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POST-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 26, 2014 Page 9 Dom Flemmons with Music Maker Relief Foundation, and his first since leaving the Carolina Chocolate Drops. Prospect Hill finds Flemons digging deeply into ragtime, Pied- mont blues, spirituals, southern folk music, string band music, jug band music, fife and drum music, and ballads idioms with show- manship and humor, rein- terpreting the music to suit 21~t century audiences. He was featured on NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross and his new album has received praise from The Boston Globe, Paste Magazine, Living Blues Magazine, and more. For more information visit www.domflemons.com/. For nearly 40 years, First Night Boston has become a cherished Boston tradition and a signature event of the city. "First Night Boston is a wonderful event," says Blake Jordan, Executive Director, Highland Street Foundation "that provides access to the arts for Mas- sachusetts families. With the Family Festival at the Hynes, to the Grand Proces- sion parade, there is a great variety of fun family activi- ties to choose from." "It's an honor to help stew- ard such a long-time, favor- ite Boston event," says Ken- neth Brissettte, Director of Tourism, Sports, and Enter- Delicious fresh seafood prepared to your discerning taste. Boston's favorite restaurant since 1826. Sunday-Thursday I l a.m.-9:30 p.m. Friday & Saturday II a.m.-10 p.m. Union Bar ill Midnight 41 Union St. 617-227-2750 * Most Major Credit Cards Valet Parking Reservations Recommended Grand Procession Parade tainment. "The upcoming First Night will attract amaz- ing performers, and we're thrilled to partner with so many of the city's busi- nesses, cultural organiza- tions, and hotels." First Night admission buttons are on sale at par- ticipating CVS Health loca- tions as well as online at ArtsBoston.org and at BosTix Booths (Copley Square and Faneuil Hall). Outdoor events are free, and admis- sion buttons allow entrance to all indoor programming. For a complete details visit jlrstnightboston;org. Photos courtesy of Pirst Night Boston & Ross Scabin, Ross Photographer