5 things to do in Boston this weekend

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Upcoming Events In Boston in addition to the events listed below by the Boston Globe:

Josh Groban and Idina Menzel at TD Garden

Boston Bruins Back To Back Home Games at TD Garden

The Play That Goes Wrong at Citi Emerson Colonial Theatre

Hamilton at the Boston Opera House

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Matthew Broderick (left) and Geza Rohrig in “To Dust,” which will screen at the Boston Jewish Film Festival. The 30th anniversary of the Boston Jewish Film Festival brings a bounty of films both new and old that examine a broad spectrum of the Jewish experience. Highlights include “ Shalom […]

The local music scene’s DIY spirit is always in full effect at Hassle Fest, the annual festival thrown by local music blog and music booking organization Boston Hassle. Between regular music performances, pop-up art installations, and festival after-parties, Hassle Fest 10 will span a dozen venues in Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville, and feature headlining sets from garage rock group The Gories, electronic dance duo Lily and Horn Horse, and experimental musician Aaron Dilloway. (Friday, Nov. 9, and Saturday, Nov. 10, at various times; various locations; prices vary per show, $45-$100 for festival pass; all ages)

Still craving films that give you thrills and chills a week after Halloween? The Coolidge Corner Theatre has a pair of ’80s classics playing at midnight this weekend. On Saturday, you can check out a 35mm print of “The Thing,” which stars Springfield native Kurt Russell in one of his many collaborations with “Halloween” director John Carpenter. Russell plays a helicopter pilot trapped on an Antarctic research base with a shape-shifting monster. For another creepy film starring a Massachusetts native, you can see Coolidge’s Friday midnight screening of “The Fly,” starring Jeff Goldblum and Wareham native Geena Davis. (Saturday, Nov. 10, from 11:59 p.m. to 2 a.m.; Coolidge Corner Theatre, Brookline; $12.75; rated R)

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