The “Human Library” is coming to Cambridge, but first the Cambridge Public Library and Cambridge Community Television are asking people to volunteer as “Human Books.”
The protected bicycle lane on Cambridge Street will remain in place and stay largely as is, officials said Monday, a disappointment to citizens who complain it is unsafe and hurts businesses – and to councillors who also thought they were seeing simply a bike lane concept test.
Boston Bike Party’s Winter Games; “Something Wicked” improvised Shakespeare; “La Zombiata: A Zombie Opera Love Story”; School of Honk Annual Fat Sunday Dance Party; and Odds Bodkin’s telling of “The Odyssey: Belly of the Beast.”
Cambridge is getting its own #MeToo conversation, but not because accusations of sexual harassment or sexual assault have come to light locally.
The fatal shooting that took place Nov. 16 in Inman Square has a suspect: a Cambridge teen.
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.
Cambridge will hold its first Servicemembers and Veterans Appreciation Week from Nov. 6-11. Activities on select days of the week will include health checkups, social gatherings and a Veterans Day Observance.
Cambridge police are seeking help finding a missing 14-year-old girl.