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Along with beer, sake, and snacks and a week of free beginner classes, there’s a glimpse of nearly 25 years of accumulated aikido skills in action.
More than 200 people gathered at University Park Common to watch the Germany beat Argentina in the once-every-four-years World Cup Final.
The weekend’s final two World Cup games are watchable in a warm, sunny setting on a screen that’s probably bigger than yours.
Cambridge Rindge and Latin and Matignon High School girl’s hockey players have teamed up to take the ice this month for the Metro team for the Bay State Games.
Lesley University senior Mike Kaufman could have the best slam-dunk in college basketball, but it’s going to take daily votes on Facebook to find out.
Time is running out to register to play Major League Bocce, but it’s obvious participants won’t have to practice too much before their match ups. For one thing, everyone makes the playoffs.
Three athletes from a Central Square studio – including a full-time Massachusetts Institute of Technology student – are in Bali for a three-day international martial arts competition.
Rock climbers have another two full days of free use at the newly opened Brooklyn Boulders Somerville, the 40,000-square-foot climbing club – combined, uniquely, with innovation office space – near Union Square in Somerville.
Cambridge has been recognized as a gold-level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists. Mayor Henrietta Davis will accept the award at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the Cambridge Main Library just before the Cambridge Bicycle Committee’s “Sweet Ride.”
Cambridge Athletic Hall of Fame nominations must be in by May 15 for a Oct. 19 ceremony, which will be held at Walker Memorial Hall at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.