- Arts + Culture
Each year, thousands of Asian students make their home in Cambridge and need an occasional taste of their native cuisine. And Cambridge delivers.
A documentary about film critic Ebert challenges the viewer to take stock of what a life well-lived should look like and what it might be like to confront death.
Harvard Book Store warehouse sale; Games Forum’s play test party; improv painting and music Experience; Calamity #6 variety show; and Cambridge Symphony Pops on the Lawn.
A company is joining services such as Zipcar and Uber in competing with traditional transportation such as taxi and the T: Bridj.
The post-apocalyptic Outback here is the result of an economic meltdown 10 years down the road, and signs of moral order are just a mirage.
It’s a good thing East Cambridge’s empty Foundry building is big, as lines are hardening for so-called Steam and early childhood education uses.
The low-budget “Signal” starts out strong but starts to fade as references to other films pile up and the mood switches to mayhem.
Meetings to help shape a citywide development master plan are expected throughout next month, but did the city finish its last planning processes?
A marketplace made of cheap, repurposed shipping containers could be coming to Kendall Square for the next five or so years.
A film of stories by James Franco is about kids floating precariously from one situation to the next, but also about Hollywood’s next generation of actors and directors.