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Matthew Pond and Kirk Marcolin

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Crime time

Doris Payne is in prison, but the octogenarian was in jewels during her 60-year “career” that resulted in almost $2 million in bling. The Roxbury International Film Festival opens with the documentary “The Life & Crimes of Doris Payne” by directors Kirk Marcolin and Matthew Pond. 7:30 p.m. (through June 29). June 25 tickets are $15, $10 students and seniors. Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston. 617-369-3907. www.mfa.org/programs/series/roxbury-international-film-festival

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Double trouble All he wants is romance, dinner, money, and to keep his secret a secret — not so much to ask, right? In the adaptation of Carlo Goldoni’s farce “The Servant of Two Masters,” Truffaldino finds himself working two jobs for two bosses. 5:30 p.m. preview (through Aug. 23). $15, free for students. Outdoors at Shakespeare & Company’s tented Rose Footprint Theatre, 70 Kemble St., Lenox. 413-637-3353. www.shakespeare.org

Eastland’s land For two years, artist Craig Eastland used Google Maps Street View and other data to study “neglected and unseen corners of America” including “incarceration in Brooklyn, foreclosures in California, and deaths caused by Hurricane Katrina.” The result is his exhibit “Million Dollar Blocks.” Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-5 p.m. through July 25. Free. Brookline Arts Center, 86 Monmouth St., Brookline. 617-566-5715. www.brooklineartscenter.com

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Collectibles What do you collect on vacation? We buy earrings. In the exhibit “Prized Relics: Historic Souvenirs From the Collection” you’ll see 19th- and 20th-century relics and souvenirs including a Paul Revere urn made to hold a lock of George Washington’s hair. Wed-Sat 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (ongoing). Free. The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, 33 Marrett Road, Lexington. 781-861-6559. www.monh.org

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Pade event “The sounds outside became concrete music, and in the evening I could imagine that the stars and the moon and the sky uttered sounds and those turned into electronic music.” Electronic music pioneer Else Marie Pade was born in 1924, and at “Jacob Kirkegaard Performs Works by Else Marie Pade” the Berlin-based sound artist will perform a program of his friend’s music. June 26 at 8 p.m. $10, $8 students; $15, $10 students (at the door). Goethe-Institut, 170 Beacon St., Boston. 617-262-6050. www.goethe.de/ins/us/bos/enindex.htm

Mother lode This symphonic rock band that blends classical and rock music got its name from a morphed version of a Bruce Willis line in “Die Hard.” Mother Falcon is all we can say. June 26 at 9 p.m. $12. Great Scott, 1222 Commonwealth Ave., Allston. 800-745-3000. www.ticketmaster.com

Winged beetles What are fireflies saying? Are they becoming extinct? Can we save them? Don Salvatore from the Museum of Science’s Firefly Watch Citizen Science project will enlighten you at “Fascinating Fireflies.” You’ll take a guided walk after the presentation (wear long pants and bug spray). June 26 from 8-9:30 p.m. $9 (pre-registration required; for ages 8 and older). Blue Hills Trailside Museum, 1904 Canton Ave., Milton. 617-333-0690, ext. 226. www.massaudubon.org/bluehills

June Wulff can be reached at june.wulff@globe.com.