A GIRL HAS NO NAME: Rapper Noname (nee Fatima Warner) was feeling additional artsy while on the town this week. After performing her hit “Ace” with Smino and Saba on “The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon” earlier this week, the musician managed to sandwich a visit to the Museum of Positive Arts in between her two bought-out exhibits at the Royale. The Chicago native, who began the yr off robust by releasing her new monitor “Music 31,” apparently spent Friday afternoon searching a few of the shows at the MFA.
HERO SHOP: Pauli’s North End is here to assist people who’ve been affected by the continued government shutdown. Paul Barker, owner of the neighborhood sandwich joint, simply publicly provided to cover lunch for individuals caught within the political crossfire, asking them to return into the shop from 1 to 3 p.m. Monday by way of a Fb submit. “I’m not talking politics, or taking sides regarding the #governmentshutdown,” he wrote. “What I’m seeing is that individuals are not getting paychecks, they will’t pay their bills they usually’re struggling. As a small enterprise it’s exhausting to know what to do to assist, so I’m doing the one factor I can do.” Along with extending the free noon meal, Barker continued, “If I can find a approach to afford to continue to do different issues I’ll. Also, if another restaurants, or retailers see this and may do something to assist — be a part of us on this. #ItsUpToUs #Boston.”
POP ROCKS: Nicole Michelle introduced a bunch of Boston names to the North Shore, as the rising pop singer headlined a special show at Breakaway in Danvers late last week. The regionally raised artist was joined by a slew of acquainted faces, who all got here out to help the kick-off of her 2019 tour. The recognizable visitors on the gig included: Scott Brown, former U.S. Senator and present ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa, and his daughter Ayla Brown, an “American Idol” vet who simply moved her music profession from Nashville back right here to Boston to co-host Country 102.5’s morning present; iconic comic Steve Sweeney; Grammy-profitable guitarist and producer Paul Nelson; and Money Mav of iHeart Radio and Jam’n ninety four.5 fame.