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Feb23

Fitness

Frost Fit Winter Series

  • Free

Instructors from the November Project lead a set of exercises on the Esplanade on Feb. 23.

Instructors from the November Project lead an hourlong workout on the Esplanade that includes running loops, body-weight exercises and other activities.

Frost Fit Winter Series Meets at DCR Hatch Shell, 47 David G. Mugar Way, Boston. esplanade.org/ fitness. MBTA: Green Line to Arlington. Feb. 23, 10 am. Free. 

Photo: Victoria Samples

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Charles River Esplanade

Boston, MA United States

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Feb23

Party

An Evening Inspired by Sherlock Holmes

  • $65

Sleuth your way through WGBH studios gathering clues to solve a mystery with Sherlock-inspired cocktails and treats Saturday Feb. 23 7 pm 21+.

Sleuth your way through WGBH studios gathering clues to solve a mystery while you enjoy Sherlock-inspired cocktails and treats.

MBTA: #86 Bus to Guest St. 7 pm. $65. 21+.

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WGBH Studios

1 Guest St.
Boston, MA 02135 United States

(617) 300-3300

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Feb23

Film

Bugs Bunny Film Festival

  • $8.50-$11.50

Get your tickets to see Bugs Bunny and all the Looney Tunes gang at this 35mm film festival celebrating the beloved rabbit Feb. 15-25 at the Brattle Theatre.

Flicks featuring the silly rabbit are screened on 35 mm film, with a separate program starring Daffy Duck, the Tasmanian Devil and other Looney Tunes faves.

MBTA: Red Line to Harvard. Feb. 15-23. $8.50-$11.50. See website for complete details.

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Brattle Theatre

40 Brattle St.
Cambridge, MA 02138 United States

(617) 876-6837

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Feb23

Festival   |   Music

CRASHfest

  • $48

CRASHfest comes to House of Blues for one-night only in this indoor global music festival on Feb. 23.

Ten bands featuring Angelique Kidjo, Red Baraat, Tribu Baharu, M.A.K.U Soundsystem and more perform across three stages for this indoor global music festival. Bring your best moves for CRASHfest at the House of Blues on Feb. 23.

Photo: Brandon Johnson

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House of Blues

15 Lansdowne St.
Boston, MA 02215 United States

(888) 693-2583

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Feb23

Benefit

The Friends of Donny Higgins Memorial Fund Winter Gala

  • $125

Enjoy an evening of food and drink, live music and raffles to support the Friends of Donny Higgins Memorial Fund on Saturday Feb. 23 at 7 pm at the Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel.

Enjoy an evening of food and drink, live music and raffles to support the Friends of Donny Higgins Memorial Fund.

MBTA: Silver Line to World Trade Center. 7 pm. $125.

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The Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel

425 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02210 United States

(617) 532-4600

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Feb23 THRU Feb 24

Art

Microbial Visions

Fountain Street Gallery presents Kay Hartung’s Bio Networks 2 in Microbial Visions, on display from Jan. 30 to Feb. 24.

In Microbial Visions, Kay Hartung and collaborators Maria Peñil Cobo and Mehmet Berkmen explore humans’ relationship to microbes by utilizing live bacteria to create encaustic paintings. Jan. 30-Feb. 24.

Fountain Street Gallery 460 Harrison Ave., Boston (774-286-180o) fsfaboston.com. MBTA: Silver Line to E. Berkeley. Wed.-Sun., noon-6 pm.

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Fountain Street Gallery

460 Harrison Ave.
Boston, MA United States

(774) 286-1800

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Feb23 THRU Feb 24

Fitness   |   Wellbeing

Heal & Release Boston

  • Free

Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative and the Design Studio for Social Intervention present a weekend of healing featuring yoga, reiki and dance on Feb. 23-24.

