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Afternoon

Adolphus Busch Hall

James Wetzel at Harvard Art Museums

March 5 @ 12:15 pm - 12:45 pm
FREE

James Wetzel, music director at St. Vincent Ferrer Church in Manhattan, will perform. Recitals are performed on Harvard’s famous 1958 D. A. Flentrop organ. Audience members are invited to lunch quietly while listening. Free admission Presented by the Harvard Organ Society in collaboration with the Harvard Art Museums and Memorial Church.

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Strangers on a Train at the Brattle Theatre

March 5 @ 4:45 pm
$9 – $12

One of the greatest ‘perfect murder’ tropes of all time – two strangers exchange crimes in an effort to misdirect discovery – comes from the Patricia Highsmith novel that Hitchcock and his collaborators adapted for this thrilling film. A foolish tennis player (Granger) meets a charming but sinister man (Walker) on a train and the […]

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Strangers on a Train at the Brattle Theatre

March 5 @ 4:45 pm
$9 – $13

One of the greatest ‘perfect murder’ tropes of all time – two strangers exchange crimes in an effort to misdirect discovery – comes from the Patricia Highsmith novel that Hitchcock and his collaborators adapted for this thrilling film. A foolish tennis player (Granger) meets a charming but sinister man (Walker) on a train and the […]

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Evening

The Khufu Boat at Harvard Semetic Museum

FREE

Free Public Lecture Bob Brier, Senior Research Fellow, Long Island University In 1954, Egyptian archaeologist Kamal el-Mallakh discovered a 144-foot ship buried next to the Great Pyramid of Giza. The Khufu boat—one of the oldest-known planked vessels from antiquity—was interred in honor of Khufu, the pharaoh who built the Great Pyramid. Bob Brier will discuss […]

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The Second Kind of Impossible

Paul J. Steinhardt presented by Harvard Book Store

FREE

About The Second Kind of Impossible When leading Princeton physicist Paul Steinhardt began working in the 1980s, scientists thought they knew all the conceivable forms of matter. The Second Kind of Impossible is the story of Steinhardt’s thirty-five-year-long quest to challenge conventional wisdom. It begins with a curious geometric pattern that inspires two theoretical physicists […]

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Artist Talk at Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts

EJ Hill, the 2020 Josep Luis Sert Practitioner, will present a public talk on his work. Hill's practice incorporates painting, writing, installation, and performance in ways that seek to elevate bodies and amplify voices that have long been rendered invisible and inaudible by oppressive social structures. ​This multifaceted approach often stems from an endurance-based performance practice […]

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Dial M for Murder at the Brattle Theatre

March 5 @ 7:00 pm
$9 – $12

Greedy playboy Ray Milland plots to rid himself of his beautiful and rich but tiresome wife (Kelly). Though he develops a clever mode of murder, a stopped watch foils the plan and he must launch into a desperate gamble to protect himself from discovery.

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Joanne McNeil at Harvard Book Store

March 5 @ 7:00 pm
FREE

About Lurking In a shockingly short amount of time, the internet has bound people around the world together and torn us apart and changed not just the way we communicate but who we are and who we can be. It has created a new, unprecedented cultural space that we are all a part of—even if we […]

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Session Americana band

Session Americana at Club Passim

March 5 @ 8:00 pm
$23 – $25

Session Americana (Boston) is a rock band in a tea cup, or possibly a folk band in a whiskey bottle. This band/collective of talented musicians craft an musical experience unlike any other. On stage is a collapsible bar table wired with microphones, a vintage suitcase recast as a kick drum, an old Estey field organ, a […]

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