The Massasoit Elks Lodge near Central Square has filed a lawsuit to block the 195-foot Mass+Main tower planned to go up next to Jill Brown-Rhone Park.
Free “For the Love of Ireland” celebration; free “On Record: Music by Bach and Brahms”; “Hypnotic Manipulation” dance show; Spring Equinox Pagan Witch Ritual & Variety Show; and an Activist Art Pop-Up Market.
State Rep. Jay Livingstone, a Democrat in the 8th Suffolk District, visits Cambridge constituents from 9:15 to 10 a.m. March 24.
What can you expect in and from Central Square’s Target store opening Sunday? Here’s a look at what it could mean for your shopping and a sense of the impact it could have citywide.
Art and politics mingle Tuesday at “Love Will Win,” with state Rep. Mike Connolly leading a conversation on how to build progressive policy and more effective citizen advocates, along with entertainment from dancers and musicians performing rock and hip-hop.
Free document shredding will be offered from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. March 11 in front of City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Ave., Central Square.
“Signs of Protest: Posters, Photos, and Art from the Women’s March”; Ava DuVernay’s “13th”; David Bowie’s Complete “Blackstar” for orchestra; “Dissident” political theater; Fluff Centennial Birthday Party; Maple Syrup Boil Down Festival; and a seven-band mini-fest.
Even as zoning changes to Central Square were enacted Monday, they began flexing to leap down Massachusetts Avenue to Harvard Square and potentially elsewhere in the city – namely a provision that could encourage adding rooftop decks to buildings.
Central Square’s new club, Sonia, will open March 31 with performances by Boston rock bands Doomlover, CreatuoS, Aüva and Bad Boys Club, the owners announced at a Tuesday afternoon unveiling.
A changing of the guard in the local music biz will be held March 5 at Pagu, with legendary jazz booking agent Fred Taylor on hand, as well as a sentimental farewell to the Western Front reggae club.