Design Studio for Social Intervention

572 Columbia Rd.
Boston, MA United States

(617) 515-2848

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Feb23 THRU Feb 24

Theater

When Angels Fall

  • $10

Experience the New England Premiere of this French theatrical piece that combines aerial circus, dance and cinema that tells a tale of dystopian rebellion running at the Cutler Majestic Feb. 20-24.

A New England premiere, this dark theatrical piece with no dialogue spins the tale of a rebellion involving flightless angels and humans who have survived a global catastrophe. Directed by Raphaëlle Boitel.

MBTA: Green Line to Boylston. Feb. 20-24. $10-$95. See website for complete details.

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Cutler Majestic Theatre

219 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02116 United States

(617) 824-8000

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Feb23 THRU Feb 24

Art

Ansel Adams in Our Time

Ansel Adams in Our Time features works by the American landscape photographer displayed alongside images by his predecessors and contemporary artists grappling with similar themes such as environmental threats and land rights. Dec. 13-Feb. 24.

Refocus at Museum of Fine Art’s Ansel Adams in Our Time, featuring a collection of works by the late American landscape photographer. Inspired by government survey and expedition photographers of the late 19th century, Adams set out into the uninhabited American West to capture snaps of Yosemite Valley and Yellowstone. The pictures grappled with themes like wilderness spaces, indigenous peoples and environmental threats, such as in Pine Forest In the Snow (seen above) taken at Yosemite National Park in 1932. The exhibit presents his renowned work alongside that of his predecessors, as well as contemporary artists like Mark Klett, Trevor Paglen and Catherine Opie, whose works touch on land rights and natural resource issues. Venture into the wilderness at the MFA from Dec. 13 to Feb. 24. / Natalie Gale

Photo: The Lane Collection / The Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust / Courtesy, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Museum of Fine Arts

465 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115 United States

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Feb23 THRU Feb 28

Art

French Eyes on Boston

In French Eyes on Boston, French artist Marguerite Wibaux uses her experience exploring the city to create colorful portraits and landscape paintings. Through Feb. 28.

Set your sights on the French Cultural Center’s latest exhibit, Marguerite Wibaux’s French Eyes on Boston, a collection of oil paintings capturing the city and its youth. The assortment of colorful portraits and architectural landscapes encapsulates Wibaux’s vision of Boston, which she developed after moving to the city from France in 2017. Utilizing traditional French techniques established in the 20th century, Wibaux held live sessions to translate each portrait subject’s personality onto the canvas. She shines a light on the city’s generation of youth, as shown in Medina’s Vibes (seen above), depicting a young man gazing out calmly in front of a fabric-inspired background. Lay your eyes on the works at the French Cultural Center through Feb. 28. / Celia Carbone

French Cultural Center 53 Marlborough St., Boston (617-912-0400) frenchculturalcenter.org. MBTA: Green Line to Arlington. Mon., 5-9 pm; Tue.-Thu., 9 am-9 pm; Fri.-Sat., 9 am-5 pm. In French Eyes on Boston, French artist Marguerite Wibaux uses her experience exploring the city to create colorful portraits and landscape paintings. Through Feb. 28.

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French Cultural Center

53 Marlborough St.
Boston, MA 02116 United States

(617) 912-0400

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Feb23 THRU Feb 28

Benefit   |   Food + Drink

Community Through Hospitality

Celebrate Black History Month, at MIDA every day, order items from a happy hour menu to benefit ACLU and Black Economic Council of Massachusetts at MIDA, 5-6pm through Feb. 28.

À la carte. In honor of Black History Month, order items from a happy hour menu to benefit ACLU and Black Economic Council of Massachusetts.

MBTA: Orange Line to Mass. Ave. Mon.-Fri., 5-6 pm. Through Feb. 28.

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Mida

782 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02118 United States

(617) 936-3490

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Feb23 THRU Feb 28

Food + Drink

Twin Lobster Special

  • $32

Enjoy a classic Boston lobster roll along with a lobster tail from Mike’s Pastry for the month of February with the Twin Lobster Special at The Hourly Oyster House 11 am-11 pm on weekdays and 10am – 4pm on weekends.

