What do two award-winning poets, playwright Molly Smith Metzler and an author who wrote a book popular enough to be on Oprah’s summer reading list have in common?
Cambridge has plenty of storytelling in its standup comedy and poetry slams but telling stories to your kids is a whole different thing. The Cambridge Community Center has a special storytelling presentation for parents planned to show the way.
Harvard Square is already due to see The Sinclair, a late-night restaurant and 525-person concert hall, open in the fall. Now a smaller performance venue and restaurant called Liberal Servings is targeted for 13 Brattle St., the heart of the square.
In Cambridge, Martin Luther King Day is not just a day off. City groups have planned events that make it easy for people to not just recognize the contributions and call to action by King — but to actually take action.
The Edgar Allan Poe parties start Wednesday with a musical tribute and continues Thursday with a reading in Mount Auburn Cemetery.
Happy death day, Edgar Allen Poe. To celebrate your haunted life, the band Box Five and guest bands are performing Poe-themed works in every U.S. city you called home. The tour starts Oct. 5 at The Somerville Theatre.
At Breathe Cambridge, a multimedia exhibition in its final dozen days, teens captured the voices of the city and turned it into a mesmerizing soundscape and comfortable space for people to stop and “take a breath.”
Theatrical soul singer Brian King and What Time Is It, Mr. Fox? perform Friday at Club Passim in Harvard Square. (Photo: Kate Wheeler) The ethereal, androgynous, Montreal-based singer-songwriter Clara Engel, who has cast her spell over audiences from P …
The Printer’s Devil Review literary journal gets a launch party tonight at Middlesex Lounge.