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Things to do for March 08, 2012
$1 Cheeseburgers, the Dan Band and Pie for Pi
The weekend blows a mean didgeridoo.
The didgeridoo: Australia’s best export after models and Paul Hogan. And tomorrow night in Cambridge, you can finally learn to play one. Your instructor: a 20-year-veteran didgeridoo-er who will be showing you the basics (think: circular breathing). Next up: vuvuzela lessons.
The Dan Band. Live.
Saturdays are for dinner-and-a-show-type dates. And if you have dinner locked up, allow us to offer an alternative to the ballet: your favorite (and only) band from The Hangover and Old School, playing at the Wilbur. Hopefully your date likes f-bombs during “Total Eclipse of the Heart.”
Dinner and a Runway Show at Tico
Some Mondays end with you on the couch for some DVR catch-up. Others involve a chef’s tasting menu (tacos, small plates, a la plancha) and front-row seats for a showcase of Boston-based fashion starring leggy models. Like what’s happening at Tico on Monday. Choice is yours.
Cheeseburgers. The every-meal. But every-meals get pricey. Except when they’re a dollar. Which is what McGreevy’s is charging on Tuesday evenings for their juicy ground-beefer with American cheese. This may prove extremely bad for fast food everywhere.
Using Pi for Cheap Pie
Two things you know about pi: it’s an extremely long number. And it starts with 3.14. And that’s all you need to know on Wednesday, when you can get a cup of coffee and a slice of apple pie for—wait for it—$3.14. No math required. Except the tip.