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Preconditioning In Biology And Medicine Mechanisms And Translational Research Conference
Preconditioning In Biology And Medicine Mechanisms And Translational Research Conference is happening on 21 Apr 2015 at University of Massachusetts, Amherst Amherst, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Research & Development industry.

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When: Apr 21, 2015 12 AM to Apr 22, 2015 12 AMin Amherst, Massachusetts (Tue, 21 Apr 2015 00 )
Literacy Volunteers Movie Night

Literacy Volunteers Movie Night: "Mrs. Doubtfire"
Location: Banx Room - Main Library



When: Apr 21, 2015 6 PM to Apr 21, 2015 8 PMin Worcester, Massachusetts (Tue, 21 Apr 2015 18 )
MegaSlam 2015: The Battle for Worcester II: This time it's personal!

Once again, Worcester's myriad poetry organizations are invited to send ONE participant in a battle royale slam where the rules may be arbitrary and anything can happen.
Location: Saxe Room - Main Library



When: Apr 21, 2015 6 PM to Apr 21, 2015 9 PMin Worcester, Massachusetts (Tue, 21 Apr 2015 18 )
Easter Brunch at Tupper Manor
Enjoy Easter Brunch overlooking the ocean at Tupper Manor

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When: Apr 5, 2015 11 AM in Beverly, Massachusetts (Sun, 05 Apr 2015 11 )
3PM Campus Tour Only (No Information Session)
Please note that this listing is for a campus tour only. Admissions Information Sessions are only available at 10AM.

The student-led campus tour lasts approximately 75-90 minutes, and takes visitors around to various parts of campus. Please note that campus tours do not visit laboratories, living groups or buildings under construction. Campus tours depart from Lobby 7. You can register for this tour by clicking the registration button at the bottom of the page. (If you are viewing this on MIT's events calendar, please navigate to the MIT Admissions website to register.)

Groups over 10 people need to make special reservations and should complete the group request form.

Open to: the general public

This event occurs on weekdays through January 30, 2015.

Sponsor(s): MIT Admissions, Information Center

For more information, contact:
MIT Admissions
617-253-3400
admissions@mit.edu

This event is categorized as: campus tours

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When: Apr 15, 2015 3 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Wed, 15 Apr 2015 15 )
Easter Sunday
Easter Sunday

WhenAll day on Sunday, April 5, 2015



When: Apr 5, 2015 12 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sun, 05 Apr 2015 00 )
The Lance Houston Jazz Quintet
Live jazz, 11am-3pm

When: Apr 5, 2015 11 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sun, 05 Apr 2015 11 )
Jewish Culture Night
Join TPSS in celebrating the Jewish culture! Food, cultural presentation, and conversation.
Co-sponsored by LEF/ARCADE. Open to the MIT Community.

Open to: MIT-only

Sponsor(s): Technology and Policy Student Society, ARCADE (Assisting Recurring Cultural Diversity Events), Large Event Fund (LEF)

For more information, contact:
Lauren Seelbach
tpss@mit.edu

This event is categorized as: social, global/international

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When: Apr 16, 2015 7 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Thu, 16 Apr 2015 19 )
21st-Century Statistics at MIT: Inaugural Symposium
The vast amount of data that is available from physical, engineered, and social systems is revolutionizing the field of statistics. This inaugural, two-day symposium, hosted by MIT's new center for statistics, will offer technical presentations by thought leaders in mathematical statistics, machine learning, econometrics, and biostatistics. The symposium will provide the MIT community with a forum for discussing some of the challenges and opportunities that are redefining 21st-century statistics.

Web site: http://statsconf.mit.edu



When: May 14, 2015 8 AM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Thu, 14 May 2015 08 )
Home Sweet Home


When: Jun 13, 2015 2 PM in Falmouth, Massachusetts (Sat, 13 Jun 2015 14 )
Distinguished Speaker Series: Chris Jephson, Director of Learning, Maersk Line
"Creating Global Opportunities"

In the early 1970s when Maersk Line was developing its container-based transport system, world trade was changing irrevocably. The following years saw an unprecedented quantitative increase in world trade, driven largely by production in Asia and supported by the incredible success of the container.

The presentation will highlight some of the key shifts in the company's development from a minor player in liner shipping to the world's largest container operator. The two "spin-off businesses", Maersk Logistics development into Damco and the creation of APM Terminals will also be touched on. The story is illustrated with reference to the changes in world trade, both backward and forward looking.

Web site: http://ctl.mit.edu/events/distinguished_speaker_series_chris_jephson_
director_learning_maersk_line



When: May 5, 2015 12 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Tue, 05 May 2015 12 )
Spring Photo Lecture Series: Larry Fink
Tuesday, April 21, 2015, 2 – 4 p.m.



