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Aug14 THRU Aug 15

Party

Coppersmith Presents 80's & 90's Night

  • free

80’s & 90’s night once a month.

South Boston’s lively venue is throwing is back to the best of the 80’s & 90’s once a month starting June 20th.

Wednesday, June 20th 9:00PM-12:00AM

Wednesday, July 18th 9:00PM-12:00AM

Wednesday, August 15th 9:00PM-12:00AM

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Coppersmith

40 West 3rd St.
Boston, MA 02127 United States

(617) 658-3452

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Aug14 THRU Aug 17

Art   |   Education   |   Workshop

Arts & Tech Summer Programs for Kids at The Makery

  • $425

The Makery @ Coolidge Corner is a new makerspace, creative workspace and design lab. This summer, they are offering programs for kids! These STEM-based programs combine arts & tech for kids and teens. Including dream house model-making, wall decorating, weaving, embroidery, game-making, comic books and more. Morning programs are intended for rising 3rd-6th graders, and afternoon programs are intended for rising 6th graders and up. There are also evening workshops available for ages 14 and up.

Dream House: Architecture & Design

July 9-13, 8:30am-12:30pm: 3rd through 6th grade

Weaving, Embroidery & Beading

July 16-20, 8:30am-12:30pm: 3rd through 6th grade

Dream House : Architecture & Design

July 16-20, 1-5pm: 6th grade and up

Elements of Art

July 23-27, 8:30am-12:30pm: 3rd through 6th grade

Arts & Tech Wall Deco

July 23-27, 1-5pm: 6th grade and up

Molding & Modeling 3D Designs

July 30-August 3, 1-5pm: 6th grade and up

Superheroes & Comic Books

Aug 6-10, 8:30am-12:30pm:  3rd through 6th grade

Fun & Games

August 6-10,1-5pm: 6th grade and up

Architecture & Design

August 13-17, 8:30am-12:30pm: 3rd through 6th grade

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The Makery

2 Sewall Avenue
Brookline, MA 02446 United States

(617) 230-9621

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Aug14 THRU Aug 19

Theater

Moulin Rouge! The Musical

  • $70-$250

Head to the Emerson Colonial Theatre for the world premiere production of Moulin Rouge! The Musical.

This world premiere production adapts Baz Luhrmann’s 2001 film about a writer who falls in love with an aspiring actress. Directed by Alex Timbers.

Emerson Colonial Theatre, 106 Boylston St., Boston (888-616-0272) emersoncolonialtheatre.com. MBTA: Green Line to Boylston. Through Aug. 19. $70-$250. See website for complete details.

Photo: Matthew Murphy

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Emerson Colonial Theatre

106 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02116 United States

(888) 616-0272

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Aug14 THRU Aug 26

Art

Recreating Nature

Blossom at this field of creativity at Fountain Street Gallery, on display through Aug. 26.

Fountain Street Gallery is going au naturel with Recreating Nature, its latest exhibit showcasing a collaboration by 13 of the gallery’s Associate Members. Exploring individual perspectives on the outside world through a range of mediums, the collection highlights works by locally grown artists Nan Hass Feldman and Stacey Piwinski, as well as artwork by abstract, mixed-media artist Patty deGrandpre. Made using ink on drafting film, deGrandpre’s I Wish This Day Would Never End (seen above) depicts a set of three luminous panoramic mountainscapes featuring blurred, purple-hued skylines. Blossom at this field of creativity at Fountain Street Gallery, on display through Aug. 26.

. / Lauren Crociati

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Fountain Street Gallery

460 Harrison Ave.
Boston, MA United States

(774) 286-1800

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Aug14 THRU Aug 26

Theater

The Book of Mormon

  • Tickets start at $35

The Book of Mormon is coming back to Boston for a limited two-week run at the Boston Opera House from August 14-26. Tickets on sale beginning Dec. 3.

Boston Opera House

539 Washington St.
Boston, MA 02111 United States

(617) 259-3400

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Aug14 THRU Aug 31

Party

The Fenway Fridays

‘Fenway Fridays’ celebrates the burgeoning Fenway neighborhood and community with special offers, discounts, entertainment, and more.

Spearheaded by Samuels & Associates, ‘The Fenway Fridays’ weekly block party launches this week. Driven by the belief that people should be able to live, work, shop and play in dynamic communities, Samuels & Associates’ ‘Fenway Fridays’ celebrates the burgeoning Fenway neighborhood and community with special offers, discounts, entertainment, and more.

