Here’s a gift for a time cultural opportunities feel exhausted and the latest Netflix offering feels meaningless: A free, 100-page, sumptuously produced magazine full of voices and images most of us have never heard or considered. It arrives in a surprising way, from a surprising birthplace.
Arts venues such as Harvard Square’s Brattle Theatre have questions about the governor’s four-phase strategy for reopening the state. But with payroll protection for staff, donations and Virtual Screening Room revenue coming in, The Brattle is ready to “bring back the joy” when it’s safe.
If you are looking to “stand out in a sea of selfies” and leave online dating behind – maybe by Valentine’s Day – photographer Emily Falcigno has set up in Bow Market to teach how to take better profile pictures, including avoiding cliché selfie pitfalls such as posing in groups, cars or bathrooms.