Think the John Hancock Tower is little more than a dominating presence on the Boston landscape. Please. The glass building was also the site of the world record for catching grapes in 1988, at a distance of 788 feet. Clearly you’ll want to read up on Paul Tavilla, who bills himself as “the true legitimate world record holder for catching grapes at a distance.” Tavilla has also honed his craft Dedham, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Tokyo. A true living legend. Meet him at thegrapecatcher.com.