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 […]
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Join us for Sustainable Business Network’s 4th Local Craft Spirits Festival on Saturday, October 12th, 2019, 4:00- 7:00 PM (3:30 PM VIP) in Central Square, Cambridge, MA. Back by popular demand, SBN’s Local Craft Spirits Festival will gather hundreds of local spirits fans to celebrate together with dozens of local vendors and hundreds of products! […]
Celebrate tastes of the world with the people of the square at the grand opening of the new Salt & Olive Market in The Garage, Harvard Square. Red Apple Farm, Magic Bites, Clear Flour Bread, and Somerville Chocolate will be sharing and sampling wonderful things to eat, while you participate in special tastings of olive […]
A unique dining experience celebrating the produce of the season in it’s pure raw form beautifully combined and seasoned in 5 courses.
A unique dining experience celebrating the produce of the season in it’s pure raw form beautifully combined and seasoned in five courses.
Boston’s Coolest, Funnest and Most-Prize-Winning-est Monthly Trivia Event! Rockerzine’s Rock and Roll Trivia with Erin and Brett at the Sinclair! 6 unique handcrafted rounds – 60 questions worth of rock and roll trivia questions spanning an array of genres! Put on yer rock n’ roll thinking cap and test your knowledge of popular music and […]
You’re Invited! to the Gallery 263 Annual Foraged Banquet. Menu by Chef Ellie Tiglao of the soon-to-open Tanamrestuarant and artspace, and Gallery 263 co-founder, David Craft. Enjoy hand crafted cocktails, followed by a three-course vegetarian meal accompanied by wine. Chef Tiglao will introduce each plate and its foraged components. Cocktails at 6pm, Dinner at 7pm […]
“Within a week of meeting each other, we began mapping musical ideas and plans to record an EP,” cellist Kaitlyn Raitz says of her first encounter with fiddler Ben Plotnick, before they even lived in the same city. The term mapping is spot on. Each of the ten original songs on Raitz and Plotnick’s first […]
It started as a way to fill a bad booking weekend in 1998, but over the course of more than 15 years, the campfire. festival has become the single-biggest way that Passim develops new talent and celebrates the Boston area’s amazing music scene. Originally called, “On the Cutting Edge of the Campfire,” the festival combined […]
Described by one critic as “a phenomenal harp player who can make her instrument ring with unparalleled purity,” Maeve Gilchrist has taken the Celtic harp to new levels of performance. Born and raised in Edinburgh, Scotland, and currently based in Brooklyn, New York, Maeve‘s innovative approach to her instrument stretches its harmonic limits and improvisational […]
Equal parts fast-paced and soulful, 5-piece modern-folk Americana act, The Way Down Wanderers, draw listeners in with energy, originality and soulful generosity. Playing, performing and writing together for just 3 short years, the Wanderers have built an enthusiastic and fast-growing following. Youthful and professionally trained, these young men captivate audiences with soaring instrumentals, foot stomping […]
Ever since the release of Blood on the Tracks in 1975, Dylan posed the challenge to every songwriter that came after him: Can life’s emotional complexities be rendered simply? Can a song be so intensely personal that it somehow manages to reach beyond itself towards something universal? With this record, Dylan turned the American Songwriter […]