Councillors were left threatening another negative budget vote to express frustration over a municipal broadband feasibility study denied by the city manager for years – only for the city manager to tell councillors that it was a “game” they were playing with the jobs of city staff.
Harvard Square’s Garage mall would be remade under a proposal by owners Trinity Property Management with expanded restaurant and entertainment space below ground; street-level shops and eateries with more access from sidewalks; and offices on five stories overhead.
Passim is celebrating Bob Dylan’s 80 birthday in advance by getting dozens of artists together Wednesday to sing his greatest hits; before that comes a Saturday class called “Tangled Up in You: Interpreting & Imagining Bob Dylan in the 21st Century.”
‘Army of the Dead’: We’re off to a Las Vegas heist, but technically it’s impossible to make a killing
In “Army of the Dead,” Zach Snyder delves back into his bag of zombie tricks, and in the process turns the Vegas strip into a hive of hidden horrors counting down to a mushroom cloud.
Cambridgeport’s Rebecca Richman Cohen presents her country- and culture-spanning documentary “Weed & Wine” on Saturday at the Independent Film Festival Boston. After five years in the making, “in the end, it was about family,” the filmmaker finds.
The Boston Theater Marathon XXIII: Special Zoom Edition – free, 10-minute plays by New England playwrights and theaters – brings The Underground Railway at Central Square Theater’s contribution Thursday.
What exactly are tequeños? If you embrace the warm, filling comfort of mozzarella sticks with a chunky marinara sauce for dipping, you’re halfway there. But Orinoco’s cheese is a soft, salty, white cow’s milk product from the Guayana region of Venezuela, and it is fried almost tempura light.
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes Week 2 of the Independent Film Festival Boston, full of lively musical documentaries and bleakly absorbing procedurals, as well as DocYard features and new films, from the political “Human Factor” to an unwanted “Stowaway.”