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Fenway Park

4 Yawkey Way
Boston, MA 02215 United States

(877) 733-7699

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Aug14 THRU Aug 31

Film

Movies by Moonlight at The Boston Harbor Hotel

Every Friday throughout June, July and August enjoy a Free movie under the stars at dusk. 

The Boston Harbor Hotel is transforming its waterfront location for their annual Movies by Moonlight series. Every Friday throughout June, July and August enjoy a Free movie under the stars at dusk.

6/15 When Harry Met Sally
6/22 It Happened One Night
6/29 Grease

7/6 Field of Dreams
7/13 The Lion King
7/20 Splash
7/27 Wizard of Oz

8/3 Breakfast at Tiffany’s
8/10 The Karate Kid
8/17 Hook
8/24 Dr. No
8/31 Out of Africa

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Boston Harbor Hotel

70 Rowes Wharf
Boston, MA 02110 United States

(617) 439-7000

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Aug14 THRU Sep 2

Theater

Mama Mia

  • $59-$84

Directed by Kevin P. Hill. 

Infused with ABBA’s biggest hits, this musical comedy follows a young bride-to-be who invites three of her mother’s former flames to her wedding with the hope of identifying which one is her father. Directed by Kevin P. Hill.

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North Shore Music Theater

62 Dunham Rd # 1
Beverly , MA 01915 United States

(978) 232-7200

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Aug14 THRU Sep 3

Art

Stephen Sheffield’s An Audience

Panopticon Gallery presents Stephen Sheffield’s ‘An Audience’ and other works in Flight of Fancy, through Sept. 3.

Claire Rosen, Stephen Sheffield and Kerry Mansfield capture exotic birds, hang gliders and old Hollywood in Flight of Fancy. Through Sept. 3. 

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Panopticon Gallery

502c Comm. Ave.
Boston, MA 02215 United States

(781) 718-5777

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Aug14 THRU Sep 9

Art

Unfolding Histories

  • $12; $10, seniors and students; free, members and visitors under 19

Unfolding Histories documents Cape Ann’s Native American life, first European settlers, the temperance movement and beyond through historical and archival materials.

Cape Ann Museum

27 Pleasant St.
Gloucester, MA 01930 United States

(978) 283-0455

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Aug14 THRU Sep 13

Food + Drink

Block Party Series at Eataly Boston

Enjoy the beautiful summer in Italian fashion at Eataly Boston’s Piazza all’Aperto.

Enjoy the beautiful summer in Italian fashion at Eataly Boston’s Piazza all’Aperto. Starting June 14th, Eataly is throwing a block party every month. Eat, drink and soak up the sun with quality food, activities and live music. Food and drink tickets are available in advance or at the door.

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Eataly

800 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02199 United States

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Aug14 THRU Sep 16

Art

FORTitude: The Art of Play

  • $10; $8, seniors; $5, students; free, members and children under 12; free

Members of the New England Sculptors Association present fanciful stone, clay and glass creations in Grounds for Play: Sculptures that Excite the Imagination. June 23-
Oct. 21. • Deek Diedricksen’s interactive multimedia installation FORTitude: The Art of Play, a collaboration with woodworker Palo Coleman and mural artist Felipe Ortiz, allows visitors to explore how they play—mentally and physically. Through Sept. 16.

School’s out—or soon to be out—for summer. That means play is in, especially at Fuller Craft Museum’s latest exhibit FORTitude: The Art of Play, a companion to its Playtime in the Making exhibit that explores how play contributes to the four stages of creativity. FORTitude, a collaboration between tiny house builder Deek Diedricksen, woodworker/designer Palo Coleman and mural artist Felipe Ortiz, welcomes viewers to incorporate the lessons of playtime while exploring freeform play in the interactive forts and jungle-inspired landscapes. The mixed-media installation also allows museumgoers to immerse themselves alongside bright, tropical scenery such as in Ortiz’s Pacifican Refuge mural. Fly by the jungle at Fuller Craft Museum to catch FORTitude: The Art of Play through Sept. 16. / Julia Aparicio

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Fuller Craft Museum

455 Oak Street
Brockton, MA 02301 United States

(508) 588-6000

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Aug14 THRU Sep 21

Art

Echo Trobridge Artist Residency

  • free

The Brookline Arts Center presents the first annual Echo Trobridge Artist Residency featuring the work of Dave Bermingham.

