Artists from Boston Lyric Opera’s community engagement department visited Cambridge schools in February to perform excerpts from composer Engelbert Humperdinck’s 1893 “Hansel and Gretel.”
State Rep. Jay Livingstone, a Democrat in the 8th Suffolk District, visits Cambridge constituents from 9:15 to 10 a.m. March 24.
The 89th Annual Academy Awards ceremony is Feb. 26, with Jimmy Kimmel hosting, but the Boston Society of Film Critics beats it with a Feb. 19 event filled with special guests, music and screenings at The Brattle Theatre in Harvard Square – benefiting the ACLU.
State Rep. Jay Livingstone, a Democrat in the 8th Suffolk District, visits Cambridge constituents from 9:15 to 10 a.m. Feb. 23.
Michael J. Johnston will become executive director of the Cambridge Housing Authority on Feb. 6, as Gregory Russ departs to head the Minneapolis public housing system.
Pat Arcand was honored Jan. 6 as part of the Heroes Among Us program, which recognizes people who have made exceptional, lasting contributions to their communities.
Dire Literary Series reading; “Fingersmith”; Philharmonic Funk presents “Under the Cherry Moon”; the No-Pants Subway Ride; and the silent Film “Metropolis” with live music.
“Patriots Day” takes any sense of catharsis the city of Boston has built up over the past few years and tramples it with a single objectively poor decision: adding a fictional character to be one of the story’s great heroes in a true tale that’s full of them.
The City of Cambridge made good on a City Council order from October implementing two experimental, separated bike lanes along short swaths of Massachusetts Avenue – one in Central Square, the other just north of Harvard Square.
Low-income housing doesn’t hurt home values in high-cost areas – except in Cambridge and Boston, according to a widely publicized national housing study. A closer look at the research raises questions about how well the finding reflects reality here, though.