During February, order a lobster roll and enjoy a Mike’s Pastry lobster tail.

MBTA: Red Line to Harvard. Mon.-Fri., 11 am-11 pm; Sat.-Sun., 10 am-4 pm. Through Feb. 28. $32.

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The Hourly Oyster House

15 Dunster St.
Cambridge, MA 02138 United States

(617) 765-2342

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Feb23 THRU Mar 1

Party

New England Boat Show

  • $16

Participate in simulated trips, interactive kayaking, fishing seminars and giveaways at this weeklong event at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center from Saturday Feb. 9- Feb. 17 at 10am. See event website for details.

Participate in simulated trips, interactive kayaking, fishing seminars and giveaways at this weeklong event that features 200 exhibitors showing off more than 650 new boats.

MBTA: Silver Line to World Trade Center. 10 am. $16; free, children under 12. Through Feb. 17. See website for complete details.

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Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

415 Summer St.
Boston, MA 02210 United States

(617) 954-2000

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Feb23 THRU Mar 2

Theater

Bare Stage

Presented by Festival Theater, this world premiere questions power dynamics when two young actresses are cast in a New York play that requires nudity. Directed by A. Nora Long.

Bare Stage, making its world premiere, strips away the spotlight and the glamour of theater as it tackles power imbalances and artistic freedom in the performing arts. Written by Massachusetts playwright Michael Walker, the drama focuses on a Broadway-bound show penned by a rising male director. When Kate and Rachel are cast to join the chorus of actors who will appear nude throughout the show, the women hit a vulnerable crossroads and must weigh the power of artistic agency and their own privacy. Shed your expectations when Bare Stage continues through March 2 at the Boston Center for the Arts’ Plaza Theatre. / Nathan Tavares

Bare Stage Plaza Theatre at the BCA, 539 Tremont St., Boston (617-361-2046) bcaonline.comMBTA: Orange Line to Back Bay. Through March 2. $40; $30, seniors and students. See website for complete details. 

Photo: Kippy Goldfarb / Carolle Photography

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Plaza Theatre at the BCA

539 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02116 United States

(617) 426-5000

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Feb23 THRU Mar 3

Theater

Laughs in Spanish

  • $10-$35

See this world premiere comedy centered around Art Basel in Miami and mother-daughter relationships at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre running from Feb. 20- Mar. 3.

Boston Playwrights’ Theatre presents this world premiere comedy about an art gallery owner who butts heads with her movie-star mother during Miami’s Art Basel.

MBTA: B Green Line to Pleasant. Feb. 20-March 3. $10-$35. See website for complete details.

 

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Boston Playwrights’ Theatre

949 Comm. Ave.
Boston, MA 02115 United States

(617) 353-5443

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Feb23 THRU Mar 4

Art

First Look 2019

Panopticon Gallery presents Cate Wnek’s ‘Untitled’ and other works in portfolio showcase First Look, on display through March 4.

First Look, Panopticon’s second annual juried portfolio showcase, features photographs by Cate Wnek, Susan de Witt, Catie Soldan, Joshua Sariñana and JP Terlizzi. Through March 4.

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Panopticon Gallery

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

(781) 718-5777

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Feb23 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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Feb23 THRU Mar 17

Theater

The Little Foxes

  • $25-$71

Lyric Stage presents this drama set in the post-Civil War South about a wealthy woman who hatches a plan with her brothers to cheat the poor—until her husband gets in the way. Directed by Scott Edmiston. 

