While the commercial landscape of Central Square has changed quite a bit in the past decade, its Goodwill store has remained much the same.
A Cambridge native and Harvard sophomore praises the chocolate mice of L.A. Burdick and a seven-season television show set in what might as well be the rural version of Cambridge.
The statue of John Harvard in Harvard Yard is not actually a statue of John Harvard. And it’s pronounced “haah-vahd” — all information you can learn on the irreverent tours founded by former official Harvard tour guide Daniel Andrew.
Carlo Cremonini, 14, international man of mystery — fan of M83, “Downtown Abbey” and Gran Gusto’s Spaghetti alla Vongole.
If you haven’t explored the possibilities of food truck cuisine, this is the weekend to do it. First, there’s a 20-truck festival Saturday in Allston with some familiar faces; and you can come back to Cambridge on Sunday for samplings from five trucks along the river.
A friend and family to the creative finds himself lucky to live in Huron Village — right across from Formaggio Kitchen and its salted oat cookies.
What’s does summer mean for ImprovBoston’s TourCo, which spends most of the year performing comedy at colleges and for corporations all over the Northeast? More ImprovBoston and less touring.
Cambridge encourages its residents to walk or ride their bicycles on the last Friday of every month — Walk/Ride Day. This month it’s an all-day celebration culminating in the annual City Dance Party.
You can get your groove on to the funky New Orleans-style beats, gorge yourself with sweet Caribbean and soul food and enjoy the silent auction and open bar — and help Area IV’s Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House at the same time.
What do two award-winning poets, playwright Molly Smith Metzler and an author who wrote a book popular enough to be on Oprah’s summer reading list have in common?