Michael Klein, author of “then, we were still living”, charms the crowd with expressive readings of several of his poems at the Blacksmith House Poetry Series sponsored by the Cambridge For Adult Education yesterday.
Choreographer Peter Pucci teaches students and local residents modern choreography and critiques their technique during a master class held yesterday in the Harvard Dance Center.
Dave Zeltzerman reads passages and discusses his book, Caretaker of Lorne Field, which deals with the ninth generation of a family who has weeded Lorne Field for nearly 300 years.
Students debate immigration policies and issues in the Adams Lower Common Room yesterday. Some students shared personal narratives about their experience and how their opinions have been influenced.
In his lecture, "Brain Candy: How Desserts Slow the Passage of Time", Bill Yosses, White House Executive Pastry Chef, speaks about and demonstrates the physical reactions behind some of his exotic dessert dishes. As part of the public lecture series of the new Science and Cooking class, Yosses wowed the audience with his chocolate mousse, flavored marshmellow, and interesting opinions about the food world.
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