TUESDAY MAR 16
Boston may have officially celebrated St. Patty's Day over the weekend, but loyal Irishmen continue to toast each other erin go braugh until tomorrow. Dive into Boston-Irish culture at The Druid, an Inman Square pub that pours Irish brews on tap and plays live music on most nights. 21+. The Druid, 1357 Cambridge St. 497-0965. FREE.
Ireland's latest cinematic export, "Waking Ned Devine," tells the story of how aging Irish villagers react to a winning lottery ticket. The catch? The golden ticket belongs to the recently deceased Ned Devine. Think Weekend at Bernie's with geriatric Gaelics. Kendall Square Cinema, 1 Kendall Square. 494-9800. Call for showtime. $7.75.
If one more mention of shamrocks or leprechauns is enough to make you somewhat green around the gills, the Film Archive's showing two West German films: Hetzog's "Aguirre, the Wrath of God" and "The Mystery of Kasper Hauser", both from 1974. The Harvard Film Archive, Carpenter Center, 24 Quincy St. 495-4700. 7 p.m. $5.