- Arts + Culture
Family-friendly rock; open studios; Bookish Ball and Shakespeare’s Birthday Celebration; Blake Brasher’s Art Party; and Ari & Mia at Passim.
Clover Food Lab is hosting CSA signups Thursday, putting together locals who want to join a farmshare and reps from six Massachusetts farms.
The city’s first freestanding urgent care clinic is scheduled to open April 24 — directly across the street from a primary care practice of Cambridge Health Alliance.
Cambridge Health Alliance is trying to bring make processes easier for patients after disappointing volume figures that fall short of performance goals.
Music and dance at Passim’s BCMFest. The Lilypad yard sale. The play “Insignificance.” The “Audio/Visual” art opening. And the “Hadron Gospel Hour” comedy adventure show.
A new kids’ musical, “The Light Princess.” Uncle Petey’s Christmas Comedy Spectacular! “The Wicker Man Resurrected.” “Considerable Disadvantage: The Quiz Show for Assholes.” And a Brendan Burns Quartet.
Face the fact that the end-of-the-year holiday season is here. Hear great singer/songwriter folk. See “Raiders” on the big screen again. Help comedian Jimmy Tingle help the Homeless Empowerment Project. And embark on a Sailor Moon Shoujo Spectacular!
Check out the Brickbottom & Joy Street Open Studios. Give your kids fun with Music That Paints a Picture. Experience avant-garde music and improvised dance. Tailgate at The Sinclair. And play Old School Game Show.
After nearly two dozen armed robberies that have him wanted by police in five cities, a man found a little more resistance than expected from a convenience store clerk Monday on Cambridge Street in Cambridge.
Take in the “Before …” films in a Brattle triple feature. Catch Mary Bichner’s beautiful music in a beautiful setting. Eat all the cookies you want and feel good about it. Launch the Harvest Hoedown tradition in Inman. And hear “Leaving Home: Music of World War II.”