Clean Comedy Showcase; “Space Pirates” children’s play; Salsa Sampling and Latin Beats Dance Party; Kids Fun & Great Jazz; and the Haiti & Brazil hit the ’Ville Festival.
Yard sales proliferate in warm weather, but Sunday’s stands out: It is essentially a download from the mind of the art director of Okay Mag and her friends, teen girls with a group aesthetic that’s vintage, kitschy, artsy and riotously colorful.
The summer season at Magazine Beach Park kicks off Tuesday with Make Music Boston, a free three-hour music festival.
In an attempt to garner broad input in the search for a new city manager, 19 public focus groups have been scheduled for the eight days starting Thursday.
Off-Mic at Gallery 263; Porchfest music and comedy; “With A New Song’s Measure” staged reading; Second Annual Central Square Steam Family Disco; and Waltz Day dance event.
What seemed at first like an early Wednesday hit-and-run was actually far more: the dragging of a man behind a car after a fight in Central Square.
Friends of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School is partnering with four local Whole Foods Market stores to raise funds for the city’s only public high school.
A special state primary will be held April 12 for the office of state senator for Massachusetts’ First Suffolk & Middlesex Senate District, filling the vacancy caused by the resignation of state Sen. Anthony Petruccelli.
The Vericon science fiction convention; “NOT ART (captured)” exhibition reception; Cirque Us! benefit show; grand reopening of The Museum of Modern Renaissance; and Cambridge Symphony Orchestra presentation of “The Russian Masters.”
Cambridge’s Magazine Beach Park is featured in an exhibit opening Monday at the State House, as well as in a panel discussion there on “Effective Partnerships between Government and Community Groups.”