So goes the American Dream: Work hard and you’ll succeed. Right? In Lyric Stage Company’s The Little Foxes, one family’s relentless thirst for wealth turns nightmarish in the fraught world of the post-Civil War South. The classic 1939 drama by Lillian Hellman focuses on three siblings—Regina, Benjamin and Oscar—from a once-wealthy family. Though Benjamin and Oscar sank their fangs into the family fortune, Regina was not named in her father’s will and relies on her husband, Horace, for support—until the siblings burrow into a plot to claw money from the poor. The fangs come out when The Little Foxes continues its run at the Lyric Stage through March 17. / Nathan Tavares

The Little Foxes Lyric Stage, 140 Clarendon St., Boston (617-585-5678) lyricstage.com. MBTA: Orange Line to Back Bay. Through March 17. $25-$71. See website for complete details. Lyric Stage presents this drama set in the post-Civil War South about a wealthy woman who hatches a plan with her brothers to cheat the poor—until her husband gets in the way. Directed by Scott Edmiston.

Photo: Mark Howard

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Lyric Stage

140 Clarendon St.
Boston, MA 02116 United States

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Feb23 THRU Mar 17

Theater

The Little Foxes

  • $25

Catch The Little Foxes at the Lyric Stage, a Post-Civil War Drama directed by Scott Edmiston from Feb. 15- Mar. 17

Lyric Stage presents this drama set in the post-Civil War South about a wealthy woman who hatches a plan with her brothers to cheat the poor—until her husband gets in the way. Directed by Scott Edmiston.

MBTA: Orange Line to Back Bay. Feb. 15-March 17. $25-$71. See website for complete details.

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Lyric Stage

140 Clarendon St.
Boston, MA 02116 United States

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Feb23 THRU Mar 23

Festival   |   Kids

Masters of Miniature: 40th Annual Model Ship Show

Look and learn at this ship show.

Seas the day and head to the Charlestown Navy Yard for Masters of Miniature. The show hosts family-friendly activities, such as a maritime scavenger hunt, learning how to place a ship in a bottle and observing the restoration of a 19th-century model of the USS Constitution by conservator Rob Napier. Visitors can also take a gander at prize winners spanning the past five years, and members of the Model Shipwright Guild will also be on deck to answer questions while working on their own projects. Grab your crew and set sail to the USS Constitution Museum through March 23. / Julia Aparicio

Masters of Miniature: 40th Annual Model Ship Show docks at the USS Constitution Museum through March 23 (617-426-1812) ussconstitutionmuseum.org.

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USS Constitution Museum

Building 22, Charlestown Navy Yard
Charlestown, MA 02129 United States

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Feb23 THRU Mar 31

Art

The Little House: Her Story

The Little House: Her Story celebrates the career of Gloucester native and children’s book author and illustrator Virginia Lee Burton, with archival drawings, prints and a model of the home in her ‘The Little House.’ Nov. 3-March 31.

Make yourself at home at Cape Ann Museum’s latest exhibit, The Little House: Her Story, a collection of prints, drawings and illustrations by children’s author Virginia Lee Burton. Born and raised in Massachusetts, Burton captured the hearts of many thanks to her books’ universal themes, such as in The Little Houses plot of a simple country home that is threatened by urbanization. Celebrating the 75th anniversary of Burton’s trademark tale, Cape Ann Museum worked with Tokyo’s Gallery A4 to create a traveling exhibition of Burton’s works, including Little House (pictured), which features the titular house surrounded by rolling hills glowing with golden wheat and foliage-bedecked trees, celebrating the natural beauty of the countryside. Find a home away from home at Cape Ann Museum through March 31. / Jennifer Suryadjaja

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Cape Ann Museum

27 Pleasant St.
Gloucester, MA 01930 United States

(978) 283-0455

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Feb23 THRU May 12

Art

Argentina in Displaying Latin America

Harvard Art Museums presents Club House, Argentina in Displaying Latin America, on view through May 12.

Displaying Latin America showcases the influence of Argentinian architects Jorge Ferrari Hardoy and Juan Kurchan, who worked alongside modernists Le Corbusier and Walter Gropius, on cosmopolitan structures in the Americas. Through May 12.

