- Arts + Culture
A bookmaking workshop, Kiniwe African concert, peek into Pakistani culture, “Brundibar & But the Giraffe!” family opera and Rough Cut video social.
“300: Rise of an Empire” is pretty much “300” right down to a new anachronistic war song, despite a change in director and even more CGI muscles.
This film literally watches paint dry, but it’s deft and thorough in showing what can happen when art meets science – twice.
Seeing this film poster around town, you may feel compelled to run, not walk, to someplace not showing this film.
The 19th Annual! Bugs Bunny Film Festival. “Who’s sorry now? Songs of love, regret and revenge.” Live Lovecraft radio play. The avant-garde music of Alvin Lucier. And “Celebrating Ella.”
Plenty of restaurants and other businesses break out a special menu or sale to take advantage of Valentines Day. What’s gathered here are some less obvious options.
This animated flick throws a lot of pieces at the audience – including a little Lego Batman voiced by Will Arnett – but it’s mainly sharp, smart and clicks along snappily.
A good meal can solve a lot of things. Leftovers like in Jason Reitman’s uneven romantic hash, with a convict on the run who can really cook, not so much.
Center for Families Winter Family Fun Day. A scavenger hunt in Union Square. A science fiction film marathon. The Somerville Theatre Festival. And the CSO’s annual family concert: “Casey at the Bat.”
After gathering a cast of 10 for a rushed shoot of the intricate script of the horror film “Ten,” Sophia Cacciola and Michael J. Epstein have pared things down for their sci-fi second film, “Magnetic.”