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    5 things to do in the Boston area

    The annual Chefs in Shorts barbecue, Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band, and more.

    Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band in Universal City, California in 2003.
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    Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band in Universal City, California in 2003.

    June 17

    In honor of Father’s Day, some facts and figures on dear old Pop

    21%

    of married fathers have three or more children under 18

    15%

    of single parents are male

    17%

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    of preschoolers are regularly cared for by Dad while Mom works

    Source: US Census Bureau

    June 19

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    Yes, he’s getting a little help from his friends. Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band play at the Bank of America Pavilion in Boston at 7:30 p.m. 800-745-3000, livenation.com

    June 22

    $27.99 PER NIGHT

    That’s the starting price of a bed in Hostelling International’s new $43 million Boston Hostel at 19 Stuart Street, which is holding an open house from 1:30 to 5 p.m. Expected to be the first LEED-certified hostel in the nation, the attractive facility offers 480 beds to international and youth travelers, as well as a cafe and community room open to the public. 617-536-1027, bostonhostel.org

    ’CUE IT UP

    Give Dad a break from grilling duty and head to Boston’s Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center for the 15th annual Chefs in Shorts. Cooks from more than 30 restaurants will put on an outdoor barbecue to raise money for culinary education for urban youth. A $70 ticket covers food, beer, and wine; 7 p.m. seaportboston.com

    June 23

    BEE THERE

    Urban beekeeping is blossoming. See proof on the Boston Tour de Hives, a bike tour with stops at four apiaries in Somerville, Cambridge, and Boston. (You can travel by car if you prefer.) The event is free, but paying $20 gets you a T-shirt and entrance to see the Museum of Science’s observation hive. Meet at the Somerville Community Growing Center, 22 Vinal Avenue, at 9:30 a.m., and bring a lunch. brownpapertickets.com or facebook.com/bostonbeekeepers

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