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Four finalists for the chance to develop an open space “framework plan” for in and around Kendall Square make their presentations today and Wednesday, with a winner to be announced in April.
The former bar manager of The Friendly Toast has given his side of a furor from February, confirming the origins of a drink with a controversial name.
The Planning Board is poised to approve a 280-unit Kendall Square residential project Tuesday, after years of delay and uncertainty. But affordable housing advocates have questions, if not demands.
A sweet rambling appreciation of the once-renowned magician known as “The Amazing Randi” gets dressed up in the robes of a “serious” documentary with revelations of a long-running, very personal cover-up.
A 10th-grader from the Community Charter School of Cambridge has won the fifth annual Arlington International Film Festival poster contest.
In crafting its first Arts Challenge, the Cambridge Arts Council has its own challenge: getting tech workers to shut off their computers in favor of attending theater, dance, concerts, art exhibits or comedy.
The Cambridge Redevelopment Authority hosts a public forum at 6 p.m. Thursday to discuss a proposed amendment to the Kendall Square Urban Renewal Plan that follows the recommendations of the K2 Planning Study.
These six seemingly disparate stories range from the quirky to the macabre and unfold with plenty of punch and panache.
It turns out 50 is not too young to feel overwhelmed by the Internet. Even Google knows it.
Blending the Bible and Thomas Hobbes, it’s astonishing that this critical and pointed epic vision of Russian politics has found the light of day.