The final Cambridgeport Neighborhood Association meeting until September is planned for 7 to 9 p.m. June 8.
The 15-acre riverfront Magazine Beach park got an official boost this week with a City Council request for municipal government to become a partner in its rehabilitation and “make a substantial investment” in the next phase of improvements and ongoing maintenance.
The Cambridge Police Department’s 2017 Neighborhood Sergeants Program kicks off with a community meeting for Cambridgeport residents at 6 p.m. April 19 at the Cambridge Public Library’s Central Square Branch, 45 Pearl St.
A citywide public meeting about the realignment of Interstate 90 is planned for April 13.
A citywide public information meeting about the realignment of Interstate 90 across the river in Allston – a project slated to begin in 2019 – is planned for March 30 by the Cambridgeport Neighborhood Association.
“Shoes” with live benshi performance and musical accompaniment; Saturday Morning Cartoons; Rock Benefit for the Arts; Planned Parenthood Benefit: Off Mic! Comedy; and Mozart, Ravel, Jongen, Child classical performance.
A changing of the guard in the local music biz will be held March 5 at Pagu, with legendary jazz booking agent Fred Taylor on hand, as well as a sentimental farewell to the Western Front reggae club.
Out of the Blue Benefit Show & Tarot Reading; Poetry Brothel; 17th annual Lizard Lounge Open Mic Main Event; two comedy events benefiting the ACLU; and a “Carnival of the Animals” family concert by the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra.
BCMFest of Irish, Scottish, Cape Breton and other Celtic music; Glowberon with Johnny Blazes and Brian King; Art exhibits and receptions for “Death & Technicolor” and “M/othering”; Laughing Liberally; and the “Tickets, Please” Mass Mouth Story Slam.
Neighborhood concerns about traffic patterns, noise abatement and access surrounding 2019 reconstruction the Massachusetts Turnpike will be addressed at a Jan. 19 meeting