The Brookline Arts Center presents the first annual Echo Trobridge Artist Residency featuring the work of Dave Bermingham. The residency provides five weeks of artistic development and culminates with a three-week public exhibition in our unique gallery space.

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Brookline Arts Center

86 Monmouth St.
Brookline, MA 02446 United States

(617) 566-5715

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Aug14 THRU Sep 23

Art

Sally Mann

  • $20

Sally Mann has gained plenty of accolades during her 40-year photography career, but she’s never had an international traveling exhibit of her work until now.

Sally Mann has gained plenty of accolades during her 40-year photography career, but she’s never had an international traveling exhibit of her work until now. Before shadowing in Paris next year, A Thousand Crossings will fill the Peabody Essex Museum with 115 images from the woman who was once named “America’s Best Photographer” by Time magazine. Including some previously unpublished photos, the collection portrays Mann’s vision of the South while exploring themes on family, the land, racism and mortality. Grappling with a region and its people and places that were torn apart by racism and violence, the pictures capture scenes ranging from her three kids playing near a remote cabin in Virginia (Easter Dress, pictures) to photographs of Civil War battlefields. / Nicole Rodger

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Peabody Essex Museum

East India Square, 161 Essex St.
Salem, MA 01970 United States

(978) 745-9500

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Aug14 THRU Sep 28

Art

Lived Space at deCordova

Lived Space: Humans and Architecture comes to DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum through September 28.

DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is making room for its spring exhibit, Lived Space: Humans and Architecture. Showcasing a collection of prints pulled from the permanent collection, it examines the emotional and physical connections we place on the spaces we create and make our own by bringing together artists influenced by their architectural surroundings. Find works by Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Abelardo Morell and Massachusetts-based artist Sarah Malakoff, who utilizes large-scale color photographs of quirky spaces to touch on deeper themes of identity, including her Untitled Interior, which features a lone lion statue hiding in the stairway of a psychedelic hallway.  / Julia Aparicio

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deCordova Sculpture Park

51 Sandy Point Road
Lincoln, MA United States

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Aug14 THRU Sep 29

Art

Infinite Vibration: Niho Kozuru

Head to the Seaport neighborhood for Boston-based sculptor Niho Kozuru’s exhibit at the Society of Arts + Crafts.

The Society of Arts + Crafts presents an exhibition featuring Boston-based sculptor Niho Kozuru from June 21 to September 29.

 

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Society of Arts + Crafts

100 Pier 4 Blvd. Ste. 200
Boston, MA 02210 United States

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Aug14 THRU Oct 8

Art

Casanova's Europe

  • $25

Casanova’s Europe taps the 18th-century intellectual’s 12-volume memoir to explore his world in Venice, London and elsewhere.

Casanova’s Europe taps the 18th-century intellectual’s 12-volume memoir to explore his world in Venice, London and elsewhere through 250 paintings, sculptures, decorative arts, furniture and costumes. The exhibit includes Giuseppe Gricci’s The Doctor, Harlequin, and Colombine. 

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Museum of Fine Arts

465 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115 United States

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Aug14 THRU Oct 9

Kimpton Marlowe Celebrates Summer with "Dogs & Drafts"

  • free

Guests are welcome to bring their dogs after work and head to the hotel for some beer and bites.

Join in for the first Dogs & Drafts this summer at the dog-friendly Kimpton Marlowe Hotel in Cambridge. Guests are welcome to bring their dogs after work and head to the hotel for some beer and bites. There will be raffles at each event with the chance to win puppy related prizes. Proceeds from the raffles will benefit Great Dog Rescue New England.

July 10th – Night Shift Brewing 5PM – 7PM

August 14th – Lord Hobo Brewing Co. 5:30PM – 7:30PM

September 18th – Aeronaut Brewing Co. 5PM – 7PM

October 9th – Notch Brewing 5PM – 7PM

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Kimpton Marlowe Hotel

25 Edwin H Land Blvd.
Cambridge , MA 02141 United States

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Aug14 THRU Oct 28

Art

Yayoi Kusama's Where the Lights in My Heart Go

  • $14

Head to DeCordova for Yayoi Kusama’s Where the Lights in My Heart Go.

Installed in the Pollack Family Terrace, Yayoi Kusama’s Where the Lights in My Heart Go is a 10-by-10-foot chamber with a mirrored interior that visitors can step inside to inspect a never-ending illusion.

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deCordova Sculpture Park

51 Sandy Point Road
Lincoln, MA United States

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Aug14 THRU Oct 28

Art

View from the Headlands Exhibit

Dive into the must-sea View from the Headlands at Cape Ann Museum, on display through Oct. 28.

