In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there are talks on “Much Ado About Mushrooms” and “The Hijacking of Rights in America”; a story slam and poetry; a drag night with local queens Coleslaw and Severity Stone and drag king Travis Tí; dance and music; “Moana” and “School of Rock” for free; and July Fourth comedy and fireworks.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s the Boston Dragon Boat Festival and wrestling, celebrity readings and podcast recordings, poetry and music, opera and song cycles, but especially Juneteenth celebrations with events ranging from yoga to jazz and a Black Business Fair.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s a new Harvard Square Open Market, readings by Bill McKibben and Sloane Crosley, crafting and carnivals, poetry, music and dance, art openings and group sings, a look at Cambridge firsts and a reading of our gravestones, drag and dragon boats, a lit crawl and a smut slam. And more.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, the Campfire. Festival continues, there’s a Memorial Day observance and Mozart concert to benefit Ukraine, authors and experts explore Asians in American Pop Culture and LGBT tales, you can meet a mini-horse, do some shopping, catch a CRLS “Chorus Line” for free – and much more.
Cantabrigians, like their counterparts throughout the nation, expressed ambivalence to the workers in their midst in the wake of Chicago’s violent Haymarket Affair and the trial of the so-called “Chicago Eight.” Over the next three decades, workers tried to ease tensions while advocating for better conditions.