The Wrong Shapes released “Gasoline Can” in May as the third single off their latest album. Its raunchy, noir story-telling has connections to two bands releasing albums back in the 1990s.
It’s very difficult to understand the City Council’s leadership on regulating taxis and on-demand car services such as Uber and Lyft.
City Council action on the war between taxis and their car-service competition goes on, with a meeting about city regulations penciled in for mid-September as one member may want to undo votes from mid-August.
“Thought Bomb” comedy and karaoke; a Humanwine album sneak peek; Massachusetts Independent Film Festival screenings; Opera on Tap: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly; and “Burlesque is Coming” for “Games of Thrones” fans.
A former Somerville police officer and his brother were arraigned Thursday in Somerville District Court, with the former officer accused of breaking into Somerville Police Headquarters after his dismissal and stealing a commanding officer’s gun.
An attack on a teenager after leaving an underage drinking party has led not only to charges of rape for another partygoer, but an arraignment on a charge of furnishing alcohol to minors for the woman who hosted, officials say.
Work on what’s being called the nation’s first student-run homeless shelter begins Thursday in Harvard Square. The 22-bed shelter is expected to open in November.
A suspect in an Aug. 12 shooting death in which the victim fled to Kendall Square was scheduled to be arraigned Monday morning in Cambridge District Court.
A small confectioners’ district is popping up with the coming of Spindler Confections next to Nüssli 118°, a maker of healthy snacks and treats, and by high-end grocer Pemberton Farms, with goodies from around Eastern Massachusetts.
“Biographies/What Is Love” dance double feature; Midnight at the Midway circus arts show; Starlabfest Music & Arts Festival; Olde Mouldy whisky popup; and Red Bull High Stakes rowing competition.