Live Music in Streetcar Suburbs

Midway Café

In addition to hosting a kick-ass dyke night (Thursday), a Grateful Dead–themed 'hippie hour' (Friday), and a regular Sunday open mic, this queer-friendly rock and punk bar books some of Boston’s finest independent …
Live Music in Streetcar Suburbs

Great Scott

A music palace for rock and indie. Get up close and personal with the bands, hang out with them after sets and buy them some beers. The sound system is not perfect and the bathrooms are nasty, but this is where you …
Jazz in Streetcar Suburbs

Scullers Jazz Club

This club books some big names, but the setting lacks the grit you might hanker for in a jazz club. It feels like it's inside a Doubletree Hotel – which it is!
Live Music in Streetcar Suburbs

Brighton Music Hall

This reincarnation of Harpers Ferry is now owned and operated by Crossroads (the force behind the Paradise Rock Club and House of Blues), which bodes well. The cavernous space attracts great local bands, cool world-…
Live Music in Streetcar Suburbs

Paradise Rock Club

Top bands rock at this landmark club – like U2, whose first gig in the USA was on this stage. Nowadays, you're more likely to hear the likes of the Del Fuegos, Los Compesiños, Trombone Shorty, and plenty of Boston b…
Cinema in Streetcar Suburbs

Coolidge Corner Theatre

An art-deco neighborhood palace, this old theater blazes with exterior neon. Inside, view select Hollywood hits, cult flicks, popular independent fare and special events. Fifty cents of every ticket sale goes to the…