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A boxing, kickboxing and mixed martial arts gym that describes itself as “high-octane” could seem scary to a newcomer—especially when you realize that entering the gym means descending a flight of stairs to an underground training space. But Redline Fight Sports isn’t intimidating at all. In fact, it just might be one of the most […]
Feel like you’ve been spinning your wheels workout-wise? Park yourself in this makeshift Kendall Square studio.
Located at 1110 Mass. Ave., Inner Space Meditation Center & Gallery is not situated in what one would call a peaceful place. The traffic level is steady outside their glass storefront, and it’s a little hard to believe that anything relaxing can go on in a place that borders the urban essence so closely. But all it takes is a […]
The local and the literary, two of Cambridge’s top values, meet in independent bookstores around the city. Our big names—Harvard Book Store and Porter Square Books—come from our neighborhoods rather than national chains. They seem to be thriving, with celebrity author events, cafe? menus and warehouse sales. But what about the niche bookstores, the even […]
Sip like a socialite and end summer on a screwball note with the Brattle Theatre’s upcoming showings of The Philadelphia Story. Together with Holiday, the 1940 George Cukor film wraps up the movie house’s Screwball Summer series with an all-star cast. Katharine Hepburn takes the lead as the prim and privileged Tracy Lord, getting ready […]
The Brattle Theatre kicks off its Screwball Summer series with screenings of Howard Hawks’ fast-talking romantic comedy His Girl Friday on Monday, July 20 and Tuesday, July 21. Take in a classic tipple or two in Central Square before settling in for scenes from the silver-tongued Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell as “newspapermen”—and as a recently divorced couple. […]
Get a glimpse into the minds of local female artists at Women of Vision at the Multicultural Arts Center this summer. The exhibit, which runs June 5 through August 28, showcases a variety of works across multiple mediums from the Massachusetts chapter of the National Association of Women Artists. When N.A.W.A. was founded in 1889, it was one […]
The Brattle Theatre has quite a sense of humor—as evidenced by their Father’s Day screening of Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining.” The big daddy of psychological horror films comes to the Cambridge silver screen on Sunday, June 21. Grab the family (creepy imaginary friends, too) to watch as Jack Nicholson destroys his with the help of the world’s […]
Tonight, step into Los Angeles’ seedy underbelly—after a stiff drink, of course—with Roman Polanski’s “Chinatown” at the Brattle Theatre. The 1974 neo-noir film features Jack Nicholson as private investigator J.J. Gittes who gets more than he bargains for when he spies on a client’s cheating spouse. Set in the 1930s (look for the subtle Seabiscuit […]
In Classics & Cocktails, we combine two of Cambridge’s best features—classic film screenings and top-notch libations—pairing upcoming movie showings with their cocktail counterpart for an evening full of sips and stars. Arguably the classic of all classic films, “Citizen Kane” comes to the Brattle Theatre’s big screen on Wednesday, May 6 and Thursday, May 7 to wish […]
In Classics & Cocktails, we combine two of Cambridge’s best features—classic film screenings and top-notch libations—pairing upcoming movie showings with their cocktail counterpart for an evening full of sips and stars. Looking for a laugh this April Fool’s Day? You’ll want to head to Harvard Square for a screening of “The Three Stooges” and a […]