No recreational cannabis shops have managed to open in Cambridge since 69 percent of city voters approved recreational marijuana as part of a November 2016 statewide ballot question, but now smaller and minority or women entrepreneurs have more time to sell ahead of big dispensaries.
Developer Boston Properties plans to build 465 dwelling units at its 135 Broadway tower in Kendall Square, up from 425, HubSpot has terminated its lease for digs nearby in East Cambridge and there’s much more going on in local real estate and development.
This petition will change zoning for single- and two-family homes without escalating housing costs or property values or destroying the city’s rich array of sustainable historic housing, adding units while preventing the tearing down of existing stock to build larger, more expensive housing.
There’s several good reasons to visit Grendel’s Den, a Harvard Square institution celebrating its 50th year. One is that the boho eatery won a Supreme Court case in 1982 that could become the precedent to flip the recent Texas abortion ban.
Cambridge Carnival, the annual celebration of Caribbean culture, returned Sunday with a smaller, in-person version of the festival after live events were canceled the previous two years.
Porter Square is looking suddenly like a bubble tea hot spot. After years with the only options being inside Lesley University’s building or as part of a sit-down meal, a former kids art studio has been cleared out to make room for what could be the area’s third storefront boba tea seller.
These reviews of what’s in theaters and streaming include doings at The Brattle Theatre (including the return of The DocYard film series) and Somerville Theatre, as well as reviews of new films “Malignant,” “Small Engine Repair” and a new take on the “Candyman” horror films.
This wasp paralyzes its prey and feeds it to her offspring. But don’t worry. Its sting will not immobilize you.
The latest look at men at war with themselves and the rest of the world from Paul Schrader features Oscar Isaac as a poker player who learned his trade during a 10-year stretch in prison – and now finds the stakes of his freedom getting higher.