Upcoming Events for January

January 2019

January 19, 9:30am - 12:00pm
A carefully planned series of exercises will introduce the beginner to the following elements of .....
January 19, 11:00am
Description Josh will be reading and signing "Mission Defrostable"
January 19, 12:00pm
Kieran Jordan; Tune Writers 'In the Round' with Liz Carroll, Yann Falquet, and Elias Alexander; Hornipalooza; Ship in the Clouds; Pumpkin Bread; Celtic Roots; Elizabeth and Ben Anderson; Leland Martin; Scottish Fish.
January 19, 1:30pm
Having been hailed as one of the best films of 2018 in publications like Film Comment, The New York Times, and The New Yorker, the Brattle is excited to host this premiere run of RaMell Ross’s remarkable feature debut. Ross immerses the viewer in the lives of protagonists Daniel and Quincy where quotidian moments and the surrounding southern landscape are given equal importance, drawing poetic comparisons between historical symbols and the African American banal. Images are woven together to replace narrative arc with visual movements. As Ross crafts an inspired tapestry made up of time, the human soul, history, environmental wonder, sociology, and cosmic phenomena, an aesthetic framework emerges that offers a new way of seeing and experiencing the heat, and the hearts of people in the Black Belt region of the U.S., as well as far beyond. Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community, HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING allows the viewer an emotive impression of the Historic South – trumpeting the beauty of life and consequences of the social construction of race, while simultaneously a testament to dreaming – despite the odds.
January 19, 2:00pm
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 19, 2:00pm
Sixteen-year-old Olivia hasn’t seen her mother Beatriz in years, but—surprise!—mom just showed up in the middle of the night, with a ...
January 19, 2:00pm
Othello
January 19, 3:30pm
Having been hailed as one of the best films of 2018 in publications like Film Comment, The New York Times, and The New Yorker, the Brattle is excited to host this premiere run of RaMell Ross’s remarkable feature debut. Ross immerses the viewer in the lives of protagonists Daniel and Quincy where quotidian moments and the surrounding southern landscape are given equal importance, drawing poetic comparisons between historical symbols and the African American banal. Images are woven together to replace narrative arc with visual movements. As Ross crafts an inspired tapestry made up of time, the human soul, history, environmental wonder, sociology, and cosmic phenomena, an aesthetic framework emerges that offers a new way of seeing and experiencing the heat, and the hearts of people in the Black Belt region of the U.S., as well as far beyond. Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community, HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING allows the viewer an emotive impression of the Historic South – trumpeting the beauty of life and consequences of the social construction of race, while simultaneously a testament to dreaming – despite the odds.
January 19, 5:30pm
Having been hailed as one of the best films of 2018 in publications like Film Comment, The New York Times, and The New Yorker, the Brattle is excited to host this premiere run of RaMell Ross’s remarkable feature debut. Ross immerses the viewer in the lives of protagonists Daniel and Quincy where quotidian moments and the surrounding southern landscape are given equal importance, drawing poetic comparisons between historical symbols and the African American banal. Images are woven together to replace narrative arc with visual movements. As Ross crafts an inspired tapestry made up of time, the human soul, history, environmental wonder, sociology, and cosmic phenomena, an aesthetic framework emerges that offers a new way of seeing and experiencing the heat, and the hearts of people in the Black Belt region of the U.S., as well as far beyond. Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community, HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING allows the viewer an emotive impression of the Historic South – trumpeting the beauty of life and consequences of the social construction of race, while simultaneously a testament to dreaming – despite the odds.
January 19, 7:00pm
Sixteen-year-old Olivia hasn’t seen her mother Beatriz in years, but—surprise!—mom just showed up in the middle of the night, with a ...
