- Arts + Culture
Saturday Easter egg hunts; an all ages dance-plus class; Science Carnival & Robot Zoo; a Harvard Square bluegrass festival; and a Bollywood Dance Night.
A step into politics by Russian violinist and conductor Vladimir Spivakov has drawn protests and a boycott for his stop at Harvard’s Sanders Theatre.
The Closed Kitchens walking tour; Empty Bowls benefit dinner; A Cappella Spring Benefit Jam; People’s Battle Stand-Up Tournament; and Painted Burro Guac Off.
The “Rain Dance” family opera; reading from “A Map of Everything”; tribute to Pete Seeger; theatrical look at reproductive rights; and symphony fundraiser.
Local alternative media are getting better, led by Spare Change News, the paper for and by the homeless that just got a stellar website redesign.
The Juilliard String Quartet or historic keyboards; Boston Underground Film Festival; “Eating My Garbage” one-man show; TEDxSomerville; or rock with Dead Rider and … And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead.
The start of a yearlong test of late-night T service starts Friday, giving partygoers and bar-hoppers longer-than-usual waits for trains with no entertainment.
Sci-fi convention; tour and film screening at the List; Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night”; Rock with The Grownup Noise and Food Will Win the War; or with The Darcys.
This may be Don Holland’s last chance to revive the legendary Central Square nightclub ManRay – or that last chance may already be gone. License commissioners will decide March 27.
The Death of Caesar gets Union Square festival; “12 Years a Slave” screens; live comedy sci-fi adventure; Puccini’s “Tosca”; and Slant of Light plays original folk.