Sunday’s Cambridge Half Marathon – at 13.1 miles, the first race event of the size held in the city – will result in significant traffic delays, in particular in areas along a course route stretching from East Cambridge into Belmont.
The Housing Division of the city’s Community Development Department will hold rental and homeownership information sessions from 6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 3 in North Cambridge.
The third and final debate of the presidential season – though with Donald Trump involved, it’s less presidential than some – is Wednesday, and a few Cambridge and Somerville institutions have stepped up to watch some federal institutions decline.
After more than a decade in development, the Porter Square Hotel could open to guests in mid-October, though possibly launching without its rear garden and almost certainly without its ground-floor, front-facing restaurant, the Porter House Grill.
The 21st annual free Danehy Park Family Day, sponsored by the city, attracts more than 4,000 people to its children’s amusement rides, arts and crafts, music and roving performers.
“The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) [Revised]”; Fight Night at Dilboy; THHT Presents: Hip Hop Evolution and Pass The Soul II; Boston Fuzzstival 2016; and SomerStreets’ Seize the Summer!
A Black Lives Matter rally planned for Thursday will focus not just on violence to people of color nationwide, but on the gentrification of Cambridge and stubborn achievement gap in city schools.
Vinyl continues its resurgence and Cambridge and Somerville keep their claim as home to music snobs as Blue Bag Records prepares to open at noon Saturday – at least the area’s seventh spot where aficionados can spend hours flipping through old 33s, 45s and 78s.
State Rep. Jon Hecht, a Democrat in the 29th Middlesex District made up of parts of Cambridge and Watertown, plans an open office hours in Cambridge in June.
The License Commission’s investigation of whether the United American Vets’ Eugene F. Lynch Post No. 30 allowed overcrowding at a March 26 party inspired the post to act – by banning teen parties forever. But the teens did nothing wrong.