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A crowdfunding campaign can help keep Cambridge a center for musical creativity by turning the entire first floor of Harvard Square’s Democracy Center into a House of Hip-Hop for one night a month.
It’s Friday and you have nothing to do? Don’t worry. Here are two events that would welcome your procrastinating self:
Three holiday shopping events; The Christmas Revels; multi-band shows at The Democracy Center and Middle East; Eat Your Heart Out charity food and music event; and “It’s a Wonderful Life” live radio play.
Four big holiday shopping markets; Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood”; Teddy Bears on Display Party with Santa and carols; Festivus of Comedy 2014; and the “Griffelkin” opera.
The Allston band with a sublimely heavy, prog-rock sound – part of Boston’s growing progressive scene – leads off a five-band night in Central Square.
Lee Phenner, with the help of many friends, is reimagining the 2009 tale of Harvard’s professor Gates, a Cambridge police sergeant and President Barack Obama.
Three big holiday shopping markets; Indies First Day with local authors; Charles Hotel tree lighting; Old School Game Show’s Headbanger’s Balls to the Wall Free-For-All; Progressive string concert.
If Black Friday is going to be a tradition, chanteuse Niki Luparelli has a way to make it cool: Make it about the coolest person ever, David Bowie.
“Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead”; “The Trojan Women”; Kaiju Big Battel 20th Anniversary Bash; “10 Things I Hate About You”; and Radius Ensemble: Pluck.
Americana artist and Berklee professor of songwriting Susan Cattaneo brings her critically acclaimed “Haunted Heart” performances back to Cambridge on Tuesday.