“House of Irreverence” comedy party; Outdoor movie night in Harvard Square and indoors marathon at MIT; Halloween parties and events; The Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo; and “He Is Dead” staged reading and “Tomes of Terror” radio play.
All-Female Reading of “Night of the Living Dead”; “Tiny & Short: A Drop in the Bucket” dance; Halloween Party & Costume Contest; Found Footage Festival; and Halal-oween fundraiser with The Kominas and Hot Molasses.
The &pizza chain may have won the yearlong regulatory war for a space in Harvard Square, but neighborhood group resistance hasn’t gone away. Now it’s a short video ad and a couple of marketing tactics shown in it that has a few people agitated.
Jeffrey Eugenides reads from “Fresh Complaint”; The Future Arts Festival; Strindberg’s “The Ghost Sonata”; Honk! Festival of Activist Street Bands; and 39th Annual Oktoberfest.
The Harvard Square kiosk was unanimously referred for landmark status by the Cambridge Historical Commission on Thursday, which could help protect its look and architectural details as it becomes part of a $4.6 million revamp of the square’s central plaza.
The Harvard Square Neighborhood Association is right to fear what is coming to Harvard Square, including architectural changes that may increasingly taint the charm of the tourist-friendly spot. And the city made a misstep that has complicated the conversation.
The iconic Harvard Square kiosk goes before the Cambridge Historical Commission tonight for consideration as an official landmark. Commission executive director Charlie Sullivan answers some questions and concerns in preparation for the meeting.
Does Harvard Square need more pizza? After nearly a year of permitting process and a dozen public meetings, the Board of Zoning Appeal said that it did, granting approval for an &pizza and attached bakery and drink shop.
Some details are coming into focus that make it clear the advantages Michael Scelfo will have by taking over the space of the ousted Cafe Algiers, rather than filling already empty restaurant space in the surrounding Harvard Square.
A band climbing out of a van to headline The Sinclair? There’s little special about that – except that when Wire does it this month, it’ll mark 40 years since the band got its start.