Larry Fink has been a professional photographer for over 55 years. He has exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of Modern Art, and the San Francisco Museum of Art, among others.

He was awarded two John Simon Guggenheim Fellowships in 1976 and 1979 respectively, and two National Endowment for the Arts, Individual Photography Fellowships in 1978 and 1986. He has taught for over 50 years, the last 25 of which, he has been at Bard College.

Larry has had several books published including: Social Graces (Aperture 1984); Boxing (powerHouse Books 1997); Runway (powerhouse Books 2000); Primal Elegance (Lodima Press 2006); Somewhere There’s Music (Damiani Editore 2006), Attraction and Desire: 50 Years in Photography (The Sheldon Art Galleries 2011), The Vanities: Hollywood Parties 2000-2009 (Schirmer/Mosel 2011), and most recently: The Beats (powerhouse 2014), and Larry Fink: On Composition and Improvisation (Aperture, 2014).

Work from Larry’s newest monograph The Beats, has been shown in Rome, Italy, Paris, France and the Netherlands, with upcoming exhibitions in Bonn, Germany, and Brussels, Belgium.

Recently, Larry has exhibited at Box Gallerie in Bruxelles, Belgium and The Los Angeles County Museum of Art in California. Retrospectives of his work have appeared at the Sheldon Art Gallery in St. Louis, Missouri, the Fahey Klein Gallery in Los Angeles, and throughout Spain.

With work previously appearing in Vanity Fair, W, GQ, Detour, and The New York Times Magazine, Larry now occasionally publishes portfolios with the New Yorker and The New York Times magazine.

Building: Tower
Room: Auditorium
Contact Name: Kristyn Collins
Contact Emailkcollins7614@massart.edu
Contact Phone: 617-879-7503
Sponsor: Graduate Programs, Photography Department
Open to the public: Yes
Disability accommodation: If you need a disability-related accommodation for a MassArt-sponsored event on campus, email Mercedes Evans at mercedes.evans@massart.edu at least two weeks prior to the program date.


When: Apr 21, 2015 12 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Tue, 21 Apr 2015 00 )
Sondheim On Sondheim
When: Jun 20, 2015 8 PM in Lenox, Massachusetts (Sat, 20 Jun 2015 20 )
Yeehaw! - Elizabeth Colour Wheel - Macaulay Sulkin - Californian Sleepovers
04.21.15 Tue
Yeehaw!
Elizabeth Colour Wheel
Macaulay Sulkin
Californian Sleepovers

O'Brien's


8pm Doors
18+
$5

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When: Apr 21, 2015 8 PM in Allston, Massachusetts
Cost: $5.00 (Tue, 21 Apr 2015 20 )
It's On Us Team Challenge
Do you like working in teams to think analytically and solve problems? Do you like Hackathons, Case Competitions, or Debate Tournaments? Do you want to think about how to end sexual misconduct and make MIT a safer, more supportive community for people of all genders? Do you want to win prizes for your brilliant ideas?

We want to hear what YOU have to say.

This is your opportunity to develop and present innovations of all shapes and sizes, including: marketing/education campaigns, policy recommendations, business plans, mobile/web applications, and more.

Sexual misconduct on campus is a vast, complex issue, and no one person or group can solve it alone. Take the Challenge. Join the Movement. Please register in advance on the Event web page. In the Student Center April 3rd-4th. 7-11pm on Friday (W20-201, West Lounge), continuing 8am - 9pm on Saturday April 4th (W20-308, Coffeehouse). All meals will be provided for participants from delicious Jules Catering and Crema Cafe!

Web site: http://tinyurl.com/t3amChallenge



When: Apr 4, 2015 8 AM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Sat, 04 Apr 2015 08 )
Babysitting Training & CPR Certification Class for Teens
Babysitter Training

The Babysitter’s Training is a course designed for 6th-9th grade students, ages 11-15, interested in becoming responsible babysitters.

Get hands-on training with an certified instructor and learn all about:

    • Characteristics of children
    • Basic care such as feeding, changing and holding
    • Supervising and playing with children
    • Accident prevention
    • Proper emergency response
    • Basic first aid for common injuries and illnesses

CPR & AED Training for Adults, Children, and Infants

Students receive:

  • Babysitter’s Handbook
  • Family interview forms
  • All materials for this course
  • AHA CPR Certification Card which is valid for 2 years
    (upon successful course completion)

This class costs $80 per student, and must be paid in full before participating in class. Checks can be made payable to "Nevins Memorial Library".

Please note that this is a full day class. Please come prepared with a bagged lunch!

