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5 Events in Boston: Wild Flag, the Globetrotters and More

Five things to do in Boston this weekend, all accessible by the MBTA.

1) Do you have a high school junior looking to improve her chances on the SAT? Kaplan offers a at its . location. Register for the course at the Kaplan website. Take the commuter rail from Wakefield to North Station, and walk 13 minutes to Kaplan

2) The Harlem Globetrotters are back at the . Tickets for the family-friendly show start at $25. Take the commuter rail from Wakefield to North Station.

3) Post-punk super group Wild Flag takes the Paradise stage 9:30 p.m. Saturday. Fronted by riot grrrl pioneer and all-around indie rock god Carrie Brownstein, the band includes members from Sleater-Kinney, Helium and The Minders. Take the commuter rail from Wakefield to North Station, the Orange Line to Downtown Crossing, the Red Line to Park Street, then the Green Line B to Pleasant Street and walk one minute to the Paradise.

4) Improv Asylum continues its run of . The 7:30 p.m. show bills itself as the perfect event for a bachelorette party. Tickets are $25. Take the commuter rail from Wakefield to North Station, then the Orange Line to Haymarket and walk seven minutes to Ned Divine's.

5) Looking for more kid-friendly fun? The circus is in town! at for the next couple of weeks. Weekend shows start at 12:30 p.m.. Tickets are $20. Take the commuter rail from Wakefield to North Station, then the Orange Line to State Street and walk two minutes to City Hall Plaza.

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