In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s Space Night at Harvard, a look at the rise and fall of romance comics, the start of a Pete Souza exhibit of photos from the Obama White House, the return of the Empty Bowls charity meal, and plenty of comedy, poetry and music.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s a free look at the work-in-progress dance piece called “Hebel,” the Dark Days, Long Night Fashion Show Dance Party, the 25th anniversary Bugs Bunny Film Festival, and a ton of events for (and against) Valentine’s Day.
Looking back at “Suicide Squad” in 2016, we pined for a vehicle that would bask in the glorious kitsch and kink of Margot Robbie’s infectious sociopathic supervillain, Harley Quinn. Well, here we are with “Birds of Prey,” and I’ll just say that sometimes one’s desires are best left unrealized.
The 45th incarnation of the Boston Science Fiction Film Festival comes to town, an 11-day fest with shorts, area premieres, documentaries and a sci-fi movie marathon. And if you missed Quentin Tarantino’s bright, fierce ’60s homage “Once Upon a Time in … Hollywood” in July? The Brattle will help.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, Jonathan Katz and other local comedy greats perform a fundraiser for MS research, the Songs of 1980 play at Club Passim, you can make your own video Valentine, Gish Jen reads, there’s free music, cheap poetry and much more.
A look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events brings the Once in Valhalla 10-course feast, followed Sunday by free chili cook-offs in both cities, as well as an evening with Sutton Foster in Sanders Theatre, the return of “Medusa: Reclaiming the Myth” and much more.