Michael Connors Nightlife Legend Passes #RIP

Michael Connors Nightlife Legend Passes #RIP
Connors, Michael James Of Boston formerly of Hanover, 55, April 14, 1960 – August 22, 2015. To the sadness of his loving family and friends, Michael died suddenly Saturday. Michael grew up in the Indian Head Village neighborhood of Hanover, MA and graduated with class of 1978. Michael was a brother in I.A.T.S.E. Local #11 since 1983. He worked locally on movies, stage and concerts before traveling for 16 years as a Production Technician on Broadway Shows, Rock and Award Shows before coming back to Boston and taking the Property Master position in the Colonial Theater. In 2005 Michael became a restaurateur when he established the Intermission Tavern in Boston’s Theater District. He proudly celebrated 10 years in business with his loyal staff and friends in June.

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Michael was a good friend. Some of my fondest memories with him were in the worst place on earth, Restaurant Depot in Chelsea at the time.We would be stuck in these crazy lines and talk sometimes for a half hour until we could finally make our purchases. He was always happy and had that big smile and he always remembered everyones name.When we began the process of opening Stage Nightclub he was there to help guide us thru the neighborhood association meetings, letting us know all the things and people we needed to reach out to and watch out for.

I’m going to miss you Mike – I’ll catch you at the Intermission Tavern.

Love you Pal – Rest in Peace!

From The Dirty Water News Family/SJ Torres

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