“Metal and Fire: The Children of Vulcan” art show; free ping-pong tournament; Cambridge Youth Dance Program’s spring concert; American Classics and Tin Pan Alley’s “Tin Pan Opera” show; and free Cambridge Symphony Chamber Players concert.
High-tech art about memory, scent and sound; Annual Bookish Ball & Shakespeare’s Birthday Celebration; “TV Guidance Counselor” podcast with Eugene Mirman and Jon Glaser; talk and tasting about the science of coffee; and a Poetry Grudge Match.
Slow Art Day; the Kuumba Singers of Harvard College; CRLS Spring Benefit Jam a cappella show; Thai Cultural Night ’15 with all-you-can-eat Thai food; and the Rock ’n’ Roll Rumble Preliminary Night 1.
The results of Cambridge’s $500,000 experiment in participatory budgeting were announced Tuesday, with six projects announced as getting funded, ranging from a public toilet to bilingual books for kids learning English.
New play “Annabel Lost”; Boston LGBT Film Festival; Caitlin Corbett Dance; Calamity #9 modern pop art variety show; and ambient pop bands and DJs Kodak To Graph, Big Wild and Obesøn.
“Strange Days” short plays; the Port Sounds Music Festival; “Magnetic” film premiere at BUFF; Diamond Rug at The Sinclair; and “Doñagdeo: Mapping the Unseen” art experience.
Women, Action and the Media Film Festival; North Cambridge Family Opera’s “Kids Court”; Kazuo Ishiguro reads from “Buried Giant”; Cambridge Symphony Orchestra’s “Living Presence”; and folk with Ellie & Sumaia and Jenna & Mairi.
There could be a citizen referendum on Boston2024, but who knows if the group will first change its approach, secure mass transit funding or even change its application logo.
Comic & Graphic Novel Workshop and teen playwright talk; Pi Day celebration with music; an evening of surf art, films and music; MIT Symphony Orchestra does Mahler; and Intersections dance show.
Sure, our calendars are filled with increasingly commodified holidays, but it’s also filling up with new days of nationwide significance.