Just in time for the new residents poking around at the possibilities of Cambridge, The Dance Complex is offering the fall version of its twice-yearly open houses Sunday.
The death of books? Nonsense. Not even Vaudeville is dead, and for proof you can stop by Oberon in Harvard Square, where the two will be partying all Thursday night in “Literary Lovelies,” a presentation of Geek Girl Boston — the troupe behind two previous sexy science fiction shows at the theater.
The volunteer-based Dance Complex has an executive director — its first in a two-decade history, its board of directors announced Tuesday.
The French aren’t partying like its 1999 on our Independence Day, so it’s not clear why we use their Bastille Day — the storming of a prison that sparked the French Revolution in 1789 — to dance, dance, dance in in Harvard Square.
Cambridge encourages its residents to walk or ride their bicycles on the last Friday of every month — Walk/Ride Day. This month it’s an all-day celebration culminating in the annual City Dance Party.
The Dante Alighieri Society Hall hosts a night of dinner and dancing Saturday for Lucchesi, their friends and family. But does that include Dante?
Maybe it’s not technically summer, but in the magical world of traditional song and dance known as Revels, Saturday is time for “Midsummer Night Revels: A Summer Solstice Soiree.” The event starts at 8 p.m. near Harvard Square.
Choreographer José Mateo is the ninth recipient of the Boston Dance Alliance’s Dr. Michael Shannon Dance Champion Award, in part for creating Dance for World Community and its upcoming Harvard Square festival.
If 4/20 means anything to you, chances are you’ll want to spend the high holidays at Harvard Square’s Oberon.
Five questions. We just want to ask you five questions — or, rather, get five recommendations of things to read, listen to, watch, eat and buy from people who live, work or otherwise spend time in Cambridge. Here are some from Swati Tiwari, who moved to Prospect Street from Southern California.