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The owner of the legendary, long-closed ManRay nightclub has all but given up hope of reopening after its eight-year absence.
West Bridge in Kendall Square lost its outdoor bar Tuesday, at least for now – more than a year after opening it with promises it would be for food, not drink.
The Wellesley-based Roche Bros. Supermarket chain is interested in bringing its Brothers Marketplace to town, an alderman says.
What worked in Harvard Square with Curious George is about to be tested in Boston’s Faneuil Hall as entrepreneur Adam Hirsch opens a Make Way for Ducklings store.
Parking rates are doubling to $2 per hour after 6 p.m. in Central Square, a change taking place immediately at five city lots there.
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.
A 24-hour Clover Food Lab restaurant for Central Square won approval Tuesday from the License Commission, with the city‘s police chief abstaining from a vote.
Haystack Mobile, an app that lets people trade public parking spots for money, has a official launch Thursday, but not everyone is happy about it.
Crumbs Cupcake is done, but it doesn’t mean cupcakes are over.
The sale of assets at Groton’s John Crow Farm will almost certainly be used to pay a Bankruptcy Court trustee, the bankrupt partner and U.S. Department of Agriculture.