- Arts + Culture
The Closed Kitchens walking tour; Empty Bowls benefit dinner; A Cappella Spring Benefit Jam; People’s Battle Stand-Up Tournament; and Painted Burro Guac Off.
Observations on Boston driving, local weather or how to end a job interview? These comics have you covered.
The Juilliard String Quartet or historic keyboards; Boston Underground Film Festival; “Eating My Garbage” one-man show; TEDxSomerville; or rock with Dead Rider and … And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead.
The death of Fred Phelps was a chance to meet hate with compassion – or if you’re a comedian, a chance to see what’s funny in the death of a crazy jerk.
Did you know the T will be doing a yearlong test of late-night weekend hours? You would – sort of – if you followed more comedians on Twitter.
In this series of stories within stories, the extended cast, historical context and layers of narrative are as ornate as the Grand Budapest itself.
The Death of Caesar gets Union Square festival; “12 Years a Slave” screens; live comedy sci-fi adventure; Puccini’s “Tosca”; and Slant of Light plays original folk.
Scientists with senses of humor are traveling this month with the 2014 Ig Nobel tour of Europe, including a book launch celebration for founder Marc Abrahams.
This past weekend saw the start of daylight saving time for the year as well as the return of some local Boston traditions.
An ImprovBoston standup comedy show will once again donate ticket sale proceeds to help people displaced by a Feb. 12 fire.