Women get to grill the incumbents and challengers for the Second Middlesex District Senate seat and 26th Middlesex District House seat at an Aug. 31 roundtable on “Uplifting Women Workers & Families,” about a week before their Democratic primary Sept. 8.
With forecasts showing temperatures in the the high 80s and low 90s at least until schools open Sept. 6, it’s still a good time to get familiar with Keep Cool, a mobile-friendly website launched in early August by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council.
The upcoming 77th season of Cambridge-based Masterworks Chorale will be led by three guest conductors – one of whom will go on to be the Chorale’s next music director.
The 19 members of the Preliminary Screening Committee for a new city manager have been chosen, including four city councillors.
More than seven years after city officials recognized climate change as a crisis and held a Climate Emergency Congress, a second climate congress is scheduled to explain residents’ part in it all.
State health officials reported Thursday that two mosquito samples from a trap in West Cambridge had tested positive for West Nile virus, underlining last month’s move by the state to raise the risk of infection to “moderate” in the city.
“The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) [Revised]”; Fight Night at Dilboy; THHT Presents: Hip Hop Evolution and Pass The Soul II; Boston Fuzzstival 2016; and SomerStreets’ Seize the Summer!
A Black Lives Matter rally planned for Thursday will focus not just on violence to people of color nationwide, but on the gentrification of Cambridge and stubborn achievement gap in city schools.
There are two days left in the iCan Bike Program, which teaches people with disabilities how to ride bikes – a particularly good skill to have in bike-crazy Cambridge and Somerville.
Free, open-air salsa dancing; “1776” by the MIT Gilbert and Sullivan Players; Kids Rock Kids; Ignite! Global Street Food & Fire Festival; and Summer Jam BBQ + Zine Reading.