Thursday, August 27, 2009

Cheaps: '80s Prom & Harvard Greenz

From two-thirds of today's Cheap Thrills column, featuring a vocal '80s prom at the Brattle Theatre and all sorts of discounts over at Harvard Square tomorrow for those fixie kids. Info on C.R.E.E.P. TK'd for later...

’80s Prom Sing-along at the Brattle Theatre

40 Brattle St., Harvard Square, Cambridge; Saturday at 10 p.m.; all-ages, $12 ($10 for students and members)
As Ferris Bueller said, “Life moves pretty fast.” So if you missed the news that legendary filmmaker John Hughes passed away earlier this month and didn’t mourn or celebrate his life properly, the Brattle is here to give you a musical mulligan in the key of life. The ’80s Prom Sing-along, hosted by ’FNX Radio’s Julie Kramer and organized by Action Pack, promises many Hughes memories all caught in one giant tiara of ’80s goodness, complete with props, lyrical captions on the big screen and the crowning of a king and queen. Relive the decade that will never go away.
Info:, 617-876-6837

Go Green Walk/Ride Bikes & Burritos Party in Harvard Square

Friday from 5 to 7 p.m., all-ages, FREE
Offering up an eco-friendly high-five to Cambridge’s Green Street Initiative, which urges folks to travel via bike, foot or mass transit, the Harvard Square Business Association celebrates all who go green Friday night with a block party starring some supersweet food discounts. Leading the charge is Boloco on Mt. Auburn Street, which will be offering tasty burritos for just $3 and free smoothie samples to participants. Other area businesses taking part and offering discounts include Qdoba (50 percent off any entree), Om Restaurant & Lounge ($7 Thai burrito), J.P. Licks ($1 off its new line of Fruit Smoothies), Cardullo’s (free green tea bars) and more. Just get your hand stamped by the HSBA and be sure to go green all the way.

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