The Regent Hits the Beach With the Steamy Summer Surf Soiree
Ride a wave of nostalgia when the Steamy Summer Surf Soiree surfaces at Arlington's Regent Theatre. This surf rock showcase helps you keep those endless summer vibes afloat with sets by local retro-loving bands Tsunami of Sound and The Beachcombovers. They'll share the stage with The Surfrajettes, an all-ladies psychedelic, instrumental surf band from Toronto, Canada. Keeping the beachy theme going, the party also features both go-go and belly dancers, as well as bikini and Speedo contests.
Buster Keaton Classics Three Ages & Sherlock Jr. With Live Music
There's only one Buster Keaton, the silent comedy maverick whom Roger Ebert once called "the greatest actor-director in the history of the movies." Revel in the early 20th century cinematic mastery of the comic "stone-faced" genius and experience silent cinema as it was originally seen -- in high quality prints, on a large screen and with dynamic live musical accompaniment by Jeff Rapsis, one of the nation's leading silent film musicians -- at this special double feature at Regent Theatre. First up is Three Ages, in which Keaton spoofs historical dramas by seeking true love in three differing epochs. Then it's time for Sherlock Jr., about a small-town movie projectionist who dreams of being a great detective.
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Arlington, MA local information about the Town of Arlington and the local businesses and events. Arlington Massachusetts was founded over 350 years ago and remains proud of its history throughout its growth into a modern community. Arlington is the birthplace of Uncle Sam and the location of the first children's library.
Arlington has preserved many of its historical buildings and its town common which was the site of most of the fighting when the British marched through as they returned from the Old North Bridge at the beginning of the Revolutionary War.
Arlington was once a thriving mill and agricultural town but now hosts commercial development centers. Its access to Metropolitan Boston has made it a very desirable place to live and its diverse population has demanded good schools and recreation facilities which together have made Arlington very attractive to families.