- Arts + Culture
It’s too late to be the first to love The Avett Brothers. Your new darling plays Tuesday at Atwood’s Tavern, and its name is Buffalo Stack.
A plan to give more power to the City Council over large projects in two city neighborhoods died Monday in a 5-3 vote.
Opponents of a zoning petition didn’t offer alternatives to concerns over three large developments, but did talk about changes to Planning Board processes.
Don’t listen to the alarmists. Summer isn’t over. To prove it, you might want to get takeout of that most summery of foods, a lobster roll, and eat it outside in the sunny days that remain.
Innovations of Cambridge Tour; the OpenAir Circus; Boston Roller Derby; Michael Frayn’s “Copenhagen”; and a low-fi rock band bill.
After nearly three hours of public comment on plans for the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge, a decision looks two months away.
The ribbons tied Friday to the fence around the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge seemed to have nearly as many meanings as colors.
The city is holding a competition to help craft five acres of new or redesigned open space planned for Kendall Square and East Cambridge.
Seth Teller, a neighborhood activist and professor of computer science and engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, died Tuesday.
The Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge got one step closer to redevelopment Saturday with the transfer of 220 prisoners.