- Arts + Culture
Just a minute’s walk from an all-honey store, Cambridge is getting a store selling only olive oils, vinegars, salts and spices.
It’s time for dance in the Art City August schedule, after the new arts organization put the focus on music in the first weekend and film last weekend.
This film is overlong, with a script of macho twaddle, but little of that matters when the explosions take center stage and guns blaze, and some of the casting retains its charm.
Ellen Cooney, a one-time Cambridge resident who has taught at Harvard and MIT, brings “The Mountaintop School for Dogs” and a Porter Square Books first.
The forecast Wednesday is for rain – but would a little rain put off Indiana Jones?
Popster Emeen Zarookian has confirmed: He’s moving to Los Angeles in September. His final Cambridge show (until he visits) is at 10 tonight at Zuzu.
“Into the Storm” is no “Twister,” not even a “Sharknado.” It’s not bad, mind you, but it’s not good, either.
Despite all taking place within six hours in Porter Square, the free Art City August: Community Film Festival coming Saturday is all over the place.
The citizen-run Art City organization said last month that it planned to turn each August weekend into free, themed, citywide arts events, and it’s happening.
What makes “Guardians” such a grand summertime treat is a script loyal to comic book parameters, but played loose, with pop and sass — and key ’70s songs.