In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s plenty of Halloween to be had, including a Peabody Museum “Day of the Dead” event and a Monster Mash on Somerville streets, as well as lots of readings, poetry, dance, music and art. We also learn how an “Emerald Tutu” can help keep us safe from climate change.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s a Bollywood Night in Central Square, a drag queen competition and book clubs from a brewery, free films, readings poetic and political, a Taste of Carnival, a day of roller skating, a live edition of the podcast “Yo, Is This Racist?” and much more.
Most current Cambridge residents will never have heard of Julie Campbell, 23, who was killed 44 years ago Sunday – stabbed and left to die in the snow just yards from her home after a night at the Plough & Stars. Neither Campbell’s family nor the “Dark Downeast” podcast has forgotten the never-solved murder.