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Saturday Easter egg hunts; an all ages dance-plus class; Science Carnival & Robot Zoo; a Harvard Square bluegrass festival; and a Bollywood Dance Night.
School Committee members were more unhappy about how workers were told of lost jobs than that the jobs themselves had to go.
Scientists with senses of humor are traveling this month with the 2014 Ig Nobel tour of Europe, including a book launch celebration for founder Marc Abrahams.
Girls interested in careers using science, technology, engineering or math may be interested in attending a $45, one-day summit called Girls STEM Summit-East taking place April 26 at MIT.
In honor of the Olympics, here are the gold, silver and bronze medal award winners in the competition for City Council frustrations for talk about the Foundry building in East Cambridge.
TGIM, or whatever. If the idea of starting another workweek is getting you down, why not start it off easy with some comedy tweets from local comedians?
See science and art meet. Have your choice of Day of the Dead parties.“Destroy All Monsters” at a late-night sake party. Get all your “Hamlet” answers. And explore the boundaries of free speech.
Watch a hell of a lot of movies for a good cause. Follow the sounds of Honk! to Oktoberfest. See who made it from the red carpet to the artist’s canvas. Check out that moon. And enjoy a night of classical music for $5 courtesy of the MIT Symphony Orchestra.
See what the women of science fiction and fantasy are doing. Hear the songs of the Mediaeval Baebes and a world-premiere Anthology. Laugh more at “Hamlet” than ever, and more appropriately. Make your way to the Maker Faire. And Experience the funniest science since the Ig Nobels.
This feast of visual spectacular wows, each one outdoing the last, drives the film as much as the hanging-by-a-thread survival yarn. But “Gravity” lacks a spark that would make us truly care about its heroic characters.