January 19, 7:30pm
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 19, 7:30pm
Having been hailed as one of the best films of 2018 in publications like Film Comment, The New York Times, and The New Yorker, the Brattle is excited to host this premiere run of RaMell Ross’s remarkable feature debut. Ross immerses the viewer in the lives of protagonists Daniel and Quincy where quotidian moments and the surrounding southern landscape are given equal importance, drawing poetic comparisons between historical symbols and the African American banal. Images are woven together to replace narrative arc with visual movements. As Ross crafts an inspired tapestry made up of time, the human soul, history, environmental wonder, sociology, and cosmic phenomena, an aesthetic framework emerges that offers a new way of seeing and experiencing the heat, and the hearts of people in the Black Belt region of the U.S., as well as far beyond. Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community, HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING allows the viewer an emotive impression of the Historic South – trumpeting the beauty of life and consequences of the social construction of race, while simultaneously a testament to dreaming – despite the odds.
January 19, 7:30pm
Othello
January 19, 8:00pm
The Scarlet Ibis – Boston Opera Collaborative
January 19, 9:00pm
Originating from Mozambique Albino Mbie has studied music in the U.S. The result is a wonderful melding of strong...
January 19, 9:30pm
The surprise cult hit of 2018 returns! A typically unhinged Nicolas Cage stars as Red, a peaceful lumberjack who his driven to a rampage of bloody, surreal vengeance when his girlfriend, Mandy (Riseborough) is kidnapped by a nightmarish hippie cult. Set in the 1980s, the newest film from cult mastermind Panos Cosmatos (Beyond the Black Rainbow) is decidedly not for everyone but if you like to experience cinema from the brink of insanity, then MANDY is the picture for you!
January 19, 10:30pm
Tony Award-winner Diane Paulus's celebrated smash hit The Donkey Show, brings you the ultimate disco experience...
January 20 all-day
Over the span of 90 years, banker and philanthropist David Rockefeller collected beetles from around the world, eventually building a personal collection of more than 150,000 specimens. In 2017, his longstanding support for ...
January 20 all-day
The 16th annual Boston Celtic Music Festival, known as BCMFest, returns to Harvard Square January 17-20, 2019. Presented by Passim, the 2019 festival will showcase Greater Boston’s deep tradition of music, song, and dance from Irish, Scottish, Cape Breton and other Celtic communities.
January 20 all-day
Come grab a pitcher, some wings and watch the game with the Beat crew!
January 20, 10:00am - 2:00pm
There is an "Indie" music vibe at the brunches....
January 20, 11:30am
Calling all foodies! We'd love to take you on a Food Tour neighborhood adventure in Harvard Square!
January 20, 1:30pm
Having been hailed as one of the best films of 2018 in publications like Film Comment, The New York Times, and The New Yorker, the Brattle is excited to host this premiere run of RaMell Ross’s remarkable feature debut. Ross immerses the viewer in the lives of protagonists Daniel and Quincy where quotidian moments and the surrounding southern landscape are given equal importance, drawing poetic comparisons between historical symbols and the African American banal. Images are woven together to replace narrative arc with visual movements. As Ross crafts an inspired tapestry made up of time, the human soul, history, environmental wonder, sociology, and cosmic phenomena, an aesthetic framework emerges that offers a new way of seeing and experiencing the heat, and the hearts of people in the Black Belt region of the U.S., as well as far beyond. Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community, HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING allows the viewer an emotive impression of the Historic South – trumpeting the beauty of life and consequences of the social construction of race, while simultaneously a testament to dreaming – despite the odds.
January 20, 2:00pm
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 20, 2:00pm
Sixteen-year-old Olivia hasn’t seen her mother Beatriz in years, but—surprise!—mom just showed up in the middle of the night, with a ...
January 20, 2:00pm
Othello
January 20, 3:00pm
The Scarlet Ibis – Boston Opera Collaborative
January 20, 3:00pm
In His Own Words: A Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.
