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Plastic bags are no friends to the environment, but Cambridgeport artist Michelle Lougee transforms them into nature itself.
Discussions of a development being called Mass+Main and a look at the year-old Central Square Cultural District are at the top of the agenda for a Nov. 21 meeting of the Cambridgeport Neighborhood Association.
The campaign of Jefferson R. Smith for Cambridge City Council has announced a 4 p.m. Tuesday meet and greet event at the Lyndon B. Johnson Apartments in Cambridgeport.
See what the women of science fiction and fantasy are doing. Hear the songs of the Mediaeval Baebes and a world-premiere Anthology. Laugh more at “Hamlet” than ever, and more appropriately. Make your way to the Maker Faire. And Experience the funniest science since the Ig Nobels.
To kick off the school year with a reminder of the values of bridge-building and reflection, the Cambridgeport School dedicated a combination garden planter and bench designed by parent Alex van Praagh.
Marcos Colono has been found guilty in connection with a 2010 Cambridge home invasion and sentenced to some 85 years in prison, Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone said today.
Marcos Colono, 32, of Cambridge, is charged with a 2010 home invasion, rape and stabbing – and a similar incident two years earlier in Brighton.
Jay Livingstone follows Nils Tracy into the special election for state Rep. Marty Walz’s seat in the 8th Suffolk District, which includes Cambridgeport and parts of Area IV and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
City councillors are making a gun buy-back program just the start of anti-gun efforts in Cambridge, and giving a neighborhood a potentially official way to change its less-than-official name.
Residents from Area IV don’t want to be from Area IV anymore, city councillor Denise Simmons said – meaning they want to formally rename their neighborhood. Simmons has a policy order for Monday’s council meeting asking the city manager to start the process.