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Explore the world through interactive exhibits
Visitors at the Mapparium™ globe.
Filled with extraordinary colors and light, the Mapparium™ globe lets visitors explore the world frozen at one point in time. | Photo provided by The First Church of Christ, Scientist
Bostonians are invited to take a walk through history and explore stories about global progress at the How Do You See the World? experience at the Christian Science Plaza, an expansive, 13-acre space in the heart of Back Bay.

Located in The Christian Science Publishing House, the How Do You See the World? experience features interactive exhibits, that include:
  • The Mapparium™: Step into the iconic, three-story stained glass globe to glimpse our world in 1935 with narration and light, and see things from a different perspective — from the inside of the world looking out.
  • Stories from The Christian Science Monitor: Learn the stories of those who have made a difference in their communities worldwide, including the woman who founded the Christian Science church and the Monitor newspaper, Mary Baker Eddy.
  • Our World: Mapping Progress: Interact with various touchscreens highlighting humanity’s advancements since 1935, and inspirational hope for the future.
  • And more
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“Points of Progress” invites guests to explore a rolling record of significant events in human rights, scientific breakthroughs, exploration, and other fields through the post-war decades.

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The How Do You See the World? experience is open Monday–Saturday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m.–5 p.m.

The best part: BOStoday readers can receive a discount on their admission.
 
Events
 
Wednesday, Nov. 15
  • Music Bingo Wednesdays | Wednesday, Nov. 15 | 6 p.m. | Harpoon Brewery, 306 Northern Ave., Boston | Free to attend | Grab a brew and listen to the music to try to win fun prizes during the two rounds of bingo.
  • Women Who Whiskey - Penelope Bourbon Experience | Wednesday, Nov. 15 | 6-8 p.m. | Banners Kitchen & Tap, 82 Causeway St., Boston | $47 | The 21+ bourbon tasting will pair the smooth flavors of Penelope Bourbon with appetizers like cheese and crudité, savory short rib bao, and silky butternut squash ravioli.
Thursday, Nov. 16
  • Thiccy’s Taco Club Pop Up | Thursday, Nov. 16 | 5-9 p.m. | Lamplighter Broadway, 284 Broadway, Cambridge | Price of purchase | Pop by for this taco pop-up with “table-tacos” influenced by Latin street taco vendors.
  • November Beer Dinner | Thursday, Nov. 16 | 6:30 p.m. | Time Out Market, 401 Park Dr, Boston | $90 | This month’s dinner features eats from Michael Schlow’s Italian Kitchen and drinks from Mighty Squirrel Brewing Company to support the Greg Hill Foundation.
Friday, Nov. 17
  • Grand Opening Celebration | Friday, Nov. 17 | 11 a.m. | Brave Daughters, 70 Pier 4 Blvd., Ste. 420, Boston | Free | Visit the Superette to shop the forever jewelry brand’s new storefront with a variety of permanent bracelets, necklaces, rings, and more.
  • Hike Boston | Friday, Nov. 17 | 11 a.m.-12 p.m. | Commonwealth Avenue Mall and Arlington Street, Boston | Free | Meet a Park Ranger and explore the Commonwealth Avenue Mall for an educational walk.
Saturday, Nov. 18
  • A Drag Queen Christmas | Saturday, Nov. 18 | 8 p.m. | Emerson Colonial Theatre, 106 Boylston St., Boston | $42-$83 | Join the Host Miz Cracker for a live performance with winners, fan favorites, OG members and more.
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News Notes
 
Civic
  • The deadline to apply for the Boston Cultural Council grant is this Friday, Nov. 17 at 11:59 p.m. Grants up to $10,000 are available for eligible organizations that benefit the public by providing arts programs in city neighborhoods.
Environment
  • The Boston Parks and Recreation Department’s Urban Wilds Program has been selected to represent our city in the Forests in Cities Network. The local project manages 31 natural areas across the city in collaboration with Mass Audubon and Boston University.
Cause
  • Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción has received the largest donation in the nonprofits history from the Yawkey Foundation. IBA plans to use the $3 million grant to help build La CASA, a $28 million Latino arts and community center in the South End. (Boston Business Journal)
Sports
  • The Dunkin’ Men’s Beanpot will return to TD Garden on Feb. 5 + Feb. 12 and the first-ever Women’s Championship on Jan. 23. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Monday, Nov. 20 at 10 a.m.
Open
  • Frank is now open at Assembly Row in Somerville. Frank McClelland has opened the new restaurant after running L’Espalier in Boston’s Back Bay until 2018. (Boston Restaurant Talk)
Eat
  • Just in time for Thanksgiving, a local company has created a new product combining Massachusetts’ two biggest crops: cranberries and cannabis. The new infused cranberry sauce is available at Suncrafted Cannabis in Middleborough. (Boston Business Journal)
Pets
  • Say goodbye to fillers and weird ingredients in your dog’s food. Get 50% off your pup’s first order of Nom Nom for fresh, recognizable ingredients they’ll love.*
 
 
The Buy
 
The cutest to-go containers to make sure everyone walks away with leftovers this Thanksgiving. Pro tip: Remove the lid and heat them right in the oven.
 
Answered
 
This week we asked “What’s the best Boston side to serve on Thanksgiving?”
We asked, and you answered. Here are a few recommendations to add to your Thanksgiving meals next week.
 
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The Wrap
 
Jess Burton in a blue shirt and gold necklace Today’s edition by:
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From the editor
Save the date for a frozen adventure in 2024. New England’s only ice castle will return in the new year and tickets go on sale on Wednesday, Nov. 29. If you want to snow morehere’s what you can expect to see.
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