Looney Tunes Review; “Searching for Signal” multimedia theater and “Rabbit” immersive theater; the 5.4 Million and Counting Stitch-In; and Mapapalooza!
Arts couple Sophia Cacciola and Michael J. Epstein are joining the exodus of creative talent out of Cambridge and Somerville, citing a lack of financial and governmental support for the arts.
“Switch” contemporary opera and “La Zombiata” comedy opera; the Love Sucks Oddity Market; 41st Boston Science Fiction Film Festival 24-hour Marathon; and Valentines Day burlesque lingerie Peep Show.
If you’re one of those romantics who find it necessary to venture out for a significant other during days there’s a forecast high of 19 degrees Fahrenheit and a low of -4 (this is not a joke), here are some suggestions on ways to pass the time between shivers.
The 10th annual Great Burlesque Exposition or Satanic Birthday Bacchanalia; free superhero storytelling for kids; 8th annual “Some Like it Hot” Chili Cook-off; JuggleMIT Circus Show; and National Choreography Month Boston final performances.
The Sketchbook art show opening reception and exhibit; National Choreography Month Boston “Shorts”; Super Hunger Brunch for charity; Loose Canon poetry fundraiser; and Heroes’ “Ashes to Ashes” David Bowie tribute night.
The second year of the Forward Fund microgrant program disbursing up to $80,000 for civic improvement projects was announced Monday by the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority.
Smut Slam; “Pulp Friction: A Quentin TaranTEASEno Burlesque”; the “Once in Valhalla 6” 10-course feast; “Point Break Live!”; and the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra Family Concert.
CRLS Dance/Works performance; “Bistany’s Mysteries” improv show; AcousticaElectronica circus rave; Rock-N-Romp for all with Freezepop and Let’s Wait; and the silent film “Woman in the Moon” with live music.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day arrives Monday with readings, songs and a talk from a former Department of Homeland Security official on racism, fear and threats of violence. But the focal point remains the MLK Day of Service, run by the group Many Helping Hands 365.