‘Missing middle’ zoning asks up to three stories (but don’t expect classic triple-decker in the mix)
A zoning petition looks to create “missing middle” housing including “up to three stories of multifamily housing such as townhouses and three-deckers,” but that does not mean the city can look forward to seeing more of the classic “triple-deckers” that make up much of the local housing stock.
Burgeoning scientists, engineers and technology lovers of all ages will finally get a peek Thursday at The Hive, a development at the Cambridge Public Library centered around science, technology, engineering, arts and math. It was first meant to open in March, some 10 months ago.
Attend meetings on class split in resident survey; safety policies for in-person classes; a new Tatte
Public meetings this week look at details of the latest Cambridge resident survey, safety policies for expanded in-person classes, guidelines for the next education budget, plans for MIT’s College of Computing, new locations for Tatte and Sweetgreen and a financial analysis of Kendall Square changes.
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes the documentary “MLK/FBI,” the Bruce Lee classic “Enter the Dragon,” some thrillers, the wild “Spoor,” coming to The Brattle, and two films that explore the border between violence and compassion.
A driver to the wealthy initially seems happy in the coddled confines of a New Delhi luxury high-rise, yet there is something darker and deeper lurking at the corners of the drama about haves and have nots, like a stalking tiger biding its time in the underbrush.
The savory momos at Base Crave are something different, a piquant changeup from other dumplings in texture and taste, yet at the same satisfyingly familiar.
The Left Bank of the Charles Review, a quarterly, is free to savor online, but it’s not free of the past
The first issue of The Left Bank of the Charles Review arrived with the new year, promised quarterly by Joseph Levendusky – a traveler, lover of music, left-leaning political critic and sitter in cafés.
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes some highlights of the art streaming at the “Brattlelite,” the antihero classic “Cool Hand Luke” and a bunch of others, including a Liam Neeson misfire, a pretty weepie and some sci-fi curiosities.
On-the-job training for a drone pilot thrust into hand-to-hand warfare at times calls to mind the hazing Denzel Washington laid down on Ethan Hawke in “Training Day” – except that the lone wolf special op played by Anthony Mackie isn’t human.