Harvard Art Museums 32 Quincy St., Cambridge (617-495-9400) harvardartmuseums.org. MBTA: Red Line to Harvard. Daily, 10 am-5 pm. $15; $13, seniors; free, Cambridge residents, students and visitors under 18.

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Harvard Art Museums

32 Quincy Street
Cambridge, MA 02138 United States

(617) 495-9400

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Feb23 THRU May 12

Art

Graciela Iturbide’s Mexico

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

Graciela Iturbide’s Mexico spans the photographer’s five-decade career, from images of Oxacan goat-slaughtering traditions to the Seri people living in the Sonoran Desert. Jan. 19-May 12.

Focus your gaze on the Museum of Fine Arts’ latest exhibit, Graciela Iturbide’s Mexico, showcasing Iturbide’s 50 years of mastery behind the camera. Separated into nine thematic groupings, the collection of 125 photographs explores the artist’s deep ties to her native country as she captures moments of everyday life, rituals and faith. The collection also provides commentary on the duality of Mexico’s rich culture and social paradoxes through subjects like indigenous rituals, traditions of the Seri people and women’s roles in Zapotec society, as shown in Mujer Ángel (seen above), a silver gelatin print depicting a woman traversing the Sonoran Desert in 1979. Travel through time at the Museum of Fine Arts from Jan. 19 to May 12. / Anapurl Feldman 

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Museum of Fine Arts

465 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115 United States

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Feb23 THRU Jun 2

Art

Eaglemania: Collecting Japanese Art in Gilded Age America

Soar toward the McMullen Museum of Art at
Boston College from Feb. 11 to June 2.

Boston College’s McMullen Museum of Art is sporting a little extra university pride with its winter exhibit Eaglemania: Collecting Japanese Art in Gilded Age America, featuring restored sculptures, ceramics and more from Japan’s Meiji period (1868 to 1912). Recent conservation of a bronze eagle donated to BC in the 1950s by Larz Anderson’s estate sparked a further desire to explore the piece’s Meiji origins and how it ended up in the U.S. Showcasing various depictions of birds of prey in Japanese art, such as in Suzuki Chokichi’s Eagle with Outstretched Wings (seen above), the exhibit also examines American art collectors’ fondness for the pieces. Soar toward the McMullen Museum of Art at Boston College from Feb. 11 to June 2. / Caroline Long

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McMullen Museum of Art

2101 Commonwealth Ave. MA United States
(617) 552-8587

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Feb23 THRU Jul 28

Art

Ragnar Kjartansson’s The Visitors

Exploring friendship, love and loss in The Visitors, Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson uses nine channels of video and sound to showcase his friends playing music in different rooms of a New York estate. Through July 28.

Hit all the right notes at the Institue of Contemporary Art’s latest exhibit, Ragnar Kjartansson’s The Visitors, a nine channel audio-visual projection of musicians staged at a New York estate. The piece, which the Icelander premiered in 2012, shows nine performers in separate rooms of the sprawling house all singing the same refrain. That song is an arrangement inspired by “Feminine Ways,” a poem written by Kjartansson’s ex-wife as the two ended their professional and personal relationship. With a meditative feel that’s meant to alternate between tragic and joyful, the piece was recorded in a single take on nine cameras scattered throughout the house. Feel the rhythm at the ICA through July 28. / Caroline Long

Institute of Contemporary Art 25 Harbor Shore Drive, Boston (617-478-3100) icaboston.org. MBTA: Silver Line to Courthouse. Tue.-Wed. and Sat.-Sun., 10 am-5 pm; Thu.-Fri., 10 am-9 pm. $15; $13, seniors; $10, students; free, members and visitors under 18; free, Thu. after 5 pm.

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Institute of Contemporary Art

25 Harbor Shore Drive
Boston, MA 02210 United States

(617) 478-3100

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Feb24

Benefit   |   Food + Drink

Winter Ice Party

  • $55

Harvest hosts the fourth annual Winter Ice Party on its heated patio to benefit Furnishing Hope of Massachusetts on Feb. 24.

