Jared Lang. If the name rings a bell, it’s probably because you’re familiar with their expertly crafted button-ups and bold dress socks. If not, well, good thing you ran into us, because we currently have an exclusive 66% off Perk for their latest collection. Timing, it’s everything.
Things to do for March 19, 2015
Whiskey, Jack White and Supermodels
The Weekend Diaries.
You look like you don’t know where to find a new live crawfish boil special. So we’ll tell you: at Legal Sea Foods’ Charles Square location, where you’ll receive a serves-two bucket overflowing with two pounds of crawfish, andouille sausage, corn on the cob and potatoes. Sorry, crawfish.
There’s a New Kitchen at Wink & Nod
Akinto. That means “this is mine” in Filipino. More importantly, it means there’s a new Southeast Asian–focused kitchen coming to Wink & Nod on March 30. This weekend’s a preview with all the shrimp bao, squid-ink lo mein and green-tea-almond chocolate bars you can handle. A lot? A lot.
We’re going to play a game called “Don’t mention Jack White.” And... go:
The Boston Ballet’s debuting a new show called Shades of Sound. The three-part program juxtaposes movement and live music, ranging from women in high heels dancing to Tchaikovsky to a performance with musical arrangements by Jack White.
All of the Whiskey. We Found It.
The original Whiskey Rebellion happened in 1791 in Pennsylvania and was crushed by George Washington. This Whiskey Rebellion happens this weekend at Moksa and lets you sample whiskeys from over 20 American distillers. So it’s a better rebellion.
Jack Nicholson. Young Madonna. Very unclothed versions of Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford. These are all individuals you can spend a pleasant afternoon looking at, thanks to a new MFA exhibit focused on the work of black-and-white fashion photographer extraordinaire Herb Ritts. Jack Nicholson will be fully clothed.