To do list

Things to do, eat, see this weekend


One-man band Demetri Martin’s stand-up routines bring audiences into his curious, obscure world of many talents: he acts, he writes, he draws, and will gladly bust out a guitar to tie it all together. His most recent tour, The Persistence of Jokes, comes to the Wilbur Saturday where the audience will experience a man on stage full of unequivocal humor and absurd storytelling. Jan. 31, 7-9 p.m. $37. The Wilbur Theatre, 246 Tremont St. Boston. 617-248-9700,

Natural Sound The Cape Ann Museum presents Sounds of a Working Waterfront, a premiere performance of an original composition by Robert Bradshaw for flute, clarinet, trumpet, violin, and laptop. This unique blend of sounds is based on environmental recordings made on Cape Ann. Jan. 31, 1-2 p.m. $8-$10 for nonmembers. Cape Ann Museum, 27 Pleasant St., Gloucester. 978-283-0455, www.capeann

GET BOWLED OVER How about a burrito to wrap up your Super Bowl experience? Brian Poe of Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake will kick off Burrito Bowl IV, a culinary competition where Boston chefs create a signature burrito reflecting the city of their favorite NFL team. Each burrito creation will be served “bowl-style” and rated by attendees and by special guest “referees” such as NESN’s Jenny Johnson, Zagat Boston editor Scott Kearnan, and local social media personality Tom O’Keefe. Jan. 31, 1-3:30 p.m. $25. Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake, 384 Boylston St., Boston . 617-859-8555, www.burrito


A retro comedy Let’s go back to the 1960s with Boeing-Boeing, a comedy written by Marc Camoletti featuring a swinging bachelor, three stewardesses, an old school friend, and a French housekeeper. Jamaica Plain’s Footlight Club hosts the show directed by Carol Gallagher and produced by Charlotte Dietz. Jan. 31, 8 p.m. $17-$20. The Footlight Club, 7A Eliot St., Jamaica Plain. 617-524-3200,

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Bahston Scavengah Hunt Cashunt’s Boston Mad Dash has spent 15 seasons entertaining thousands of players throughout the city. Now the game has returned, starting and ending outside the Hard Rock Cafe at Faneuil Hall for a 2½-hour unpredictable experience. The event features game play, tabulating points, and awarding the winners with prizes. Jan. 31, noon-2:30 p.m. $40. Hard Rock Cafe, 22-24 Clinton St., Boston. 866-276-4733,


Get Cultured Join the Center for the Arts at the Armory to celebrate cultures from around the world. The Somerville World’s Fair offers attendees the vibrant cultures of South America, Europe, and Asia. The event will feature face painting, crafts, food, stories, and more. Feb. 1, 10 a.m.-noon. Free. The Center for the Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Ave., Somerville. 617-718-2191,

Game day Enough with the blizzard. Get out and join others suffering from cabin fever to watch the Super Bowl at Jacob Wirth. The German restaurant is hosting a Super Bowl party with plenty of appetizers, beers on tap, and big screens. Reservations are free. Feb. 1, 6:30-10 p.m. 21+. Jacob Wirth Restaurant, 37 Stuart St., Boston. 617-338-8586. www.jacob

Come together The exhibition Drawing the Line gathers a community of artists exhibiting drawings by 17 Fort Point Arts Community members. The show includes traditional approaches to drawing along with digital drawings and needlework. Through March 20. Opening reception Feb. 3, 5-7:30 p.m. Free. Atlantic Wharf Gallery, 290 Congress St., Boston. 617-423-4299.

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