After a few blistering comments from citizens about new bike lanes, city officials apologized Monday for rollouts that seemed to happen too quickly and without enough public outreach.
The film, premiering Friday at a semi-formal event at the Putnam Avenue Upper School, weaves together the stories of generations touched by the church since it opened its doors a century ago as a spiritual refuge for immigrants.
Rumors that city councillor Nadeem Mazen opted out of a reelection campaign to run against U.S. Rep. Mike Capuano have turned out wrong – as proven by an invitation posted Friday to attend his announcement to run for the seat of retiring U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas.
JuggleMIT and the JuggleMIT Circus Show; The Boston Festival of Indie Games; What the Fluff? Marshmallow Festival; Pop-up Concert with Mary Bichner in Mount Auburn Cemetery; and Dumpling Festival at The Central Flea.
Some details are coming into focus that make it clear the advantages Michael Scelfo will have by taking over the space of the ousted Cafe Algiers, rather than filling already empty restaurant space in the surrounding Harvard Square.
Frustration is so high over the city’s sluggish pace on putting in place outdoor-lighting laws that a city councillor suggested returning to the version written by a citizen long ago, undoing an extensive official process that took place in the years since.
The toxic atmosphere around charter schools in Massachusetts was largely absent from a School Committee election forum this week, but criticisms of public school failures around race and academic achievements were prominent.
A band climbing out of a van to headline The Sinclair? There’s little special about that – except that when Wire does it this month, it’ll mark 40 years since the band got its start.
Harvard is doing solid work solidifying its public image as an institution dedicated to perpetuating institutions. If its leaders wanted to ensure personification as a rich, white, conservative prig puffing on cigars and plotting in a back room, this was a very good week.
PARKing Day; Danehy Park Family Day; EMFest, Your Friends Fest 2017 and the Black Market; Cambridge Discovery Day; and the 14th Annual Revels RiverSing.