WEEKEND WAYFINDER for March 30 – April 1 is all about clubs.
There’s a lot going on this weekend in the world of clubs – night clubs, dinner clubs, music clubs, even Bollywood clubs. Oh, and there’s this cool tv show to catch from the comfort of your own couch.
Crush @ Naga
Head to Crush this Saturday at Naga, the just opened nightclub in the back of Patricia Yao’s hot new Central Square restaurant, Moksa. DJs Mr. McNeill, El Poser, Loopus Amadeus and Dark & Stormy will bring the beats, the bartenders will bring the drinks, and you will bring the moves! Check it out.
Details: Crush @ Naga (in the back of Moksa); Saturday, March 31st, 450 Massachusetts Avenue, Central Square, Cambridge; www.nagacambridge.com
Sensational Bollywood Dance Party
If you love the music, the drama, and the dance of Bollywood, we’ve got a totally unique, totally dancetastic night for you. This Saturday, March 31st, the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) in Salem will transform their amazing atrium into a massive nightclub for the one-night-only Sensational Bollywood Dance Party. For more info, see our previous post HERE.
Details: Sensational Bollywood Dance Party @ PEM, Salem, MA; Saturday, March 31, 9:00 pm-midnight; 21+; Members $10, Nonmembers $15. Cash bar. Buy tickets at the door or go to http://pem.org/calendar/
Check out the latest lounge/supper club to hit Boston, this time in resurgent, Downtown Crossing. Gem, from the people behind Back Bay’s Red Lantern, is a ultra lux lounge and dinner club to serve the Sex and the City-type set. It’s also a nice change of pace for an end of the week craft cocktail. Check it out.
Details: Gem, 42 Province Street, Boston, www.gemboston.com.
If you’re in the mood for something a little less glossy, but totally rockin’, head over to Precinct in Union Square this Saturday night to hear some great up-and-coming bands jam. The night kicks off at 8pm with the amazing local blues/jazz/rock duo, Hail Laveau, followed by singer songwriter Todd Kramer, doom-poop duo from Pittsburgh, Action Camp, local indie/Brit pop band Satellites Fall, and winds down with Cardboard Mercenary.
Details: Live Music @ Precinct, 70 Union Square, Somerville, 8pm – 11ish, 21+, www.precinctbar.com
The Killing Premiere
We loved this slow, moody, but beautifully acted crime drama last season. And we know, the season finale fiasco got everyone into a tizzy when Rosie Larson’s murderer wasn’t revealed, but we’ve calmed down, almost forgiven them, and will give Season 2 our full support. After all, it’s just too good a show not to watch, and the second season promises to reveal her killer. Stay tuned.
Details: The Killing Season 2 Premiere, 8pm-10pm in your living room, AMC (Check your local listings.)