The developers of 40 Thorndike, the office tower project that led to years of neighborhood and political conflict in East Cambridge, issued a progress report Wednesday, including that interior demolition and abatement for mold and asbestos is near completion.
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.
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.
The Seamus Heaney Memorial Reading returns in person Wednesday, honoring the Nobel Prize-winning poet and playwright from Ireland who died in 2013.
These reviews of what’s on the big screen and streaming include doings at The Brattle Theatre, including the “Fictions of Werner Herzog” and “African-American Neo-Noir” programs and takes on “My Name Is Pauli Murray,” “The Eyes of Tammy Faye,” “The Starling” and much more.
American lady butterflies have two large eyespots on each hindwing. Animals often evolve patterns to help camouflage themselves from predators, but eyespots make butterflies stand out. Why would American ladies want to stand out?
For a concept that’s taken almost 50 years to land on the big screen after a swirl of iterations with big names including Arnold Schwarzenegger and Pierce Brosnan attached, Clint Eastwood’s “Cry Macho” is likely to register as a disappointment for most.
The production of “The Rocky Horror Show” that came to Harvard Square in 2019 is back beginning Oct. 16 and naturally ending with a show Oct. 31, the night of Halloween.
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.