Celebrate the fourth annual Winter Ice Party on Harvest’s heated patio and enjoy executive chef Tyler Kinnett’s party bites from bacon wrapped scallops to oysters and executive pastry chef Joshua Livsey’s creations including doughnuts and tiramisu. A portion of proceeds will go to Furnishing Hope of Massachusetts. For tickets and more information, visit eventbrite.com or call 617-868-2255.

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Harvest Cambridge

44 Brattle St.
Cambridge, MA 02138 United States

(617) 868-2255

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Feb24

Comedy   |   Education

Stand Up Science

  • $15

Comedian Shane Mauss present Stand Up Science featuring psychologist and Harvard professor Steven Pinker at Laugh Boston on Feb. 24.

Comedy Central’s Shane Mauss brings his show Stand Up Science to Laugh Boston featuring psychologist and Harvard professor Steven Pinker. For tickets and more information, visit: laughboston.com.

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Laugh Boston

425 Summer St.
Boston, MA 02210 United States

(617) 725-2844

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Feb25

LGBT   |   Theater

They Say It’s Wonderful

  • $20

Tenor Wes Hunter serenades with show tunes during ‘They Say It’s Wonderful’ at Club Cafe on Feb. 25.

Cabaret crooner Wes Hunter chronicles his experience coming out as the son of a Baptist preacher in this performance featuring gender-bending show tunes.

They Say It’s Wonderful 209 Columbus Ave., Boston (617-536-0966) clubcafe.com. MBTA: Orange Line to Back Bay. Feb. 25, 7 pm. $20. 

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Club Cafe

209 Columbus Ave.
Boston, MA 02116 United States

(617) 536-0966

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Feb26

Music

Le Butcherettes

  • $15

Head to Brighton Music Hall for Le Butcherettes on Feb. 26.

Underground punk rockers Le Butcherettes cut to the chase at Brighton Music Hall on Feb. 26.

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Brighton Music Hall

158 Brighton Avenue
Allston, MA 02134 United States

(617) 779-0140

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Feb26

Books

The Most Beautiful Night of the Soul

Sándor Jászberényi discusses ‘The Most Beautiful Night of the Soul,’ his short-story collection exploring current conflicts in the Middle East through the eyes of a journalist at Brookline Booksmith on Feb. 26.

Hungarian writer and photojournalist Sándor Jászberényi tells a different type of war story in The Most Beautiful Night of the Soul: More Stories from the Middle East and Beyond. A continuation of the narrative established in his first collection, The Devil Is a Black Dog, Beautiful Night’s dozen stories are told from the perspective of Cairo-based European war correspondent Daniel Marosh as he grapples with his own cultural assumptions and inner demons, such as in “Son of a Dog,” where he makes an unlikely connection with a poor child. Get the whole picture when Jászberényi stops by Brookline Booksmith on Feb. 26. / Caroline Long

Brookline Booksmith 279 Harvard St., Brookline (617-566-6660) brooklinebooksmith.com. MBTA: C Green Line to Coolidge Corner. 7 pm. Sándor Jászberényi discusses The Most Beautiful Night of the Soul, his short-story collection exploring current conflicts in the Middle East through the eyes of a journalist.

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Brookline Booksmith

279 Harvard St.
Brookline, MA 02446 United States

(617) 566-6660

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Feb27 THRU Jun 16

Art

Frida Kahlo and Arte Popular

Through June 16, the Museum of Fine Arts presents Frida Kahlo’s ‘Self-Portrait with Hummingbird and Thorn’ and other works.

Frida Kahlo and Arte Popular displays eight of the painter’s traditional Mexican folk works in the wake of the museum’s recent acquisition of Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia). Feb. 27-June 16. 

