A young Hasidic wife and mother who’s begun to question her place in life and a wandering loner experience an inexplicable pull toward one another – if only the actors could make us feel it too.
Perhaps you think you know Archie, but even if you’re a passionate fan of the comic-book kid, you might not know the true roots of the fictional town of Riverdale and its high school. Cambridge film scholar Gerald Peary found it not far away.
The sharing economy, which shakes up the concept of ownership and employment through the application of new technologies, gets a look this weekend at a free “Making the Sharing Economy Work for Everyone” panel.
Here’s something: a Western in which a young Scot is guided by an Irishman through the inhospitable frontier territories of the late 1800s, as played by New Zealand. But the violence is all American.
The “river” part of the 36th annual Cambridge Arts River Festival is more conceptual than literal this year, but it still brings a steady stream of entertainment, cuisine and community along Massachusetts Avenue in the Central Square Cultural District.
A weekly evening food truck event will take place every Wednesday at 5 p.m. starting June 3, featuring five food trucks and a beer garden in the Landsdowne Quad, at Pilgrim and Blanche streets.
Back in 1969, producer Noel Marshall and his wife, Hitchcock muse Tippi Hedren, visited Africa and became deeply concerned about the big cat hunting trend. It led to one of the craziest spectacles ever filmed.
Cambridge’s two entrants into the WGBH “Sing That Thing!” television program made it to the semifinals but ultimately lost the overall prize to the Boston Arts Academy Spirituals Ensemble, as revealed in tonight’s airing of the series’ first-season finale.
Some people think “naco” isn’t such a nice word in Spanish – but it doesn’t seem to be any more offensive than “redneck” or “white trash,” its closest anglo equivalents, making its offensiveness more dependent on the sensitivities of an individual diner.
Released in 1940, Charlie Chaplin’s “The Great Dictator” is a film often remembered by its final moments – and for good reason.