Edgar Wright supplies an adrenaline shot that never lets down. You won’t get a chance to go to the bathroom seeing “Baby Driver” – but also, because of the breakneck pace, the audience never gets a chance to get caught up emotionally.
The Lizard Lounge Open Mic Challenge; That One Eyed Kid at Thunder Road; Dylan McKinstry at Passim; Rocco DeRosa at The Plough & Stars; the Bill Charlap Trio at Regattabar; and Jarren Benton at Sonia.
Five pieces of media produced at Cambridge Community Television will be recognized as winners in the national Hometown Media Awards set to be given during the Alliance for Community Media conference planned for Minneapolis in July.
Two women from Cambridge are taking part in the coming 78th annual Miss Massachusetts Scholarship Pageant, where the title will be handed off by Alissa Musto, a 2016 cum laude graduate of Harvard.
Not many people came out for Tuesday’s hourlong public forum with police commissioner finalist Branville G. Bard Jr. Which is okay. It was an embarrassment.
In this political climate, hate speech is becoming common. And there has been an uptick of the use of the N-word, even from the mouths of people one would not expect.
As much as Senior House students should get the hearing they deserve and the outcome they want – for their dorm to be allowed to exist as the same eclectic, supportive, artistic community it has for decades – there’s a strong indication they will not get justice.
Morningbird at Thunder Road; Jason Anick & The Swingers at The Burren; Dan Mills at Passim; Dwight & Nicole at Atwood’s Tavern; Joe Louis Walker at Regattabar; and Anne Heaton at Passim.
On Tuesday, Branville G. Bard Jr., the sole candidate for the position of police commissioner, will take part in a public forum at the Public Library. Here’s one resident’s list of 10 questions he’d like to see Bard address.
And the award for most dramatic reuse of a storefront goes to Caramel French Patisserie of Salem, which says it plans to take over 233 Elm St. in Somerville’s Davis Square, a former pawn shop (“We buy gold”).