The fireworks aren’t over yet.
Customizable Word Maps
What: Interior designer Jessica Harrington veers into cartography and turns your favorite phrases into arresting diagrams of New England escapes, from Block Island to the Vineyard.
Why: Maps worth a thousand words.
When: You owe a hostess gift.
Where: Online at etsy.com.
Blomus Uber Sale at Lekker Home
What: Scandinavian-sleek decanters, bird feeders, and cheese slicers at 20 percent off — the deepest discount allowed in the United States.
Why: Those showers and weddings won’t shop for themselves.
When: Thru Mon.
Where: 1317 Washington St., South End (617-737-7307).
Yakitori Zai Opens
What: Think outside the bento box. The new Japanese spot augments our city’s Asian repertoire with traditional tapas (deep-fried sardines, sake-steamed clams) and single-serving skewers of chicken cooked in front of customers.
Why: Take a class to learn the secrets to sake pairings, hot pots, and tare (a tasty marinade) at the weekend ed program.
When: Reopens Fri. Classes every second or third Sun., noon-2:30 p.m.
Where: 315 Shawmut Ave., South End (857-350-4450).
Sweet’s Clambake Package
What: A day late and a dollar short on that epic Fourth of July beach party? Gather your closest for summertime cupcakes (pink lemonade, lemon blueberry) topped with fondant lighthouses, lobsters, and sailboats ($4-$64).
Why: Bibs assure you’ll catch every last crumb.
When: Thru Labor Day.
Where: Locations online at sweetcupcakes.com. To order, call 617-247-2253 or email email@example.com.
Berklee Greenway Sessions
What: Groove to the sounds of jazz-funk-rock band Insigniya as the music school moves its alfresco series down to the water.
Why: Fill up at nearby food trucks like Roxy’s Grilled Cheese.
When: Thru Aug. 24. Every Fri., 6 p.m.
Where: The Rose F. Kennedy Greenway, Milk St., at Atlantic Ave., Financial District.
Photo: Courtesy of ReStudios