The Harvard Square Community
Hello old friends and new folks,
Many of you many know me from the Harvard Square community as secret_willow
or ln later years as tunaoddfellow
. You may also know me as Fish 'the Magish', a Harvard Square and occasionally Davis Square magician and part of the local color.
I have been living in Salem since 2011 with my parther shava23
. Unfortunately she has been having health issues and is moving in with her son in Medford so he can take care of her.
This leaves me rewrittng the next chapter of my life's adventure a bit. I am looking to move to the area so I can stay nearby her and also so i can reconnect with my favorite parts of the greater Boston area.
I am looking to find a nice household to be part of,. It would be me and a 14 pound Yorkie-Doodle named Muppet. Alternatively I am seeking an affordable apartment for me and my dog.
I am an artist, magician, gamer and geek and I am on Social Security Disability due to some chronic pain issues.
Please get up with me if you know of good situations with good people or an affordable place coming up.
Tuna aka Fish
Originally posted by ron_newman
at free outdoor Much Ado About Nothing in Cambridge next month
Fiasco Productions will present twelve free outdoor performances of Much Ado About Nothing
in various Cambridge parks this September. They are not on the Web, but they do have a Kickstarter campaign
(6 more days to go) and a Facebook page
Wed-Fri September 11-13 at 6:30pm, Danehy Park, 99 Sherman St.
Sat September 14 at 2:00pm and 6:30pm, Longfellow Park, 175 Mt. Auburn St.
Sun September 15 at 2:00pm, Longfellow Park, 175 Mt. Auburn St.
Wed-Fri September 18th-20th at 6:30pm, University Park, 38 Sidney St.
Sat September 21 at 2:00pm and 6:30pm, University Park, 38 Sidney St.
Sun September 22 at 2:00pm, Longfellow Park, 175 Mt. Auburn St.
New bike store near Porter Square, Cambridge
Open a week.
Only repairs & services bicycles she sells.
Slowly building her inventory.http://www.bicyclebelle.net
Bread & Puppet Theater: The Circus of the Possibilitarians . Held outdoors on Sunday, September 2nd at 3 pm on the Cambridge Common, near the intersection of Mass. Ave. and Garden St., Cambridge. Free performance [pass-the-hat donations welcome], rain or shine. For further details, call the Boston-area Bread & Puppet Theater information line 617-286-6694 or log onto www.breadandpuppet.org.
Soon to begin celebrating its 50th anniversary, the award-winning Bread & Puppet Theater, from Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, presents their The Circus of the Possibilitarians on the Cambridge Common, a public space they used to frequent prior to the mid-1980’s. Last year the theater finally returned to help launch Harvard Square’s inaugural “Revival Month.” And now a return engagement is in order.
David Maxwell’s Maximum Blues featuring Brian Templeton (vocals), Greg Piccolo (tenor sax), Troy Gonyea (guitar), Jon Ross (bass), Per Hanson (drums), and David Maxwell (keys). Saturday, December 31, 9:30 pm-12:30 am. Tickets: $60, includes champagne toast. [Ticket holders also receive a special hotel rate of $159 if they want to spend the night.] Regattabar at the Charles Hotel, One Bennett Street, Cambridge. For tickets and information: 617-395-7757 or http://www.getshowtix.com/regattabar/index.shtml
"I don't think anybody could be tighter playing the blues on the piano
than David Maxwell. He plays the blues like it should be played. He plays the low-down, dirty, funky blues. He's got it all together."
(John Lee Hooker)( Read more...Collapse )
Bread and Puppet Theater: "Man = Carrot Circus,"
with an introduction by Scott Alarik. Held outdoors on Friday, September 2nd at 6 pm on the Cambridge Common, near the intersection of Mass. Ave. and Garden St., Cambridge. Free performance [pass-the-hat donations welcome], rain or shine. For further details, call the Boston-area Bread and Puppet Theater information line 617-800-9539 or log onto http://www.breadandpuppet.org
The award-winning Bread and Puppet Theater, from Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, presents their "Man = Carrot Circus" on the Cambridge Common, a space they have not inhabited since the mid-1980’s. Bread and Puppet champions a visually rich slapstick style of street-theater that is filled with huge puppets made of paper maché and cardboard, along with masked characters, political commentary, and a lively brass band for accompaniment.( Read more...Collapse )
Pierre Menard Gallery presents One Of A Kind, an exhibition of unique artist’s books; curated by Heide Hatry. Opening reception on Thursday, March 17, 6:00-9:00 pm; exhibit runs through April 9th. Regular gallery hours: Mon.-Sat., 12:00-6:00 pm, or by appointment. 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 ONE OF A KIND curated by Heide Hatry. This will be the final exhibition at Pierre Menard Gallery. The Gallery’s lease has not been extended past April 15, 2011, therefore the Gallery will be closing its doors.( Read more...Collapse )