Events

Cambridge Kicks Off Women’s History Month

Who run the world? Girls. And in honor of Women’s History Month, local businesses and organizations are stepping up to celebrate women here in Cambridge and beyond. We’ve rounded up a whole bunch of panels, movie screenings and other ways you can participate. Here’s what’s happening in Cambridge: On March 2, Venture Cafe Kendall is hosting a Female Founders Night, where […]


Valentine’s Day Happenings Around Cambridge

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and we’ve got you covered when it comes to buying the perfect gift or finding the best places to eat, drink and be merry. Whether you want to get physical and partake in some ice skating or a spin class with your SO or would prefer a Lady and the Tramp-themed dinner, there’s something on this list […]


SCOUT PICK: Beach Slang at The Sinclair, May 19

The way bands make money has shifted dramatically over the last decade. Due to the ubiquitous presence of streaming services, album sales are no longer the best way to make a buck. Artists now have to hit the road—and hit it hard—if they want to make a living playing music. Take a look at the ever-growing […]




A Night in Havana Club

“It’s okay to feel sexy if you want.”  Johnny Giraldo is onstage with his wife, Felicita, gliding back and forth on silent eight-beat measures—1-2-3 pause, 5-6-7 pause, left-right-together hold, right-left-together hold—their backs to the crowd. Behind them, dozens of people mirror their movements on a hardwood ballroom floor, learning the basic steps of salsa. They […]


PHOTOS: Honk! Festival 2015

The 10th annual Honk! Festival brought the brass to Somerville and Cambridge this weekend. More than 25 bands with influences as diverse as punk, funk, Afrobeat and more filled the streets—from Somerville’s Davis Square to Harvard Square in Cambridge—with music. Scout was there, too—dancing, laughing and snapping photos of the action.



Q&A: Chris Dempsey of No Boston Olympics

Cambridge residents breathed a collective sigh of relief in July, when the US Olympic Committee announced that it would no longer pursue an Olympic bid in Boston. That decision was largely due to the grassroots efforts of passionate local organizers in groups including No Boston Olympics, who canvassed, held meetings and rallied supporters online, encouraging residents throughout the […]



Saint Patrick’s Day 2015 in Cambridge

Saint Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, but why wait until the 17th to celebrate? We’ve scrounged around to gather a full week of St. Patty’s events. Whether you’re looking to imbibe copious amounts of Guinness, chow down on some corned beef and hash or just enjoy the day with your family, we’ve got you […]


PREVIEW: WAM! Boston Film Festival

We’re more than a week into Women’s History Month, and already there have been a host of events celebrating women around the city. But you’ll have to wait a few more weeks for the one we’re most excited for: the WAM! Boston Film Festival, which returns to the Brattle Theatre on March 21. As always, the festival […]