At The Maria L. Baldwin School in the Agassiz neighborhood, the burden of educators struggling to find vaccination appointments online was lifted by an initiative led by parents Amanda Steenhuis, Nina Farouk and Angela Wong.
“The Father” stars Anthony Hopkins in a masterclass performance as a memory-challenged senior and a stellar supporting cast resulting in a work that’ painful, brilliant and smart, though much of its uplift may not be achievable by people who go through this offscreen.
This Turkish-infused bakery by Belmont and Watertown has always offered prepared foods to go, but its pandemic-era priced meals for two, packaged with heating instructions, deserve the same kind of praise.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, Cambridge Day is partnering with the Boston Women’s Film Festival to sponsor a free March 23 virtual discussion focused around three films chronicling different aspects of women’s experience – and that of female filmmakers – in America.
On a far distant planet two centuries into the future, a colony of humans lives in what feels like a Western frontier town atop a forested hilltop – at war with the planet’s indigenous species and totally lacking in women, until one crash lands there.
Formaggio Kitchen opened its (re)located Huron Village shop Monday, a sparkling space that offers the amenities of the original site and more. Does it make good on fulfilling the gap left by the Fresh Pond Market it replaced?
“Playing fair is a joke invented by rich people to keep the rest of us poor” – a quote that might ring true if it wasn’t from the lips of a corporate Karen who dupes the elderly out of their amassed wealth for her own gain.
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with offers a reminder of a free Black History Month film discussion Tuesday; two entries arriving to stream at the Brattle; and two tales of couples facing thrills and trauma.