The city launched a Snow Center website today to provide residents with timely updates on the city’s response to winter storms and provide useful storm information that can be viewed quickly and easily in one location.
Voting on the city’s second participatory budgeting process runs from Dec. 5-12, with residents age 12 and older invited to help decide how to spend $600,000 of the city’s capital budget.
The city’s Community Development Department is accepting applications to its 2015-16 Entrepreneurship Assistance Program.
Launch isn’t named after the rented kayaks that will hit the waters of the Broad Canal as part of the restaurant’s view. The 240-seat restaurant is also aimed at activating space for the businesses, conferences and venture capital high rollers in Kendall Square.
There was a fear walking into Danny Boyle’s newest release, “Steve Jobs,” that the film was going to be as calculated as the man it was based on. Luckily, that’s where Michael Fassbender and a cast full of other stellar actors come in.
There’s a car service Cambridge riders can summon with an app that has no surge pricing and even offers a 25 percent discount off the cost of every ride. It’s called the taxi, and the app is called Origa.
A local entrepreneurs are eligible to apply for a four-month program on navigating the fundraising process.
It’s very difficult to understand the City Council’s leadership on regulating taxis and on-demand car services such as Uber and Lyft.
A year after the city started renovations on the City Council’s Sullivan Chamber to improve audio quality, disastrous problems continue to occur. There was no audio for viewers watching Monday’s summer meeting on either the Internet or on cable TV.
The first episode brings together Housing Authority, library and Community Learning Center officials to talk about how broadband affects their constituencies, but future episodes look at innovation in other cities and “broadband as a social justice issue.”