‘Slash/Back’ adds to the scares of ‘The Thing’; ‘Athena,’ ‘Triangle,’ ‘Stars’ and more reviewed
These looks at what’s on screens in the coming week include film festival screenings, Halloween repertory fare such as “Return of the Living Dead” and new works such as “Slash/Back” with its kid-friendly scares, the brutal “Athena,” “Luckiest Girl Alive,” “Triangle of Sadness,” “Stars at Noon,” “All Quiet on the Western Front” and more.
MIT Museum prepares for reopening in Kendall, going straight into reimagined Science Festival
HFA series on Iranian film master Kiarostami sees simple themes blossom in sophistication
Expert coalition calls for more testing, masking against Covid in schools, but success is unlikely
‘Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992’ returns to the stage, reshaped for a new era of explosive racial unrest
Cambridge has the power to build climate justice, and must use it
The MIT community should support a Green New Deal for Cambridge
As members of the MIT community, we are especially disappointed that our administration is acting to weaken policies to address the climate crisis – and want the City Council to know that this is not reflective of the interests or the opinions of the entire community here, whose faculty and students broadly support institutional action.
Attend meetings on the next city manager, Harvard human remains, leaf blowers, more
Public meetings this week look at appointing a city manager, human remains found in Harvard University and the return of discussion on undoing the expanded hours of Riverbend Park; leaf blowers; staffing bilingual programs in schools; more bubble tea bubbling up around town; and more.
Abortion-rights march and Harvard grads meet, some full of hope for the future, some with dread
‘Nuclear Family’ could be the last for DocYard; new wave, hard-boiled series and MCU keep on
These looks at what’s on screens in the coming week include the last DocYard screening of the season and maybe ever, “Nuclear Family,” as well as more repertory from the Harvard Film Archive and Somerville Theatre. Meanwhile, another Doc – Doctor Strange – shows no sign of slowdown in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.