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.
A public forum on “Empowering Older Adults – Scams, Healthy Relationships and Personal Well-Being” will include a mini resource fair and a performance by True Story Theater to increase awareness about elder abuse.
The momentum of turning Vail Court into affordable housing continued Monday with the allocation of $750,000 to tear down the two boarded-up, rat-infested buildings and transfer of property to the Cambridge Affordable Housing Trust for development.
A decades-old conflict in the Middle East was marked Monday in Cambridge, as a Palestinian rights group gathered at City Hall for a rally and marched down Massachusetts Avenue to Harvard Square.
The Dwarves at Thunder Road; Day Wave at The Sinclair; Kevin Ross at The Middle East Upstairs; Lyle Brewer and Anna Vogelzang at Passim; Tim Gearan Band at Atwood’s Tavern; and Ghost-Note at Regattabar.
The city’s third annual gun buyback gives residents a chance to dispose of unwanted firearms with “no questions asked and no ID required.” More than 75 firearms were turned at buybacks over the past couple of years.
Nacho Picasso at Sonia; Kemp Harris at Passim; The Ross Livermore Band at Thunder Road; The Van Burens at The Middle East; and Mary Timony Plays Helium at The Sinclair.
The final Cambridgeport Neighborhood Association meeting until September is planned for 7 to 9 p.m. June 8.
The free annual Cambridge Dance Party that started with only 500 attendees in 1996 will likely have more than 30,000 this year, when it takes its place in front of City Hall for four hours on the final Friday in June.
Camberville personality Roger Nicholson spots an of-the-moment political zinger at the 1369 Coffee House in Central Square.