10 things to do in Boston this weekend: April 18-21, 2019

Skip Netflix this weekend – there are 10 ways to get out of your home and not get bored in the city. If you want to deliver BosTen to your inbox every Thursday, click here. Would you like to do more things? See our events calendar at poston.com/events. You can also learn more about great events around Boston by entering the BosTen Facebook group.

With a spring holiday in full swing, help the kids achieve their culinary potential through a cook made class cook the Old MacAlpine in the Lenox Hotel Thursday. While baking the pizzas in the oven, children can participate in some craft. Best of all, parents are invited to join or leave their children in the hands of the hotel staff able and enjoy free time. (Thursday, April 18 from 3 pm until 4:30 pm. Lenox Hotel, Boston; $ 40; all ages)

The latest edition of BostonTalks WGBH, the public broadcaster's “happier hour”, will be looking forward to the future of the food with the help of three forward thinking local biologists. Attendees can learn about meat-free innovations such as the Impossible Meatballs from COO's Clover Food Lab Greg Donoghue, cannabis advances from David Yusefzadeh, founder of Cloud Creamery, and a five-year effort to bring delicious spices to Boston from Curio Claire Cheney, founder Spice Shop. (Thursday, 18 April from 7 pm to 9 p.m; WGBH, Boston; $ 15; 21+)

Todd Rundgren is best known for a sports fan from his stadium jam “Bang the Drum All Day.” But with rock music fans, the multi-instructor offers much more, and continues continue to press his music in extremely experimental instructions more than 50 years after he has performed. Rundgren will visit Boston as part of his duly named Individual Journey playing Berklee Performance Center on Friday. (Friday, April 19 at 8 pm Berklee Performance Center, Boston; $ 45-110; all ages)

The Boston geek community will be in action this weekend when Anime Boston returns to the Hynes Convention Center. The schedule of events an attractive mix of hundreds of talks, exhibitions, and activities aimed at videos, anime, chosplay, and other activities that are not too long. Even if you are not present, expect to see some of the costumes on the Green Line. (Friday, April 19 through Sunday, April 21 at various times; Hynes Convention Center, Boston; $ 25-75 EN, free for children aged 5 and under; all ages

“Sesame Street Live!” Will definitely add a ticket to Boston children this weekend, as the show's red red monster Elmo will be the star of the show. From Friday to Sunday, the yellow monsters will be on public TV at the Agganis Arena, and Elmo, Big Bird, Monster Cookie, and more of your favorite characters will teach the audience about the magic of practice and perseverance. . You can buy tickets for an experience in a way that will include a stage tour of a neighborhood “Sesame Street”, a scavenger hunt, and a meeting and greeting with Elmo and two other friends of Sesame Street. (Friday, April 19 through Sunday, April 21 at various times; Agganis Arena, Boston; $ 15 and up; all ages)

The final winter vests behind us (in our view), the Science Museum returned its free post-hours astronomical evenings, which are held every Friday from April through October, and sometimes change slightly depending on the month. When the weather permits, the museum will provide visitors with small telescopes for a practical viewing experience, as well as allowing them to examine the astronomical object seen at night through the Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope in the museum's Gilliland Observatory. Even if the weather is not co-operating, the museum will have planned indoor activities. (Friday, 19 April from 8 p.m to 10 p.m; Science Museum, Boston; cheap; all ages

The paradise will have power in numbers on Saturday when the Turkuaz funk group takes nine to the stage. Like a groovy Voltron, all members of Brooklyn band play a central role in achieving the group's technically competent and dance sound. (Saturday, April 20 at 8 pm; Paradise Rock Club, Boston; $ 22; 18+)

You don't have to be a daily reader of it Love letters know that sometimes everything goes smoothly in the bedroom. This Saturday there will be a stand of bait storytellers – four women and one man – at the Comedy Shop at Nick's Comedy for “Awkward Sex… and the City,” a series of highly complex stories about some of his most intense sexual contacts. (Saturday, April 20 at 8 p.m; Nick Comedy Shop, Boston; $ 20; 21+)

Actor Jack Nicholson will meet 82 on Monday, while Somerville Theater has a double cinema and birthday cake. This weekend, which is part of a larger retrospective, will have double billing a year ago, as part of “King of Marvin Gardens, 1972”, in which Nicholson sends a speech radio host, and “A Safe Place” in 1971, The actor plays one of two cultured women suitors. Ticketholders can slice a cake paste from Lyndell's Bakery, and supplies are available. (Sunday, April 21 with double features at 1:30 pm and 5:15 p.m. Somerville Theater, Somerville; $ 8; both R ratings)

As founder, lead singer, songwriter and guitarist of the punk band Against Me!, Jane Jane was an integral part of a punk rock landscape with much of the 2000s. Now she is visiting her new project, Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers, on her super-long album, “bought Rot.” Grace will play the Sinclair on Sunday, along with the noise of the New Mercy Mercy. Jersey and Philly Control Top rock trio. (Sunday, April 21 at 7:30 pm; The Sinclair, Cambridge; $ 20- $ 25; all ages)

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