In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, Jade Wheeler’s “Who Is Eartha Mae?” goes up at the Bridge Rep, Errol Morris brings his Steve Bannon doc to the Harvard Film Archive, Once Somerville re-creates “Twin Peaks” and there’s plenty of chili.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, One Night Band returns, Cambridge Community Television holds its first “Comedy Underground” Taping and there’s a Co-Incidence Festival of experimental composer-performers.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there are Hotter Than Hell Halloween meals, “Buffy” singalongs and the final “Gorefest,” but also a midterm election Shakespeare night, a Thai festival, and Occurrence playing a dark show with mood lighting.
Monday Name That Punk Rock Tune, The Sequel: Punk Strikes Back from 5:30 to 11 p.m. at The Independent, 75 Union Square, Somerville. Name that punk rock tune and benefit the Girls Rock Campaign Boston. Information is here. Thomas Frank at the Brattle T …
Pentacle Presents The Gallery: Boston dance concert; The Great Clarinet Summit and MIT Concert Choir’s “The Spectre’s Bride”; “Amplified” Diode art and club fundraiser; Porchfest; and East Somerville Walking Tour.
Valentine’s Day is Wednesday, officially. For those participating or opposed, here are some of the more interesting, inexpensive ways to take part, whether you’re in love, are single, have kids or are a kid.