The invention-themed EurekaFest; Esh Circus Arts Staff Show; ninth annual Make Music Harvard Square/Fête de la Musique; Out of the Blue’s “Into The Black” fundraising event and concert; Stravinsky’s “The Firebird” ballet staged by the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra.
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.
A teen party that drew more people than expected could mean punishment for the venue that hosted it, but officers at the United American Vets’ Eugene F. Lynch Post No. 30 are disputing firefighter and police accounts of how many teens were inside on March 26.
In an attempt to garner broad input in the search for a new city manager, 19 public focus groups have been scheduled for the eight days starting Thursday.
It’s a cheap shot to wander an art gallery saying, “My kid could have done this,” but a free exhibit coming to the Chandler Gallery at Maud Morgan Arts ensures parents are right – in fact, their kids may be among the artists on display.
A recent 150-student walkout depicting a culture of sexual harassment at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School got the attention of school and city officials, and one commission has put that sympathy into action by scheduling a free film screening and discussion.
To give students the support and confidence he missed in school, one upper school principal is tackling the charged topic of race head on, starting with teachers – as in many schools, mostly white, mostly female – who sit down and talk about race every week.
Police were called to the Putnam Avenue Upper School on Friday for a fight between two teens, with administrators calling it related to a new playground that gets crowded after school hours.
A statewide effort for more charter schools was opposed Tuesday by the School Committee in a 5-2 vote, an item brought up after being tabled from the previous meeting – as were policies on standardized tests ending this week and sexual harassment at school.
Several Cambridge Rindge and Latin School teachers, with backup from students, have appealed to the School Committee to improve hiring and retention of teachers of color.