This class is presented by When Seconds Count, Inc.
Location: Garden Room



When: Apr 21, 2015 9 AM to Apr 21, 2015 4 PMin Methuen, Massachusetts (Tue, 21 Apr 2015 09 )
Choice of Major Dinner - Course 12
First-year students are invited to attend the dinner to meet Course 12 faculty and current majors. Please RSVP to Vicki McKenna (vsm@mit.edu) or Roberta Allard (allard@mit.edu)

Open to: all Freshman

Sponsor(s): Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences (EAPS)

For more information, contact:
Vicki McKenna
617-253-3380
vsm@mit.edu

This event is categorized as: social, science/engineering

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When: Apr 2, 2015 6 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Thu, 02 Apr 2015 18 )
Baseball vs MCLA (away) @ Joe Wolfe Field - North Adams, Mass.
Williams vs MCLA

When: Apr 21, 2015 4 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Tue, 21 Apr 2015 16 )
Lisa Fischer
Anyone who’s seen Lisa Fischer on stage with the Rolling Stones, Sting, or Chris Botti, or in last year’s Oscar-winning documentary film Twenty Feet from Stardom will know well her astonishing range, flawless intonation, and casual mastery of the stage. But before joining the elite of session and stage backing vocalists, Lisa was an acclaimed recording artist in her own right and the winner of a 1991 GRAMMY Award for Best Female R&B Performance for her hit single “How Can I Ease the Pain.” In his Minneapolis Star–Tribune review of a September 2014 performance, Jon Bream described Lisa Fischer’s voice as “a wondrous instrument that can seamlessly blend classical, jazz, soul, gospel, rock and folk into the same song and sometimes the same sentence…She mesmerized, haunted and seduced with nuance, dynamics and remarkable inventiveness.”

When: Apr 5, 2015 7 PM to Apr 5, 2015 9 PMin Boston, Massachusetts
Cost: $39.00 - $61.00 (Sun, 05 Apr 2015 19 )
Danielle Raad Master of Science Thesis Seminar
Danielle Raad Master of Science Thesis Seminar

Open to: the general public

Sponsor(s): Chipman Room

For more information, contact:
Nathaniel Berndt
3-3300
chipmanroom@mit.edu

This event is categorized as: departmental seminar

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When: May 6, 2015 4 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Wed, 06 May 2015 16 )
Classic Artistry


When: May 17, 2015 1 PM in Whitinsville, Massachusetts (Sun, 17 May 2015 13 )
Home Sweet Home


When: Jun 13, 2015 6 PM in Falmouth, Massachusetts (Sat, 13 Jun 2015 18 )
April Vacation Activity: Prints Charming: Printmaking!
Use Belle's hand blocked wallpapers in the Oriental bedroom as inspiration to make a work of art. Frame it with a wooden frame that you hand decorate with printmaking or hand stamping. Geared towards ages 8 and above, accompanied by an adult. Reservations are required by April 17.



When: Apr 21, 2015 12 AM to Apr 21, 2015 12 AMin Holyoke, Massachusetts
Cost: Admission $12 general / $10 members * contact the Venue listed below for ticketing information (Tue, 21 Apr 2015 00 )
Aidan Carroll
Age Limit: All Ages

Aidan Carroll



When: Apr 5, 2015 8 PM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sun, 05 Apr 2015 20 )
AMS | Arthur Bahr | "Denouement: Speculating on Sir Gawain's 'Endeles Knot'"
Spring 2015 AMS Colloquium Series
Ancient & Medieval Studies uses a wide variety of subjects drawn from a number of disciplines that provides a curricular framework for exploring topics in ancient and medieval studies which range from the history of ideas and institutions to that of material artifacts, literature, and certain of the original languages. The program spans the 6,500 years between 5000 B.C. and 1500 A.D. http://ams.scripts.mit.edu

MIT Literature Professor Arthur Bahr will discuss "Denouement: Speculating on Sir Gawain's 'Endeles Knot'" at an Ancient & Medieval Studies Colloquium.

Web site: http://lit.mit.edu/?p=5161



When: May 6, 2015 5:15:00 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Wed, 06 May 2015 17:15:00 )
Classic Artistry


When: May 16, 2015 1 PM in Whitinsville, Massachusetts (Sat, 16 May 2015 13 )
Once Upon a Time - 4 events


When: Apr 16, 2015 11 AM in Watertown, Massachusetts (Thu, 16 Apr 2015 11 )
Graphic Novel and Comic Book Club

NEW! For elementary-age, independent readers
We’re starting a new group for graphic novel and comic book fans (or those who want to be)! We’ll start with a short activity and then break into groups for crafts, games and fun. Snacks provided. No registration necessary.



