The family-owned Central Square venue is one of an ever-dwindling number of independent rooms in the city.
Despite the lingering presence of small clubs like The Cantab Lounge in Central Square, soul music largely remains a footnote in the books of Greater Boston’s musical history, dwarfed by dense chapters on the city’s contributions to rock. The Sugar Shack, a premier soul club nestled between a strip of adult theaters on Boylston Street […]
Friday, 2/27 Robert Darnton Discusses “Censors at Work: How States Shaped Literature” 3 p.m., Free Harvard Book Store 1256 Mass. Ave. France, Britain and Germany: Three nations whose unique historical relationships with censorship have resulted in three distinct canons. Robert Darnton dives in. Bring Us Your Women & Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling […]
If you’re too poor to afford a Together Fest pass but still need your dose of super-fresh, razor-edge electronic pop, then stop by ZuZu tonight to hear Cry Guy play their first Boston-area show in two months The duo, which consists of local ambient-electronic musician Cameron Potter and Berklee first-year Virginia de las Pozas, formed […]