Out-And-About: Mar 25th – Mar 31st

All the fun/cheap/life-changing events happening this week around Beantown, just a hop, skip, and a jump from campus!

Friday, March 25th: Fashion in Action – New Americana Fashion Show


As part of Autoimmune Disease Awareness Week, 50 Cents for 50 Million is hosting a fashion show featuring “New Americana” designs right here on Northeastern’s campus! The event will also include patient-driven awareness presentations that make up a key part of 50C50M’s mission to take apart the stigmas of autoimmune disease. There will also be a silent auction of the clothing on display after the show. Please make a donation here prior to the event.

McLeod Suites, Curry Student Center. 7 – 9 pm. Donations encouraged. http://www.50c50m.com/events/2014/11/2/autoimmune-disease-awareness-day

Saturday, March 26th: Boston Colors Dance (Holi Celebration)

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The Boston Colors Dance is inspired by Holi, the Hindu festival of colors meant to celebrate the coming of Spring with the sharing of love and color! Get decked out in white clothes and hop aboard this cruise around the Boston harbor, complete with a DJ and, of course, tons of colored powder. Get ready to get messy!

The M/V Freedom, boarding 60 Rowes Wharf. 12 – 4 pm. $20 (through Goldstar only). https://www.goldstar.com/events/boston-ma/fenway-colors-party-tickets?aff_sub5=&modal_signup=&test_signup=

Sunday, March 27th: Easter Brunch at Bastille

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Don’t be too disappointed that you’ve outgrown Easter egg hunts, it just means that you get to brunch instead! Celebrate with a delicious themed brunch at Bastille, with a special menu that includes house-made marshmallow peeps! There’s also an Easter bunny appearance scheduled, and while we’re assuming that he’s aimed at the under-12 set, we wouldn’t blame you for sneaking a selfie.

Bastille Kitchen, 49 Melcher St. 10:30 am – 4 pm. $10-$24 (prix fixe menu). http://bastillekitchen.net/2016/02/28/easter-sunday-brunch-dinner/

Monday, March 28th: FiRE + iCE College Nights

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Every Monday night, flash your ID at FiRE + iCE Restaurant to get an all-you-can-eat dinner for $10.99!  Chefs put on a show at the area’s largest Mongolian-style eatery, combining flavors from around the world.

FiRE + iCE Restaurant, 205 Berkeley St. 3 – 10 pm. $10.99. https://www.fire-ice.com/locations/boston-ma/

Tuesday, March 29th: Kultar’s Mime

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This haunting production combines poetry, art, and theater to convey the story of the 1984 Delhi massacre through the frame of Russian Pogroms. The piece came to Northeastern’s Sacred Space last fall with incredible reviews, and is now playing at Boston’s Center for Jewish Culture at the Vilna Shul; a perfect opportunity if you missed the last performance. Actors portray a group of young Jewish artists struggling with the weight of remembering the 1903 Pogrom in Kishinev. Along their journey, they work their way through two poems describing in visceral detail the horrors of the Delhi massacre of Sikhs, allowing them to tell both stories of destruction that the world has largely forgotten.

The Vilna Shul, 18 Phillips Street. 7 – 9 pm. Free. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kultars-mime-at-the-vilna-shul-in-boston-tickets-21384136528?aff=es2

Wednesday, March 30th: Theatre Nohgaku at BU


Boston University is hosting Theatre Nohgaku, a group of international performers on a mission to share Japanese noh drama with English speaking audiences! The group is hosting two free performances, each including an authentic presentation of Sumida River complete with traditional masks and costumes, as well as the world premiere of Zahdi Dates and Poppies, a contemporary piece written in the noh style. Noh, one of the world’s oldest continuing stage arts, combines dance, music, and costuming to tell age-old stories.

Tsai Performance Center, 685 Commonwealth Ave. 6:30 – 8:30 pm. Free. http://www.bu.edu/arts/theatre-nohgaku/

Thursday, March 31st: Sip and Learn – “Superfoods”


Ever since the word “superfood” appeared on everyone’s radar about 15 years ago, it’s been used to describe everything from chia seeds to bone broth. What’s really behind the label? Head over to Thirst Juice Co. to hear experts break down the word and help you figure out what’s healthy and what’s not. Plus, you’ll get to sample all kinds of easy-to-make superfoods and some house-made juices!

Thirst Juice Co. 44 School Street. 6 – 7 pm. $15. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sip-learn-superfoods-tickets-22712974117


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