Cambridge and Somerville commuters on all three T lines into Boston can expect service disruptions this weekend and in February, with a state transportation official vowing fewer such surprises for riders.
Cambridge has prepared and submitted a final Combined Sewer Overflow public notification plan to the state Department of Environmental Protection.
Vincent’s, a Kendall Square space that evolved from Café Du Pays during the Covid lockdown, could be summed up as Southern barbecue meets south of the border.
Citing recent arts institutions and nonprofits threatened in real estate deals, councillors doubted Peter Valentine’s home would end up a community space for creativity.
Actor Jennifer Coolidge is expected to be in Harvard Square on Feb. 4 for a parade, roast and presentation of the Pudding Pot by the Hasty Pudding Theatricals.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s a Cambridge Black History Project Black Trailblazers event and exhibit, “Life is a Cabernet” show, plenty of readings, comedy and music, a Moth story slam and an intro to Mastodon, the Twitter alternative.
These looks at what’s on screens in the coming week include some of the best from 2022, look at the works of directors Rian Johnson, Stanley Kubrick and Kinuyo Tanaka, and review new fare such as the doc “All the Beauty and the Bloodshed” and true-crime flick “Holy Spider.”
There are only about 50 breeding pairs of loons in Massachusetts, where the birds were once abundant. If you are lucky, you might see a loon on Fresh Pond.