If you’ve been looking for a place to buy a $5 hot dog, why not go to your local seafood specialist? It’s just the first question you’ll be asking about Legal Sea Foods’ July promotion.
The Arlington International Film Festival has received more than 1,500 submissions from around the globe, and 15 jurors have been selected to choose the entries for the fifth annual event Oct. 15-22 at the Kendall Square Cinema.
“I’m old, but not obsolete,” is the new Arnold Schwarzenegger zinger in this “Terminator” franchise reboot. “I’ll be back” gets recycled too, but don’t expect this return to be better than the originals. (Although it’s better than than the last two efforts.)
For lovers of creative, genre-crossing music, Wednesday will be a good night – local art rock quintet Jaggery, Oakland, Calif.-based Faun Fables and Providence, R.I.-based Arc Iris are playing Oberon.
“The Overnight” is one of those on-the-clock, dark comedies driven by melodrama and sexually charged situations. The great asset at director Patrick Brice’s disposal is his cast – mainly the slack and enigmatic but always soulful Jason Schwartzman.
Just as city councillors move for action on enacting beekeeping laws, Cambridge gets another example of what the insects mean to our culture: an exhibition of encaustic prints at Maud Morgan Arts’ Chandler Gallery.
Boston’s long-awaited Public Market opens July 30 with five Cambridge and Somerville vendors among the roughly three dozen stalls selling five days a week in the 28,000 square feet above the Haymarket MBTA station.
Barbecue lovers should have a destination in Kendall Square in December, as Andy Husbands and Brian Lesser prepare their Smoke Shop barbecue restaurant to replace the Tommy Doyle’s Irish restaurant that closed in September 2014.
Crystal Moselle’s intrigue documentary “The Wolfpack” follows the secluded lives of the six Angulo brothers, who were raised in relative isolation – never leaving their small Lower East Side apartment in Manhattan – for nearly 17 years.
After 65 years, there soon won’t be a Cardullo behind the counter of Cardullo’s. The Harvard Square institution is being sold to a couple fleeing big business to run a small gourmet shop, wine store and deli.