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Kendall Square Cinemas expands hours in mid-May to capitalize on late-night T

Kendall Square Cinemas expands hours in mid-May to capitalize on late-night T

Kendall Square Cinemas is approved to stay open until 2:30 a.m. on weekends, taking advantage of new late-night hours for the T.

Clover confirms coming to Central Square with hopes of being city’s 24-hour eatery

Clover confirms coming to Central Square with hopes of being city’s 24-hour eatery

Clover is the next tenant for the space Central Square space that was Hi-Fi Pizza, and the chain’s founder says he’d be happy with late-night hours.

Comedians’ tweets talk about the weather (and stuff) just a little better than we can

Comedians’ tweets talk about the weather (and stuff) just a little better than we can

Sure, the weather is supposed to be getting more springlike and less wintry – but that’s exactly the situation we were in last week just before it snowed.

Mastery of missed connections might make for a storytelling champ Thursday

Mastery of missed connections might make for a storytelling champ Thursday

It’s such a fluke that Danielle Freiman is in Thursday’s Big Mouth Off, the storytelling finals for Massmouth’s fifth season, that it could only be fate.

‘The Railway Man’: Incredible true story, even if director isn’t the best conductor

‘The Railway Man’: Incredible true story, even if director isn’t the best conductor

This post-World War II tale is one long therapy session revolving around a struggle with PTSD. Director Jonathan Teplitzky needed to bring a little more nuance.

Clover hopes Thursday CSA signup event mean $500,000 from 500 signups for farms

Clover hopes Thursday CSA signup event mean $500,000 from 500 signups for farms

Clover Food Lab is hosting CSA signups Thursday, putting together locals who want to join a farmshare and reps from six Massachusetts farms.

Conductor Spivakov’s politics draws call for boycott of May Harvard performance

Conductor Spivakov’s politics draws call for boycott of May Harvard performance

A step into politics by Russian violinist and conductor Vladimir Spivakov has drawn protests and a boycott for his stop at Harvard’s Sanders Theatre.

Likely next ‘fast food’ for Kendall Square: Bailey & Sage upscale salads, sandwiches

Likely next ‘fast food’ for Kendall Square: Bailey & Sage upscale salads, sandwiches

Anyone who worried Taco Bells and 99-cent value menus would invade Kendall Square will be relieved – and a bit hungry – to hear the next candidate.

‘Draft Day’: Football flick puts Costner back in play, falls short of his greatest

‘Draft Day’: Football flick puts Costner back in play, falls short of his greatest

The actors are fine, but the drama of the real draft deserves better. Next time producer/director Ivan Reitman should draft a better team of writers.

‘Joe’: Teen’s father figure has problems aplenty in a dark, bloody backwoods

‘Joe’: Teen’s father figure has problems aplenty in a dark, bloody backwoods

This character study leads with a character so all over the road you might never think you know him – and that road is a rough ride.

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