The Evergood Market space, empty for almost a year and a half on Massachusetts Avenue between Harvard and Porter squares, is being held so it can become another neighborhood grocery store.
PARKing Day; Danehy Park Family Day; EMFest, Your Friends Fest 2017 and the Black Market; Cambridge Discovery Day; and the 14th Annual Revels RiverSing.
Last month saw the closing of some prominent Cambridge restaurants and one neighborhood spot that had been serving sandwiches since the 1940s – but the Oxford Spa will return, refurbished and under new management, the property owner promises.
The banners of “We Were Here” are part of a larger public art initiative titled “Common Exchange” designed to showcase the Cambridge Common’s recently completed $6 million renovations and to “celebrate the notion of connectivity and pathway making.”
The “Pooh House,” a beloved jewel of Neighborhood 9, will be torn down in the coming weeks as part of a sewer replacement and repaving scheduled by the Department of Public Works, officials have told Hurlbut Street residents.
The Vermin Supreme Winter Showcase; Poetry Book & Broadside Fair and book sale; Wrap Around Cupcake Reception and more art; “The Sound of Cracking Bones” staged reading; Video Game Orchestra concert, jazz and classical; and Vintage Holiday Film Program.
Emerging Choreographers at Harvard; “The Secret Life of Robots” or author Lee Carpenter reads of great feminists; St. Joseph’s Parish Holiday(!) Bazaar; “Crossing the Atlantic” with the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra; and a Community Chamber Concert.
Restaurateurs citywide don’t have to worry about a ban on wood-fired ovens, city officials said, but that might not save the acclaimed Shepard.
The Evergood Super Market closed permanently weeks ago without any notice, not even a note on the door. All that greets customers is a simple, standard “Closed” sign. What surprises customers more isn’t so much the closing, but its suddenness.
Rock ’n’ Roll Rumble Finals; “Love & Gravity” acrobatic storytelling; Community Sculpture Race and Exhibition; Ninth Annual Bookish Ball and Shakespeare’s Birthday Celebration; and the “Dimensions of Doctor Who” science event.