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Clover Food Lab opens its Kendall Square bricks-and-mortar restaurant Thursday with a “pay what you want” offer hoping to hand over $10,000 in proceeds to a food rescue organization.
Amazingly, Tatte Bakery & Café opens its third Kendall Square location Monday.
A new edition of “Cooking for Crowds” is getting some hoopla, with the latest being author Merry White’s turn at the Harvard Book Store tonight at 7.
With our local St. Paul’s Church Choir School turning 50, a model for its musical and academic tradition – The Vienna Boys Choir – comes to town Friday to celebrate.
The art-rock band Guerilla Toss, chosen as closing band for October’s two-day New England Underground Music Festival, is back tonight at Middlesex Lounge with Blanche Blanche Blanche and Fat Creeps. It’ll be noisy and wild.
Director Alexander Payne and actor Bruce Dern have notched a quiet accomplishment in this black-and-white film of Midwestern decline – making an American asshole sympathetic and full-bodied.
If you’re in the area and need an emergency Thanksgiving meal – maybe you’re traveling, maybe your beautifully prepared meal suffered some completely unexpected disaster – you might consider making some phone calls and hope to head to Harvard Square.
Of course “The Slutcracker” is back at the Somerville Theatre, starting Saturday and running through Dec. 31, but this year brings something new: An opening set from Mike Doughty, the singer-songwriter and onetime lead for the band Soul Coughing.
Much of David Beckett’s “The Cana Mystery” will be familiar to fans of “The Da Vinci Code,” and some of it will be even more familiar to Cantabrigians, especially those intimate with Harvard Square.
As star of this hokey, grand but ultimately empty tale of rebellion, Jennifer Lawrence (and a couple of other well-chosen actors) keeps us engaged until new director Francis Lawrence can get to the Games themselves and his usual fantastical mayhem.