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The 37th Annual Sci-Fi Marathon; “Weed & Chanel: Confessions from a Marilyn Impersonator”; Glovebox Short Film & Animation Festival; Cambridge Symphony Orchestra’s Family Concert; and “Geotagging Cambridge: Street Photography in the Digital Age.”
While Kendall Square Cinema is inheriting an international film festival in October, the event remains part of Arlington’s town tourism efforts and culture and will keep the town’s name as well as connections there.
Director Clint Eastwood conjures up some hellish gun battles and tense door-to-door incursions, but we know there are things unsaid for him and questionable hero Chris Kyle.
Land rights and family plots lie at the film’s core, and there may be more breaks into sudden feverish sex than doobies fired up. “Inherent Vice” isn’t everyone’s kinda trip, but it is righteous fun for those who enjoy the high.
A refreshed “Howard the Duck” comic book debuts March 4 with Somerville artist Joe Quinones as co-creator. He answered some questions about what readers can expect.
Organizers of the Arlington International Film Festival have announced that the fifth annual event next October is moving to Kendall Square.
The “Polar Express” 4-D Experience; Jamie Mclaughlin’s “Sordid Tales” official EP release; “Fool Descending a Staircase”; Humor for Humanity with Jimmy Tingle; and an afternoon of Scrabble.
Plenty of great things happened in 2014. It was the year the Cambridge doubled down on art, won a 24-hour restaurant for Central Square, showed citizen power and council follow-through, struck a blow for Steam and saw a healthier Health Alliance.
Well, so “The Interview” happened, and as a result of the big guys stepping out, 300 or so indie and small-chain theaters will now make all the money.
Cheese Patrol radio music marathon; “Essential Bill Murray” films; Eve Ensler’s “O.P.C.”; Old School Game Show charity variety special; and Café Raqs bellydance and tribal dance.