January 20, 3:30pm
Having been hailed as one of the best films of 2018 in publications like Film Comment, The New York Times, and The New Yorker, the Brattle is excited to host this premiere run of RaMell Ross’s remarkable feature debut. Ross immerses the viewer in the lives of protagonists Daniel and Quincy where quotidian moments and the surrounding southern landscape are given equal importance, drawing poetic comparisons between historical symbols and the African American banal. Images are woven together to replace narrative arc with visual movements. As Ross crafts an inspired tapestry made up of time, the human soul, history, environmental wonder, sociology, and cosmic phenomena, an aesthetic framework emerges that offers a new way of seeing and experiencing the heat, and the hearts of people in the Black Belt region of the U.S., as well as far beyond. Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community, HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING allows the viewer an emotive impression of the Historic South – trumpeting the beauty of life and consequences of the social construction of race, while simultaneously a testament to dreaming – despite the odds.
January 20, 5:30pm
Having been hailed as one of the best films of 2018 in publications like Film Comment, The New York Times, and The New Yorker, the Brattle is excited to host this premiere run of RaMell Ross’s remarkable feature debut. Ross immerses the viewer in the lives of protagonists Daniel and Quincy where quotidian moments and the surrounding southern landscape are given equal importance, drawing poetic comparisons between historical symbols and the African American banal. Images are woven together to replace narrative arc with visual movements. As Ross crafts an inspired tapestry made up of time, the human soul, history, environmental wonder, sociology, and cosmic phenomena, an aesthetic framework emerges that offers a new way of seeing and experiencing the heat, and the hearts of people in the Black Belt region of the U.S., as well as far beyond. Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community, HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING allows the viewer an emotive impression of the Historic South – trumpeting the beauty of life and consequences of the social construction of race, while simultaneously a testament to dreaming – despite the odds.
January 20, 7:00pm
Join Singer-Songwriter Erin McKeown for an evening of stories and songs from her Off-Broadway musical, “Miss You Like Hell”.
January 20, 7:30pm
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 20, 7:30pm
Having been hailed as one of the best films of 2018 in publications like Film Comment, The New York Times, and The New Yorker, the Brattle is excited to host this premiere run of RaMell Ross’s remarkable feature debut. Ross immerses the viewer in the lives of protagonists Daniel and Quincy where quotidian moments and the surrounding southern landscape are given equal importance, drawing poetic comparisons between historical symbols and the African American banal. Images are woven together to replace narrative arc with visual movements. As Ross crafts an inspired tapestry made up of time, the human soul, history, environmental wonder, sociology, and cosmic phenomena, an aesthetic framework emerges that offers a new way of seeing and experiencing the heat, and the hearts of people in the Black Belt region of the U.S., as well as far beyond. Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community, HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING allows the viewer an emotive impression of the Historic South – trumpeting the beauty of life and consequences of the social construction of race, while simultaneously a testament to dreaming – despite the odds.
January 20, 7:30pm
Othello
January 20, 9:30pm
The surprise cult hit of 2018 returns! A typically unhinged Nicolas Cage stars as Red, a peaceful lumberjack who his driven to a rampage of bloody, surreal vengeance when his girlfriend, Mandy (Riseborough) is kidnapped by a nightmarish hippie cult. Set in the 1980s, the newest film from cult mastermind Panos Cosmatos (Beyond the Black Rainbow) is decidedly not for everyone but if you like to experience cinema from the brink of insanity, then MANDY is the picture for you!
January 21 all-day
Over the span of 90 years, banker and philanthropist David Rockefeller collected beetles from around the world, eventually building a personal collection of more than 150,000 specimens. In 2017, his longstanding support for ...
January 21, 10:30am
Belmont World Film’s 16th Annual Family Festival Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
January 21, 12:00pm
Belmont World Film’s 16th Annual Family Festival New England Premiere! THE HIGHWAY RAT
January 21, 1:15pm
Belmont World Film’s 16th Annual Family Festival East Coast Premiere!