Museum of Fine Arts 465 Huntington Ave., Boston (617-267-9300) mfa.org. MBTA: E Green Line to MFA. Sat.-Tue., 10 am-5 pm; Wed.-Fri., 10 am-10 pm. $25; $23, seniors and students; $10, ages 7-17 during school hours; free, visitors under 18 on weekdays after 3 pm, weekends and Boston Public School holidays; free, members.


Photo:  Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust / MFA

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Museum of Fine Arts

465 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115 United States

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Feb28 THRU Mar 9

Sports

Boston Bruins

The Bruins eye a playoff berth during a March homestand.

Boston Bruins TD Garden, 100 Legends Way, Boston (800-745-3000) nhl.com/bruins.
Feb. 28, 7:30 pm vs. Tampa Bay Lightning
March 2, 7 pm vs. New Jersey Devils
March 5, 7 pm vs. Carolina Hurricanes
March 7, 7 pm vs. Florida Panthers
March 9, 7 pm vs. Ottawa Senators

Photo: Steve Babineau

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TD Garden

100 Legends Way
Boston, MA 02114 United States

(617) 624-1050

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Mar1 THRU Mar 3

Festival   |   Sports

National Golf Expo

  • $12; $10, seniors

Putt on over to the National Golf Expo at the Seaport World Trade Center from March 1 to 3.

Swing into golf season with interactive exhibits and displays, plus a driving range, demonstrations and deals on sports gear.

National Golf Expo Seaport World Trade Center, 200 Seaport Blvd., Boston (781-237-5533) golfexpoboston.com. MBTA: Silver Line to World Trade Center. Noon. $12; $10, seniors. Also on March 2-3. See website for complete details.

Photo: Chris Russell

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Seaport World Trade Center

200 Seaport Boulevard
Boston, MA 02210 United States

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Mar1

Music

Nightmares on Wax

  • $20, 18+

Nightmares on Wax dreams up electronic tunes at Brighton Music Hall on March 1.

Nightmares on Wax dreams up electronic tunes at Brighton Music Hall on March 1.

Brighton Music Hall Nightmares on Wax, 8 pm, $20, 18+.

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Brighton Music Hall

158 Brighton Avenue
Allston, MA 02134 United States

(617) 779-0140

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Mar3

Dance   |   Music

Loud Luxury

Dynamic DJ duo Loud Luxury drops deep house beats at The Grand on March 3.

Head to The Grand for DJ duo Loud Luxury on March 3.

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The Grand

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

(617) 322-0200

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Mar4 THRU Mar 26

Fitness

BronCore Indoor Winter Series Boot Camps

  • $19; $15, One Canal residents

Bron Volney leads high-intensity workouts on Tuesday nights at One Canal.

Bron Volney hosts this boot camp-style class that uses body weight and equipment for a high-intensity interval workout.

BronCore Indoor Winter Series Boot Camps One Canal Apartment Homes, 1 Canal St., Boston (941-809-9551) broncorefitness.com. MBTA: Green or Orange Line to Haymarket. Tue., 6 pm. $19; $15, One Canal residents.

Photo: Andrew Wang

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One Canal Apartment Homes

1 Canal St.
Boston, MA United States

(941) 809-9551

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Mar4

Books

Laurie Essig's 'Love, Inc.'

Follow your heart to Porter Square Books on March 4.

Many folks are guilty of fantasizing about a romantic happily-ever-after. But in Love, Inc., Laurie Essig argues that the dreams of sparkly wedding gowns and white picket fences are only a distraction from the country’s political, economic and social issues. Essig uses examples like the increased ratings for the Hallmark Channel during Donald Trump’s presidential campaign as evidence that we clutch to the idea of true love and focus on our private lives to avoid the uncontrollable public sphere. Follow your heart to Porter Square Books on March 4. / Morgan Hume

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Porter Square Books

25 White St.
Cambridge, MA 02140 United States

(617) 491-2220

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Mar7

Music

Sabrina Carpenter

Head to Paradise for Sabrina Carpenter on March 7.

