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Nice shot: Hungrybear9562 wasn’t here Friday, missed another double rainbow

Nice shot: Hungrybear9562 wasn’t here Friday, missed another double rainbow

Oh my gosh. It’s a double rainbow. I cannot believe it. It’s a freakin’ double rainbow.

Five things to do this weekend: May 31-June 1

Five things to do this weekend: May 31-June 1

Dancing in the Streets; gender-swapped “Trouble With Tribbles”; Secret Gardens of Cambridge Tour; Dinner, Art + Music event; and National Writers’ Union reading.

Five things to do this weekend: May 24-25

Five things to do this weekend: May 24-25

The Science of Soccer; Mobilia Gallery exhibitions; air guitar contest qualifier round; modern dance benefit; and a Freedom Cypher hip-hop gathering.

Six things to do this weekend: May 17-18

Six things to do this weekend: May 17-18

Porchfest; St. Stanislaus Day polka party; The 60×60 2010 UnTwelve Mix; Cambridge Community Chorus show; Dancing in the Streets; and the Cambridge Music Consortium grand opening.

Nice shot: Ad hints more English majors should be ‘couseled’ to work at Suffolk

Nice shot: Ad hints more English majors should be ‘couseled’ to work at Suffolk

A sharp-eyed reader of this site and rider of the T spotted something disappointing about this ad for Suffolk University’s graduate level programs.

Nice shot: Check out this strangely passive-aggressive Mothers Day card

Nice shot: Check out this strangely passive-aggressive Mothers Day card

It’s understandable why this card remained on racks that had been fairly well picked over last week at Porter Square Books.

Five things to do this weekend: May 10-11

Five things to do this weekend: May 10-11

Family art workshop, Playwrights in Performance at MIT, Todd Barry does crowd work comedy, Amy Kucharik plays Sally O’s, So Brown and Ali McGuirk play Atwoods.

Six things to do this weekend: May 3-4

Six things to do this weekend: May 3-4

Make games at MIT’s Cardboard Jam; Somerville Open Studios; the OnStage Arts Marathon; Brattle Theatre Tag Sale; MayFair; and the WEMF Street Team Pizza Party.

Did a harsh winter help by killing off rats?

Did a harsh winter help by killing off rats?

The bitter cold of this winter and the Polar Vortex is expected to be a memory by this morning, but don’t expect that to mean an end to the rats that have been infesting the city.

Eight holidays grown by geeks, nerds, wonks and the counterculture since 1970

Eight holidays grown by geeks, nerds, wonks and the counterculture since 1970

Sure, our calendars are filled with increasingly commodified holidays, but it’s also filling up with new days of nationwide significance.