A changing of the guard in the local music biz will be held March 5 at Pagu, with legendary jazz booking agent Fred Taylor on hand, as well as a sentimental farewell to the Western Front reggae club.
Something’s clearly not right out in the suburbs where Chris has agreed reluctantly to meet the parents of his girlfriend, who don’t know he’s black – but loved Obama. Given the results of the election, the daggers the film throws couldn’t be any more on point.
A smooth transition of ownership is still ongoing for Cafe Algiers, which gave generations of Harvard Square diners a scare by shutting abruptly in October before a surprise reopening Nov. 5.
The event wasn’t held last year because of a reorganization of the branch, but as part of new leadership in place for more than a year, former mayor Ken Reeves said returning to the tradition was a priority.
What will follow when the poké food trend is past its peak? Here’s an idea: The cookie dough confectionary – a shop serving “raw” cookie dough treats. One just opened in New York City.
The 89th Annual Academy Awards ceremony is Feb. 26, with Jimmy Kimmel hosting, but the Boston Society of Film Critics beats it with a Feb. 19 event filled with special guests, music and screenings at The Brattle Theatre in Harvard Square – benefiting the ACLU.
Nearly two years after management raised the possibility, a Live Music Brunch officially kicks off this weekend at the venerable Passim folk club in Harvard Square.
The rules of how to be the press in Cambridge haven’t become any more clear since Monday, when Mayor E. Denise Simmons spoke vaguely of rules that sounded unlike any traditional understanding of government-press interaction.
Though cable access television has been the mission since SCATV’s founding in 1983, online content and Boston Free Radio – also served up via the Web, but consumed primarily as audio – has become too big too ignore in the mission.
Possessing an enormous warmth and empathy for its characters, Mike Mills’ “20th Century Women” looks at motherhood and how extended family isn’t always related by blood.