Cape Ann Museum has gone overboard with View from the Headlands, its latest exhibit honoring illustrator Harrison Cady with a collection of the late artist’s works. At the turn of the 20th century, Cady landed the covers of several publications, including Life magazine, Ladies’ Home Journal and the Saturday Evening Post. While Cady’s career sent him to the Big Apple, his adoration of the waterfront in his home state of Massachusetts led him to make Rockport his permanent summer home starting in 1920. New Yorkers knew Cady for his syndicated comic strip “Peter Rabbit,” but his legacy in New England emerged from his coastal oil and watercolor paintings, such as Stage Fort Park. Created at Cady’s property known as “The Headlands,” the 1930s watercolor (seen above) depicts a troupe of children eyeing a line of cannons on a seaside cliff. Dive into the must-sea View from the Headlands at Cape Ann Museum, on display through Oct. 28.

. / Nicole Rodger

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Cape Ann Museum

27 Pleasant St.
Gloucester, MA 01930 United States

(978) 283-0455

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Aug14 THRU Jan 21

Art

Candice Breitz: Love Story

  • $25; $23, seniors and students 18 and older; $10, ages 7-17 during school hours; free, visitors under 18 on weekdays after 3 pm, weekends and Boston Public School holidays; free, members

A seven-channel video installation, Candice Breitz’s Love Story spotlights the global refugee crisis by presenting interviews with six individuals who fled their native countries alongside their stories acted out by Alec Baldwin and Julianne Moore.

Museum of Fine Arts

465 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115 United States

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Aug14 THRU Mar 10

Art

Collecting Stories: Native American Art

  • $25; $23, seniors and students 18 and older; $10, ages 7-17 during school hours; free, visitors under 18 on weekdays after 3 pm, weekends and Boston Public School holidays; free, members

Collecting Stories: Native American Art features Navajo weavings, Zuni Pueblo pottery, Plains Indians beadwork and other rarely seen works.

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Museum of Fine Arts

465 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115 United States

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Aug16

Music

Frank Sinatra tribute singer, Michael Dutra

  • Free

Head to Tuscan Kitchen Seaport location every Thursday in August for Frank Sinatra Tribute singer, Michael Dutra.

Frank Sinatra tribute singer, Michael Dutra, moonlights as “The Sultan of Swoon” at Tuscan Kitchen in the Seaport every Thursday from 7 pm – 10 pm in August.

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Tuscan Kitchen – Seaport District

64 Seaport Blvd.
Boston, MA 02210 United States

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Aug17 THRU Sep 1

Theater

Our Dear Dead Drug Lord

  • $20-$30

Set in a Florida treehouse, this world premiere is about a group of adolescent girls wrestling with love, friendship and drug experimentation—and possibly the summoned ghost of drug lord Pablo Escobar. Directed by Rebecca Bradshaw.

Making its world premiere this month, Our Dear Dead Drug Lord is here to answer an age-old question: What happens when four bored teenagers break out the Ouija board and try to conjure the spirit of drug kingpin Pablo Escobar? Alexis Scheer—recognized as the Rising Theater Star in this year’s Boston’s Best awards—penned the play about girls at a crossroads between childhood and not-yet-adulthood as they wrestle with falling in love, experimenting with drugs and other adolescent struggles in a treehouse they played in as kids. Scheer’s raw work is already garnering spirited reviews, snagging finalist awards at the 2018 LTC Carnaval of New Latinx Work and the 2018 Bay Area Playwrights Festival. Get spellbound when Off the Grid Theatre presents Our Dear Dead Drug Lord at the BCA’s Calderwood Pavilion from Aug. 17 to Sept. 1. / Nathan Tavares             

Photo: Ally Schmaling

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Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

527 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02116 United States

(617) 266-0800

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Aug17

Dance

Will Monotone

Head to Bijou on Aug. 17 for Boston-bred Will Monotone.

Boston-bred Will Monotone spins house and dance beats at Bijou on Aug. 17.                 

Photo: Jan Bloch

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Bijou

51 Stuart St.
Boston, MA 02116 United States

(617) 357-4565

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Aug17

Food + Drink

Pier Fest and Clam Bake

  • $20

Pier 6 and Lord Hobo Brewing Co. host Pier Fest and Clam Bake on AUg. 17.

Pier 6

1 8th St.
Boston, MA 02129 United States

(617) 337-0054

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Aug17

Music

Counting Crows

The Counting Crows are coming to the Xfinity Center on Aug. 17.

