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“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 far, the conversation about the reconstruction has erroneously been framed as a showdown between bikes and parking. In reality, the redesign is an opportunity to exemplify the […]
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.”