Two very different art receptions; Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven play; an Owl Prowl around Fresh Pond Reservation; the Belmont World Film Family Festival’s day at The Brattle; and the “Star Struck” Story Slam.
The bidirectional bike lane on Brattle Street has company in controversy since Kensho Technologies has alerted residents and visitors to its new digs overheard by erected a giant, intensely bright, electric blue neon sign identifying it by name.
The city survived with little damage from the “bomb cyclone” winter storm that struck Thursday, but the effects will be felt for days. The biggest danger? Being out among potentially dangerous gusts of wind worsening expected lows of -2 tonight and -6 on Saturday.
Up to 15 inches of snow are being talked about from the winter storm due to hit early Thursday, the results of the “bomb cyclone” that will last at least from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. with intense “ice, rain, strong winds and tidal flooding” also expected.
A lot happens in the course of a year in a densely packed city of 105,162 people with high-profile industries, clashing interests and significant class disparities. From standing up for the vulnerable to deceiving people who come here to do business, here’s a rundown.
The Cambridge Community Electricity program remains open for residents and businesses who want to save money on electricity and boost renewable sources of power.
Holiday Open House and Winter Solstice Farewell to Fall; Cirque Us! performance; Beyond Tabletop Game Jam; holiday concerts in brass and strings; and Frozen Chanukah ice skating.
Musical instruments for the high school, resource kits for the homeless and the planting of 100 trees were among the winning projects in the city’s fourth Participatory Budget process, announced Tuesday.
Trees could protect Cambridge from the worst effects of climate change. New data show we’re losing them.
Photographer and video artist LaToya Ruby Frazier spent a dozen years on a project documenting the effects of industry on Braddock, Pa., and its environment and people. But it was an easy investment of time to make; it’s her hometown.