No snow. No Pats game. No excuses. Now go out and have fun.
This week it's all about the Halloween!!!
Preview Interview: FELAbration! mixes house music, Afrobeat, politics on the dance floor
Rock act Doom Lover are hosting a vaudeville show full of musicians, comedians, poets, and, yes, contortionists.
This all may seem like irrelevant nitpicking over terminology, but it is important in understanding how terror cells are tracked by intelligence agencies.
Butler's band, a melange of standing percussionist (Antibalas’s Miles Arntzen), family keyboardist (sister-in-law Julie Shore), and backup singers, covered Policy's ten songs with precision even when guitar cords and monitors fuzzed out.
After a year in which they took the Rock ’n’ Roll Rumble title and scored a couple of Boston Music Award nominations, you would expect the Goddamn Draculas’ name to enjoy some deserved recognition. Just maybe not in this way.
Here's why you should brave the snow.
The year in venue openings, closings, celebrations, changes, and close calls.
I’d argue that the Middle East is the heart and soul of Central Square, and Central Square is the heart and soul of Cambridge; therefore, the Middle East is the heart and soul of Cambridge. Just sayin’. Read more about this story here.
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