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.
Ishrat Aishee said she never expected to take first in her category a competitive citywide poetry contest. Her seventh-grade teacher wasn’t surprised, though.
For the Chagall Performance Art Collaborative, “Choose Your Own Adventure” is not a cute, nostalgic but ironic name for a night of music, poetry and dance. The collaborators are serious: They really want people to come Friday and decide the path the artists will follow.
The long-running Dire Literary Series of readings at the Out of the Blue Art Gallery has announced its lineup for Friday, starting with Ethan Gilsdorf, the Somerville author of travel memoir and pop culture investigation “Fantasy Freaks and Gaming Geeks: An Epic Quest for Reality Among Role Players, Online Gamers, and Other Dwellers of Imaginary Realms.”
A premier drummer, local poet and groundbreaking filmmakers will be on hand this month to bring added meaning to Black History Month.
An open-mic night at The All Asia. A storytelling slam in The Enormous Room. And a Women in Comedy Festival podcast in your ears. It’s all happening.
There’s a musical and poetic addition to Cambridge’s honors to Martin Luther King Jr., courtesy of the Harvard Square Business Association.