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The sculpture at Kendall/MIT Station, known as the Kendall Band, enabled commuters on both sides of the track to create musical sounds.

The sculpture at Kendall/MIT Station, known as the Kendall Band, enabled commuters on both sides of the track to create musical sounds.

grab coffee and house-baked breakfast pastries—like mini cinnamon rolls ($1.50 for 3), maple-bacon bread ($2.25), or craquelin (sugar-cube-stuffed brioche, $2.50) at Area Four.

grab coffee and house-baked breakfast pastries—like mini cinnamon rolls ($1.50 for 3), maple-bacon bread ($2.25), or craquelin (sugar-cube-stuffed brioche, $2.50) at Area Four.

Taste the future of New England cooking at Inman Square’s Puritan & Company. Chef Will Gilson reinvigorates forgotten regional classics like Irish boiled dinner (corned beef and cabbage), anadama bread (a nineteenth-century cornmeal-and-molasses bread from Cape Ann), and even Moxie soda, an 1870s Lowell invention that now shows up in his lamb-belly appetizer ($16). Locally caught fish get clever makeovers playing on the state’s immigrant flavors, such as pastrami swordfish ($13) or…

Taste the future of New England cooking at Inman Square’s Puritan & Company. Chef Will Gilson reinvigorates forgotten regional classics like Irish boiled dinner (corned beef and cabbage), anadama bread (a nineteenth-century cornmeal-and-molasses bread from Cape Ann), and even Moxie soda, an 1870s Lowell invention that now shows up in his lamb-belly appetizer ($16). Locally caught fish get clever makeovers playing on the state’s immigrant flavors, such as pastrami swordfish ($13) or…

Established in 1985, the List Visual Arts Center (LVAC) is the contemporary art gallery of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (it was preceded by the MIT Hayden Gallery, in a different building). The LVAC is internationally recognized for the 4-6 exhibitions it presents each year in its 6,000-square-foot (560 m2) galleries, which are open to the general public. Admission is free to all, as are most events sponsored by the LVAC, including family-friendly hands-on art workshops.

Established in 1985, the List Visual Arts Center (LVAC) is the contemporary art gallery of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (it was preceded by the MIT Hayden Gallery, in a different building). The LVAC is internationally recognized for the 4-6 exhibitions it presents each year in its 6,000-square-foot (560 m2) galleries, which are open to the general public. Admission is free to all, as are most events sponsored by the LVAC, including family-friendly hands-on art workshops.