- Arts + Culture
This past weekend saw the start of daylight saving time for the year as well as the return of some local Boston traditions.
An ImprovBoston standup comedy show will once again donate ticket sale proceeds to help people displaced by a Feb. 12 fire.
A bookmaking workshop, Kiniwe African concert, peek into Pakistani culture, “Brundibar & But the Giraffe!” family opera and Rough Cut video social.
Vessela Stoyanova, co-founder of Fluttr Effect, Goli and Bury Me Standing, gets a birthday party Friday that’s as eclectic as her musical tastes and talents.
The essence of Revels is “songs and stories passed down through the generations,” but a Revels Fringe series is looking at what’s redefining the essential.
The Cambridge/Somerville-line foodie paradise that’s home to Bergamot, Dali and Kirkland Tap & Trotter now has a recreational cooking school as well.
The Foundry is due for more public input to decide its use, but everything from CRA involvement to private fundraising is still on the table in finding ways to pay for it.
An already unpopular plan for East Cambridge’s least favorite building got another hit or two Monday.
The Oscars were Sunday, and of course it was all about the glamour and star power. But comedians aren’t easily distracted from misery.
The Forge Baking Co. lets the team behind Diesel and Bloc 11 make its own pastry and breads, allowing a degree of menu control it’s wanted since 2007.