For many academics, educating people is its own reward. For Cantabrigian Merry White, a professor of anthropology at Boston University and author of “Coffee Life in Japan,” there is Japan’s Order of the Rising Sun.
Harvard Square’s Grafton Street Pub & Grill is extending Sunday’s Cinco de Mayo festivities to a Tequila Tuesday dinner of four seasonal courses paired with tequila cocktails.
The Just Crust Pizzeria – the Harvard Square shop that was an Upper Crust location until the sketchy chain went bankrupt last year – should be open within a couple of weeks with a simple menu filled with some classics and some innovations, including a breakfast pizza and dessert pizza.
Say bye-bye to Pu Pu Hot Pot, a staple for Chinese food and giggles in Central Square for two decades. As of June, you can welcome The Dumpling Room.
If you’re looking for Area Four’s food and are nowhere near Kendall Square, starting April 1 this is what to look for. (And where.)
Monday night saw lines out the door for the 5th Annual Craft Brewers Fest at Ball Square Fine Wines in Somerville, and for good reason.
The city’s Riverfront food truck program is growing this year to NorthPoint park, but food truck operators should move fast to get a slot. The deadline for first-round review of applications is 5 p.m. Thursday.
The folks at the Belly wine bar in Kendall Square are trying something new … and then something else new … and then, finally, something else new.
The Blue Room is reviving its Spaghetti Western Mondays event for one last ride.
A farmers market opens today in the former Central Square Blockbuster space and runs every Wednesday through April 24.