It couldn’t have been a better weekend here in Boston with the Patriots clinching the AFC Championship title and now heading off to the Super Bowl. In other happenings, here’s a look at some of hautest events this weekend.
Photo Credit: ICA Boston
The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA Boston) hosted San Francisco’s ODC/Dance. The contemporary dance troupe made its Boston debut with the premiere of KT Nelson’s Dead Reckoning that explores a world transformed by climate change with original music by celebrated Kronos Quartet cellist Joan Jeanrenaud, and Triangulating Euclid, a physical, insightful, and emotive work created by ODC founder Brenda Way, resident choreographer KT Nelson, and New York-based choreographer Kate Weare.
Photo Credit: Lot F Gallery
Lot F Art Gallery located near South Station, celebrated the opening reception of Brooklyn’s AVone “The Me Nobody Knows” exhibit.
Photo Credit: Boston Chocolate Tours
Boston Chocolate Tours took chocolate lovers on a hot chocolate tasting tour at Cuppa Coffee in the South End (under the Troy Apartment Complex). It gave aficionados a chance to indulge in a variety of sipping hot chocolates and learn some tips on tasting and buying gourmet chocolate drinks along with a little history. If you missed this one, don’t fret; the Hot Chocolate Tour meets every Saturday at 11:30 a.m.
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If you are looking to head out on the town, The Smoke Shop launched a lineup of live folk, pop, country, rock and classic funk music this weekend. Every Saturday night at 9 p.m., you can enjoy live music featuring local artists while indulging in some finger lickin’ barbecue.
305 Fitness has found a new home weekdays at BFX (699 Boylston Street) and weekends at Z Spot (181 Massachusetts Avenue) studios. The studio previously operated out of David Barton Gym (which closed it’s doors last month).
Legendary singer-songwriters John Hiatt and Lyle Lovett were in town for an intimate performance at The Wilbur Theatre. The sold-out performance offered an up close and personal experience for fans to listen to some of their best songs.
Photo Credit: Boston Wine Expo
A public wine tasting event was held on Saturday at Urban Grape in the South End to kick off the Boston Wine Expo being held next month at the Seaport World Trade Center. The preview event featured sparkling, white and reds from around the world that will be on hand at the 2017 expo.
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