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Blending the Bible and Thomas Hobbes, it’s astonishing that this critical and pointed epic vision of Russian politics has found the light of day.
Kill Matilda’s last show on a six-month tour is the Cantab in Central Square, but band leader Dusty Exner has a bigger message than “Come see our show.” (Which is Feb. 27.)
The Agassiz Baldwin Afterschool program’s Hip Hop Festival returns Thursday for its 19th February vacation.
If there’s anything that makes trudging through more snow sound worth it, it’s a free dessert buffet. But the offer of a table full of mystery desserts isn’t all that’s coming Monday.
The two Cambridge groups are up against 22 competitors from around New England in this new show, which culminates in a May live taping.
The Liquiteria juice and cleanse chain has eyes on Harvard Square for its sixth location, and its first outside of New York.
About the only one who might come away unscathed from this S&M “Twilight” fan-fiction gone amok is Dakota Johnson and her left-of-center sexuality.
A snow- and stir-crazy art-rock darling Amanda Palmer has announced two “tiny secret” shows in Somerville at chef J.J. Gonson’s Cuisine en Locale, a half-block from Palmer’s first Somerville apartment.
The Friendly Toast has removed a controversially named drink from its menu after a social media firestorm launched by Mita Shah Hoppenfeld, a Cambridge resident, medical student at the Boston University School of Medicine and blogger.
Members of the public visiting the “Breaking Ground” art exhibit Feb. 19 to March 22 are bound to be a little distracted by the walls holding up the art.