Legendary ’90s rock outfit Counting Crows come ’round here on Aug. 17 at the Xfinity Center.

Photo: Danny Clinch

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Xfinity Center

885 S Main St.
Mansfield, MA 02048 United States

(508) 339-2331

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Aug18

Food + Drink

Brew at the Zoo

  • $55

Don’t miss the ninth annual Brew at the Zoo!

Don’t miss the ninth annual Brew at the Zoo! Brew at the Zoo is a beer-tasting event that gives guests the opportunity to walk on the wild side as they sample offerings from local breweries and restaurants. The entire zoo (weather permitting) will be open for this event, with the exception of the seasonal Butterfly Landing exhibit.

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Franklin Park Zoo

1 Franklin Park Road
Boston, MA 02121 United States

617541

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Aug18

Food + Drink   |   Party

Brew at the Zoo

  • $65; 21+

Brew at the Zoo arrives at the Franklin Park Zoo on Aug. 18 at 3:30 pm. $65. 21+.

Go wild at the Franklin Park Zoo’s annual Brew at the Zoo on Aug. 18. Sample suds from 43 New England breweries, including Aeronaut Brewing Co. and Clown Shoes, while noshing on treats from vendors like Back Deck. With the ability to roam through the zoo, those wanting to sip on the wild side can go on a prehistoric expedition to the new Destination Dino exhibit, where guests can interact with an animatronic T. rex or get their hands dirty while excavating fossils. And join historian Michael Reiskind for an illustrated talk on the lost breweries of Roxbury and Jamaica Plain that once made Boston the U.S. city with the most breweries per person. Grab your favorite party animals and head to the Franklin Park Zoo on Aug. 18. / Julia Aparicio

Photo: Zoo New England

 

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Franklin Park Zoo

1 Franklin Park Road
Boston, MA 02121 United States

617541

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Aug18

Music

Dwele

  • $40-$55, all ages

Head to City Winery for Detroit singer/songwriter Dwele on Aug. 18.

Detroit singer/songwriter Dwele infuses City Winery with his blend of Motown-inspired soul and R&B on Aug. 18.

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City Winery Boston

80 Beverly St.
Boston, MA 02114 United States

(617) 933-8047

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Aug18

Music

Gym Class Heroes

  • $28, all ages

Head to Brighton Music Hall for Gym Class Heroes on Aug. 18.

The Gym Class Heroes school the crowd with their blend of hip-hop and funk rock at Brighton Music Hall on Aug. 18.

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Brighton Music Hall

158 Brighton Avenue
Allston, MA 02134 United States

(617) 779-0140

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Aug18

Music

Calpurnia

  • $28, all ages

See if things get strange when Calpurnia takes the stage at Paradise Rock Club on Aug. 18.

While stranger things have happened than four best friends jamming in a basement and forming a band, the lead singer of Vancouver indie-rock band Calpurnia just happens to be Finn Wolfhard, star of the hit Netflix series Stranger Things. When he’s not helping Eleven hide from shadowy governmental organizations, Wolfhard joins pals Malcolm Craig, Ayla Tesler-Mabe and Jack Anderson to hit the studio and the stage, including their debut TV spot on Jimmy Kimmel Live in July. The band officially formed last year and released a cover of “Wanted You” by Chicago indie rock band Twin Peaks, who Calpurnia counts as a musical idol. After signing to Royal Mountain Records, Calpurnia tapped Twin Peaks’ Cadien Lake James to produce and record their six-track EP, Scout, which was released in June. See if things get strange when Calpurnia takes the stage at Paradise Rock Club on Aug. 18. / Nicole Rodger

Photo: Pooneh Ghana

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Paradise Rock Club

967 Comm. Ave.
Boston, MA 02215 United States

(617) 562-8800

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Aug18

Dance

DJ Vice

  • $75, 21+

DJ Vice heads to The Grand on Aug. 18.

Los Angeles’ DJ Vice drops hip-hop, dance and electronic rhythms at The Grand on Aug. 18.

Photo: Atlantic Records

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The Grand

58 Seaport Blvd., Suite 300
Boston, MA United States

(617) 322-0200

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Aug21

Books

Hala Alyan's 'Salt Houses' book reading

  • Free

Flee to Brookline Booksmith to hear from Hala Alyan on Aug. 21. 

