In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s plenty of music (including new Sol Y Canto and Clem Snide) and theater (including the hip-hop musical “Come to Pass” and a production of “Eurydice”), and a return of the Evolution of Hip-Hop Festival, Floor Lords Breakdancing and MIT Swapfest, as well as bubbles and mini-horses.
In the North Massachusetts Avenue locale known as Trolley Square, named for its proximity to an MBTA bus depot, seven diverse eateries serve the community with fare ranging from Chinese, sushi, Ethiopian, Greek and Mediterranean to basic bar food, American fine dining and pizza slices.
The reopening of the Collins branch library in West Cambridge has been postponed due to delays in construction upgrades to the roof, gutters, and ventilation system begun Oct. 4.
In this notebook about dining options during the Covid-19 shutdown, get some takeout to make a sunny lockdown more enjoyable: A lobster sandwich from Alive & Kicking, comfort fare from Cambridge Common, spicy tofu of all sorts from House of Chang and gourmet Thai from Chalawan.
For takeout to make a sunny lockdown more enjoyable, travel from a coffee and scone at Simon’s to Mexican food at Rudy’s Cafe; delight in some Indian straight from Nirvana; and since summer weather demands seafood, buy sole and monkfish from The Fishmonger and a Whole Foods crabcake.