A winter storm warning for is in effect for Cambridge and surrounding areas from 4 a.m. Monday to 7 a.m. Tuesday, with expected snow accumulation of 4 to 8 inches locally.
Before Sage Cannabis can sell medical marijuana in a below-ground retail space between Harvard and Central squares, it has to sell city officials and residents on why it’s a good idea.
The typically two-hour gatherings at which councillors go in-depth on issues have been barred from broadcast, although the rule has been debated by the council over at least the past three terms, with occasionally silly results.
The 10th annual Great Burlesque Exposition or Satanic Birthday Bacchanalia; free superhero storytelling for kids; 8th annual “Some Like it Hot” Chili Cook-off; JuggleMIT Circus Show; and National Choreography Month Boston final performances.
RentHop, an apartment search website with three former Massachusetts Institute of Technology students among its key staff, has done a deep dive into Cambridge’s OpenData platform and come out with an fascinating look at ticketing last year.
Standout street artist and surrealist Percy Fortini-Wright is curating “Black History Matters 365,” a seven-artist exhibit opening Thursday at a Lesley University gallery.
Will the former City Sports space in Porter Square become a speakeasy? The world’s biggest Popeyes fried chicken fast food restaurant? A Hot Topic that saves black lipstick aficionados the travel time to Braintree or Saugus?
The Homes for Families charity makes its annual request for state funding Thursday with an honor for an elected official it identifies as a great champion of housing and homelessness issues: state Rep. Marjorie Decker, Cantabrigian and former city councillor.
NorthPoint is getting mainly minor tweaks as responsibility for its development switches to DivcoWest after a $291 million purchase in August from Canyon Partners Real Estate, but a larger central park is proposed. Another developer wants an East Cambridge CVS.
The Zinc luxury apartment building is just one of many developments citywide, but especially in East Cambridge, bringing renewed interest and urgency to the work of the city’s Outdoor Lighting Ordinance Task Force.