You oughtta look at pictures.
In Your Face
What: Prodigious shutterbug Mario Testino displays his talents stateside with a first-of-its-kind exhibition of glam celebrity portraits, candid party shots, fanciful fashion shoots, and risque nudes.
Why: Find your prince at the concurrent British Royal Portraits.
When: Sun.-Feb. 3.
Where: Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., The Fenway (617-267-9300). Admission is $25.
75 on Liberty Wharf Opens
What: Satisfy your comfort food cravings with herbed clam chowder, Nantucket seafood stew, and Meyer lemon chicken; then return for lunch delicacies like the salmon BLT.
Why: Pregame Halloween with the pumpkin martini.
When: Daily, 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m.
Where: 220 Northern Ave., Liberty Wharf (617-227-0754).
JP Centre Yoga Opens
What: Sun-salute in a sophisticated, community-minded studio that offers both hot and moderately heated flow classes plus nutrition consults, massage, and free morning meditation.
Why: Meet your bendy neighbors during movie nights and deejayed dance parties.
When: From Sun. Daily, 6:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Hint: free classes this Fri., 6 p.m., and Sat., 10 a.m.
Where: 670 Centre St., 3rd flr., Jamaica Plain (617-942-8936).
Coffee and Donuts
What: The urbane ladies behind City Chicks Boston elevate your morning game with a master class in manual brewing, followed by a lesson in apple cider-donut making.
Why: You have to stay warm somehow.
When: Sun., 2-4 p.m.
Where: Kitchen Inc., 201 Somerville Ave., Union Square. Tickets ($55) at citychicksboston.com.
Crocodile Tears and Skullid Trunk Show
What: Sip a little, shop a little as two area designers showcase their latest collections of vintage resin necklaces and semiprecious-stone and repurposed-antique bracelets.
Why: Your locavore appetite extends to accessories.
When: Today, 7-9 p.m.
Where: Acquire, 61 Salem St., North End (857-362-7380).
Photo: Mario Testino, Kate Moss, London, 2006 / Courtesy of Museum of Fine Arts Boston