Things to do for February 17, 2011

The Weekender

Beer Pong, Endless Chili and ThighMasters

The weekend could totally take Watson.

Thursday
All-You-Can-Eat Chili at Ned Devine’s
CHILI OUT

All-You-Can-Eat Chili at Ned Devine’s

Once a month, it happens: that all-you-can-eat chili craving. Luckily, there’s just such a chili-fest going down at Ned Devine’s tonight, with live music and the best chili-slingers from Anthem Kitchen, Battery Park and the Harp bringing the heat. This could get messy.

Feb 17, 6-10pm, $20, Ned Devine’s, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, 617-248-8800

The City’s Biggest Beirut Tourney
PONG

The City’s Biggest Beirut Tourney

This is the moment you’ve been working toward for years: a two-day, two-person-team beer pong tournament that could qualify you for the World Series of Beer Pong in Vegas and land you on TV in March. Plus, there are T-shirts involved. And probably some free beer.

Friday
Partying with ThighMasters
TV TIME

Partying with ThighMasters

You grew up with them. Billy Mays. Suzanne Somers. That dude with the crazy Cosby sweaters. And tomorrow is your chance to party like them—or even as them—at the “As Seen on TV” bash at Bleacher Bar. Sox-Yankees tickets will go to best costume, so don’t forget your hair-in-a-can.

Feb 18, 8pm-2am, cash bar, Bleacher Bar, 82A Lansdowne St, 617-262-2424

Enrolling in Craft Beer 101
VERY CRAFTY

Enrolling in Craft Beer 101

You’ve been thinking about going back to school. Enter this class, where you’ll taste seven styles of craft beers (imperial stout, porter, barrel-aged), pair them with cheeses from Concord and learn a little beer history. Which should be fun, considering you’re somewhat of a beer history buff.

Wednesday
Like a Poetry Slam. Only Smuttier.
MIDWEEK NAUGHTY

Like a Poetry Slam. Only Smuttier.

Life is about balance. So consider this event the perfect counterbalance to your nights at the ballet. At Smut Slam, you’ll hear a succession of participants try to out-narrate each other with five-minute tales of sex and erotica from their own lives. Tip: don’t bring Mom.

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