CIC Arts Presents Pop-Up Music; Cambridge Community Comic Arts Fair; Moving Day at MIT on Saturday, including the Crossing the Charles Parade and Competition; Mobius@Green Street: An Evening of Collaborations; and Keytar Bear & Abby Taylor Day.
Somerville Open Studios and public art at MIT; the MASSDestruction Robot Competition; Taza Chocolates’ Cinco de Mayo Block Party or Harvard Pow Wow; Black Market art/flea/record/artisan market or Club Passim Benefit CD and Vinyl Sale; and 33rd Annual Mayfair.
The past five years have seen Harvard’s A.R.T. do a reliable business sending plays from Cambridge to Broadway, but that may not be the case for the upcoming season.
Atwood’s Tavern celebrates its 10th anniversary with a weeklong series of concerts beginning Monday. Since opening, the cozy East Cambridge venue has been a home for some of the best local bands and artists, with top-notch talent performing nightly.
Rock ’n’ Roll Rumble Finals; “Love & Gravity” acrobatic storytelling; Community Sculpture Race and Exhibition; Ninth Annual Bookish Ball and Shakespeare’s Birthday Celebration; and the “Dimensions of Doctor Who” science event.
On its third full-length album, dark rock band Jaggery has honed its ability to unsettle to a razor-sharp edge. Leader Mali Sastri has somehow become even more ferocious, leading with an ululating “War Cry” through a garden of complicated lyricism.
Record Hospital Fest 2016; Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure”; “The Muppet Movie” Singalong; Tchaikovsky, Webern and Bartók with the Parker Quartet; and The Court Stenographers of Comedy Present!
It wasn’t enough for Lainey Schooltree to be on the front lines of the prog rock revival that has rolled over the region, leaving it bloodied but grateful – she also felt the need to singlehandedly revive the truly trippy prog-rock opera concept album.
Peter Wolf’s new album, “A Cure For Loneliness,” begins with a few lonely piano chords – ironic accompaniment for an accomplished album that starts with the sentiment, “I don’t intend to fade away / Or let the world run over me.”
The final broadcast of “Rockin’ At Night” with Peter Sheinfeld is tonight, serving up the last dose of “obscure oldies, doo-wop, novelty, rockabilly, jump blues and obscure rock” from the music expert, taxi owner and election commissioner who died Monday.