We asked and you answered – responses have been pouring in for our 2014 Scout Honored nominees. If you haven’t submitted yet, or if you just remembered the name of that perfect little coffeeshop you blanked on the first time, there’s still plenty of a time to vote. Plus, we just added the new category […]
Hating on Hemingway? Done with Dickens? Turned off by Chuck Palahniuk’s casual sexism, but still see the appeal? Well, the best, brightest, and bust-iest behind Weird Love Productions are with you, and they’ve got an ibid or two to pick with the literary canon. Tonight they’ll be taking down Poe, Frost and the like, while […]
A weekend that (not) only a mother could love, thanks to our Scout Picks.
Nobody knows Cambridge businesses like the people that call it home—that’s why we’re asking for your help in determining what’s the best this city has to offer. Give us your take on where to grab a drink or get a massage, and your nominee could take home the grand prize at the upcoming Scouts Honored […]
If last weekend’s festival-a-palooza wasn’t enough to fill your need for Harvard Square-spanning shenanigans (and we know they weren’t), then make plans to visit one of the Square’s many fine dining establishment for especiales de comida y bebidas in celebration of Cinco de Mayo. Check here and the Harvard Square Business Association homepage for a complete […]
Festivals, revivals and -ivals of all sorts, thanks to our weekly Scout Picks.
Blue and Largo By Adam Rinne
The Irish Hour By Jane Attanucci
The Tree at King Open that Got Cut Down By Walter and Sophie Hopwood
Number By Nijel Farouche
Pretty Things Please By Marjorie Thomsen
Widow By Karen Klein of the Prometheus Dance Elders Ensemble