Eleven art projects grouped under the name “Flow” should start trickling through The Port neighborhood soon, named in part for their funding source: a multiyear flood control project.
A community meeting is being arranged with the developer and manager of University Park, and residents in the communities surrounding the 20 Sidney St. Star Market, closing Feb. 3, will be invited, said newly anointed Mayor Marc McGovern.
A quarter-million-dollar grant will pay for the creation of The Loop Lab, a sound-production studio and podcast station in The Port neighborhood that will launch next year, teaching skills that can lead to well-paying employment, organizers said.
Police are investigating reports of gunshots that occurred early today around Bishop Allen Drive and Norfolk Street in The Port neighborhood near Central Square.
It was 8:02 p.m. June 3, 2012, that Cambridge police got a 911 call reporting a shooting on Willow Street. They arrived to find Charlene Holmes, 16, and friend Thanialee Cotto, then 17, with gunshot wounds from an apparent drive-by shooting. Holmes was killed.
“Much Ado About Nothing” reading in the original pronunciation; Danceworks Spring concert; Cambridge Open Studios; Porchfest; Fourth Annual OnStage Arts Marathon; and Wild Rabbit Moto Show.
The city’s next free walk-in informational sessions on affordable rental and homeownership programs is from 6 to 8 p.m. May 8 in The Port neighborhood.
Boston Theater Co.’s Teen Touring Troupe brings a free production of Shakespeare’s comedic romp “Much Ado About Nothing” to town Friday, with some tweaks – including visits to the principal, a high school dance and hall monitors.
A free public meeting of the Cambridge Residents Alliance taking place March 12 will include state Rep. Denise Provost, reporting on the status of the construction of the MBTA green line extension, and other guests with information on the project.
The event wasn’t held last year because of a reorganization of the branch, but as part of new leadership in place for more than a year, former mayor Ken Reeves said returning to the tradition was a priority.