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Things to do for March 31, 2011
Fenway, Whole Hogs and a Massive Pillow Fight
The weekend always front-loads its pillow.
Celebrating Fenway Behind Fenway
You know about Pedroia. Beckett. Francona. Tonight it’s time to learn about the support team at Fenway that makes it all possible, from groundskeepers to clubhouse attendants to bat boys, with the new documentary Down the Line. Where you’ll watch it: on Jerry Remy’s 11-foot flat-screens. Tissues may be required.
Eating Pig Cheeks in Cambridge
You’re an adventurous eater, so Rialto’s new whole-animal dinner series may be up your alley. This week: full hogs, which means pig cheeks and pork dumplings for the tame, actual brains for the truly fearless. Wait till you see what they do with goats.
Clubbing with a Side of Tater Tots
Picture it: you’re at the club. The music thumps. The models hang on you. Then, your stomach cries out for tater tots and Grilled Triple Fromage Crostini. Good news: District has just rolled out a late-night menu for this very reason. Remember to wait 15 minutes after eating before breakdancing.
Pillow Fighting in Public
As you’re undoubtedly aware, Saturday is World Pillow Fight Day. So after you find out where it’s happening, you and your fellow feather-warriors can go Braveheart-at-Stirling on each other (last year 1,500 participated). Think of it as very soft gangland violence.
Lamb. The other-other-other white meat. And if you head to The Gallows on Saturday, you can feast on it, prepped by chefs like Will Gilson of Garden at the Cellar. Also happening: expert butchery demonstrations and gratis 70-proof liqueurs as part of the American Lamb party. That should silence them.