January 21, 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Join us for special food and drinks plus some fun nostalgic games to kick off the end of your workday. And don’t forget to bring a friend, misery is not the only thing that loves company. MONDAY through FRIDAY 4pm-6:00pm in the Bar & Lounge
January 21, 6:00pm
Having been hailed as one of the best films of 2018 in publications like Film Comment, The New York Times, and The New Yorker, the Brattle is excited to host this premiere run of RaMell Ross’s remarkable feature debut. Ross immerses the viewer in the lives of protagonists Daniel and Quincy where quotidian moments and the surrounding southern landscape are given equal importance, drawing poetic comparisons between historical symbols and the African American banal. Images are woven together to replace narrative arc with visual movements. As Ross crafts an inspired tapestry made up of time, the human soul, history, environmental wonder, sociology, and cosmic phenomena, an aesthetic framework emerges that offers a new way of seeing and experiencing the heat, and the hearts of people in the Black Belt region of the U.S., as well as far beyond. Composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community, HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING allows the viewer an emotive impression of the Historic South – trumpeting the beauty of life and consequences of the social construction of race, while simultaneously a testament to dreaming – despite the odds.
January 21, 7:00pm
Massmouth is a non-profit organization that promotes the timeless art of storytelling in Massachusetts. Since our founding, Massmouth, Inc. has changed the way Greater Boston and the surrounding communities tell and listen to stories.....
January 21, 7:00pm
Massmouth is a non-profit organization that promotes the timeless art of storytelling in Massachusetts.
January 21, 7:00pm
Massmouth is a non-profit organization that promotes the timeless art of storytelling in Massachusetts.
January 21, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Free to play. Winning team gets bragging rights....
January 21, 9:30pm
The surprise cult hit of 2018 returns! A typically unhinged Nicolas Cage stars as Red, a peaceful lumberjack who his driven to a rampage of bloody, surreal vengeance when his girlfriend, Mandy (Riseborough) is kidnapped by a nightmarish hippie cult. Set in the 1980s, the newest film from cult mastermind Panos Cosmatos (Beyond the Black Rainbow) is decidedly not for everyone but if you like to experience cinema from the brink of insanity, then MANDY is the picture for you!
January 21, 10:00pm
Downbeat Mondays ft Matthew Stubbs Music & the Antiguas...
January 22 all-day
Over the span of 90 years, banker and philanthropist David Rockefeller collected beetles from around the world, eventually building a personal collection of more than 150,000 specimens. In 2017, his longstanding support for ...
January 22, 7:30am
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 22, 12:00pm
Masterclass: Pablo Sainz Villegas, guitar
January 22, 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Join us for special food and drinks plus some fun nostalgic games to kick off the end of your workday. And don’t forget to bring a friend, misery is not the only thing that loves company. MONDAY through FRIDAY 4pm-6:00pm in the Bar & Lounge
January 22, 4:30pm
Sorry to Bother You
January 22, 7:00pm
Sixteen-year-old Olivia hasn’t seen her mother Beatriz in years, but—surprise!—mom just showed up in the middle of the night, with a ...
January 22, 7:00pm
Blackkklansman
January 22, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes psychologist, professor, and UMass Medical School chief diversity officer DEBORAH L. PLUMMER for a discussion of her latest book, Some of My Friends Are . . . The Daunting Challenges and Untapped Benefits of Cross-Racial Friendships.
January 22, 8:00pm
January 22, 9:00pm
Karaoke open mic night.....
January 22, 9:45pm
Sorry to Bother You
January 23 all-day
Over the span of 90 years, banker and philanthropist David Rockefeller collected beetles from around the world, eventually building a personal collection of more than 150,000 specimens. In 2017, his longstanding support for ...
