Pick your own star together
Every Wednesday night, winter or summer, the BU Coit Observatory opens up its facilities to the common folk so they can get a far more magnified glimpse of the sky. Name your sun, then return at some later date to see if you can identify it again. Admission is free, but it's a good idea to reserve your spots ahead of time.
Catch disco fever
The Donkey Show at Oberon has to be experienced to be believed: It's a show full of mirrored balls and feather boas and roller skates and disco tunes galore, all inspired, incongruously enough, by A Midsummer’s Night Dream. The dance party continues long after the show ends; take a spin on the floor and then take all that sexy energy home with you. Tickets are $25 ($15 for student rush).
Eat a delicious speakeasy steak
Because by now you know they’re worth it. Behind a red velvet curtain inside cocktail bar JM Curley is the most clandestine of chophouses: Bogie’s Place, where dinner begins with caviar tray service and moves on to your choice of steak cuts burnished with bone marrow and foie gras butter. It's not cheap, but it is worth it.