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October 2017

Boston Asian American Film Festival

October 19 - October 22

Boston’s film scene is even richer thanks to this annual festival, the largest one of its kind in New England. Started by two women, the Boston Asian American Film Festival aims to highlight the Asian American Experience and act as a resource to filmmakers everywhere. Attendees have the opportunity to view dozens of movies and interact with Asian actors like George Takei and Shing Ka, and director Ang Lee. For more information, visit the Film Festival’s site.

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Harvard Scare

October 27 - October 31

Grab your best witch, goblin, ghost, and ghoul gear and costumes for this annual Halloween event presented by Harvard Square Business Association. Throughout the weekend, you can take advantage of promotions, events movies, and even meal deals at participating businesses. Past participants in the Harvard Scare have included Brattle Theatre, Follow the Honey, and Harvard COOP.  For more information, visit the Harvard Scare’s site.

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November 2017

The Whiskey Extravaganza

November 8

Be part of one of the whisky world’s preeminent events. Attendees can participate in a master class from 6-7 p.m. where you’ll discuss distilling, the history of whisky, traditions, flavor profiles, and different brands. Directly following the master class is the tasting event where guests have the chance to sample 100 prestigious and unique whiskies, single malts, and Scotch from brands like Balvenie, Laphroaig, and Macallan. Dine on food pairings that complement the whiskies throughout the evening. For more information,…

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Boston Magazine’s Taste

November 14

Come hungry to this eagerly anticipated food event run by Boston Magazine. Enjoy food, wine, beer and cocktails as you celebrate the city’s best new restaurants while helping raise money for the Greater Boston Food Bank. General admission runs from 7-9 p.m., but those wanting to mingle with Boston’s best chefs and taste their food in a more intimate setting can purchase a VIP ticket that allows access at 6 p.m. Listen to music and participate in interactive lounges and…

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Gobble Gobble Gobble Thanksgiving Run at Davis Square

November 23

Break a sweat before you sit down to the Thanksgiving table to earn all your Turkey Day calories. Named one of the Top 100 New England Races by New England Runner, the Somerville Road Runners opens the 21st Annual Gobble Gobble Gobble Thanksgiving Run to strollers, runners and joggers. Runners can place first, second and third in overall female winner, overall male winner, fastest teams, and largest teams. All proceeds from the race benefit Project Soup and the Somerville Track…

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20th Anniversary Friday After Thanksgiving at MIT

November 24

Gather a team and help the MIT Museum celebrate its 20th Friday After Thanksgiving by creating unique engineering feats at the Rockwell Cage gymnasium. The event, which has been themed “symmetry” in the past, encourages teams to work together to build parts of the “chain reaction.” Led by artists Arthur Ganson and Jeff Lieberman, each team’s piece will eventually be joined together for a special finale moment. Tickets range from $5-$15. For more information, visit the event’s site. Photo courtesy…

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The Nutcracker at the Boston Opera House

November 24 - December 31

Enter a dreamlike world where larger-than-life characters dance across the stage of the Boston Opera House and holiday dreams are granted. The Boston Ballet returns for another winter of it stunning production of The Nutcracker, complete with beautiful costumes and scenery by Robert Perdziola and choreography by the Ballet’s Artistic Director Mikko Nissinen. Catch the special Christmas Eve (December 24) performances at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. or ringing the New Year with a 7 p.m. performance on December 31.…

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December 2017

Urban Nutcracker

December 1 - December 31

Experience a whole new side of the iconic holiday tale with this fresh take, now in its 17th year. Founded by Tony Williams, the first African American principle dancer at the Boston Ballet, the Urban Nutcracker mixes the original Tchaikovsky’s score with Duke Ellington’s smooth jazz as dancers move through ballet, urban tap, hip hop, swing, and even flamenco. The Urban Nutcracker stays true to its belief in community inclusiveness by offering discounted tickets and autism-friendly performances. Experience the Urban…

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Bedlam’s Sense & Sensibility at ART

December 10
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An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until January 14, 2018

The classic story of the Dashwood sisters gets turned on its head with playwright Kate Hamill’s and director Eric Turner’s interpretation of the Jane Austen novel. Audiences will take the time to ponder along with the sisters Elinor and Marianne how important reputation is after their sudden loss of fortune. When you lose everything does it help you realize what really matters? For more, visit Bedlam’s Sense & Sensibility at ART.

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Bedlam’s Sense & Sensibility at ART

December 11
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An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until January 14, 2018

The classic story of the Dashwood sisters gets turned on its head with playwright Kate Hamill’s and director Eric Turner’s interpretation of the Jane Austen novel. Audiences will take the time to ponder along with the sisters Elinor and Marianne how important reputation is after their sudden loss of fortune. When you lose everything does it help you realize what really matters? For more, visit Bedlam’s Sense & Sensibility at ART.

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