January 23, 7:30am
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 23, 2:00pm
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 23, 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Join us for special food and drinks plus some fun nostalgic games to kick off the end of your workday. And don’t forget to bring a friend, misery is not the only thing that loves company. MONDAY through FRIDAY 4pm-6:00pm in the Bar & Lounge
January 23, 5:00pm - 7:00pm
"Wine Down Wednesdays" at the Bar at Parsnip. Enjoy snacks to pair with your favorite classic cocktail or wine
January 23, 5:30pm
The Wolf Man
January 23, 7:00pm
Sixteen-year-old Olivia hasn’t seen her mother Beatriz in years, but—surprise!—mom just showed up in the middle of the night, with a ...
January 23, 7:00pm
Werewolf of London
January 23, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes veteran reporter PETER SHINKLE for a discussion of his new book, Ike's Mystery Man: The Secret Lives of Robert Cutler.
January 23, 8:45pm
The Wolf Man
January 24 all-day
Over the span of 90 years, banker and philanthropist David Rockefeller collected beetles from around the world, eventually building a personal collection of more than 150,000 specimens. In 2017, his longstanding support for ...
January 24, 7:30am
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 24, 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Gallery Talk: Introduction to the Dark Arts—Ancient Egyptian Magic
January 24, 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Join us for special food and drinks plus some fun nostalgic games to kick off the end of your workday. And don’t forget to bring a friend, misery is not the only thing that loves company. MONDAY through FRIDAY 4pm-6:00pm in the Bar & Lounge
January 24, 5:00pm
The Company of Wolves
January 24, 7:00pm
Sixteen-year-old Olivia hasn’t seen her mother Beatriz in years, but—surprise!—mom just showed up in the middle of the night, with a ...
January 24, 7:00pm
Description Reading & Signing
January 24, 7:00pm
The Company of Wolves
January 24, 7:30pm
Othello
January 24, 8:00pm
LOVE CANON brings their acoustic-roots sensibilities to the electronic-tinged pop hits of the ’80s and ’90s to create Cover Story.
January 24, 9:00pm
Ginger Snaps
January 24, 9:00pm
Comedy with Like 2 Laugh productions every Thursday
January 25 all-day
Over the span of 90 years, banker and philanthropist David Rockefeller collected beetles from around the world, eventually building a personal collection of more than 150,000 specimens. In 2017, his longstanding support for ...
January 25 all-day - January 27 all-day
The wait is over! The Harvard Square Business Association is thrilled to announce the highly anticipated annual Taste of Chocolate Festival. The highlight of this beloved weekend extravaganza is the free Chocolate Tasting Event on Saturday, January 26th from 1 pm – 2 pm. Please join us on Brattle Plaza (in front of Brattle Square Florist at 31 Brattle Street) for heavenly chocolate treats from some of Harvard Square’s most loved restaurants and businesses!
January 25, 7:30am
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 25, 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Join us for special food and drinks plus some fun nostalgic games to kick off the end of your workday. And don’t forget to bring a friend, misery is not the only thing that loves company. MONDAY through FRIDAY 4pm-6:00pm in the Bar & Lounge
January 25, 7:00pm - 9:30pm
In the Mount Vernon Ballroom at the Historic Sheraton Commander Hotel
January 25, 7:00pm
Sixteen-year-old Olivia hasn’t seen her mother Beatriz in years, but—surprise!—mom just showed up in the middle of the night, with a ...
January 25, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes acclaimed author and Harvard Business School professor emerita SHOSHANA ZUBOFF—author of In the Age of the Smart Machine: The Future of Work and Power—for a discussion of her latest book, The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power.
January 25, 7:30pm
Othello
January 25, 7:30pm
The Werewolf vs the Vampire Woman
January 25, 8:00pm
LOVE CANON brings their acoustic-roots sensibilities to the electronic-tinged pop hits of the ’80s and ’90s to create Cover Story.
January 25, 9:00pm
Bruce in the U.S.A. Bruce In The USA is much more than just another tribute...This high-energy musical experience is a note-perfect and visually accurate recreation of a Bruce Springsteen & The E. St. Band show.
