The summer season at Magazine Beach Park kicks off Tuesday with Make Music Boston, a free three-hour music festival.
In an attempt to garner broad input in the search for a new city manager, 19 public focus groups have been scheduled for the eight days starting Thursday.
Off-Mic at Gallery 263; Porchfest music and comedy; “With A New Song’s Measure” staged reading; Second Annual Central Square Steam Family Disco; and Waltz Day dance event.
What seemed at first like an early Wednesday hit-and-run was actually far more: the dragging of a man behind a car after a fight in Central Square.
Friends of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School is partnering with four local Whole Foods Market stores to raise funds for the city’s only public high school.
A special state primary will be held April 12 for the office of state senator for Massachusetts’ First Suffolk & Middlesex Senate District, filling the vacancy caused by the resignation of state Sen. Anthony Petruccelli.
The Vericon science fiction convention; “NOT ART (captured)” exhibition reception; Cirque Us! benefit show; grand reopening of The Museum of Modern Renaissance; and Cambridge Symphony Orchestra presentation of “The Russian Masters.”
Cambridge’s Magazine Beach Park is featured in an exhibit opening Monday at the State House, as well as in a panel discussion there on “Effective Partnerships between Government and Community Groups.”
Lydia Edwards, a candidate for the state Senate seat soon to be vacated by Anthony Petruccelli, plans a campaign meet and greet from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Sunday at 67 Pleasant St., in the Cambridgeport neighborhood.
Multi-unit apartment buildings continue to rise around Cambridge, all with the promise of helping keep real estate prices steady and invariably claiming to be transit friendly. How do the three latest examples of apartment buildings stack up?