Professor Charles Xavier and a beaten-down Wolverine find themselves back together in a dystopian futurescape a little too much like today, and without a cavalcade of other mutants and two-dimensional bad guys to weigh them down.
Bugs Bunny Film Festival; The Hasty Pudding Theatricals free performance; a Youth Underground theater; bad date storytelling; Karen Jerzyk photography reception; Lizard Lounge Poetry Jam 20th Anniversary Celebration; and 24-hour sci-fi film marathon.
The 89th Annual Academy Awards ceremony is Feb. 26, with Jimmy Kimmel hosting, but the Boston Society of Film Critics beats it with a Feb. 19 event filled with special guests, music and screenings at The Brattle Theatre in Harvard Square – benefiting the ACLU.
The bfresh grocery store that’s leasing space in a long-empty building in the heart of Davis Square is tentatively scheduled to open Feb. 24, and its success could mean an expansion of the concept throughout the region, company officials said.
Winter Solstice Pagan Witch Ritual, Variety Show & Fire Benefit or a Standing Rock Benefit Show; Shit-faced Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”; Jewmongous performs; Christmas Eve tango; and a Humanist Hub Community Potluck & Free Book Day.
A fundraiser will be held from 5 to 11 p.m. Nov. 29 at The Flatbread Co. at 45 Day St., Davis Square, Somerville, with a portion of pizza sales (eat-in and takeout) being donated to the nonprofit Friends of Peabody School.
“To Boldly Go: Symphony Meets Space”; Coach Fest; International Games Day; the “Voices Against Injustice” poetry reading; a ton of art in Somerville; your choice of free classical or jazz concerts; and much more.
“Out of the Woods: Fairy Tales Re-imagined” exhibit and opening reception; Opera Bites; The Channels, TRIM and Jroy Divorbison; “What Now?: A Response Event”; and Brew Haha comedy.
War drama “Hacksaw Ridge” will satisfy Andrew Garfield fans, Mel Gibson supporters or war movie connoisseurs but little more, as a conflicted Gibson, returning to directing, paints a picture of nonviolence in gleeful slow-motion sequences of violence and bloodiness.
Hindie Rock Fest 2016; Boston Terror ’Thon; “U R [star]” mini series performances; “Broad Appeal” comedy; and Festival of Dumplings and Comicazi Cookie Clash.