When: Apr 21, 2015 4 PM to Apr 21, 2015 5 PMin Somerset, Massachusetts (Tue, 21 Apr 2015 16 )
Hung-Tzu Chu

Bachelor of Music viola recital by Hung-Tzu Chu, student of Dimitri Murrath.



When: Apr 21, 2015 8 PM in Boston, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Tue, 21 Apr 2015 20 )
Max Jury
When: Apr 21, 2015 9 PM in Hopkinton, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit website for price range. (Tue, 21 Apr 2015 21 )
Men Are From Mars Women Are From Venus Beverly
When: Jun 5, 2015 8 PM in Beverly, Massachusetts (Fri, 05 Jun 2015 20 )
MIT Infinite Dimensional Algebra Seminar
MIT Infinite Dimensional Algebra Seminar

Representation theory of BPS quivers - II

BPS quivers are a very special (yet humongous) class of quivers with potentials. The study of the representation theory of these algebras leads to very pleasant surprises. In this talk we are going to discuss relations with cluster algebras and formulate a conjecture relating the number theoretical properties of the algebras underlying the BPS quivers with the properties of the corresponding cluster algebras. Based on joint works with Sergio Cecotti.

Web site: http://math.mit.edu/~yisun/infdim/index.html



When: Apr 3, 2015 3 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Fri, 03 Apr 2015 15 )
Fourplay
DJs: Alix Alvarez, Randy DeShaies, CS
Genres: House, Techno
9:30pm | $10 | Downstairs | 21+
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Alix Alvarez


Randy DeShaies



When: Apr 5, 2015 12 AM in Boston, Massachusetts (Sun, 05 Apr 2015 00 )
RJCF Young Leaders: Launch Party!
Do you have plans for Easter Sunday? Didn't think so!Come to the RJCF Young Leaders Launch Party! Have fun, meet new people, share your ideas. Dance, eat, and celebrate Passover! 
18 to party / 21 for L'Chaim$12 tickets in advance | $18 at the door (cash or Venmo)  All proceeds benefit the Boston-Sderot project.BE PART OF SOMETHING NEW AND EXCITING#thisishowwejewit RJCF Young Leaders promote access to educational, networking, and social opportunities for young Russian Jewish adults in the Greater Boston area.

 



When: Apr 5, 2015 5 PM to Apr 5, 2015 9 PMin Boston, Massachusetts (Sun, 05 Apr 2015 17 )
Partnerships in Clinical Trials
Partnerships in Clinical Trials is happening on 21 Apr 2015 at Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC) Boston, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Business Services industry.

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When: Apr 21, 2015 12 AM to Apr 24, 2015 12 AMin Boston, Massachusetts (Tue, 21 Apr 2015 00 )
Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing is happening on 21 Apr 2015 at Seaport World Trade Center Boston, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Computer Hardware & Software industry.

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When: Apr 21, 2015 12 AM to Apr 23, 2015 12 AMin Boston, Massachusetts (Tue, 21 Apr 2015 00 )
It's On Us Team Challenge
Do you like working in teams to think analytically and solve problems? Do you like Hackathons, Case Competitions, or Debate Tournaments? Do you want to think about how to end sexual misconduct and make MIT a safer, more supportive community for people of all genders? Do you want to win prizes for your brilliant ideas?

We want to hear what YOU have to say.

This is your opportunity to develop and present innovations of all shapes and sizes, including: marketing/education campaigns, policy recommendations, business plans, mobile/web applications, and more.

Sexual misconduct on campus is a vast, complex issue, and no one person or group can solve it alone. Take the Challenge. Join the Movement. Please register in advance on the Event web page. In the Student Center April 3rd-4th. 7-11pm on Friday (W20-201, West Lounge), continuing 8am - 9pm on Saturday April 4th (W20-308, Coffeehouse). All meals will be provided for participants from delicious Jules Catering and Crema Cafe!

Web site: http://tinyurl.com/t3amChallenge



When: Apr 3, 2015 7 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Fri, 03 Apr 2015 19 )
Matthew E. White - Wilsen
This event is 18 and over
Matthew E. White


