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.
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.
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.
Let the sudden difficulty getting restaurant reservations and influx of black gowns serve as a reminder this year not just that Harvard is graduating a new class, but that Cambridge gets a gift for having hosted it: free two-day admission to the Harvard Art Museums.
Off-Mic at Gallery 263; Porchfest music and comedy; “With A New Song’s Measure” staged reading; Second Annual Central Square Steam Family Disco; and Waltz Day dance event.
Our metro area has been responsible for plenty of changes that have reshaped the world – but can it retain its position as an innovation world leader? A five-person panel will examine the question Thursday at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
If ever Cambridge’s Multicultural Center were to live up to its name, it’s Wednesday, when a band of performers from nine countries come together to perform songs inspired by jazz, R&B, flamenco, Turkish folk, Armenian folk, and Brazilian and Indian music.
A conflict that began brewing inside a Central Square nightclub boiled over early Sunday as the area’s clubs closed, leading to gunfire in a nearby parking lot as disgorged crowds went to to find their cars and head home, police said.
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 new production from CRLS Dance/Works; the Seventh Annual Film Shift Film Festival; Eighth Annual Citywide Cambridge Arts Open Studios; Tiny Tall Ships Festival; Third Annual OnStage Arts Marathon; and 33rd Annual Mayfair.