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Prime lower “downtown” Jazz NY musicians and a first for Boston

The Creative Music Series proudly welcomes Prime lower “downtown” Jazz NY musicians and a first for Boston three master, world class, exceptional improvisers together The Rob Brown Trio One of the truly important saxophonist’s and band leaders, an international figure and an anchor for decades with the great bassist William Parker for an evening of […]



Forge Ice Cream Bar Pop up!

Ice cream and Chocolate, a match made in heaven! Boston magazine’s Best of Boston® 2019 – Best Chocolate Shop, EHChocolatier, is hosting their very first pop up at the new chocolate boutique in Cambridge. Forge Ice Cream Bar is serving up scoops, cones, and ice cream sandwiches from 12-4pm while EHChocolatier offers their new iced […]


Magnus Johnstone: RAPTURE

Join us from 6-8 PM on Wednesday, June 12, 2019 for a gallery reception, an art and music Pop-up and a celebration of the art and music of Magnus Johnstone. Magnus Johnstone: Rapture is a gallery exhibition that features paintings by a man who was immersed in the Cambridge and Greater Boston arts scene that […]


Empty Bowls: Benefit Dinner for Food For Free

Help Food For Free fill empty bowls all year round by joining us for our annual Empty Bowls benefit dinner. Food For Free is a Cambridge-based nonprofit organization that improves access to healthy food within the greater Boston community. Our Empty Bowls benefit dinner will feature delicious soups from local restaurants as well as beautiful […]


Out And Out: Modern Islam Between Reform and Renunciation

A Muslimish conference, hosted by the Secular Society of MIT, featuring dialogue among local and visiting panelists about the future of Islam with respect to secularism.   Panelists:   Eman Akam: A Sudanese-origin HMS/MGH post-doc with a PhD in chemistry and a passion for science, education, outreach, and the advancement and equal representation of marginalized […]


6th Annual Empty Bowls Project

Feed the belly, warm the soul. For $40, you select and take home your own handmade bowl donated by local potters from Feet of Clay Studio, MIT SAA, and Indigo Fire Studio and enjoy tasty soups donated by local restaurants such as: 1369 Coffeehouse, Trina’s Starlight Lounge, The Druid, Lord Hobo, Atwoods, Highland Fried, Sofra, […]


How Does Cambridge Engage? Opening Conversation

Join the Cambridge Historical Society in launching this year’s program theme, “How does Cambridge engage?” with a conversation between Dr. Karilyn Crockett, MIT lecturer in Public Policy and Urban Planning, and Diana Lempel, the Society’s Doing History Curator.  Karilyn and Diana will discuss how everyday people in our city took collective action to stop the […]


Joyful Noise Gospel Concert

The Multicultural Arts Center will again produce and present the Joyful Noise Gospel Concert with the Harlem Gospel Concert. For over 30 years, the Multicultural Arts Center has brought people together from all around New England to celebrate the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This signature community event represents and […]


Belmont World Film Family Festival: Days 1 and 3

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 […]


Belmont World Film Family Festival: Day 2

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 […]


Belmont World Film Family Festival: Day 4

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 […]