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Taking place mostly within the cloistered confines of a Hungarian manse between Cynthia and Evelyn, this dynamic is ever-evolving and punishing, with potential lessons about love — or just about stimulation.
Anna’s Taqueria brings its charitable celebrity burrito roller events Thursday with Katey Stone, Harvard University women’s ice hockey head coach for the past 20 years.
The survey industry is working overtime this week to prove that surveys are dumb, whether it’s “best food” in the school district or Cambridge being called a “best-dressed suburb.”
Contributors about subcultures ranging from academia to cosplayers, punks and ravers will read and talk about their work at this free event.
The city honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in a number of ways this long weekend, with a Day of Service and #BlackLivesMatter protest march coming Monday.
Director Clint Eastwood conjures up some hellish gun battles and tense door-to-door incursions, but we know there are things unsaid for him and questionable hero Chris Kyle.
Led by poet, author and host K.D. Smith, there’s a half-dozen poets scheduled to take to the stage Saturday in Central Square.
Lovers and lovers of Indian food won’t have The Maharaja as a Valentines Day option, but with luck the Harvard Square restaurant will be back in business in March.
Land rights and family plots lie at the film’s core, and there may be more breaks into sudden feverish sex than doobies fired up. “Inherent Vice” isn’t everyone’s kinda trip, but it is righteous fun for those who enjoy the high.
Irish, Scottish, Cape Breton and other Celtic music and dance are back in Harvard Square this weekend for the 12th annual three-day BCMFest.