In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s a book on the “Birth of Rock ’n’ Roll” as well as more music to hear, a Poetry Brothel as well as more basic readings, nature walks and museums, labor history and “Lovefool” and holiday happenings from shopping strolls to drag shows.
These looks at what’s on screens in the coming week include repertory fare such as a “Films of David Lynch” series, all of Truffaut’s “Antoine Doinel” films, works from Grrl Haus Cinema and the Revolutions Per Minute Fest and new works by Nikyatu Jusu, Amanda Kramer, Elegance Bratton and – in an autobiographical turn – Steven Spielberg.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, holiday shopping is underway and so is the Harvard Square Business Association’s Giving Tree tradition, and there’s comedy, music, book readings and interactive events such as the Cardboard City Big Group Build at The MIT Museum.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there are World Cup matches broadcast from Qatar to The Port, a run and wrestling, readings, poetry and storytelling, chances to dance before and after the Thanksgiving meal, and a holiday tradition: “David Boobie” burlesque.
These looks at what’s on screens in the coming week include Marilyn Monroe, “Casablanca” and some Black Friday anti-consumerism fare at repertory theaters, as well are reviews for new movies “Something In the Dirt,” “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” “Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio” and the Indian spectacle “RRR.”
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, Petsi Pies founder Renee McLeod shares her secrets for a good cause, a Holiday Plant Enthusiast Market is coming, there are open studios by Brickbottom/Joy Street artists, Robert Pinsky reads, “Something Strange” returns and much more.
These looks at what’s on screens in the coming week include noir flicks and Wicked Queer Film Festival offerings at The Brattle, works featuring Brooke Adams and director Michael Roemer at the Harvard Film Archive, screenings at the Harvard Arts Museums and some lighter fare: “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” and “The Big Lebowski,” for example.