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The 37th Annual Sci-Fi Marathon; “Weed & Chanel: Confessions from a Marilyn Impersonator”; Glovebox Short Film & Animation Festival; Cambridge Symphony Orchestra’s Family Concert; and “Geotagging Cambridge: Street Photography in the Digital Age.”
Contributors about subcultures ranging from academia to cosplayers, punks and ravers will read and talk about their work at this free event.
The sudden closing of an Allston art gallery is bringing a refugee exhibit to Central Square’s Out of the Blue Too, as well as hope for a new location and pop-up spots to host shows in the meantime.
A refreshed “Howard the Duck” comic book debuts March 4 with Somerville artist Joe Quinones as co-creator. He answered some questions about what readers can expect.
Plenty of great things happened in 2014. It was the year the Cambridge doubled down on art, won a 24-hour restaurant for Central Square, showed citizen power and council follow-through, struck a blow for Steam and saw a healthier Health Alliance.
Central Square has holiday shopping opportunities you won’t find anywhere else in Cambridge. Here’s a look at what you’ll find at the Out of the Blue Too Art Gallery and six more stores.
Four big holiday shopping markets; Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood”; Teddy Bears on Display Party with Santa and carols; Festivus of Comedy 2014; and the “Griffelkin” opera.
Students from Cambridge Rindge & Latin School are now invited take part in a juried contest to design the poster for the Arlington International Film Festival.
Performance and installation artist Suzanne Lacy speaks at Lesley University on Thursday about the social issues have inspired her over the past three decades, including race, gender equity and the labor conditions of low-wage workers.
“Sailor Moon” geeks have two reasons to celebrate this week – a new story arc announcement and the second Sailor Moon Shoujo Spectacular.