A neighborhood group gathered and voted seemingly to form a committee urging city officials to reevaluate and fix recently installed bike lanes it felt weren’t addressing traffic-safety goals, similar to the conclusion of an earlier meeting held by a different group.
A shooting at approximately 7:30 tonight sent one victim to a local hopital with wounds to the abdomen. Police remained on the scene investigating near Inman Square.
Fired up by protected bike lanes they feel are hurting local retailers, a group of residents and business leaders are vowing to take over citywide transportation planning by forming a grassroots group.
Biotech has helped transform Kendall Square into what’s been called “the most innovative square mile on the planet” – but, well, why? Why here and not somewhere else? And what’s next?
The diversity of the 16 candidates making it to and through the Ward 6 Democratic Committee-organized full event spoke for itself, though they also fielded a question on protecting at-risk communities, and even more candidates of color were missing from the event.
Parents fearful of the violence that broke out at a Charlottesville, Va., white supremacy march struggled with whether to bring their children to a protest Saturday on Boston Common. One family came up with the perfect way to help the cause while avoiding danger.
Glow Festival; free classical performances; “Radical: Cambridge and Somerville activism in the ’60s and today”; Feminist Fiber Art Exhibit; and the Fourth Annual Cambridge Jazz Festival.
Maurice Abisdid-Wagner was being sought on seven warrants for charges dating back to 2012 when he encountered three Cambridge police detectives waiting for him Wednesday near Fayette Street.
Morningbird at The Plough & Stars; Black Tie Stereo at at The Middle East Corner; This Wild Life at at The Sinclair; Arum Rae at Club Passim; The Thurston Moore Group at The Sinclair; Conor Oberst at House of Blues; and Mamma’s Marmalade at Atwood’s Tavern.
Activists from the 1960s and today and Cambridge and Somerville historians gather for “Radical: Cambridge and Somerville activism in the ’60s and today,” a free event to be held July 29.