Released in 1940, Charlie Chaplin’s “The Great Dictator” is a film often remembered by its final moments – and for good reason.
Usually evenings with The Baffler – the Cambridge-based journal of long-form thinkpieces – include readings or presentations based around the latest issue’s essays. This time, editor-in-chief John Summers just wants people to come by and join the conversation.
The survey industry is working overtime this week to prove that surveys are dumb, whether it’s “best food” in the school district or Cambridge being called a “best-dressed suburb.”
Well, so “The Interview” happened, and as a result of the big guys stepping out, 300 or so indie and small-chain theaters will now make all the money.
The city’s response to Freedom of Information Act filings is so bad that the City Council has taken action.
World AIDS Day has long been an annual tradition for Cambridge Community Television, with the station preempting regular programming on Channel 8 each Dec. 1 for a victims’ scroll and special shows.
Why is this combination minimart and purveyor of cheeseburgers, fries and frozen dairy treats aspiring to cure cancer?
The latest issue of journal The Baffler has an utterly conflicted release party coming Thursday to Inman Square: a celebration of chronic depression.
Boston reporter and thriller author Hank Phillippi Ryan is coming with the latest in her Jane Ryland and Jake Brogan series, and Kate Clark Flora is with her.
How do residents get their local news? What is the correlation between an interest in local news and civic engagement? Cambridge Community Television is asking through Sept. 30.