“Switch” contemporary opera and “La Zombiata” comedy opera; the Love Sucks Oddity Market; 41st Boston Science Fiction Film Festival 24-hour Marathon; and Valentines Day burlesque lingerie Peep Show.
The 10th annual Great Burlesque Exposition or Satanic Birthday Bacchanalia; free superhero storytelling for kids; 8th annual “Some Like it Hot” Chili Cook-off; JuggleMIT Circus Show; and National Choreography Month Boston final performances.
The Sketchbook art show opening reception and exhibit; National Choreography Month Boston “Shorts”; Super Hunger Brunch for charity; Loose Canon poetry fundraiser; and Heroes’ “Ashes to Ashes” David Bowie tribute night.
Smut Slam; “Pulp Friction: A Quentin TaranTEASEno Burlesque”; the “Once in Valhalla 6” 10-course feast; “Point Break Live!”; and the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra Family Concert.
CRLS Dance/Works performance; “Bistany’s Mysteries” improv show; AcousticaElectronica circus rave; Rock-N-Romp for all with Freezepop and Let’s Wait; and the silent film “Woman in the Moon” with live music.
The Central Square restaurant Moksa and its nightclub, Naga, are rebranding as Monroe, with a soft opening at 7 p.m. Thursday and a grand opening the next day – at 5 p.m. for the restaurant and 7 p.m. for the nightclub.
Two-day BCMFest of Irish, Scottish, Cape Breton and other Celtic music; Royally Talented 2 talent show; Boston Chili Takedown; Boston 2016 No Pants Subway Ride; and Town Hall variety show with comedy and politics.
You & Us & We & Them dance festival; Brickbottom Open Studios; Brazilian Street Food Pop-Up; Studio 263: Art Auction/Dance Party; and Cocktail Wars bartender competition.
“Imaging & Reimagining” art and entertainment; “Footloose! The Musical” at CRLS; Freezepop EP release show; Growing Up and Growing In dance party; and “Mahler’s Symphony No. 5” by the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra.
Boston Ballet asked to fly 23 “Cherish the Moment” banners for its “Nutcracker” production along Massachusetts Avenue in Harvard Square, but city councillors hardly cherished the idea – not when Cambridge has its own “Nutcracker” dance company.