Come join us at the Mistletoe Art Fair on Dec 21, 2019 at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education. A holiday tradition, shop for your holiday gifts from juried artists- featuring Metalsmiths -Jewelry, Photography , Glass, 2 D Art, Fiber, Printmaking, Soap, and Ceramics. All handmade and no Imports.
What brings together hip-hop, painted doors, film screenings, and fry bread? Cambridge’s celebration of Indigenous People’s Day. The city encouraged residents to come out to honor indigenous histories in a month-long celebration of Indigenous People’s Day, beginning Oct. 14. Since 2016, the second Monday in October has been celebrated not as Columbus Day, but as […]
Belmont World Film‘s 16th Annual Family Festival, “Where Stories Come Alive,” offers nearly four full days of some of the world’s best films for children and adults, as well as a live concert on opening night accompanying the silent films of George Méliès (the subject of Martin Scorcese’s Hugo) and a live version of WBUR’s […]
The Creative Music Series Welcomes the Boston debut of The Mario Pavone (Dialect) Trio A provocative and historically important leading Jazz bassist fronting dynamic and gifted musicians in uncompromising and compelling music that is unconventional, exploratory yet with Post-Bop as a reference. On the heels of their new recording “Chrome” (2017 Playscape) Mario Pavone, bass, […]
Industry Lab is a dedicated-desk co-working space filled with smart, friendly, creative people and companies. Inhabiting nearly 20,000 square feet of a lovely brick building with wood floors and lots of windows in the vibrant hub of Inman Square, Cambridge, Industry Lab is a place for artists, engineers, scientists, and designers to reside in proximity […]
A rare appearance by the long-running Plane Crash Trio: The Henry Kaiser/Damon Smith/Weasel Walter (Axis) with special guests and first time addition of both Los Angeles-based workhorse Vinny Golia and Boston’s mythic journeyman Ra Kalam Bob Moses. Henry Kaiser – Electric Guitar (Bay Area Calif.) Damon Smith – Double Bass (Boston) Weasel Walter – […]
Join us at this Opening Conversation, launching our 2018 theme, “Where is Cambridge From?” Opening Conversation speakers Alexandra Sedlovskaya and Dr. Kerri Greenidge, guided by Diana Lempel; will be setting the table for this year’s programs which will explore the ways Cantabrigians define where they’re “from” and why it matters. What makes someone feel they’re […]
The Cambridge Symphony Orchestra will present the Masterworks concert Mahler and Mozart on Sunday, November 12, 2017 at 4:00 PM at Kresge Auditorium at MIT. Music Director Cynthia Woods will conduct the orchestra. The concert pairs Mahler’s most Classical symphony, the Sixth, with Mozart’s energetic Symphony No. 35. Mozart’s so-called Haffner Symphony, which originated […]
The Spirit Awards event celebrates the spirit of Maud Morgan, a former community resident and artist of exceptional vibrancy, who lived her life deeply in the arts, in her neighborhood and in the world (1903-1999). Once a year we gather for a festive evening to honor an outstanding individual who embodies her “spirit”. Come Experience… […]
Join thousands of voices in song as Revels waves goodbye to summer and welcomes in the fall at this FREE family-friendly Autumnal Equinox celebration taking place in Harvard Square and along the Charles River in Cambridge. Enjoy pre-show festivities in Winthrop Park followed by a puppet-filled parade and communal singing along the river with David […]
Say goodbye to summer with art, lawn games, and good beer. Make your own postcard, or start your art collection. Try your hand at bocce and lawn games, or just relax in our shady back yard. This is an 18+ event. Beer $5
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.