Friday After Thanksgiving (F.A.T.) Chain Reaction Event; “Arabian Nights”; Charles Hotel tree lighting; Post-Thanksgiving Throwdown rock show; and Scharpling & Wurster live.
The full-body virtual reality experience called “Birdly” is coming to Kendall Square’s Le Laboratoire Cambridge for three days next month – probably not long enough to satisfy all those who’ve wanted to soar over a city, held aloft by nothing but their own wings.
Harold Pinter and Samuel Beckett double bill of one-act plays; “Who Would Be King” original theater experience; Chorus pro Musica’s “With Strings Attached” concert; Third Annual Inman Square Harvest Hoedown; and Girls Day @ the MIT Museum.
The city’s Community Development Department is accepting applications to its 2015-16 Entrepreneurship Assistance Program.
Approximately 100 self-proclaimed nerds-turned-activists marched across the Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus last week to call on President L. Rafael Reif and the MIT Corp. to divest its endowment from fossil fuels.
Tenth annual Honk! Festival of Activist Street Bands; Loop 2.4.3’s “Time-Machine_music” record release show; Space Park! Pop-Up Solar System Playground; Harvard Square’s 37th Annual Oktoberfest; and the This Is East Festival.
Inspired by 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed – arrested after bringing a homemade clock to his Texas school, resulting in invitations to the White House and MIT – the Cambridge Public Library invites kids ages 10 to 18 to a workshop and learn to build their own clocks.
Typically in survival films we are shown the worst of humanity, but “The Martian” is an unabashed crowdpleaser based on great source material and gifted with one of the most dynamic casts of the year.
The “Science Is Fun Day” coming Tuesday to Benjamin Banneker Charter Public School, hosted by DuPont and NASA and featuring a surprise guest, didn’t just happen – it’s part of the grand prize won by kindergarten students as part of the annual Dupont Challenge.
The 25th annual Ig Noble Prize ceremonies hit the notes followers have come to expect over years of honoring true but funny scientific achievements, including showing off some legitimately intriguing findings.