- Arts + Culture
Punk bands Joanna Gruesome and Perfect Pussy have so many reasons to perform together Wednesday, including their shared vinyl single and comic book.
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.
The six-year-old Discovery Ensemble chamber orchestra was shut down Wednesday by its board of directors, citing increasing difficulties in finding funding.
The second of four free concerts in the City of Cambridge Danehy Park Concert Series is 6 p.m. Tuesday at Danehy Park.
Three-quarters of a bill Saturday at The Middle East Upstairs is a good scan of some Boston sounds – and then there’s that Brooklyn band formed around three siblings from New Zealand.
The Tuesday lineup at T.T. the Bear’s Place is pretty much psychedelic noise nirvana.
You’re always guaranteed a powerful show with Jaggery, but Thursday is as close as you’ll come to a guaranteed perfect show: The band is recording a live album.
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.
The start of a yearlong test of late-night T service starts Friday, giving partygoers and bar-hoppers longer-than-usual waits for trains with no entertainment.
Vessela Stoyanova, co-founder of Fluttr Effect, Goli and Bury Me Standing, gets a birthday party Friday that’s as eclectic as her musical tastes and talents.