The variety shows “Thought Bomb” and Ginny Nightshade and Will Smalley’s “The Getaway”; second annual Salsa Squared celebration; sixth Run & Ride at CambridgeSide; and second Cambridge Jazz Festival.
A 14-acre development in Kendall Square will almost certainly get more affordable housing than its currently drafted 10 percent. Many officials pushed Monday for 20 percent, 25 percent or more; the current citywide requirement is, in practice, 11.5 percent.
The city, state, real estate developers Leggat McCall Partners and five local residents and neighbors have agreed to settle the outstanding claims in a lawsuit about redevelopment of the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge.
Police arrested Michael Flaherty, 28, of South Boston, in Braintree on Saturday because they believe him to be the robber of the East Cambridge Citizens Bank shortly before 1 p.m., just a few hours earlier.
A singer-songwriter from Portland, Ore., and country duo from Providence perform Wednesday for lumbersexual groupies and fans of good old country duets.
The City Council fretted about affordable housing percentages and contemplated a sky-high tower Monday beginning initial discussions for the zoning of the John A. Volpe National Transportation Center land parcel in Kendall Square.
Volunteers are sought to serve on a Foundry Advisory Committee that will advise and provide regular updates to the city manager and Cambridge Redevelopment Authority on proposed uses within the Foundry building.
The sharing economy, which shakes up the concept of ownership and employment through the application of new technologies, gets a look this weekend at a free “Making the Sharing Economy Work for Everyone” panel.
Judge Robert Foster of the Massachusetts Land Court ruled on a critical point of law in favor of Legatt McCall Properties, the developer poised to buy the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge and redevelop it into a 20-story office tower.
Here’s what the fight boils down to and why it matters, according to one plaintiff, and why this is a bigger issue than just one crappy old former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse. You be the judge.