At the core of J.J. Abrams’ brilliant rebranding, beyond the astute and well-measured use of high-powered special FX, is the inspired casting of Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto as the younger Kirk and Spock. The tale of this sequel is ambitious, crisp, filled with action and subplots – and yet possibly a bit too familiar.
Experience life within the bubble (literally). Ride “The Sense of Unity Healing Machine” (also literally). Honor slain MIT police officer Sean Collier with a ’60s-inspired benefit concert. Get your face painted by an actual, amazing artist. Help launch the Together Festival with music and video art.
“Iron Man 3” finds itself somewhat hampered by the mandate to feed back into a stream of other Marvel superhero flicks, but if you’re a fan of big special FX-fueled slugfests, you’ll be thrilled anyway.
A 3,000-pound, 144-year-old granite slab commemorating the first meeting house in Cambridge moves back home 7:30 a.m. Tuesday after being lost, buried in a far-away landfill, for 84 years.
It’s some 70 years in the future and Earth is a wasteland, barren and plucked clean by nukes. Pretty much the only thing there is Tom Cruise – a Cruise you’ll remember from nearly all his other movies, in a world made up of those you’ve seen before.
Cambridge gets its third Panera Bread on Friday with the opening of an Alewife location – the latest upscale fast-food chain to stake a claim for Cantabrigians no matter where they go.
Red line T service will be shut down between the Alewife and Harvard Square stations on four upcoming weekends, during the weekends of Nov. 17-18, Nov. 24-25, Dec. 1-2 and Dec. 8-9.
Some suffixes just go well with everything, and now every scandal is in danger of becoming a “gate” since Watergate — which doesn’t even make sense, since Watergate was just the name of a hotel — and every event is liable to become a fest (if not a full-fledged festival). But don’t think this is [...]
The 17th Annual Danehy Park Family Day is set for Saturday, with shuttle buses ready to accommodate some of the thousands of attendees from around the city.
With all four area projects coming to Alewife considered, we’re looking about 1 million square feet in development, bringing more than 1,900 residents making a daily 5,000 car trips and 2,620 bus and T trips.