The Harvard Art Museums collections have been online for more than a decade on their own website, but this week 1,061 high-resolution images got added to the Google Cultural Institute, bringing a bunch of cool new features.
Police are warning residents to be vigilant after two early Friday armed robberies in the Riverside neighborhood and in Harvard Square by the same crew of men.
Singer-songwriter Reina del Cid stops in at Toad; “Fare Thee Well” Grateful Dead simulcast; free Fourth of July kids events; free all-day comedy; and a summer Boston Celtic Music Fest.
As legendary Central Square nightclub T.T. the Bear’s Place enters its final month, its landlords say they hope the space will carry on as a rock club without a gap in performances. A high rent and licensing questions could complicate that plan.
If you’ve been looking for a place to buy a $5 hot dog, why not go to your local seafood specialist? It’s just the first question you’ll be asking about Legal Sea Foods’ July promotion.
For lovers of creative, genre-crossing music, Wednesday will be a good night – local art rock quintet Jaggery, Oakland, Calif.-based Faun Fables and Providence, R.I.-based Arc Iris are playing Oberon.
Just as city councillors move for action on enacting beekeeping laws, Cambridge gets another example of what the insects mean to our culture: an exhibition of encaustic prints at Maud Morgan Arts’ Chandler Gallery.
“Romeo vs. Juliet,” City Dance Party, Cambridge Symphony’s Pops on the Lawn, Sunday Parkland Games and Jamie Tworkowski reads from “If You Feel Too Much.”
Boston’s long-awaited Public Market opens July 30 with five Cambridge and Somerville vendors among the roughly three dozen stalls selling five days a week in the 28,000 square feet above the Haymarket MBTA station.
RefugePoint founder and Executive Director Sasha Chanoff will be honored Thursday at the White House as a World Refugee Day Champion of Change. RefugePoint is a Cambridge-based organization that provides solutions for refugees.