On Dec. 24, 2013, Matthew E. White could not fall asleep in his childhood bedroom. The Richmond singer, bandleader and modern soul visionary had returned to his parents' home in Virginia Beach for the holidays. During the previous 18 months, he'd toured Europe and America extensively, played Primavera and Glastonbury, performed at The Hollywood Bowl and the Sydney Opera House, and even staged a live rendition of his surprise-hit debut, Big Inner, with a band of 30 members. Big Inner earned five stars in The Guardian and a spot on its year-end list, plus those of Pitchfork, eMusic and Consequence of Sound. But White hadn't rested or seen his family very much. At last, he was excited to do both.
The insomnia, though, didn't stem from childlike anticipation of early-morning presents. Actually, White hurt too much to sleep. Not long after he arrived in Virginia Beach, he developed a sudden case of shingles, the stresses of the last year-and-a-half rendering themselves in painful physical form. So while his parents visited his grandmother and his sister celebrated with her own family just a few blocks away, White spent Christmas Eve alone in his childhood double bed.
But that was OK, as the break gave him the chance to consider the bizarre turns his life had taken—that is, how he went from making a solo record by accident to embracing a solo career so busy it had made him sick.
"For the first time, I remember thinking, 'What just happened?'" he says, laughing long after the shingles have passed. "I thought about all the places I went, the people I played to, the people who cared about my record and felt moved by it. That was the craziest year of my life by miles and miles—and the hardest and the most exciting, too."
To backtrack, briefly: In 2009, White and a cadre of friends developed the idea of Spacebomb Records, an old-fashioned label and production house meant to turn the tunes of songwriters they liked into grandiose, graceful statements. They had in-house strings and horns and a choir at their behest, too. Collectively, the musicians possessed a wide, working knowledge that could pivot from the gusto of New Orleans to the verve of Detroit, from tube-amp rock to hi-fi pop. Sure, people like to talk about White's past with jazz or his love of classic American songcraft. It's telling, however, that as a high school student, he interned at Master Sound, the hometown studio that Pharrell Williams eventually turned into the epicenter of his empire.
To demonstrate the Spacebomb ideal, White and his wide cast recorded a few songs he'd pieced together, hoping mostly to show other songwriters how the system would work. But those cuts became Big Inner, the record that Uncut termed "one of the great albums of modern Americana" and caused Paste to proclaim that White was one of music's "best new bands." Tours, interviews, photo shoots and, well, the shingles followed.
While White spent Christmas Eve considering what had happened, he already knew what was going to happen next: When the holidays ended, he would begin turning the bits and bobs of song ideas he'd collected on tour into his second album, bolstered by the validation of welcome he'd found in the wider world.
If the first album had been serendipity, every step of this one was to be deliberate, from his co-writing sessions with longtime friend and former bandmate Andy Jenkins to his steady arrangement brainstorms with the trusted Spacebomb house band—bassist Cameron Ralston, drummer Pinson Chanselle and guitarist Trey Pollard, who co-produced the subsequent recording sessions with White. There were timelines and deadlines, detailed discussions about who would mix the music (New York staple Patrick Dillett) and the many stories the songs would share. The result is the audacious, confident and masterful Fresh Blood, a record that feels like the brilliant bloom to Big Inner's striking bud.
Fresh Blood is a bracing, beguiling record and a bold advance for White. Opener "Take Care My Baby" is his step-into-the-light moment, a sophisticated but instantly winning soul number where love becomes a panacea for woe. That enthusiasm crosses over for "Fruit Trees," a smiling, seductive number where White—his voice traced and teased by horns, strings and harmonies—begs for a paramour to "let me sleep in your tent tonight."
Sometimes these situations don't go well, though, which White confesses during "Feeling Good is Good Enough." It's a breakup song in ecstatic pursuit of temporary carnal relief. And while it's got nothing to do with love, lust or leaving, the sassy "Rock & Roll is Cold" radiates the aplomb of an artist who has stumbled into success and taken charge of the circumstances. White's having fun, trading lines with backup singers and saxophones alike, teasing components of the gospel, soul and rock form that shape the very backbone of the music he makes. This is White's party, and he's a most welcoming host.
That same spirit presides during the set of more solemn and pointed songs that serve as Fresh Blood's core. For White, one lesson of Big Inner and the tours that followed was that he wanted to be able to believe in his songs every night, to know that the words he sang were more than vehicles for memorable melodies.
"I didn't like singing 'Steady Pace' every night. It was too light. It didn't age well for me," he says. "My peers and I sometimes have a lack of concern and awareness for the world around us—culturally, politically, socially. We are in danger of being lulled to sleep by our culture's excess. I'm not writing political songs yet, but I've tried to at least write songs that have to do with the variety and reality of our lives."
And so, at the record's center, White delivers a trilogy of beautiful reflections on the world as he sees it. An agitated but elegant excoriation of sexual abuse in the church, "Holy Moly" rages like a missing midpoint between Neil Young's Harvest and Tonight's the Night. "Tranquility" meditates on the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman, a consummate artist whose dual force and frailty has long resonated with White.
And in "Circle 'Round The Sun," a look at the suicide of a dear friend's mother, White finds one of the most exquisite moments of balance in his entire career. It is a love song written from the perspective of the recently departed, calmly exploring a tumult of conflicting loyalties—to Jesus, to family, to life, to death.
"Wading in the water, Lord, keep my son and daughter," White sings, at once gentle and resolved over steady and soft piano and drums. "Put your arms around me, Jesus, tonight."
At the risk of heresy, Fresh Blood feels as comfortable and fraught as those lines and that song. Simultaneously recognizing the trouble and delight that life can bring, these 10 numbers are guides for times of joy, agony and the middle distance where we most often linger. After only two albums, Matthew E. White feels now like an old friend who has seen what we've seen, heard our stories and done his best to make a record that gives them necessary gravity. That way, when we lay awake at night considering our own pain or worry, we've got new anthems to keep us company.
Domino will release Fresh Blood worldwide on CD, LP and digitally March 15, 2015.

