Wednesday, September 10
Meet Leon Powe @ Modell's: We have a recurring dream in which we're always invited to all the Boston Celtics' VIP parties and personally hobnob with Ray Allen and Paul Pierce. But here in reality, we'll take any chance we can get to meet members of the championship team. Stop by the new Modell's in Cambridge to see Celts forward Leon Powe (#0, himself) and get his John Hancock. Autographs are guaranteed for the first 200 fans in line. Set an alarm or something, OK? 6-8 p.m.
Friday, September 12
Silent Rave @ Copley Square: Make a rave-worthy playlist, grab your iPod, and head to Copley Square Friday to move to the beat of your own drum. Literally. True, this is a group dancing event, but everyone will be dancing to the music coming through his or her own headphones. Seems like a good time to strike up a conversation about personal vs. public space, right? Or you could just rock out to your Technotronic and Daft Punk mix and leave deep thoughts for a rainy day. 7-7:30 p.m.
Saturday, September 13
Indiepalooza @ East Park: Have an affinity for moody music, will travel. If that's your mantra, hoof it to Worcester on Saturday to hear indie music from around New England. All genres will be represented, from rock to rap. And, obviously, Marky Mark's old backup band — the Funk B's née the Funky Bunch — will be there to spread some good vibrations. Feel it? 12-9 p.m.
[This could be you. / Barry Chin, Globe Staff]
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