- Arts + Culture
Cambridge’s License Commission may make master chef Adam Melonas do something at Chew he’s refused to do in any previous restaurant on five continents: compromise.
Cambridge remains a seriously great place to take in funny science. The 24th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony is Thursday, and BAHFest returns in October.
Innovations of Cambridge Tour; the OpenAir Circus; Boston Roller Derby; Michael Frayn’s “Copenhagen”; and a low-fi rock band bill.
“Midsummer Night’s Dream” for free; Make Music Harvard Square/Fête de la Musique; Summer Solstice celebrations from Harvard museums and Revels; and the TrashBash recycled arts competition.
The Science of Soccer; Mobilia Gallery exhibitions; air guitar contest qualifier round; modern dance benefit; and a Freedom Cypher hip-hop gathering.
The bitter cold of this winter and the Polar Vortex is expected to be a memory by this morning, but don’t expect that to mean an end to the rats that have been infesting the city.
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.