January 26 all-day
Over the span of 90 years, banker and philanthropist David Rockefeller collected beetles from around the world, eventually building a personal collection of more than 150,000 specimens. In 2017, his longstanding support for ...
January 26, 7:30am
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 26, 9:30am - 12:00pm
A carefully planned series of exercises will introduce the beginner to the following elements of .....
January 26, 10:30am - 11:30am
Tour (in Korean): Ivory and Global Trade
January 26, 1:30pm
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
January 26, 2:00pm
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 26, 2:00pm
Sixteen-year-old Olivia hasn’t seen her mother Beatriz in years, but—surprise!—mom just showed up in the middle of the night, with a ...
January 26, 2:00pm
Othello
January 26, 3:30pm
The Curse of the Werewolf
January 26, 5:00pm
Session Americana (Boston) is a rock band in a teacup, or possibly a folk band in a whiskey bottle.
January 26, 5:30pm
An American Werewolf in London
January 26, 7:00pm
Sixteen-year-old Olivia hasn’t seen her mother Beatriz in years, but—surprise!—mom just showed up in the middle of the night, with a ...
January 26, 7:00pm
"These concerts can make you happier and smarter. They will also make you realize that yes, indeed, art is ....
January 26, 7:30pm
The Curse of the Werewolf
January 26, 7:30pm
BLUES SUMMIT! Darrell Nulisch returns to the "R bar" Saturday night, January 26 for a very special night of blues with none other than the incomparable Duke Robillard and band. You won't want miss what will no doubt be a soul stirring experience.
January 26, 8:00pm
Session Americana (Boston) is a rock band in a teacup, or possibly a folk band in a whiskey bottle.
January 26, 9:30pm
An American Werewolf in London
January 26, 10:30pm
Tony Award-winner Diane Paulus's celebrated smash hit The Donkey Show, brings you the ultimate disco experience...
January 27 all-day
Over the span of 90 years, banker and philanthropist David Rockefeller collected beetles from around the world, eventually building a personal collection of more than 150,000 specimens. In 2017, his longstanding support for ...
January 27 all-day
Come grab a pitcher, some wings and watch the game with the Beat crew!
January 27, 11:30am
Calling all foodies! We'd love to take you on a Food Tour neighborhood adventure in Harvard Square!
January 27, 1:30pm
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
January 27, 2:00pm
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 27, 2:00pm
Sixteen-year-old Olivia hasn’t seen her mother Beatriz in years, but—surprise!—mom just showed up in the middle of the night, with a ...
January 27, 2:00pm
Othello
January 27, 3:00pm
Choir Concert
January 27, 3:30pm
The Fly (1958)
January 27, 5:00pm
Session Americana (Boston) is a rock band in a teacup, or possibly a folk band in a whiskey bottle.
January 27, 5:30pm
The Fly (1986)
January 27, 7:15pm
Four Year Strong . The first strains of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" filter through the speakers as Four Year Strong take their hometown stage, fully prepared to shred faces, blow minds, and take no prisoners. Alan Day (Vocals/Guitar), Dan O'Conner (Vocals/Guitar), Joe Weiss (Bass), Josh Lyford (Synth), and Jake Massucco (Drums) are Four Year Strong.
January 27, 7:30pm
The Fly (1958)
January 27, 8:00pm
Session Americana (Boston) is a rock band in a teacup, or possibly a folk band in a whiskey bottle.
January 27, 9:30pm
The Fly (1986)
January 28 all-day
Over the span of 90 years, banker and philanthropist David Rockefeller collected beetles from around the world, eventually building a personal collection of more than 150,000 specimens. In 2017, his longstanding support for ...
January 28 all-day
Executive Chef Jason Tom of Night Market invites Sous Chef Tess Judd of Parsnip and Boston Sake front man Todd Bellemy to present a fun evening of handmade udon noodles, snacks, and sweets!
