Though she doesn’t live in Cambridge anymore – she was priced out in 2004 – Louie Cronin has written perhaps the best breakup note ever in “Everyone Loves You Back,” a novel that publishes Friday.
The Boston indie rock scene is overwhelmingly white. If you’re reading this and this is the first time the aforementioned sentiment has ever crossed your mind, you’re probably white.
Joan H. Parker, of Ash Street, educator, charity fundraiser and widow of mystery writer Robert B. Parker, is dead at 80.
A Korean grocer will fill the Harvest Co-op Market space in Central Square, complete with small food court; Chipotle has a labor image problem; and Harvard has set a date to restart work on its science center in Allston.
When hosting two comedy shows wasn’t enough, Laura Crawford got a third. Unless she suddenly gets over comedy, she’s all over Cambridge.
Three Cambridge startups are among the eight to be featured at Monday’s Web Innovators Group gathering, the 27th such event intended to get tech entrepreneurs and venture capitalists mingling.
It seats about 30, has a stage welded to the top and runs on vegetable oil. And it could be yours. Well, part yours. The 1992 green and […]
“We don’t unwelcome anyone,” said Heather as she motioned me and my Republican photographer to a darkened corner of the bar. “That wouldn’t be very liberal of us,” […]
When I moved to Central Square in 1999, life got exciting. I had my own apartment for the first time and was exploring a new neighborhood on my […]
Heroin is here, and it’s cheap. The people of Inman Square say they can see it every day, in the form of needles left in bathrooms, open-air drug […]