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Central Square has holiday shopping opportunities you won’t find anywhere else in Cambridge. Here’s a look at what you’ll find at the Out of the Blue Too Art Gallery and six more stores.
“It’s a Wonderful Life” at The Brattle; free “Everyone Loves Latkes” Party; The Uncle Petey comedy Christmas special; Vintage Pop-Up Holiday Market; and the free Harvard Film Archive vintage holiday show.
Three holiday shopping events; The Christmas Revels; multi-band shows at The Democracy Center and Middle East; Eat Your Heart Out charity food and music event; and “It’s a Wonderful Life” live radio play.
A change in structure and name symbolizes that the “Office of Special Education” now seeks to support all student needs, but officials want more students to actually be part of the program.
Four big holiday shopping markets; Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood”; Teddy Bears on Display Party with Santa and carols; Festivus of Comedy 2014; and the “Griffelkin” opera.
Three big holiday shopping markets; Indies First Day with local authors; Charles Hotel tree lighting; Old School Game Show’s Headbanger’s Balls to the Wall Free-For-All; Progressive string concert.
“Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead”; “The Trojan Women”; Kaiju Big Battel 20th Anniversary Bash; “10 Things I Hate About You”; and Radius Ensemble: Pluck.
Projects called BioGlass and SenseGlass can offer stress management tips in real time – and might aid in fitness, memory and as tools to help people relate to others.
Judy Garland celebrations; Grooversity drumming festival; Novemberfest brewery concert; “Legally Blonde: The Musical”; and pianist Sarah Cahill.
Maud Morgan Arts honoree Mitch Ryerson gives back to his hometown with artwork for a new generation of children to climb over, jump from and crawl around.