When: Apr 5, 2015 9 PM in Allston, Massachusetts
Cost: $12 advance / $14 day of show (Sun, 05 Apr 2015 21 )
Revocation, Black Crown Initiate, Sexcrement and Special Guests Coagul
When: Apr 5, 2015 8 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit website for price range. (Sun, 05 Apr 2015 20 )
Sonata Night: Cello and Piano Sonatas - After the Wars

Collaborative piano students partner with other instrumentalists to explore the wonderfully intimate world of the duo sonata. Faculty member Pei-Shan Lee coaches NEC students from the collaborative piano and the instrumental departments in an evening of postwar duos for cello and piano.

Program:

Samuel Barber: Sonata for Cello and Piano, Op. 6 (1932)
Eunice Kim, cello, Yiwen Lai, piano

Sergei Prokofiev: Sonata for Cello and Piano, Op. 119 (1949)
PeiYao Guo, cello, Jiyung Lee, piano

Benjamin Britten: Sonata for Cello and Piano, Op. 65 (1961)
Rainer Crosett, cello, Stephanie Mao, piano  



When: Apr 21, 2015 6 PM in Boston, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Tue, 21 Apr 2015 18 )
The Beehive Celebrates Easter Sunday with Jazz
WHAT: On Sunday April 5th, 2015 The Beehive is celebrating Easter Sunday with a two-course prix fixe brunch, live jazz performances all day long, and a special Easter egg hunt made complete with a visit from the Easter Bunny himself! From 9:30AM to 3:30PM, guests can indulge in a two-course prix fixe brunch beginning with items such as Italian Easter Egg Drop Soup (Stracciatella) or Smoked Trout Crostini before indulging in the main event with choices that include Eggs Benedict with Ham, Spinach or Short Ribs and Easter classics such Roast Leg of Lamb and Quiche with Spinach, Roasted Tomato, Gruyere & Goat Cheese. The two course meal is $45 per person and includes choice of coffee or tea (tax and gratuity not included). For kids ten and under, The Beehive has a “Little Bee’s Kids Menu” ($18) to order from before they scurry off to partake in the annual Easter egg hunt or take a photo with the Easter Bunny from 9:30AM to 3:30PM. Throughout the afternoon guest’s brunch will be complemented by the smooth sounds of the Steve Kirby Trio from 9:30AM to 1:00PM followed by the Fernando Huergo-Yulia Musayelyan Trio from 1:30PM to 3:30PM. For the late risers, The Beehive is serving Easter Dinner from 5:00PM-10:00PM from an à la carte menu, including Uni Crusted Grouper with braised collard greens, and green tabasco ($32), Duck Au Poivre with schmaltz fried rice and mustard pickles ($28) Roast Ham and Leg of Lamb and Lamb Shepard’s Pie with whipped parmesan potatoes and root veggies ($24). All day long guests can get in the spirit with signature cocktails such as the Beehive Bloody Mary ($11), Queen Bee with Skyy vodka, fresh grapefruit, St. Germaine and champagne ($13), Valentino Martini with Ketel One vodka, blood orange, and passion fruit ($12) and the Spiced Pear Collins made with gin, spiced pear puree, lemon, and soda ($12). All evening long guests can jam out to live jazz performances beginning at 5:00PM wth Liz Tobias. From 8:00PM to 12:00AM, The Beehive’s “Sunday Night Blues Series” will round off the night with an all-star house blues band led by 25-year musical veteran keyboardist and producer, Bruce Bears. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made by calling The Beehive at (617) 423-0069 or visit www.beehiveboston.com. WHERE: The Beehive, 541 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116 | P. 617.423.0069 WHEN: Sunday, April 5th, 2015. Open 9:30AM to 1:00AM. Brunch: 9:30AM – 3:30PM, Dinner: 5:00PM to 10:00PM. COST: Prix Fixe brunch is $45 for adults, $18 for children 12 and under. À la carte dinner specials. MUSIC: 9:30AM-1:00PM: Steve Kirby Trio 1:30PM-4:30PM: Fernando Huergo-Yulia Musayelyan Trio 5:00PM-8:00PM: Liz Tobias 8:00PM-12:00AM: Blues on Sunday with Bruce Bears INFO:No cover charge, cash bar. Reservations recommended. MENU: 2 Courses $45 $18 Children 10 & Under Brunch First Course Italian Easter Egg Drop Chicken Soup (Stracciatella) Baked Tomato Soup with Grilled Cheese Croutons Organic Granola, Fresh Berries, Greek Yogurt, Honey Beehive Wedge Salad, Bacon, Snow Peas, Blue Cheese Vinaigrette Spring Lettuce Salad, Artichokes, Dijon Vinaigrette Candied Garlic Spare Ribs Tuna Tartare, Harissa, Pickled Saffron Shallots, Lemon Brunch EntrÉes Eggs Benedict with Artisanal Ham, Short Rib or Spinach Scrambled Eggs with Asparagus & Forraged Mushrooms Eggs Shakshuka with Poached Eggs, Zucchini & Polenta Roast Beef Hash with Eggs Thick Cut French Toast with Maple Syrup & Fresh Berry Compote Quiche with Spinach, Roasted Tomato, Gruyere & Goat Cheese Cauliflower Lasagna, Arugula, Pomodoro Sauce Swordfish Niçoise Salad +5 Roast Leg of Lamb, Mint Sauce, Spring Peas & Whipped Potatoes +$5 Skirt Steak & Egg Frites with Mustard Jus & Greens Beans +$5 Little Bee’s Scrambled Eggs & Toast Eggs Benedict Chicken Dinos & Frites Pasta with Butter Kiddie French Toast (Kid’s portion of most any entree is available)

