“Strange Days” short plays; the Port Sounds Music Festival; “Magnetic” film premiere at BUFF; Diamond Rug at The Sinclair; and “Doñagdeo: Mapping the Unseen” art experience.
A bicyclist died this afternoon in the Cambridgeport neighborhood in a collision with a container truck. The victim has been named as Marcia Deihl, 65, a singer/songwriter and political activist.
The MBTA is going through a rough time, but solutions to delays and breakdowns seem elusive. One obvious (albeit small) opportunity for improvement is redesigning Pearl Street. So […]
If there’s anything that makes trudging through more snow sound worth it, it’s a free dessert buffet. But the offer of a table full of mystery desserts isn’t all that’s coming Monday.
Teenagers from Duxbury-based Crossroads for Kids spent Jan. 17 honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with work at the Cambridgeport Baptist Church.
Pearl Street needs to be redesigned as a livable corridor that includes raised intersections, wider sidewalks, a one-way protected bike lane and safe, welcome bus stops with bumped-out curbs.
A Cambridgeport synagogue has until Jan. 8 to make peace with neighbors who suffered bee stings and swarms from four rooftop hives last summer, a chance the congregation has embraced.
Boston International Kids Film Festival; new play “Proclamation 2: Radicals”; new musical “Castle Garden”; Calamity #8 art variety show; and Cambridge Symphony Orchestra’s Mahler.
The history of Magazine Beach, the city’s second-largest park, gets a look in an exhibit at the Cambridge Arts Council’s Gallery 344.
Too bad you’re not in Grades 1 through 3 at the Cambridgeport School. B.J. Novak sold out his Thursday reading in Harvard Square of “The Book With No Pictures.”