- Arts + Culture
Why is this combination minimart and purveyor of cheeseburgers, fries and frozen dairy treats aspiring to cure cancer?
If you’re not prepared for Friday’s start of the gift-giving holiday season, at least you can ease into it satirically with The ImprovBoston Holiday Spectacular.
Sourcing cocoa beans directly from farmers through fair trade programs buffers local chocolate makers and users from some issues faced by giant companies such as Hershey’s.
“Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead”; “The Trojan Women”; Kaiju Big Battel 20th Anniversary Bash; “10 Things I Hate About You”; and Radius Ensemble: Pluck.
The story of the so-called “Venus Hottentot” and a glimpse into the adult life of Charlie Brown are among four original comedy plays tonight in Davis Square.
A Cambridgeport synagogue has until Jan. 8 to make peace with neighbors who suffered bee stings and swarms from four rooftop hives last summer, a chance the congregation has embraced.
The Central Square Goodwill store reopened Oct. 10 with pretty much new everything, but today is its grand opening.
Somerville’s Liz Prince put up with a lot as a girl who didn’t want to be girly. Hear about what went into her graphic novel “Tomboy” Thursday evening.
Americana artist and Berklee professor of songwriting Susan Cattaneo brings her critically acclaimed “Haunted Heart” performances back to Cambridge on Tuesday.
There won’t be margaritas until 2 a.m. at Felipe’s Taqueria when it opens its stand-alone restaurant in Harvard Square – not even on weekends.