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.
Standout street artist and surrealist Percy Fortini-Wright is curating “Black History Matters 365,” a seven-artist exhibit opening Thursday at a Lesley University gallery.
Will the former City Sports space in Porter Square become a speakeasy? The world’s biggest Popeyes fried chicken fast food restaurant? A Hot Topic that saves black lipstick aficionados the travel time to Braintree or Saugus?
Multi-unit apartment buildings continue to rise around Cambridge, all with the promise of helping keep real estate prices steady and invariably claiming to be transit friendly. How do the three latest examples of apartment buildings stack up?
Not every store can be open less than a month and yet have roots in the community dating back five decades, but The WoWtlet hasn’t replaced the final Hollywood Express video store near Porter Square so much as it has reclaimed it.
There’s plenty going on in events and even Halloween-style dining throughout Cambridge and Somerville from now through Oct. 31, ranging from free art and films to an $85 four-course holiday-themed tasting menu.
The six-location Anna’s Taqueria chain celebrates its 20th anniversary Tuesday – that is, its Anna-versary – with a fan appreciation day.