“House of Irreverence” comedy party; Outdoor movie night in Harvard Square and indoors marathon at MIT; Halloween parties and events; The Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo; and “He Is Dead” staged reading and “Tomes of Terror” radio play.
The Out of the Blue Art Gallery, home of all-ages rock shows, literary events, women’s wrestling and of course plenty of local artists and craftspeople, must move Dec. 1. To help it make the transition, the venue is hosting a party, feast and silent auction.
Jeffrey Eugenides reads from “Fresh Complaint”; The Future Arts Festival; Strindberg’s “The Ghost Sonata”; Honk! Festival of Activist Street Bands; and 39th Annual Oktoberfest.
Arts and culture is a $175 million industry in Cambridge, supporting the equivalent of 6,129 full-time jobs annually, according to a report released over the summer, but it’s not clear how much of this economic activity has slipped away or is at risk in a changing city.
Fuzzstival 2017, “ Heterotopia” Rock Opera Concert & Art Book Release; West Cambridge Fall Fest; “Smoke This” Rib Fest; and the third annual Evolution of Hip-Hop festival.
PARKing Day; Danehy Park Family Day; EMFest, Your Friends Fest 2017 and the Black Market; Cambridge Discovery Day; and the 14th Annual Revels RiverSing.
A $6.9 million gift from an anonymous donor to Lesley University will be used to expand its College of Art and Design’s curriculum in animation, digital filmmaking, illustration and graphic design.
Annual Italian Feast of Saints Cosmas and Damian, Somerville Greek and Trinity Family festivals; Boston Comedy Arts Fest; Starlabfest VIII Music & Arts Festival; “TV Guidance Counselor” 250th Episode Saturday Sleepover Spectacular; and Cambridge Carnival.
The 2017 Massachusetts Independent Film Festival; free “Hamlet” in the park; Storytime Live hangout with Curious George; ComedyCaziclysm nerd improv comedy adventure; and the Central Flea.
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.