Hala Alyan explores the effects of forced immigration in Salt Houses, her novel chronicling the distress of one family through various members’ perspectives. The novel begins in Palestine in 1963 when a wedding prophecy predicts a future that will include travel. Through war, conflict and marriage, the family is uprooted to Kuwait, Beirut, Boston and beyond, as Alyan maps six decades of displacement. The book highlights the psychological effects of diaspora as the characters reckon with their inability to return home. Flee to Brookline Booksmith to hear from Alyan on Aug. 21. / Hadley Goodman

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Brookline Booksmith

279 Harvard St.
Brookline, MA 02446 United States

(617) 566-6660

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Aug25

Fitness

Sprints & Sun Salutations

  • $20

Heartbreak Hill Running Company and Whole Heart Provisions host a running and restorative yoga crawl on Saturday, Aug. 25.

Heartbreak Hill Running Company

294 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02139 United States

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Aug30

Party

Illuminate the Harbor Fireworks Cruise Aboard Adirondack III

  • $75 adults; $55 children

Classic Harbor Line kicks off Labor Day weekend with a Fireworks Cruise aboard the Adirondack III.

Classic Harbor Lines sets sail on the Adirondack III for an end of summer celebration. Watch the Labor Day fireworks on the harbor, enjoy champagne and complimentary appetizers and desserts.

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Classic Harbor Line Boston

60 Rowes Wharf
Boston, MA United States

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Aug31

Party

Summer Barbecue & Beers Cruise

  • $55 adults; $0 children

Classic Harbor Line hosts a end of summer celebration aboard a vintage motor yacht with seasonal beers and barbecue.

Classic Harbor Line Boston

60 Rowes Wharf
Boston, MA United States

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Sep6

LGBT   |   Theater

RuPaul’s Drag Race: Werq the World Tour

  • $43

Hosted by Bob The Drag Queen, RuPaul’s Drag Race World Tour returns to Boston on Sept. 6. with performances from Season 10 finalists Aquaria, Asia O’Hara, Eureka and Kameron Michaels along with fan favorites Kim Chi, Valentina and Violet Chachki.

Boch Shubert Theatre

265 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02116 United States

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Sep10

Sweet Feet for Strikes

Improper Bostonian is proud to be a sponsor of Sweet Feet for Strikes at Kings in Legacy Place.  For tickets and more information call 781-421-3025 x208 or visit sweetfeetforstrikes.com.

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Sep11

  |   Party

Fenway to the Runway

The Improper Bostonian is pleased to be a sponsor of From Fenway to the Runway, a fashion show and luncheon featuring the Red Sox wives. The event will be held at the Hotel Commonwealth. For more information visit redsoxfoundation.org/runway.

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Hotel Commonwealth

500 Comm. Ave.
Boston, MA 02215 United States

(617) 933-5000

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Sep16

Art

Brookline Arts Center Open House

  • free

An autumn-inspired afternoon filled with artwork, activities and fun for all ages!

An autumn-inspired afternoon filled with artwork, activities and fun for all ages!

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Brookline Arts Center

86 Monmouth St.
Brookline, MA 02446 United States

(617) 566-5715

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Sep18

Kids

Mirror, Mirror, What do You See?

Join us as we play with different kinds of reflections and experiment by using mirrors to create symmetry.

Have you ever wondered how you can see yourself in a mirror? Join us as we play with different kinds of reflections and experiment by using mirrors to create symmetry, refract light, and expand your field of vision.

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Discovery Museum

177 Main Street
Acton, MA 01720 United States

(978) 264-4200

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Sep23

Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk

Improper Bostonian is pleased to be a sponsor of the Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk. Choose the route option that works for you 5, 10, 13.1 or 26.2 miles. For more information go to www.jimmyfundwalk.org.

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Sep27 THRU Sep 30

Theater

Meet Fred

  • $15-$35

Puppet Showplace Theater presents Meet Fred, a performance by Hiinx Theatre at Boston Center for the Arts from Sept. 27-30.

Head to Boston Center for the Arts to catch Meet Fred, a performance by Hijinx Theatre and presented by Puppet Showplace Theater. For tickets, visit: https://www.puppetshowplace.org/meet-fred

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Boston Center for the Arts

539 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02116 United States

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Oct27

Art

Halloween pARTy

  • $25

This second annual spooktacular event.

This second annual spooktacular event features unique art, libations, light fare, a costume contest, pumpkin carving contest, photo booth, games, music and more.

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Brookline Arts Center

86 Monmouth St.
Brookline, MA 02446 United States

(617) 566-5715

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