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Film Friday: If Beale Street Could Talk

In early 1970s Harlem, daughter and wife-to-be Tish vividly recalls the passion, respect and trust that have connected her and her artist fiancé Alonzo Hunt, who goes by the nickname Fonny. Friends since childhood, the devoted couple dream of a future together, but their plans are derailed when Fonny is arrested for a crime he […]


Commuter Connections

Commuter Connections is a drop-in story sharing workshop that invites participants to create and exchange a personal story inspired by ordinary objects encountered in our day to day travels. The creators of this workshop, Gillian Epstein and Elisa Hamilton, have a shared conviction that exploring personal narratives can re-enchant our relationship with everyday experiences and […]


Film Friday: Paddington 2

Folks of all ages will enjoy watching the adventures of Paddington the bear in this delightful sequel! Settled in with the Brown family, Paddington is a popular member of the community who spreads joy and marmalade wherever he goes. One fine day, he spots a pop-up book in an antique shop — the perfect present […]


Film Friday: The Princess Bride

This 1987 classic tells the story of a beautiful young woman and her one true love who must battle the evils of the mythical kingdom of Florin to be reunited with each other. If you’re appalled that one of your friends has never seen this movie, we’ll correct that for you!


Short Story Book Club

Looking to read something new and a bit different and share your thoughts with fellow readers? We are starting a book club with books picked from the eclectic NYRB Classics series. It will feature authors from across the globe and times, and each month you will read something different than before. Each month we feature […]


Open Kitchens celebrates Black History Month with Chef Kabui and Foodies Without Borders

Please join Open Kitchens for a pop-up dinner event at the CultureHouse in Kendall Square, Cambridge. It’s a special celebration during Black History Month of Kenyan food and culture with Chef Njathi Kabui, an internationally celebrated organic chef, food strategist, urban farmer and food activist. Chef Kabui was born in rural Kenya to a coffee […]


Open Kitchens 2020 Launch Event at CultureHouse with Syrian Cuisine

Please join us for a pop-up dinner event at the CultureHouse in Kendall Square, Cambridge. Paul Castiglione, founder of Open Kitchens Project, will invite us to celebrate our first event of 2020 and to consider how to have more connections in real life in 2020. Paul is a certified coach, foodie and community organizer, and […]


Agassiz Baldwin Community’s 48th Annual Thanksgiving Potluck Feast

Our biggest community event of the year, the Annual Thanksgiving Potluck Feast is where old friends and new neighbors meet and enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixings. Agassiz Baldwin Community supplies the turkey (cooked by volunteers), cranberry sauce, and drinks, while our guests bring salads, sides, and desserts inspired by their own […]


What to Send Up When It Goes Down

What to Send Up When It Goes Down is a community ritual created in response to the deaths of Black people as a result of racialized violence. As lines between characters and actors, observers and observed blur, a dizzying series of vignettes build to a climactic moment where performance and reality collide. Meant to disrupt the […]


What to Send Up When It Goes Down

What to Send Up When It Goes Down is a community ritual created in response to the deaths of Black people as a result of racialized violence. As lines between characters and actors, observers and observed blur, a dizzying series of vignettes build to a climactic moment where performance and reality collide. Meant to disrupt the […]


What to Send Up When It Goes Down

What to Send Up When It Goes Down is a community ritual created in response to the deaths of Black people as a result of racialized violence. As lines between characters and actors, observers and observed blur, a dizzying series of vignettes build to a climactic moment where performance and reality collide. Meant to disrupt the […]


What to Send Up When It Goes Down

What to Send Up When It Goes Down is a community ritual created in response to the deaths of Black people as a result of racialized violence. As lines between characters and actors, observers and observed blur, a dizzying series of vignettes build to a climactic moment where performance and reality collide. Meant to disrupt the […]