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The Agassiz Baldwin Afterschool program’s Hip Hop Festival returns Thursday for its 19th February vacation.
A talk with author Andrea Davis Pinkney – such as tonight’s – is likely to be as inspiring a literary time as one could imagine.
A new bus stop stretches across more than 60 percent of the sidewalk, is an eyesore and seems little used. Here’s why it’s here to stay.
Two Fathers Day activities; two community play events; “The Lego Movie” for free; Arts Against Aggression Street Festival; new theatrical music series; “Musical Chairs” dance movie; Youth Symphony Orchestra.
Young performers take to the stage in synchronized struts, controlled slides and dizzying, gravity-defying flips Thursday at the 18th annual Agassiz Baldwin Hip-Hop Festival.
These are the final two days to visit “Another World” – a free exhibit of artist Violet Byrd’s painstaking, surreal approach to “drawing with scissors.”
Lesley University’s summer series of free readings and presentations starts tonight at 7:15 with the screening of a film written by Barry Brodsky and a reading by Sara Zarr, who specializes in writing for young people. It runs through June 28.
Have a Play Day. Get in some early summer Irish-themed Midsummer Night Revels. Squeeze in some accordion anarchy at the Squeeze Box Slam. Play even more at the Sunday Parkland Games. And Enjoy belly dance while helping empower women in Uganda.
Start your winter farmers market shopping. Turn yourself or your kid into an action movie star. Take in some art – well, a hell of a lot of art – free. Get your fill of singer-songwriters. Or fulfill your Cambridge destiny with a fiction and poetry reading.
A little over halfway through voting hours Tuesday, a full 60 percent of active voters in Cambridge had already been to their polling places, an elections official said.