All Places in ‘Entertainment’

  • AppleCinema

      Independently owned and operated theater shows first-run blockbusters. Recently Installed New Seats and upgraded to Digital Projectors and Dolby Sound System. The only theater in Cambridge with free parking and close to T-Station. Weekly Specials: Watch Newly Released Hollywood Blockbusters only for $4.75 every Tuesday. Don’t miss our Senior read more

  • Asgard Irish Pub & Restaurant

    The Asgard was designed in Ireland with local artists creating a truly one of a kind space. You’ll find ample tables, sofas and chairs to accommodate groups of all sizes. The entire facility is spacious with high ceilings, roomy banquettes and lots of windows that open fully to enjoy warm read more

  • Atwood’s Tavern

    Before you die there is something you should know about us, Lonestar… We accept reservations of 8 or more for the inside space! Reservations for the patio are on a case by case basis. Both are available for larger group reservations (birthday parties, party parties (no populists, unless you’re popular), read more

  • Brattle Theatre

    The Brattle Theatre screens the best in classic, cutting-edge, international, and independent films. Nestled in the heart of Harvard Square, the Brattle is a historic single-screen cinema with a  one-of-a-kind rear-screen projection system. We select as many of our concessions from local vendors, from Cambridge Brewing Company to Christina’s Ice read more

  • Cambridge Artists’ Cooperative

    The Cambridge Artists’ Cooperative is located in Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. CAC is an artist-owned and operated 2 floor gallery of American Fine Craft that showcases the work of over 200 local and nationwide craft artists. Established in 1988 by a group of local artists, the original mission was to read more

  • Cambridge Community Television

    Community Card Deal:

    20 Percent Discount on Access Membership

    What Does CCTV Do? CCTV operates Three local cable channels, 8, 9 & 96, featuring programming produced by Cambridge residents, arts and cultural organizations and City agencies A dynamic, media-rich website, including the Cambridge Media Map and the Cambridge Calendar Hands-on media production and technology workshops, providing access to emerging read more

  • Cambridge Music Consortium

    Lessons at CMC are scheduled directly with the private teacher. Teachers at CMC have independent studios. CMC teachers have their own teaching methods and practices, make their own schedules, policies, and set their own rates. Please visit our teachers’ websites and/or contact individual teachers for information about their studio policies, read more

  • Cambridge Symphony Orchestra

    Cambridge Symphony Orchestra Established in 1975, the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra is a community music organization that provides a welcoming environment for players and audiences through outstanding concerts, events and social action. Our over 80 musicians and audiences hail from Cambridge, Arlington, Somerville, and numerous surrounding communities. Our season includes three read more

  • Central Square Theater

    Central Square Theater is a unique collaboration between two non-profit professional theater companies – The Nora Theatre Company (The Nora) and Underground Railway Theater (URT) – with a combined track record of 50 years of excellence in producing theater and educational programming for the Greater Boston community. URT was founded read more

  • Fresh Pond Ballet School

    Community Card Deal:

    $20. off semester tuition for members. $10. off ten class card for members.

    DIRECTOR AND TEACHER: Nina Rubinstein Alonso is the principal teacher and school director. Trained primarily with Boston Ballet, she performed there and also taught a wide range of classes. Her teachers there included E. Virginia Williams, Bruce Wells, Shana Bereska, Violette Verdy, James Capp and Sydney Leonard. In New York read more