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Top 10 Boston Events This Weekend: September 23-26, 2021


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A hairdressing competition at the annual Fluff Festival held at Union Square in Somerville. Aram Boghsian for The Boston Globe

With more and more businesses and cultural institutions in Massachusetts re-imposing COVID-19 restrictions in the face of a resurgence Corona Virus As a pandemic, residents may be freaking out about whether to venture out of their homes this weekend. With that in mind, this week BosTen offers a mix of personal and virtual things to do in Boston this weekend. Do you have an idea of ​​what we should cover? Leave us a comment on this article or in BosTen Facebook groupOr email us at [email protected].

Get a South Shore Pizza Bar in Boston

Psst: You don’t have to go to the South Shore to get a South Shore pizza bar. Regional specialization is now available at Castle Island Brewing’s New Southern Brewery, where Bardo’s Pizza Serve pies like Biggie Shrimps (garlic shrimp, arugula, and basil aioli), and Happy Camper (pesto, fresh mozzarella, cabbage, roasted red peppers, and Parmesan). The 400-seat tablet room opens Thursdays at 5 p.m., where you can order a pizza and one of the Castle Island classics, then try your hand at bocce on the outside patio.

Elevate Stein to Oktoberfest

Boston Oktoberfest celebrations It is constantly growing, with a large number of local breweries and restaurants serving specialty beers, dishes and entertainment over the next few weeks. This weekend, check out the festivities at great squirrelAnd Sam AdamsAnd the FlashlightAnd distractionAnd night shiftAnd slitand more, the majority of them offer Bavarian treats and activities such as stein’s raising competitions. In search of some great sausage? Somerville Bronwyn Currently serving Oktoberfest menu with homemade sausage, while Still water In downtown Boston, he launched a sausage rotating plate on Friday, complete with homemade pretzels, cranberry beer mustard, pickled red cabbage, and local Oktoberfest beer.

Stream BJ Novak’s The Premise

Best known for his role as Ryan in “The Office,” B.J. Novak from the original Newton on the show was hired as writer and producer thanks to his stinging actions. Novak has a chance to show his grim comedic sensibility with “The Premise,” the five-episode FX anthology series that plays like a tattered fairy tale in modern times. Each episode tells a separate story that offers a skewed presentation of hot topics such as police brutality, wake culture, and gun violence. The corrosive humor is delightful, and the fact that Novak has put together a star-studded cast – including Ben Platt (“Dear Evan Hansen”), Lucas Hedges (“Manchester by the Sea”), Daniel Dae Kim (“Lost”), Kaitlyn Dever (” Booksmart”) and Tracee Ellis Ross (“Black-ish”) – is a useful bonus. You can stream the first two episodes of “The Premise” on Hulu.

Learn about the origins of the Spotlight team with Boston Globe

as Boston GlobeThe Spotlight Special Investigative Team is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and former Spotlight members will gather for a virtual chat with current Spotlight Editor Patricia Wynne at the first annual Globe Summit on Friday at 4 p.m. and Michael Resendis, who will discuss the continuing importance of investigative journalism for an active community with moderator Jim Proud. Signing up for the series is free with a valid RSVP at Globe Summit website.

Enjoy movies from home with the Boston Latino International Film Festival

Beginning Friday, the Boston Latino International Film Festival will bring viewers 11 days of films focused on diverse storytellers in Latino communities in the United States, the Americas, and beyond. Highlights include a presentation and Q&A of the documentary Rita Moreno: Just a girl who decided to do itAnd which explores the life of a leading Puerto Rican actress. To purchase tickets or access a full schedule, visit BLIFF موقع site.

Sweeten up your weekend with the return of Fluff Fest

Somerville’s annual Fluff Fest is now in its 16th year, with a theme that reflects the event’s landmark: Sweet 16: Onward & Fluffward. During Sundays, local dessert lovers can choose from a stacked calendar full of Fluff dishes and events, from Chocolate Fluff scoops in Gracie ice cream To a night market with Fluff specials and sellers at arch market. Stop by Union Square Donuts for a “Fluffernutter” cake, sip on Barra’s specialty cocktails, and head to the ONCE Lobby on Sunday afternoon for a concert filled with Fluff games, giveaways, and more. Turn off Fluff Fest merchandise Here, check out the full profile Events calendar For this exhilarating weekend.

Mix some cocktails with Jenny Slate

as part of Boston Globeopening top of the globe The series of events, Boston.com Cocktail Club, Jackson Cannon, will mix libations with a number of committee members to conclude each evening at 5 p.m. On Thursday, Cannon will enjoy a ride with former Spotlight journalist and current Associated Press investigative reporter Mike Resendis, while on Friday bartender will teach actress Jenny Slate (and viewers at home) how to make bee’s knee. Attending the Globe Summit 2021 is free With a valid RSVP.

Head back to the stage to watch “The Sound Inside”

This Friday marks the debut of “The Sound Inside,” a Tony-nominated play written by Adam Rabe and directed by Brian Boyce and running at Calderwood Pavilion through October 16. A budding novelist is left adrift by a cancer diagnosis until she begins a friendship with one of her students. Tickets are available at Boston Theater website.

Taste the food from dozens of restaurants at the Phantom Gourmet Food Festival

This year, the Phantom Gourmet Food Festival will take over Moody Street in Waltham with an indoor/outdoor festival on Saturday from noon to 3 p.m. tickets ($40) Gives attendees access to samples from dozens of companies, including kanya houseAnd Daughter of dumplingsAnd colonAnd Summer ShackAnd sweet basilAnd weather, and more. Visit a few neighborhood establishments during the festival for specials too, like $2 taco deals at Margaritas And $4 tiramisu for the price Judius Trattoria.

Celebrate the grand opening of the Rose Conservatory

On Saturday, Brockton-born musician Greg Fernandez will Realizing a long-held dream with opening Rose ConservatoryIt is a non-profit music education center in the city. Attendees of the free event, which runs from noon to 4 p.m., will be able to enjoy live music and kid-friendly activities such as balloon animals and face painting, as well as food and drink from the Southern Comfort Bar & Grill and Kwench Juice Cafe. Additional information can be found for this event on Eventbrite.

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