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Check out the Brickbottom & Joy Street Open Studios. Give your kids fun with Music That Paints a Picture. Experience avant-garde music and improvised dance. Tailgate at The Sinclair. And play Old School Game Show.
Take in the “Before …” films in a Brattle triple feature. Catch Mary Bichner’s beautiful music in a beautiful setting. Eat all the cookies you want and feel good about it. Launch the Harvest Hoedown tradition in Inman. And hear “Leaving Home: Music of World War II.”
It happened: Cambridge lost the Deborah Mason School of Dance – to just over the border in Somerville near Porter Square.
Our pop culture has been adopting Bollywood’s exuberant stylings for at least a decade, but next weekend Cantabrigians can see what we’ve been missing for the better part of a century.
Do you know where you’ll be buying your leather, latex, restraints and sex toys come November? No, really, do you? Because Hubba Hubba needs about 1,700 square feet as of Nov. 5.
The Boston Babydolls burlesque troupe is moving its annual “Wrathskellar” Halloween-themed show to Union Square’s Uniun arts complex, shifting to a new storyline combining striptease and carnival sideshow with an entire midway as a backdrop.
Shop the Harvard Book Store Warehouse Weekend. Celebrate Serbfest. See “Much Ado About Nothing” live or on film. Learn and laugh at the (relatively) lightning-fast Ig Informal Lectures. Or have a sophisticated night with “8 Femmes.”
Experience Sikh and Punjabi culture. Go Back 2 School with Geek Comedy Night. Dance with Faux Ox and three other bands. Party at the Cambridge Carnival International Festival and Parade. And see some bands come back for T.T. the Bear’s 40th.
London’s Lil Silva is scheduled for only five U.S. live dates, and tonight’s Middlesex Lounge Make It New event is the first on the mini-tour.
Enjoy some music to benefit MGH music therapy. Catch “Absurd Person Singular” before curtains close forever. See city councillor DJ Leland Cheung spin to defend Cambridge cred and help homeless kids. Shop the Rock and Roll Yard Sale. And hum along to history with Mary Lou Lord and Cindy Lee Berryhill.