Somerville and Cambridge celebrate the return of live music with an all-local Saturday music festival cutely titled Nice, A Fest. “It’s just like, ‘Nice, we’re having a festival,’ or ‘Nice, we get to do this again,’” organizer Alex Prickett said.
In exploring how going to a mall can mean shopping for an experience instead of a product, CambridgeSide’s “multi-dimensional, immersive experience” Go Pixel Yourself has become a go-to for musicians looking for creative ways to shoot videos, and a performance space.
These reviews of what’s in theaters and streaming now look at Steven Soderbergh’s HBO Max neo-noir “No Sudden Move,” a weak “Tomorrow War” and “Boss Baby” and a raft of intriguing pop culture documentaries on Lydia Lunch, Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams, and more
The Somerville Theatre is trading in two screens for the Crystal Ballroom, a 500-person capacity performance hall that will return live music to Davis Square for the first time since the amps went silent at Johnny D’s back in 2016.
Before there was “Hamilton,” the hottest ticket on Broadway, there was this Lin Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes musical about a hot summer in Washington Heights, where music and dreams drive the pulse of a multifaceted Latinx community.
The arts organizations at Somerville’s Armory Building are in limbo, stuck between two owners and worrying about their futures. The city’s executive director of community development says they should not worry.