shares its title with the oft-asked question) at the Brookline Booksmith tonight at 7 p.m.