The Harvard Square Community
Passim Folk Music & Cultural Center
DWIGHT & NICOLE
with Myra Flynn opening
7:00 & 10:00 pm
Friday, March 11, 2011
Spring Revival Concert
"Dwight & Nicole ... poignant ... hard driving ... and heavenly" (Steve Morse, Boston Globe)
Dwight & Nicole: Spring Revival Concert, with Myra Flynn opening. Friday, March 11, 7:00 pm & 10:00 pm. Tickets: $18-$20 per set. Passim Folk Music & Cultural Club, 47 Palmer St., Cambridge, MA. For tickets and information: 617-492-7679 or log onto www.clubpassim.org.( Read more...Collapse )
New Years Eve 1/1/11
DWIGHT & NICOLE
8:00 pm & 10:30 pm performances
[dinner package combined with first show, starting at 5:30 pm]
December 31, 2010
[dinner at West Side Lounge]
"Dwight & Nicole are truly great!"
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Featuring David Maxwell (keys), Troy Gonyea (guitar), and Per Hanson (drums). Wednesday, November 3, 8:00 pm. Tickets: $14-$16. Passim Folk Music & Cultural Club, 47 Palmer St., Cambridge, MA 02138. For tickets and information: 617-492-7679 or log onto www.clubpassim.org.( Read more...Collapse )
Want to see The Wrathskellar for free? Want to be part of a new and unique theatrical experience?
We need box office volunteers for The Wrathskellar from October 26 through October 31 at The Cambridge YMCA Theater (820 Mass. Ave., Cambridge at Central Sq.). We especially need volunteers for Friday, October 29, Saturday, October 30, and Sunday, October 31. Spend Halloween with The Boston Babydolls! We do not need volunteers on Wednesday, October 27.
You need to be at the theater before 7 p.m. and sit in the box office booth from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., then you can watch the show. You need to be able to do simple math, handle money, and be pretty good with people.
If you're interested, please email TheScoop [at] Boston Babydolls [dot] net
with your name, contact information, and the date(s) you'd like to help out.
If you're not of an altruistic bent and just want to buy tickets, you can do that too...
Coming out for Harvest Fest? Take a stroll down Mass. Ave to Central Square for discounted tickets to The Boston Babydolls new show, The Wrathskellar
It's a beautiful day out. How about entering the dark world of The Wrathskellar
by trying your hand at our scavenger hunt in Central Square? First stop is Mariposa Bakery
(424 Mass Ave.) in Central Square. You're on your own from there...
Want more details? Take a peek here
is the new dark cabaret from The Boston Babydolls and the denizens of that dank tavern will be at Mariposa Bakery
tomorrow night — Friday, October 1 from 7pm to 9pm.
From October 1 through October 31, The Wrathskellar
is holding a scavenger hunt throughout Central Square. Collect ephemera from The Wrathskellar
universe, follow the clues into the darkness, possibly win a prize. The world of The Wrathskellar
is a shadowy maze of riddles and half-truths. Unravel the mysteries and save yourself... some money on tickets.
Your first stop is Mariposa Bakery
(424 Mass. Ave., Cambridge). You can stop there any time during the month to collect the first puzzle, but stop in on Friday night, October 1 from 7pm to 9pm and and sample some delicious food and drink along with members of our cast
Once you've collected your first puzzle and followed it to the next stop, you'll be given another puzzle to solve... solve all the puzzles and you're given a key. Every key reaps a reward — a discount on admission to this remarkable Halloween experience — but some small number of keys will open The Chest at The Theater. What's inside The Chest? No one knows... but if your key unlocks the padlock, the contents are yours (whether you want them or not).
Good hunting... and Happy Halloween.
Pierre Menard Gallery presents "Imagine It Thick In Your Own Hair," an emergency benefit exhibition by Heide Hatry. July 6 through August 1, with a reception and silent auction on Thursday, July 22, 6-9 pm (bidding ends at 8 pm). Proceeds from sales to benefit the Audubon Action Center. Regular gallery hours: open daily, 12-6 pm. Free and open to the public. Pierre Menard Gallery, 10 Arrow Street, Cambridge. For more information, 617-868-2033 or www.pierremenardgallery.com.
Pierre Menard Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition "Imagine It Thick In Your Own Hair", a benefit for victims of the oil spill, by Heide Hatry in conjunction with a silent auction of work by numerous emerging and well known artists from the Boston area, New York, and abroad.
The exhibition "Imagine It Thick In Your Own Hair" includes paintings, sculptures and artist books by artist and curator Heide Hatry. Some of the work in the current exhibition will include actual animals such as birds, opossums, rats and mice.( Read more...Collapse )
Insect pests of New England
On Wednesday, June 9th, the Somerville Garden Club
will sponsor a short course by horticulturalist Debra Elson, on the Asian Longhorned Beetle (ALB)
and other pests. The meeting is 7-9pm, 167 Holland St., second floor (near Davis Square). The public is invited; the space is accessible.
The Asian Longhorned Beetle (ALB) has a well-deserved reputation for being an aggressive, voracious pest. A video, "Lurking in the Trees," about the ALB crisis in Worcester, MA, will be shown. Elson will address the importance of vigilance about this beetle, as well as steps for containing the Hemlock Wooly Adelgid, Winter Moth, Eastern Tent Caterpillar, and Gypsy Moth Caterpillar.
Elson is a horticulturalist with the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). She attended Green School
, a comprehensive certificate program offered by UMass Amherst, and has done extensive research on insect pests of New England Forests. She has worked in nurseries and as a designer, and belongs to the Lexington Field and Garden Club and the Beth Shalom Garden Club.
Somerville Garden Club meetings begin with announcements and a roundtable of garden questions, feature an educational program, and conclude with a raffle of garden items and plants. The meetings are at 167 Holland St., 2nd floor, 7-9pm and are free & open to the public.
For more information, please visit http://www.somervillegardenclub.org
Well once again a room in the awesome "Haunted Grotto" will be available September first.
About the house:
on site laundry, dining room, living room, eat in kitchen, walk in pantry, nicely sized backyard, 1.5 bathrooms, basement for storage.
Room that's available:
closet, two windows with a view of the backyard, quite large. (You are not getting a room that's really closet space).
Rent is ~ $700 after utilities
This place is awesome because it is central to Inman and Union Sq. There's a pub within stumbling distance and a grocery store right around the corner. (Literally) 15 min walk to central, and Harvard. (Red Line)
E-mail me at Iamayam at gmail dot com for viewings and more info.
Cambridge Community TV is Cambridge's Public Access TV station and community media center. Did you know that any Cambridge resident can become a member of CCTV and start producing programming? No prior experience is even needed, as there are plenty of opportunities for training. You can:
Learn how to make media for issues that are important to you, or just for fun
Learn new skills! Take classes in camera, editing, lighting, sound, web media, documentary production, Photoshop, HTML, and many other topics
Host your own LIVE TV show
Join the NeighborMedia civic journalism team to cover local stories happening in your neighborhood
Network with other media-makers and crew on productions
And much more!
Sound interesting? Come learn more by attending CCTV's next FREE Orientation on Monday, May 3, 6:30pm, at CCTV, located at 675 Mass Ave (entrance on Prospect St).
or call 617.661.6900 for more information.