The Cambridge Street Upper School Cultural Proficiency Team has been invited by the National Center for Race Amity to participate in its National Race Amity Conference, to be held Nov. 19-21 at the Boston Marriott in Quincy.
A press release Thursday from John Sanzone explained the end of his campaign for City Council, less than a week before Election Day, noting “horrible things I said and posted online from my younger days.”
Black Lives Matter Cambridge’s candidates forum Sunday was billed as an event for black and low-income Cantabrigians to “have a safe space to hold their elected officials accountable for their concerns,” and for the few who attended, it may have delivered.
People interested in serving on the Cambridge Human Rights Commission are asked to send letters of interest, a résumé and list of applicable experience by mail, fax or […]
City councillor Dennis Benzan has earned the endorsement of seven labor unions representing more than 18,000 members in Cambridge and Greater Boston.
The independent film “The Year We Thought About Love,” which has been seen at film festivals around the world, comes to Cambridge for a free screening Thursday, followed by a Q&A with director Ellen Brodsky and cast members.
People interested in serving on the Cambridge Human Rights Commission are asked to send letters of interest, a résumé and list of applicable experience.
A draft paper submitted by a high school employee and mayoral aide was seen Tuesday as a possible foundation for a vision on closing the district’s achievement gap, while two-year-old changes to school choice were undone as “well-intentioned” but failing.
The Boston indie rock scene is overwhelmingly white. If you’re reading this and this is the first time the aforementioned sentiment has ever crossed your mind, you’re probably white.
Boston Calling, the giant, twice-annual, three-day music festival, runs throughout this weekend at Boston’s City Hall Plaza with a lot of great bands – and, once again, a lot of white men.