Tuesday, January 03, 2012

TUES 1/3: Dinosaurs & Rock

Richard James & The Name Changers, every Tuesday in January at Church
It's funny, but I didn't see much cheapness for tonight.

For a couple dollars more than the CTB limit, the BCAE is offering several $12 single-session classes tonight, tomorrow, and Thursday. Of course, it's easier to register online.


TUES 1/3

7pm to 8:30pm
CafeSci: "Dino Cafe"
at Middlesex Lounge, 315 Mass Ave, Cambridge (Central Sq)

Feat: Prof. Michael D'Emic

Cafe Sci is a semi-regular gathering where the crowd usually watches a segment from NOVA's "ScienceNow", then a scientist is there to talk about it -- mainly to answer questions and discuss it in a 'jargon-free' environment.

Tonight's topic is "How did dinosaurs get so big?" Dr. D'Emic was part of a team that recently discovered some insight to the massive size of some dinosaurs, so he's not just the average expert.

Some lucky folks will leave with Nova shwag of some kind...

TUES 1/3

Richard James & The Name Changers
at Church, 69 Kilmarnock St, Boston (Fenway)
FREE / 21+

Although it seems to be down this morning, MySecretBoston is a rather informative Boston entertainment/leisure site. They even sponsor free/cheap nights of music like this January residency.

For those who didn't go skiing on the weekend, Church will be the spot for funky, jam-bandish rock every Tuesday this month. There will be an opening act every week, but I couldn't find the schedule.

It's free, and you will feel warmer when you're dancing.

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