- Arts + Culture
Phillip Seymour Hoffman left us far too early, but “A Most Wanted Man” is a fitting farewell – maybe not top-shelf John le Carré, but Hoffman at his finest.
The city is holding a competition to help craft five acres of new or redesigned open space planned for Kendall Square and East Cambridge.
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?