Cambridge has plenty of storytelling in its standup comedy and poetry slams but telling stories to your kids is a whole different thing. The Cambridge Community Center has a special storytelling presentation for parents planned to show the way.
Harvard Square is already due to see The Sinclair, a late-night restaurant and 525-person concert hall, open in the fall. Now a smaller performance venue and restaurant called Liberal Servings is targeted for 13 Brattle St., the heart of the square.
In Cambridge, Martin Luther King Day is not just a day off. City groups have planned events that make it easy for people to not just recognize the contributions and call to action by King — but to actually take action.
The Edgar Allan Poe parties start Wednesday with a musical tribute and continues Thursday with a reading in Mount Auburn Cemetery.
Happy death day, Edgar Allen Poe. To celebrate your haunted life, the band Box Five and guest bands are performing Poe-themed works in every U.S. city you called home. The tour starts Oct. 5 at The Somerville Theatre.
At Breathe Cambridge, a multimedia exhibition in its final dozen days, teens captured the voices of the city and turned it into a mesmerizing soundscape and comfortable space for people to stop and “take a breath.”
The ethereal, androgynous, Montreal-based singer-songwriter Clara Engel, who has cast her spell over audiences from Paris and Berlin to San Francisco and New York, will be bringing her […]
The Printer’s Devil Review literary journal gets a launch party tonight at Middlesex Lounge.
Ishrat Aishee said she never expected to take first in her category a competitive citywide poetry contest. Her seventh-grade teacher wasn’t surprised, though.
For the Chagall Performance Art Collaborative, “Choose Your Own Adventure” is not a cute, nostalgic but ironic name for a night of music, poetry and dance. The collaborators are serious: They really want people to come Friday and decide the path the artists will follow.