The Talking Animal Party By Rozann Kraus
PERSEPHONE IN GREEN SHORTS By Elizabeth Greywolf
In honor of poetry month, the Scout will be publishing reader-submitted poems every week in April, as well as poetry events, poetry resources, and poetry more! Stay tuned, and if you haven’t checked out our Camberville Canon feature yet, give it a read! Happy Versing!
Selected verse from some of our finest poets, selected by some more of our finest poets
If you’ve recently been out in Boston’s dance or contemporary art scenes, you may have noticed some interesting visuals accompanying your resident DJs. “VJing” is both up-and-coming and a throwback to disco-era visual projections. It’s part tech, part art and all full-body experience. This all out arts and technology experience has become increasingly popular at some […]
34 artists and organizations have received grants from the Cambridge Arts Council to assist them in their efforts in making the city a more creative place. Full list, after the jump:
There’s a little over a week left until the deadline for submissions to our Poetry issue–it’s time to compose or decompose, people! Give some airy nothings local habitations and names, already!
“When I was an addict, I didn’t know how to access the creativity in me. I was passionate about it, but afraid of it,” says Elizabeth Addison, a local playwright currently writing and producing her own musical — This Is Treatment — about women and addiction. The play is the debut for Reviving Visions Theatre […]
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Walking around town sporting his beret, Ricardo Fitten looks like a poet. He is, in fact, just that. On any given day, you might spot this Cambridge resident selling copies his poems for $5 each, outside Diesel Cafe in Davis Square, Somerville. He pulls out a folder with printouts and photocopies. Some of the older […]
As part of The Beat of Cambridge series, here’s the extended online version of our Scout Out on African Drumming, which appeared in the September / October print edition of Scout Cambridge. Take a stroll down Mass Ave. on any given night and you will be able to feel the energy of African drumming streaming from […]
By George LeVines Circus: technicolor tents with cotton candy abound. Impatiently pacing big cats and the high flying trapeze. Injury prone clowns running circles to a blaring recording of Entry of the Gladiators. And that sweet waft of dung-soaked hay cooking in the summer heat. Right? For the local Solstice Circus, not exactly. Big things, […]