When: Apr 5, 2015 9 AM to Apr 5, 2015 3 PMin Boston, Massachusetts (Sun, 05 Apr 2015 09 )
SLS - Test Event
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The Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets have been contributing 0.59 +/- 0.20 mm/yr to global mean sea level since 1992. In the late 1990s, Greenland's fastest outlet glacier, Jakobshavn Glacier, began to flow faster into the ocean at the same time the West Greenland Current appeared to suddenly warm, based on summer CTD surveys along the coast, suggesting that ice discharge was controlled by ocean-induced melting at the glacier terminus. To investigate this, we collected in situ observations of fjord water properties near the marine terminus of Jakobshavn Glacier from 2009 to 2013. We confirmed that most of the 800 m tall face of the glacier terminus is exposed to water masses known to have warmed in the 1990s. However, although the glacier has relentlessly accelerated and retreated since the late 1990s, the fjord water properties have not remained uniformly warm. Indeed, in summer of 2010, the fjord temporarily cooled to temperatures last present in the 1980s. Besides showing that the glacier is not controlled inter-annually by ocean temperatures, this isolated anomaly showed that this fjord is renewal at least annually, despite the shallow sill at its entrance. Numerical modelling suggests the glacier itself drives this renewal: in summer, subglacial meltwater enters the fjord at depth and drives an overturning circulation that drives all the fjord basin water over the sill in about one month. Fjord waters thus track the external waters inter-annually. Using in situ observat

Web site: http://eaps-www.mit.edu/paoc/events/sls-carl-gladish-miteaps-ocean-bo
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When: Mar 10, 2016 12:10:00 PM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Thu, 10 Mar 2016 12:10:00 )
Tamagawa Daigaku Taiko and Dance Group
The Tamagawa Daigaku Taiko and Dance Group, led by a Kabuki master, has been touring around the world since 1961. With growing numbers of fans, they have been invited to the Philadelphia Cherry Blossom Festival every year since 2003, and tickets for their appearances in New York have been sold out for every performance since 2010. During their 2015 U.S. tour, they will perform in Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and New York in addition to Boston. Admission: $20 / $30 / $40

When: Apr 5, 2015 3 PM in Boston, Massachusetts
Cost: $20-$55/Person (Sun, 05 Apr 2015 15 )
Sugar Plums Dance Class (4-7 years)

During our drop-off only enrichment classes, your little dancer is exposed to music and movement while learning basic fundamentals of a classroom setting. Dancers are led through a series of stretches, games, and exercises with the help of various props and a real ballet barre! They will lengthen their attention span, gain independence, and learn classroom etiquette such as taking turns and standing in line, all while developing gross motor skills, improving coordination, increasing balance, and building confidence and self-esteem. The benefits of dance for your little one are many! No prior dance experience is needed. Appropriate for boys and girls

