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An already unpopular plan for East Cambridge’s least favorite building got another hit or two Monday.
As much as Google’s proposed sign for its Kendall Square offices tickled members of the CRA, its designs for a connector building were cause for anger and dire warnings.
The Planning Board unanimously greenlighted development Tuesday of 10 Essex Street, a 46-unit residential development called a “non-auto building” in the heart of Central Square.
The Together electronic music and technology festival returns May 11-18, moving into Boston for its biggest acts.
There is immediate demand for housing for between 500 and 600 MIT grad students and a need to build even more as Cambridge rents soar, an institute working group says in a draft report.
This time the future isn’t in Kendall Square – it’s in Central Square, replacing a gym franchise with a crowdfunded expansion of the danger!awesome laser-etching business.
Clover, the city’s homegrown healthy fast food chain, is a great but terrible place to be for breakfast at about 7:30 a.m. today.
Fetish store Hubba Hubba is back in business – just over a couple of months after closing and a half-mile from its old Central Square location.
A neighborhood grocery store that would accompany the redevelopment of the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse got a bit more square footage in a Planning Board presentation.
The city released its list of Cambridge’s top 25 employers – meaning those with the most employees – Dec. 13. We’re looking here at the top 10.