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This winter, the perfect antidote to cabin fever could just be mixing up your workout—whether that means putting on your dancing shoes, practicing your swordsmanship or braving frigid temps on your bike. *** Looking to bring more physical activity into your life but can’t stand the treadmill or freezing temperatures? Try trading in those running shoes […]
To celebrate its 40th anniversary, Transition House—the first domestic violence shelter in New England and the only one in Cambridge—recently debuted “40 Stories,” a multimedia project that shares the experiences of staffers and survivors who have been impacted by the shelter over the years. Sandy Goldberg conceptualized this series of “audio slideshows.” The writer, producer […]
When the International Spy Museum reopens in a brand new building near the D.C. waterfront next year, it will greet guests with one very visible new addition: a full-scale, period-accurate Trojan Horse that will guard the museum’s entryway. The Trojan Horse is a collaboration between the Spy Museum and Handshouse Studio, an artist space in the Norwell […]
Here are 2016’s reader selections for the best of Cambridge’s arts and culture scene—with a few wild cards thrown in for good measure.
For the members of the ImprovBoston-birthed comedy band Off-Ramp, things started with a straightforward enough idea: “Let’s make some funny songs.”
Daniel Galvez painted the colorful, multicultural mural that adorns the outer wall of the Middle East back in 1992—which, he laughs, makes it older than many of the people who take tickets or serve drinks at the restaurant and nightclub today.
The Cambridge Arts Council is giving a new meaning to “CSA” this fall with Community Supported Art (CSArt), a program that functions like a farm share but delivers artwork instead of produce.
“You think of comics, and you think of superheroes or fantasy or whatever. But everything that happens in our natural world really is just as unbelievable.”
“One of the things that has been happening, sadly, over the last five or six years, is that the number of small- to mid-size venues has been shrinking, while the demand for them has been increasing. There’s no shortage of interesting performers in Boston, but there’s a desperate need for places where they can perform.” […]
The basement of the Lizard Lounge is a cozy space, caressed by soft red lights and the quiet din of folks enjoying drinks and one another’s company. Saturday night is always ripe with the chance to soak up a new experience, to try on a new feeling, and on this Saturday night, in this little […]
Last year was a good one for the developers at Proletariat. The fledgling studio’s first release, World Zombination, was met with fan and critical acclaim, including a mention as an editor’s choice in the App Store and a nod from Apple as one the best games of 2015. So of course, like most indie game developers, they’re taking what they […]