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.
A veritable monsoon took down wires, tree limbs and even entire trees as tall as a triple-decker Tuesday in Cambridge, Somerville and Medford, soaking fleeing people within seconds and even bringing hail.
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”).
The Dwarves at Thunder Road; Day Wave at The Sinclair; Kevin Ross at The Middle East Upstairs; Lyle Brewer and Anna Vogelzang at Passim; Tim Gearan Band at Atwood’s Tavern; and Ghost-Note at Regattabar.
She-Devils and Mini Dresses with Beautiful Woman; the ninth Dance for World Community Festival; ninth annual Beer Pong for a Cure; 38th annual Boston Dragon Boat Festival; and 11th annual Family Music Festival.
The city’s third annual gun buyback gives residents a chance to dispose of unwanted firearms with “no questions asked and no ID required.” More than 75 firearms were turned at buybacks over the past couple of years.
Nacho Picasso at Sonia; Kemp Harris at Passim; The Ross Livermore Band at Thunder Road; The Van Burens at The Middle East; and Mary Timony Plays Helium at The Sinclair.
The long-dark iYo Bistro storefront in Davis Square could become the new home to Snappy Ramen, roughly tripling the number of diners who can enjoy the savory soup at one time.
The science of “Avatar”; Community Chorus’ “Eternal Light”; Pride Week entertainment; Cambridge Arts River Festival and sculpture race; “The Orbiting Human Circus” live podcast performance; and Eighth Annual Carnaval Somerstreets Festival.
The beleaguered “Justice League” franchise, barely off the ground with the turgid “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” beatdown last summer, gets a much-needed shot in the arm from the feminine side side of the tracks.