January 28, 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Join us for special food and drinks plus some fun nostalgic games to kick off the end of your workday. And don’t forget to bring a friend, misery is not the only thing that loves company. MONDAY through FRIDAY 4pm-6:00pm in the Bar & Lounge
January 28, 7:00pm
OKBARI Amos Libby (oud, vocals) Amos Libby began his study of Middle Eastern music and oud technique with the late oud master and composer Udi Alan Shavarsh Bardezbanian.
January 28, 7:00pm
The Harvard Square Book Circle, our in-store book club, discusses ELIZABETH HARDWICK's Sleepless Nights.
January 28, 10:00pm
Downbeat Mondays ft Matthew Stubbs Music & the Antiguas...
January 29 all-day
Over the span of 90 years, banker and philanthropist David Rockefeller collected beetles from around the world, eventually building a personal collection of more than 150,000 specimens. In 2017, his longstanding support for ...
January 29, 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Gallery Talk: Corinne Wasmuht’s 50 Heinrich-Heine-Str.
January 29, 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Join us for special food and drinks plus some fun nostalgic games to kick off the end of your workday. And don’t forget to bring a friend, misery is not the only thing that loves company. MONDAY through FRIDAY 4pm-6:00pm in the Bar & Lounge
January 29, 6:00pm
Free Screening! 1933 • dir Lloyd Bacon w/Warner Baxter, Bebe Daniels, George Brent Ruby Keeler, Guy Kibbee, Una Merkel, Ginger Rogers • 89 min • 35mm For this edition of the ongoing ELEMENTS OF CINEMA program, we are delighted to screen this classic Busby Berkeley musical with a special introduction from cinematographer and Emerson professor Shaun Clarke.
January 29, 7:00pm
Description Reading & Signing his new translation of
January 29, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store and the American Constitution Society welcome award-winning scholar and University of Chicago Law School professor JUSTIN DRIVER for a discussion of his new book, The Schoolhouse Gate: Public Education, the Supreme Court, and the Battle for the American Mind. He will be joined in conversation by Harvard Law School professor RANDALL KENNEDY.
January 29, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store and the American Constitution Society welcome award-winning scholar and University of Chicago Law School professor JUSTIN DRIVER for a discussion of his new book, The Schoolhouse Gate: Public Education, the Supreme Court, and the Battle for the American Mind. He will be joined in conversation by Harvard Law School professor RANDALL KENNEDY.
January 29, 7:30pm
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 29, 7:30pm
Othello
January 29, 8:00pm
Mark Simons is an associate professor in songwriting at Berklee College of Music, is a renowned songwriter, composer, and tunesmith, teacher and writer.
January 29, 8:00pm
The Moth StorySLAMs are steadily spreading all over the map, gathering people and stories from all over the country. New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Boston have multiple shows each month. The Moth is open to anyone with a ....
January 29, 8:30pm
1982 • dir Paul Schrader w/Nastassja Kinski, Malcolm McDowell, John Heard, Annette O’Toole, Ruby Dee, Ed Begley Jr. • 118 min • 35mm The last members of a lost tribe of feline/human hybrids meet in modern day New Orleans and some kinky weirdness ensues in this quintessentially 80s film from Paul Schrader.
January 29, 9:00pm
Karaoke open mic night.....
January 30 all-day
Over the span of 90 years, banker and philanthropist David Rockefeller collected beetles from around the world, eventually building a personal collection of more than 150,000 specimens. In 2017, his longstanding support for ...
