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The Middle East’s Corner doesn’t always get bands who share stages with The Black Keys, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, Gin Blossoms, Gov’t Mule and Robert Plant, but there’s a good reason Jocelyn Arndt is the exception: She’s a local. In fact, for Thursday’s show, she’ll just have to travel a single T stop from her room at Harvard.
Comic & Graphic Novel Workshop and teen playwright talk; Pi Day celebration with music; an evening of surf art, films and music; MIT Symphony Orchestra does Mahler; and Intersections dance show.
It would be terrible to lose the most concrete improvement in mass transit service in years: real late-night weekend service.
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.”
A refreshed “Howard the Duck” comic book debuts March 4 with Somerville artist Joe Quinones as co-creator. He answered some questions about what readers can expect.
Mary Magdalene, Eve, Isis, the Queen of Sheba, Ishtar, Delilah, Joan of Arc and more are all explored in this multimedia project.
It’s too late to be the first to love The Avett Brothers. Your new darling plays Tuesday at Atwood’s Tavern, and its name is Buffalo Stack.
It’s hurts to contemplate, but maybe leaving is the smartest thing a Boston comedian can do. These incredibly smart comedians did. (But they’re back for a show.)
The city’s Food and Fitness Policy Council calls restricting large-size sugary drinks and sodas “not appropriate for Cambridge at this time.”
The Tuesday lineup at T.T. the Bear’s Place is pretty much psychedelic noise nirvana.