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Porter Square is losing a Rosie’s Bakery and gaining Bagelsaurus and its handmade bagels, which have been called the best in Boston.
Each year, thousands of Asian students make their home in Cambridge and need an occasional taste of their native cuisine. And Cambridge delivers.
Harvard Book Store warehouse sale; Games Forum’s play test party; improv painting and music Experience; Calamity #6 variety show; and Cambridge Symphony Pops on the Lawn.
Out of the Blue Gallery founder Tom Tipton thinks he knows where the gallery is headed next, and has funding efforts rolling to make it happen.
Police are asking residents to help identify a suspect in two indecent assaults from the past week.
Family art workshop, Playwrights in Performance at MIT, Todd Barry does crowd work comedy, Amy Kucharik plays Sally O’s, So Brown and Ali McGuirk play Atwoods.
Kitchen Kibitz, the modern Jewish pop-up restaurant, is back at Ole Mexican Grill with chef Erwin Ramos for a unique menu in honor of Cinco de Mayo.
Family-friendly rock; open studios; Bookish Ball and Shakespeare’s Birthday Celebration; Blake Brasher’s Art Party; and Ari & Mia at Passim.
Clover Food Lab is hosting CSA signups Thursday, putting together locals who want to join a farmshare and reps from six Massachusetts farms.
The city’s first freestanding urgent care clinic is scheduled to open April 24 — directly across the street from a primary care practice of Cambridge Health Alliance.