- Arts + Culture
Porter Square is losing a Rosie’s Bakery and gaining Bagelsaurus and its handmade bagels, which have been called the best in Boston.
Artbeat 2014 art and music festival; Bent Knee and Strange Changes; Storytelling, Jazz and Poems; Jay Gatsby’s Summer Ball; and Mercury Orchestra performing Mahler’s “Resurrection.”
The city is getting another business name sure to raise a smile: Pho Kup, meant to replace Tamarind House near Porter Square.
The Kesher Center for Jewish Learning and Culture got a six-figure grant from an anonymous foundation donor this month, officials said.
Finding enough noodles already in Harvard Square, a proposed Noodle Project restaurant has switched to a format honoring the business it replaces: Leo’s Place Diner.
It’s understandable why this card remained on racks that had been fairly well picked over last week at Porter Square Books.
Lesley University is rebranding! It has a new logo and advertising campaign and an exciting new reputation for paying slave wages.
Cambridge sees its share of art that plays with science, and now Lesley University’s VanDernoot Gallery shows it’s sci-curious with the “Catenaria” exhibition by artist Doug Bosch.
These are the final two days to visit “Another World” – a free exhibit of artist Violet Byrd’s painstaking, surreal approach to “drawing with scissors.”
Now in Somerville after 37 years in Cambridge, the school is preparing for a March grand opening and, as of Feb. 17, launching classes with Rozann Kraus, founder of The Dance Complex.