Sugar Plum Dance/Theatre Class (4 yrs - 7 yrs)

Instructor: Ashley

Day:  Mondays, March 2nd- April 20th (8 weeks)

Time: 5:00-5:45

Price: $165/1 child - $75/sibling



When: Apr 5, 2015 7 PM to Apr 5, 2015 10 PMin Charlestown, Massachusetts (Sun, 05 Apr 2015 19 )
Build-a-Sher and Other Dance Sets Workshop with Steve Weintraub
Internationally acclaimed dancer and teacher Steve Weintraub - often called the "Pied Piper of Yiddish dance" - will lead students in exploring and demystifying the iconic Jewish square dance, the sher. Participants will learn the elements that constitute the form and then create a special Yidstock sher. They will also consider other set dances (dances done in formation and favoring floor patterns over footwork) such as the couples bulgar, runde, and patsh tants. With live accompaniment by accordionist Lauren Brody. Part of the 2015 Yidstock: The Festival of New Yiddish Music.

When: Jul 18, 2015 1 PM to Jul 18, 2015 2 PMin Amherst, Massachusetts
Cost: 0 - 10 USD (Sat, 18 Jul 2015 13 )
Lomir Zingen! Yiddish Song Workshop, with Asya Vaisman Schulman
Learn Yiddish songs old and new—including love songs, children's songs, songs about food, and even songs about crows—with Asya Vaisman Schulman, director of the Yiddish Book Center’s Yiddish Language Institute. Song lyrics will be provided in transliteration, so no prior knowledge of Yiddish is required. Musical accompaniment provided by Brian Bender. Part of the 2015 Yidstock: The Festival of New Yiddish Music.

When: Jul 19, 2015 10 AM to Jul 19, 2015 11 AMin Amherst, Massachusetts
Cost: 0 - 10 USD (Sun, 19 Jul 2015 10 )
Horticulture Workshops at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is hosting horticulture workshops and landscape lectures. There are open studios for visitors to explore their own creative, artistic process every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. In January, it’s a Sculpture Lab to turn sketches into sculptures. Museum hours: Open daily from 11 am to 5 pm and Thursdays until 9 pm. Closed Tuesdays. • Admission: Adults $15; Seniors $12; Students $5; Free for members, children under 18, everyone on his/her birthday, and all named “Isabella” • $2 off admission with a same-day Museum of Fine Arts, Boston ticket • Info Line: 617.566.1401 • Box Office: 617.278.5156 • www.gardnermuseum.org The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum—a work of art in totality—is at once an intimate collection of fine and decorative art and a vibrant, innovative venue for contemporary artists, musicians and scholars. Housed in a 1902 building, modeled after a 15th century Venetian palazzo, and a 2012 wing, designed by Renzo Piano, the Museum provides an unusual backdrop for the viewing of art. The Collection galleries installed in rooms surrounding the verdant Courtyard contain more than 2,500 paintings, sculptures, tapestries, furniture, manuscripts, rare books and decorative arts featuring works by Titian, Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Raphael, Botticelli, Manet, Degas, Whistler and Sargent. Visit the Gardner Museum online at www.gardnermuseum.org for more about special exhibitions, concerts, innovative arts education programs, and evening events.

When: Apr 4, 2015 11 AM to Apr 4, 2015 4 PMin Boston, Massachusetts (Sat, 04 Apr 2015 11 )
Sampling MIT
Unique exhibition of changing displays connecting visitors with a wide range of current MIT research.

Web site: http://mit.edu/museum/exhibitions/samplingmit/index.html



When: Mar 8, 2016 10 AM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Tue, 08 Mar 2016 10 )
Sampling MIT
Unique exhibition of changing displays connecting visitors with a wide range of current MIT research.

Web site: http://mit.edu/museum/exhibitions/samplingmit/index.html



When: Mar 9, 2016 10 AM in Cambridge, Massachusetts (Wed, 09 Mar 2016 10 )
Talk: "What To Do with What We’ve Found: A Blueprint for the Yiddish Book Center’s Next Great Adventure" with Aaron Lansky
As the Yiddish Book Center turns 35, founder Aaron Lansky offers an exciting preview of our latest plans. Highlights include an audacious strategy to place the greatest Yiddish library ever assembled at the fingertips of every computer, tablet, and smartphone user on the planet; a plan to train young people to translate the 98 percent of Yiddish books currently inaccessible to English readers; and game-changing educational programs designed to deepen, re-energize, and reimagine contemporary Jewish culture. Part of the 2015 Yidstock: The Festival of New Yiddish Music.

When: Jul 19, 2015 4 PM to Jul 19, 2015 5 PMin Amherst, Massachusetts (Sun, 19 Jul 2015 16 )

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