First Republic will be taking over the former American Apparel space at 47 Brattle St., empty since the end of March after the controversial clothing company suffered bankruptcies and shuttered stores nationwide.
The Lizard Lounge Open Mic Challenge; That One Eyed Kid at Thunder Road; Dylan McKinstry at Passim; Rocco DeRosa at The Plough & Stars; the Bill Charlap Trio at Regattabar; and Jarren Benton at Sonia.
Revered blues guitarist and singer-songwriter Joe Louis Walker comes to Regattabar on Friday, one of his first stops since returning to the United States from an international tour.
Most people commenting on an affordable housing proposal Monday seemed unaware there was a lot more to the idea than just negotiating a price with a divinity school leaving for New York City.
Cafe Algiers is at risk again, being pushed out by the building’s owner and another of his tenants: Michael Scelfo, the restaurateur behind the basement-space Alden & Harlow and the nearby Waypoint.
Morningbird at Thunder Road; Jason Anick & The Swingers at The Burren; Dan Mills at Passim; Dwight & Nicole at Atwood’s Tavern; Joe Louis Walker at Regattabar; and Anne Heaton at Passim.
“As You Like It!” performed by Youthquake Theatre; Dancing in the Streets; 10th Annual Make Music Harvard Square/Fete de la Musique; Cambridge Symphony Orchestra’s world premiere of “The Little Match Girl”; and Feminist Fiber Art Fairy Festival.
A decades-old conflict in the Middle East was marked Monday in Cambridge, as a Palestinian rights group gathered at City Hall for a rally and marched down Massachusetts Avenue to Harvard Square.
The Harvard Square Defense Fund is back – rebranded – with 1979 founder Gladys “Pebble” Gifford joining forces with younger generations active as the group Our Harvard Square.
The Dwarves at Thunder Road; Day Wave at The Sinclair; Kevin Ross at The Middle East Upstairs; Lyle Brewer and Anna Vogelzang at Passim; Tim Gearan Band at Atwood’s Tavern; and Ghost-Note at Regattabar.