- Arts + Culture
Cambridge remains a seriously great place to take in funny science. The 24th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony is Thursday, and BAHFest returns in October.
It’s too late to be the first to love The Avett Brothers. Your new darling plays Tuesday at Atwood’s Tavern, and its name is Buffalo Stack.
The Rosebud, an iconic presence in Davis Square since the 1940s, reopens tonight after closing in late May, now leaning heavily toward barbecue (and pies).
Man or Astro-man?, The Pack A.D. and Wray play The Sinclair on Friday in a treat for fans of Venn diagrams, with the South, sci-fi and rock somewhere in the overlap.
Does Camberville need more ramen? The international chain Santouka says yes.
You’re forgiven for not remembering John Cooper Clarke – he hasn’t been here since the late 1970s – but not for ignoring his return Wednesday.
Mayor David Maher kicked off a food drive today to run through Oct. 1 to benefit Cambridge food pantries.
Improv, sketch and standup comedy acts come to Central and Harvard squares Wednesday through Sunday for the Boston Comedy Arts Festival.
Is it too early to nominate a band for the next Boston Calling? Because we have to get My Gold Mask back here in front of as many people as possible.
We know of Robyn Wright from “The Princess Bride” and “Forrest Gump,” but her career never quite took off. “The Congress” changes that uniquely.