The 2017 Massachusetts Independent Film Festival; free “Hamlet” in the park; Storytime Live hangout with Curious George; ComedyCaziclysm nerd improv comedy adventure; and the Central Flea.
Dori Cameron at P.A.’s Lounge; Heather Mae at Atwood’s Tavern; Vista at Out of the Blue Art Gallery Too; The Wolff Sisters at The Lizard Lounge; Bobby Floyd and Lydia “LovelySinger” Harrell at Lilypad; and Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys at The Sinclair.
Poetry Heat Wave! The 2017 Boston Poetry Marathon; Thorpe Street Block Party; Ignite! A Global Street Food & Fire Festival; “Doctor Strange” screening; and Summer Sundays at the Harvard Semitic Museum.
The Districts at The Sinclair; Duke Levine Band at Atwood’s Tavern; Ghosts of Jupiter at The Lizard Lounge; Bryce Vine at Sonia; Restless Streets at the Out of the Blue Art Gallery Too; and Julian Velard at Club Passim.
Black Beach at ZuZu; The Blue Ribbons at Toad; Lyle Brewer at the Stubblebine Lutherie instrument shop; Slaughter Beach, Dog and Low Cut Connie at The Middle East Upstairs; and The Silks at Atwood’s Tavern.
Matthew Frantz at The Cantab Lounge; Football, etc. at The Middle East Upstairs; Newcomers Club at The Middle East Corner; Bad Bad Hats at Atwood’s Tavern; Jaymes Young at The Sinclair; and The Western Den at The Lizard Lounge.
Morningbird at The Plough & Stars; Black Tie Stereo at at The Middle East Corner; This Wild Life at at The Sinclair; Arum Rae at Club Passim; The Thurston Moore Group at The Sinclair; Conor Oberst at House of Blues; and Mamma’s Marmalade at Atwood’s Tavern.
Cambridge School Committee candidate Fran Cronin released the first of four white papers on her campaign priorities to a crowd gathered June 27 at Atwood’s Tavern, including current and former local and state politicians.
The city’s next free walk-in informational sessions on affordable rental and homeownership programs is from 6 to 8 p.m. July 13 at the Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers offices at […]
Protecting small businesses in Harvard Square and elsewhere, biking and transportation improvements, and looking out for Cambridge’s trees – they’ve been priorities Jan Devereux plans to keep if reelected to the City Council in November.