Fresh on the heels of opening the first section of the Grand Junction Path in Kendall Square for bicyclists, walkers, joggers and inline skaters, the city is putting money down in North Cambridge for land intended to be another crucial section of path.
Picking up a year after we left our favorite fish in “Finding Nemo,” and 13 years since the film itself, “Finding Dory” pales in comparison but packs more than enough laughs, spectacle and lessons learned to swim by without tarnishing Pixar’s track record.
A “hip and trendy” 150-room hotel and restaurant is coming to the fast-growing Alewife area, with plans to open its doors in September. The brand goes to Boston next, but already has its seventh U.S. location in nearby Medford.
There’s plenty of reasons to presume “Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping” won’t work, but in spite of the hurdles (or maybe because of them), it’s a resounding comedic success, with good-natured humor and a pop-music skewering lens.
“Me Before You” could have been a lovely little film, and there are moments it’s genuinely moving and well-acted. The problem is that employing the old “physically disabled person would rather die than live with said disability” trope is a dicey, tricky, icky road to travel.
“Neighbors 2” might not achieve the comedic heights of its predecessor, but it demonstrates a remarkable ambition – it understands it can make jokes that are inclusive, don’t offend any underrepresented group and can still be funny.
In “The Nice Guys” we’re hanging out in a Los Angeles where the neon buzz of “Boogie Nights” meets the corruption of “L.A. Confidential” – and darkly funny auteur Shane Black has decided Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling will get us through the night.
It’s been in the works for years – perhaps too many. The game, once the hottest thing you could have on your iDevice, has become today’s “Asteroids.” That and logic aside, here it comes, just what we all needed, the “Angry Birds” in their very own movie.
The good news about the latest Marvel project to land on the screen is that it’s livelier and more entertaining than the other “Avenger” offerings – even if this one technically waves the “Captain America” banner.
The City Council voted 8-0 to approve zoning that would allow a medical marijuana dispensary near Harvard Square. The quest for a dispensary by Sage Cannabis began in November, and is far from over.