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Sing Your Favorite Songs at Station KTV

Station KTV in Malden is an open-late karaoke lounge featuring private rooms and state-of-the-art equipment like wireless microphones, a touch-screen system, and varied song selection. Karaoke rooms are spacious and include comfortable couches, tables, and even a mini-stage section for the ambitious singer.

If hunger strikes, Station KTV also offers an extensive menu of snacks, appetizers, desserts, non-alcoholic beverages, and alcoholic beverages. Try the popular Salted Pepper Jumbo Shrimp, Singapore Style Rice Noodles, or Yang Chow Fried Rice. The menu also includes ice cream mochi in tasty flavors like Green Tea and Red Bean.

Private rooms are priced by the hour, and range from $40 to $108 per hour. Rooms can accommodate anywhere from 8 to 25 people, so there is plenty of space for everyone. Stop by during their Happy Hour from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. for discounted room rates, about $20 to $60 per hour.

Learn About Boston’s History at the Skywalk Observatory

Visitors to Boston's Skywalk Observatory say that this place is unlike any other. You'll get a birds-eye view of the city and surrounding countryside from 50 stories up, and when visibility is good you can see up to 100 miles away.

When you visit, be sure that you pay attention to the accompanying audio tour (included with every admission), which gives you the history behind various landmarks you'll be able to see from the Observatory. Each audio guide also lets you choose a children's version of the tour, too, in case you have little ones to entertain. If you want a truly special experience, Yelp reviewers suggest that you consider timing your visit to coincide with sunset in order to enjoy a remarkable view. Don't forget to stop by the on-site Dreams of Freedom Museum, either, which includes a popular exhibit that explores how Boston's cultural diversity has shaped the city over many decades.

Commit to a Yoga Challenge at be. in Union Yoga

You’re just in time to take advantage of be. in Union Yoga’s 31 Days of Yoga. May 2018 will be devoted to spring cleaning, and they aren’t talking about your closet. For $250, you will receive four two-hour workshops each Sunday, along with daily emails, a workbook, discounts on class passes, and more.

31 Days of Yoga is just one of the valuable programs at be. in Union Yoga. They also feature an impressive class roster and ongoing workshop schedule. Look for all of the popular yoga classes, along with unique options like BURN, yoga props, and EDGE to get you out of your comfort zone and pushing yourself to the next physical level. New students can try be. in Union Yoga with one week of unlimited classes for just $40. They also have a variety of membership levels, class passes, and drop in rates available. Be sure to sign up soon for 31 Days of Yoga as space is limited, or drop in to a class today to see if be. in Union Yoga is a good fit for you.

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