“Romeo vs. Juliet,” City Dance Party, Cambridge Symphony’s Pops on the Lawn, Sunday Parkland Games and Jamie Tworkowski reads from “If You Feel Too Much.”
It’s a little surprising Cambridge is represented once in the 2015 Miss Massachusetts Pageant, let alone three times. And to some, maybe more so that two are Harvard students and one an MIT graduate.
EurekaFest invention celebration and competition; free Lesley University author readings; Smash It Dead music festival; World Juggling Day; and the eighth annual Make Music Harvard Square / Fete de la Musique.
A night of psychedelic blues; the seventh Dance for World Community Festival; the fourth Somerville Squeezebox Slam; Sam Amidon and Maeve Gilchrist perform folk on the fringe; and a Bizarro Ball of burlesque and more.
Dozens if not hundreds of people with poor impulse control are taking pictures of an ad from a company that can’t use spell check!
Glitterotica 2: Revenge of The Glitter” burlesque, dance and drag with live music; Cambridge Arts River Festival and Peoples Sculpture Racing; New School of Music concerts; U.S. Air Guitar qualifier round; and The Very Best Malawian-Swedish pop band.
They were the guinea pigs, the pioneers. They experienced more of the school district restructuring than any other class. They also had the most to lose if the whole thing resulted in disaster. And now they’re graduating, after a class trip.
A four-band Musical Feast; “Point Break Live!”; Sap on Tap Waffle Brunch; Cambridge Community Chorus Spring Concert; and Patrick Watson with openers The Low Anthem.
“Becoming Undone” by Zoe Dance; “Alchemy: Old Metal = New Form” group art show; five-band, 18-plus rock show; Roman Polanski’s “Repulsion”; and Andrew Mayer comedy CD recording.
An Indian-born physician at Cambridge Health Alliance has organized an unusual partnership between local specialists and idealistic doctors 7,000 miles away with the same mission: care for poor and uninsured patients and improve community health.