- Arts + Culture
Does Camberville need more ramen? The international chain Santouka says yes.
Can anyone identify this grasshopper/cricket/whatever seen outside the Porter Square Walgreens at 1 p.m. Wednesday?
Don’t listen to the alarmists. Summer isn’t over. To prove it, you might want to get takeout of that most summery of foods, a lobster roll, and eat it outside in the sunny days that remain.
Ellen Cooney, a one-time Cambridge resident who has taught at Harvard and MIT, brings “The Mountaintop School for Dogs” and a Porter Square Books first.
Despite all taking place within six hours in Porter Square, the free Art City August: Community Film Festival coming Saturday is all over the place.
Residents hoping to stop a 48-unit condominium project around St. James’s Episcopal Church are okay with the case dragging on.
Porter Square is losing a Rosie’s Bakery and gaining Bagelsaurus and its handmade bagels, which have been called the best in Boston.
Artbeat 2014 art and music festival; Bent Knee and Strange Changes; Storytelling, Jazz and Poems; Jay Gatsby’s Summer Ball; and Mercury Orchestra performing Mahler’s “Resurrection.”
The city is getting another business name sure to raise a smile: Pho Kup, meant to replace Tamarind House near Porter Square.
The Kesher Center for Jewish Learning and Culture got a six-figure grant from an anonymous foundation donor this month, officials said.