In a bid to catch up to competitors, Cambridge’s arthouse cinema in Kendall Square is adding beer and wine and dangling the possibility of theater upgrades as a result.
The License Commission’s approach to policy reform for restaurants that serve alcohol hasn’t just alarmed those businesses. Now the City Council has moved to put the process on hold and get a say in what happens, though the law may say it gets none.
A Dorchester man has been charged with a gunfire incident after an argument at a Central Square nightclub.
The loss of artists in Cambridge has reached a crisis point, say city councillors trying to grant resident artists a one-point advantage in the formula to apply for rentals in lower-income inclusionary housing – but the conversation has been temporarily set aside.
Police were called to the Putnam Avenue Upper School on Friday for a fight between two teens, with administrators calling it related to a new playground that gets crowded after school hours.