Clean Comedy Showcase; “Space Pirates” children’s play; Salsa Sampling and Latin Beats Dance Party; Kids Fun & Great Jazz; and the Haiti & Brazil hit the ’Ville Festival.
State Senate candidate and Cambridge city councillor Leland Cheung has received endorsements from unions representing workers in the Second Middlesex District.
Quilt and Widowspeak with opener Doug Tuttle; The Festival of Us & You & We & Them; Summer Readings (and screenings and writing); Dan Boulger comedy album release show; and the Cambridge Symphony’s Pops on the Lawn.
Fresh on the heels of opening the first section of the Grand Junction Path in Kendall Square for bicyclists, walkers, joggers and inline skaters, the city is putting money down in North Cambridge for land intended to be another crucial section of path.
A largely easygoing, policy-focused forum between incumbent Pat Jehlen and the challenger for her state Senate seat, Leland Cheung, became a spirited debate when the issue of charter schools was raised – bringing the only direct back-and-forth of the event.
The candidates for the Second Middlesex Senate District – incumbent Pat Jehlen and challenger Leland Cheung, a Cambridge city councillor – plan to debate Wednesday in Porter Square.
Harvard College Film Festival; Out of the Blue Fools Fest; family dance with potluck; Rock ’n’ Roll Rumble Preliminaries Night 1; and “Town Hall” variety show.
In “Reading with the Senses,” an exhibit opening Thursday in Lesley University’s Roberts Gallery, 54 hybrids of the traditional book and visual art show how the printed word and bound page can be expanded to multiple dimensions.
The colorful mural at Massachusetts Avenue and Shepard Street depicting ethnically diverse students and nearby academic landmarks will be painted over early in March. The alfresco painting, done […]
Lesley University got a new president Wednesday: Jeff A. Weiss, a consultant in business and health care who vows to collaborate in resolving challenges facing the field of higher education.