harvard square

Rock and Roll Trivia w/ Erin & Brett

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 […]

Anton Schwartz Quintet

Tenor saxophonist Anton Schwartz creates music that packs an emotional punch. Schwartz’s Quintet is winner of 2016 Northwest Acoustic Jazz Ensemble of the Year. He has been featured at Jazz at Lincoln Center in NYC and as a soloist with the Boston Pops in Boston Symphony Hall. His band consists Billy Buss on trumpet, Matthew […]

Stanley Sagov & The Remembering the Future Jazz Band

Stanley Sagov on keys treats patients at Mount Auburn and Cambridge Hospitals while he heals with music. Original from Cape Town, South Africa, he was born with Gordon syndrome, and began playing music from 6 years old into adulthood, even breaking the law for performing in black townships outside of Cape Town. Now aged 73, […]

Amy Black

Amy Black is known for her authenticity and versatility. Her love of many classic forms of American music include blues, country, soul, jazz, and rock n’ roll led her from Boston to Nashville and most recently to Memphis. Her song “Without You” was recently heard in the Clint Eastwood film “The Mule”.


Moshulu combines 4 legends of music – bassist Jeff Berlin, drummer Dennis Chambers, keyboardist/ guitarist David Sancious, and guitarist Oz Noy. Moshulu’s repertoire goes from funk, rock, metal, fusion into new classical and improvisation.

The Lauren Henderson Quintet

Lauren Henderson is a jazz, Latin jazz, soul and fusion vocalist. A recording artist and composer from MA, her Caribbean and Latin Heritage are central themes in her original music. She is a graduate of Wheaton College, MA, in studying Music and Hispanic Studies, and is currently pursuing her MBA at Brown University, RI.  

Nellie McKay, featuring guest opener Rich Jenkins

Sister Orchid is Nellie’s 7th album and her second collaboration with famed Beatles engineer Geoff Emerick. She has won a Theatre World Award and her music was used in movies such as Rumor Has It, Monster-In-Law, PS I Love You, and Last Holiday. She co-created and starred in award-winning off-Broadway hit Old Hats and has […]

Sofia Rei and JC Maillard present KETER from John Zorn Masada Book 3

For over 25 years, John Zorn’s Masada has been a consistently exciting and influential presence in the landscape of adventurous music. KETER is their duo album released in January 2019. With lyrics by Rei and arrangements by both musicians, the songs explore a variety of topics, from love and solitude, to the ghost of Frida […]

Juan Ruiz

Juan combines his Latin roots, jazz and classical training in his original compositions and performances as well. He approaches music with a spirit of curiosity, and is compositions as well as his solos are nourished by his childhood experiences, his home country, and the optimism he perceives among Colombians.

Salt & Olive Moves Into The Garage

Specialty food shop Salt & Olive is on the cusp of opening its doors in The Garage (36 JFK St.), with a target date of Saturday, April 13. The new space, which is double the the size of the store’s original location at 1160 Massachusetts Ave., will allow for a broader range of products and […]

Keeping Count

The notion of “many” is powerful. When presented with multiple images, the viewer tends to pause and look. Hundreds of something conjures a sense of commitment. Time invested in a concept speaks to dedication. Each of the three artists featured in this exhibition have their own way of “keeping count”. Each of these women has […]

How Many Harvard Businesses Will Go the Way of Crema Cafe?

Flat Patties Expects to Close or Move This Year Due to Anticipated Rent Increase When beloved Harvard Square coffee shop Crema Cafe closed suddenly late last year, the owners didn’t try to hide why the doors were shuttering. “They are here to make mad cash,” Co-partner Steve “Nookie” Postal wrote in a column for Eater […]