Poetry Heat Wave! The 2017 Boston Poetry Marathon; Thorpe Street Block Party; Ignite! A Global Street Food & Fire Festival; “Doctor Strange” screening; and Summer Sundays at the Harvard Semitic Museum.
Glow Festival; free classical performances; “Radical: Cambridge and Somerville activism in the ’60s and today”; Feminist Fiber Art Exhibit; and the Fourth Annual Cambridge Jazz Festival.
The court reversed two convictions of Chicagoan John Biesiot because testimony merely associating him with two particular graffiti designs wasn’t enough to prove he was the one who sprayed images on MBTA train cars in 2008. A conviction to Alewife tags remains.
Somer-Vibe and Poets vs. Rappers events; “Murders and Scandals: Poe and Doyle” live radio play; “Blonde Side of the Moon” Pink Floyd burlesque tribute; “American Charlatan! The Musical”; and the Artbeat 2017 festival.
As Cambridge has become more expensive, people have moved away, replaced by residents who are not as involved with community, candidate Ronald Benjamin says. In addition, gentrification that makes minority and lower-income populations feel out of place.
Cambridge Dance Party; CONcentrate On The ARTistry II; Sacred Spaces dance; Summer BCMFest; and “In Triplicate” closing reception.
Dance-focused Festival of Us, You, We & Them; “Handmade Puppet Dreams” Short Films for Families; “Fiftyfour: For the Love of Disco” dance night; “Portrait for a Story” by Meagan O’Brien; and Artists From the Bean variety event with reception.
“As You Like It!” performed by Youthquake Theatre; Dancing in the Streets; 10th Annual Make Music Harvard Square/Fete de la Musique; Cambridge Symphony Orchestra’s world premiere of “The Little Match Girl”; and Feminist Fiber Art Fairy Festival.
The science of “Avatar”; Community Chorus’ “Eternal Light”; Pride Week entertainment; Cambridge Arts River Festival and sculpture race; “The Orbiting Human Circus” live podcast performance; and Eighth Annual Carnaval Somerstreets Festival.
Fresh Air @ARTFarm rock festival; “In No Time: A Garden Party” of MIT artists; Fresh Pond Day; An Afternoon with Granta Magazine’s Best of Young American Novelists; and two new, daring dance performances.