The Bleacher Bar

This is a bar at Boston’s Fenway Park. The “bleachers” are the cheap seats that tend to be far from the action. The park installed a bar with windows that look out over the ball field near the bleacher seating. This neon sign guides the way.

16 thoughts on “The Bleacher Bar

      1. Osyth

        I intend to write a book based around Wilde’s assertion that we are two nations divided by a common language but as a very positive take on the fact. As a True Brit I get awfully tired of the tiresome snipes at spelling and pronunciation. If we are really to be a melting pot, surely it starts with embracing language nuances and being thankful for the differences and indeed allowing the colourful whole to meld together?

      2. milfordstreet Post author

        I agree. The program I just completed focused on “descriptive” grammar (how we really speak), rather than “prescriptive” grammar (how we ought to speak).

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