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Innovations of Cambridge Tour; the OpenAir Circus; Boston Roller Derby; Michael Frayn’s “Copenhagen”; and a low-fi rock band bill.
Authorities allege a bank fraud scheme taking thousands of dollars from several Wells Fargo Bank customer accounts.
It’s hurts to contemplate, but maybe leaving is the smartest thing a Boston comedian can do. These incredibly smart comedians did. (But they’re back for a show.)
Despite shock over flash flooding and a tornado in Revere, an order aimed at saving the Silver Maple Forest from development wound up as watered down as the region itself.
The city’s sole proposed medical marijuana dispensary looks to be back on track with zoning, a solid banking arrangement and a meeting Thursday with DPH officials.
The ribbons tied Friday to the fence around the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge seemed to have nearly as many meanings as colors.
“Rhinocéros” by Eugene Ionesco; “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”; “Red-Breasted Swallows in Blueberry Land”; Electro Queer Trans Resisdance; and Cambridge Jazz Festival.
The current “Twelfth Night” is a perfectly pleasant way to lounge on Boston’s lawn, especially for free. But it has a couple of smallish problems.
The city is holding a competition to help craft five acres of new or redesigned open space planned for Kendall Square and East Cambridge.
Porter Square is losing a Rosie’s Bakery and gaining Bagelsaurus and its handmade bagels, which have been called the best in Boston.