Businesses in Harvard Square worry they’ll be further hurt by a contractor’s request for an additional six hours a day through June to make noise – going until midnight, potentially seven days a week.
“Restructured” feminist art exhibit reception, and other art events; International Pop Overthrow music fest; You Gotta Be KidNME! family and children’s concert; an Afternoon with Henry David Thoreau; and Dance Complex Teaching Artists & Student Concert.
Police are asking residents to be aware of their surroundings after a woman reported an assault at around 10:15 p.m. Tuesday at Putnam Avenue and Green Street, in the Riverside neighborhood.
The growth, coming in the January festival’s 15th year, “will enhance the BCMFest experience for performers and audiences,” said Sean Smith, a festival organizer, “while retaining the character of BCMFest as a grassroots community event.”
Supporters of the women behind the closed restaurant River Gods called the actions of the License Commission “disgusting” and “not cool, guys” at the end of a hearing that found Jackie Linnane and Caroline Enright still caught in a trap of the commission’s making.
Fired up by protected bike lanes they feel are hurting local retailers, a group of residents and business leaders are vowing to take over citywide transportation planning by forming a grassroots group.
The hot potato of campaign finance reform got tossed back to the City Council with what seemed like a game-winning flourish by City Solicitor Nancy Glowa.
Cambridge is losing The Comedy Studio to Somerville, where the comedy club plans to open in spring in Bow Market in Union Square – a former storage space being turned into a complex of more than 30 small storefronts for food, retail and the arts.
Photographer and video artist LaToya Ruby Frazier spent a dozen years on a project documenting the effects of industry on Braddock, Pa., and its environment and people. But it was an easy investment of time to make; it’s her hometown.
Cambridge Symphony Orchestra tuba player Bill Whitney took on a second role for Sunday’s performance of Mahler’s dramatic Symphony No. 6 in A minor: building the Mahler Hammer and Mahler Box, a unique combined instrument needed to do the piece right.