Cambridge public notices about domestic partnership definitions; a Conservation Commission hearing about 89 Blanchard Road; cannabis businesses; and hen keeping.
Jefferson Park housing is split into two projects, adding complexity even as overall costs get lower
The huge project to replace and expand the Jefferson Park public housing development will be split in two, the Cambridge Housing Authority has decided.
Your bottle of cheap red is now behind barricades after a shoplifting surge at Central Square Target
Rampant shoplifting has led to installation of metal accordion barriers around alcohol at the Central Square Target, and officials are looking at additional measures.
Three changes to housing in Somerville were passed by the City Council last month, including two that could add to the number of available homes.
Rindge Avenue residents are ready to forget about Ferro’s Laundrytown and line up for meals of Krispy Krunchy fried chicken and mashed potatoes.
We urge the Cambridge community to support a call for peace and justice in Palestine/Israel while treating each other with empathy and compassion.
A resident’s Literature Stroll of excerpted great works begins at Inman and Cambridge streets and runs eastward down Cambridge Street this month.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, a cemetery hosts the “Solstice” light show, “Slutcracker” is in Davis and Revels’ “Feast of Fools” is in Harvard along with holiday sales, an illuminated-home tour, comedy, musical theater, klezmer and Open Mike Eagle and much more.
Finnish import ‘Rare Exports’ is a tale with Claus; ‘Orlando, My Political Biography’ plays at Brattle
These looks at what’s on screen in the coming week include Roald Dahl classics “Matilda” and “The Witches”; a Santa tale with a difference in “Rare Exports” and Yorgos Lanthimos look back with “The Favourite”; the Hitchcockian “Eileen”; and area premiere of the documentary “Orlando, My Political Biography.”
The end of year is a time for reflection and gratitude. But there’s room for a little bitter with your sweet when the hot tea is flavored by Spotify Wrapped.
Frank is the creation of Frank McClelland, who ran the chichi white-tablecloth L’Espalier in Back Bay when Assembly Row was still dingy and dangerous. Now he’s at home in its tony alleyways of conspicuous consumption with a menu of playful nouvelle spins with a focus on seaside New England fruits.