Cambridge, MA - Comedian Jimmy Tingle must be a glutton for punishment. He runs for President every four years. (On the "Humor for Humanity" ticket). He voluntarily went back to college as a middle aged student - the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, no less - to get his Masters degree in Public Administration in 2010.
Over 300 people attended a Bread and Puppet Theater performance on Sunday at Cambridge Common in Harvard Square. The Glover, Vermont based theater is internationally known for its treatments of social, political and economic themes.
Somerville, MA - On an otherwise ordinary warm spring night, about 40 people gathered for free spaghetti, socializing and learning at Sprout, a community learning space at 339R Summer Street near Davis Square. Sprout seeks to actively engage the public with an interactive and broad form of science education. Continuing with its monthly spaghetti dinner, on Wednesday evening the space hosted four performance artists who presented their versions of “Performance in a Public Space.”
BOSTON/Copley Square - Coming up on Sunday, December 20, 2009, the Aardvark Jazz Orchestra will present its long running annual Christmas Concert and benefit. This year, the orchestra performs at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, located halfway between Copley Square and the Public Garden, at 15 Newbury Street, Boston.