Mangalitsa pork: the planet’s most superior swine. Naturally, you’re getting up to 32% off its bacon-y goodness, courtesy of Møsefund Mangalitsa. Also, take 35% off pure ecstasy... via Jimmyjane’s award-winning pleasure devices. Finally, get a pocket-size golf coach/iPhone app for 25% off. A perfect swing: there’s an app for that.
Things to do for August 02, 2012
There’s a Shark BBQ This Weekend. FYI.
The weekend likes being atop the food chain.
M3. Now with Weekday Lunch.
Landing the perfect light-as-air workday lunch is a subtle art. Not one for subtlety, you’ll be happy to know you can forget about all that and just hit Somerville’s M3. Awaiting you there: Southern staples like frog legs, buttermilk fried chicken and duck-fat burgers. Napping in your office afterward: probable.
Free Soup. And Seinfeld References.
The Soup Nazi: your favorite supporting character on Seinfeld (next to Newman, anyway). Good news: the actor who played him will be serving up completely free soup, black-and-white cookies and muffin tops on Friday from the Soup for Boston truck. Don’t even think of asking for extra bread.
A Carnaval-y Waterfront Dance Party
If that Rio-born paralegal you’ve been dating has been feeling a bit homesick, you can take her to this outdoor waterfront dance party at the ICA, celebrating a new Brazilian street art exhibit. Also present: a DJ, gratis white sangria and Brazilian street food. Excellent plan B: flying to Rio.
Believe it: there’s an all-you-can-eat shark BBQ on Nahant Beach this Saturday, when a giant blue shark will be roasted to perfection in a custom, 12-foot-long, hickory-wood-stocked smoker, along with more standard BBQ essentials (corn on the cob, burgers, live music). Relax, it’s all legal. We think.
Woods Hole. Quaint coastal Cape Cod-ness at its best. Also: the location of the aptly named Woods Hole Film Festival. Saturday is your last day to check out the remaining 30-plus shorts, documentaries and screenwriting chats by filmmakers from around the world. Expect a few awkward berets.