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Boston Night Guide: Harvard Square Nightlife

Guide to nightlife in Harvard Square, including bars, clubs, late night eats and more.

Club Passim

The classic folk club.
Harvard Square
Cambridge

Fogg Art Museum

A Harvard museum, its strengths are in Italian early Renaissance, British pre-Raphaelite, and nineteenth-century French art. The Wertheim Collection features Impressionist and post-Impressionist work. Just off Harvard Square (take the Red Line subway to Harvard Square).
Harvard Square
Cambridge

Harvard University Art Museums

Includes the Fogg and Busch-Reisinger.
Harvard Square
Cambridge

MIT Community Players

East Cambridge
Cambridge

MIT List Visual Arts Center

Contemporary art exhibitions at MIT.
Cambridge

Shadow Boxing Theatre Workshop

Open workshop for developing new scripts and theatrical techniques: open to playwrights, actors, directors. No fee.
Cambridge

Stash's Comedy Jam

Open Mike Comedy 1st and 3rd Sunday Every month with host "Stash".
All Asia Cafe
334 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge
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TangoNow!

Argentine Tango lessons.
Cambridge

The Oriana Consort

"The Oriana Consort is a small choral ensemble performing repertory drawn primarily from the Renaissance and the 20th century. The Consort presents two programs per season: the first is performed twice in early December in Cambridge and in Boston's Back Bay; the second is performed twice in early April, in the same locations."
Harvard Square
Cambridge

Viernes Con Clave Salsa nights

"This Salsa night happens at the Brazilian cultural Center 310 Webster ave. Cambridge. Classic Salsa by DJ Hernan and a monthly Salsa perfomance. 9-10 lesson dance until 2."
Cambridge

Zeitgeist Gallery

"Alan Nidle and Karen Boutet founded Zeitgeist in 1994 with the modest intention of running a traditional neighborhood gallery to showcase local artists, but their mission took a rapid swerve when the art space was immediately adopted as an autonomous zone for creative collaboration by eclectic musicians, artists, performers and filmmakers on the fringe who couldnąt fit into mainstream venues."
1353 Cambridge St.
Inman Square
Cambridge


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