January 30, 11:00am
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 30, 1:00pm
Featuring a newly commissioned body of work, Liz Magor: BLOWOUT will be the Canadian artist’s first East Coast institutional solo exhibition
January 30, 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Tour: The Architectural History of the Harvard Art Museums
January 30, 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Join us for special food and drinks plus some fun nostalgic games to kick off the end of your workday. And don’t forget to bring a friend, misery is not the only thing that loves company. MONDAY through FRIDAY 4pm-6:00pm in the Bar & Lounge
January 30, 5:00pm - 7:00pm
"Wine Down Wednesdays" at the Bar at Parsnip. Enjoy snacks to pair with your favorite classic cocktail or wine
January 30, 5:30pm
Double Feature with CAT PEOPLE (1942)
January 30, 6:00pm
Join CCAE's Celebrity Chef MasterClass Series with celebrity chefs for an unforgettable cooking and learning experience. Roll up your sleeves and learn cooking techniques side-by-side with our celebrated local chefs
January 30, 6:00pm
The Harvard University Division of Science, Cabot Science Library, and Harvard Book Store welcome distinguished primatologist RICHARD WRANGHAM—Ruth B. Moore Professor of Biological Anthropology at Harvard University—for a discussion of his latest book, The Goodness Paradox: The Strange Relationship Between Virtue and Violence in Human Evolution.
January 30, 6:00pm
The Harvard University Division of Science, Cabot Science Library, and Harvard Book Store welcome distinguished primatologist RICHARD WRANGHAM—Ruth B. Moore Professor of Biological Anthropology at Harvard University—for a discussion of his latest book, The Goodness Paradox: The Strange Relationship Between Virtue and Violence in Human Evolution.
January 30, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes New York Times chief classical music critic ANTHONY TOMMASINI for a discussion of his new book, The Indispensable Composers: A Personal Guide.
January 30, 7:00pm
Description "Brighton and Allston Through Time"outlines a neighborhood of the city of Boston which was once known as Little Cambridge before it became an independent town from Cambridge in 1807.
January 30, 7:00pm
Weightless is the highly anticipated follow-up to Longley’s 2015 self-titled release, which garnered praise from American Songwriter,and Huffington Post.
January 30, 7:00pm
Join Judith Shulevitz and Maxim Pozdorovkin in a discussion of the future of Robots.
January 30, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes New York Times chief classical music critic ANTHONY TOMMASINI for a discussion of his new book, The Indispensable Composers: A Personal Guide.
January 30, 7:15pm
Double Feature with ISLAND OF LOST SOULS
January 30, 7:30pm
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 30, 7:30pm
Nat Turner led a slave revolt that shocked the country in August of 1831.
January 30, 7:30pm
Othello
January 30, 8:00pm
The Soft Moon ‘Criminal’, The Soft Moon's fourth studio album, released by Sacred bones on February 2nd, 2018, is a confessional work.
January 30, 9:00pm
Double Feature with CAT PEOPLE (1942)
January 31 all-day
Over the span of 90 years, banker and philanthropist David Rockefeller collected beetles from around the world, eventually building a personal collection of more than 150,000 specimens. In 2017, his longstanding support for ...
January 31, 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Gallery Talk: Ancient Faces
January 31, 1:00pm
Featuring a newly commissioned body of work, Liz Magor: BLOWOUT will be the Canadian artist’s first East Coast institutional solo exhibition
January 31, 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Join us for special food and drinks plus some fun nostalgic games to kick off the end of your workday. And don’t forget to bring a friend, misery is not the only thing that loves company. MONDAY through FRIDAY 4pm-6:00pm in the Bar & Lounge
January 31, 6:00pm
Aaron Goldfarb joins us with his book Hacking Whiskey.
January 31, 7:00pm
Harvard Book Store welcomes award-winning writer DAISY JOHNSON for a discussion of her debut novel, Everything Under, which was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. She will be joined in conversation by bestselling author MARGOT LIVESEY.
January 31, 7:30pm
In Shakespeare’s most intimate tragedy, director Bill Rauch (All the Way, Fingersmith) explores society’s polarizing struggles......
January 31, 7:30pm
Nat Turner led a slave revolt that shocked the country in August of 1831.
January 31, 8:00pm
Rob Flax is an award-winning multi-instrumentalist, composer, and educator from Evanston, IL with a playful heart and an open mind.
January 31, 9:00pm
Comedy with Like 2 Laugh productions every Thursday