LA songstress Sabrina Carpenter appears at Paradise Rock Club on March 7.

Photo: Elias Tahan

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Paradise Rock Club

967 Comm. Ave.
Boston, MA 02215 United States

(617) 562-8800

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Mar8

Dance   |   Music

DJ 4B

DJ 4B blends EDM, techno and trap sounds when he takes the stage at Royale on March 8.

Royale hosts DJ 4B on March 8.

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Royale

279 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02116 United States

(617) 338-7699

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Mar8

LGBT   |   Party

Unleash the Peach

  • $12-$20

Partygoers sashay and slay during Unleash the Peach, co-produced by Men of Melanin Magic at Oberon on March 8.

This queer dance party features LGBT talent such as dance group Phunk Snap and drag queens Qya Cristal and Anya Nuttz.

Unleash the Peach Oberon, 2 Arrow St., Cambridge (617-547-8300) amrep.org. MBTA: Red Line to Harvard. March 8, 10:45 pm. $12-$20.

 

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Oberon

2 Arrow Street
Cambridge, MA 02138 United States

(617) 547-8300

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Mar9

Comedy

Dane Cook: Tell It Like It Is

  • Tickets start at $39.50

Stand-up comedian Dane Cook performs at Boch Wang Theater on March 9.

Boch Wang Theater

270 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02116 United States

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Mar11

Food + Drink

Beyond Bubbie’s Kitchen

  • $45

Chow down at Beyond Bubbie’s Kitchen on March 11.

Dine on Israeli-inspired cuisine from 15 restaurants, including Craigie on Main, Mei Mei and Moody’s Deli, during this event that includes musical entertainment by Two-Shekel Swing. 

Beyond Bubbie’s Kitchen Back Bay Event Center, 180 Berkeley St., Boston (617-236-1199) jartsboston.org. MBTA: Green Line to Arlington. March 11, 5:30 pm. $45. 

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Back Bay Events Center

10 Berkeley St.
Boston, MA 02116 United States

(617) 236-1199

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Mar11

Music

Robyn

See what the buzz is all about at the House of Blues on March 11.

Swedish singer/songwriter and electric powerhouse Robyn dances on her own at House of Blues when her international tour shows some love to Boston. While her synth-pop hits already span multiple decades—her first song debuted when
she was 12—the dance-club darling continues to sizzle on the charts with her latest solo album,
Honey. From the pulse-pounding “Missing U” that echoes her ever-covered song “Call Your Girlfriend” to the sultry synth of the title track, her first full-length release in more than eight years showcases her signature slick vocals and
rhythmic timing. See what the buzz is all about at the House of Blues on March 11. / Caroline Long

House of Blues Robyn, 7 pm, $65-$85, all ages.

Photo: Heji Shin

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House of Blues

15 Lansdowne St.
Boston, MA 02215 United States

(888) 693-2583

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Apr7

Taste of South Boston

The Improper Bostonian is pleased to be a sponsor of the 17th Annual Taste of South Boston at the Seaport Hotel. Sample culinary specialties, enjoy live entertainment and more. For tickets and more information go to tasteofsouthboston.com.

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Seaport Hotel

One Seaport Lane
Boston, MA 02210 United States

(617) 385-4000

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Apr26 THRU Apr 27

Dance

'Sand,' An Evening Length Dance Installation

Abigail Ogilvy Gallery hosts ‘Sand,’ an evening length dance installation by Victoria Lynn Awkward on April 26-27.

Head to Abigail Ogilvy Gallery for Victoria Lynn Awkward’s Sand, an evening length dance installation featuring JoJo Boykins, Tabitha Hanay-Reaves, Michayla Kelly and Jessy Zizzo on April 26-27.

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Fountain Street Gallery

460 Harrison Ave.
Boston, MA United States

(774) 286-1800

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