It’s no mistake that “Images of Grief and Healing” is co-curated by Emily Newmann, a therapist who facilitates grieving and art therapy groups, workshops and dinners in Newton, Brighton and Cambridge.
The city has opened a multi-use path at Flagstaff Park, next to and part of Cambridge Common on the Massachusetts Avenue side, that creates a protected, two-way bicycle and pedestrian connection along Massachusetts Avenue near Harvard Square.
The city has added two hours of metered parking between Harvard and Porter squares to aid turnover for businesses – but with potential to affect residents also – in a move telegraphed by similar steps in Kendall, Central and Harvard Squares.
Just as city councillors move for action on enacting beekeeping laws, Cambridge gets another example of what the insects mean to our culture: an exhibition of encaustic prints at Maud Morgan Arts’ Chandler Gallery.
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.
Women who rock (and the people who rock with those women) are having a big month, with the three-day Girls in the Garage festival coming and a 53-band compilation called Keep Safe Boston 2015 available for download now.
A singer/songwriter from Canada brings her songs and ballads to town Wednesday to make lovers of jazzy folk and pop swoon.
A singer from London and British-American ensemble exploring early, folk and classical idioms perform Tuesday for sophisticated folkies.
“Paris Under the Sea” at the Flying Zucchini Café is back Wednesday and Thursday, but you’d better have reservations.
Lesley University’s free daylong Culture Fest 2015 has authentic Native American wares for sale, Native American cuisine, a screening and discussion of the film “Winter in the Blood” and performances by Cheyenne and Plimoth Plantation Wampanoags.