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Since the closing of Veggie Planet in August, Club Passim hasn’t had a chef. And since the abrupt closing of Garden at the Cellar in December, chef Brandon Arms hasn’t had a restaurant.
Rachel Bloom’s “Math of Comedy”; “Sleep of Reason” art performance; “The Mousetrap”; New England Philharmonic “Spring Awakening” concert; and “Non, je ne regrette rien” Edith Piaf celebration.
Bit Fest 2: Electric Boogaloo old-school arcade fest; Oscar-nominee “Birdman” for $4; Grown-Up Show and Tell; Taste Test Comedy and food; and the Enchantment Under the Sea Prom.
Kill Matilda’s last show on a six-month tour is the Cantab in Central Square, but band leader Dusty Exner has a bigger message than “Come see our show.” (Which is Feb. 27.)
The Agassiz Baldwin Afterschool program’s Hip Hop Festival returns Thursday for its 19th February vacation.
The two Cambridge groups are up against 22 competitors from around New England in this new show, which culminates in a May live taping.
The 20th Annual! Bugs Bunny Film Festival; Love the Art of Afro-Cuba!; “The Vagina Monologues”; silent film comedy with live music, variety show and cheese and beer tasting; and School of Honk’s Fat Sunday musical celebration.
As a bastion of classical music, Boston is enough to lure a Kuala Lumpur-born master cellist – but not so much of one that Alison Lim doesn’t need to be perpetually in motion to make a living and perform.
A snow- and stir-crazy art-rock darling Amanda Palmer has announced two “tiny secret” shows in Somerville at chef J.J. Gonson’s Cuisine en Locale, a half-block from Palmer’s first Somerville apartment.
JuggleMIT 2015 show and workshops; a Sweets for Your Sweetie dessert tasting; “The Day the Earth Stood Still” multimedia drama; SexyFunTime “kids party for adults only”; and Johnny Blazes turns Thirty-Wonderful! with soul and funk tunes.