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A step into politics by Russian violinist and conductor Vladimir Spivakov has drawn protests and a boycott for his stop at Harvard’s Sanders Theatre.
Which dueling City Council policy order is worthy of support? The answer is actually very simple.
There is a nationwide trend toward militarizing police forces, and Cambridge shouldn’t be part of it. City councillors such as Nadeem Mazen and Craig Kelley are right to push back.
Already a guiding light about law in the Internet age, Harvard’s Lawrence Lessig has turned his attention to the corrupting influence of money in politics.
Lesley University is rebranding! It has a new logo and advertising campaign and an exciting new reputation for paying slave wages.
Seeing this film poster around town, you may feel compelled to run, not walk, to someplace not showing this film.
Mayor David Maher has added a streamlining of council committees to the list of potential changes for this two-year term, but late orders and rule suspensions got wrapped up in the debate.
While our voting process often seem endless, the outcome of many elections is settled in the first round of balloting. More importantly, a serious design flaw taints the count.
Among the news and information gleanable Thursday at the premiere of Member’s Lounge With Ken Reid: Journalist Chris Faraone is still or again considering a run for governor.
Swing by Traffic, Parking & Transportation Department on Monday and you’ll see a line all the way up the stairs to renew expired residential parking stickers. This annual ritual should be ended.