The HomeBridge program, which provides financial help for first-time homebuyers, may change as soon as early next year to let participants pass down property to family.
Brattle Square Florist thrives after move nearby, but still finds it’s cultivating new customer base
Though Brattle Square Florist owner Stephen Zedros said he is still trying to gauge foot traffic in the shop’s new home within Harvard Square, sales have not dipped despite the business’ biggest shift in more than 100 years.
Unless you’ve been a regular bus rider, you won’t understand the impact minor changes can have on the feasibility of using transit. After this proposal, I must wonder if any MBTA planners have relied on the service they want to change.
The state’s changes to Memorial Drive could – and should – fully separate paths by repurposing the existing roadway, implement additional traffic calming measures and more.
For your special-evening-out dollars, Umami gives you an 18-dish custom meal with a chef’s entertaining explanation of each course and where it came from, sea to seat.
Gallery 24/7 turns ATM, an icon of consumerism, into a free space for exhibit of artists’ inspiration
A former Bank of American ATM in Harvard Square has morphed into Gallery 24/7 – an all-day, all night collaborative that begins its exhibits with works by five local artists.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s a Fresh Pond nature walk and Nature in the City Festival, “Cinema Strange” and free screenings of new Pixar classics, classes in augmented reality and a “Yart Sale” – a citywide yard sale for art.
Alejandro Jodorowsky’s “El Topo” and “Holy Mountain” return to enthrall and bewilder audiences, but there’s Judy Garland and Josef von Sternberg-Marlene Dietrich to balance it out, as well as John Frankenheimer’s “The Train,” Hitchcock’s “Strangers on a Train” and the new Brad Pitt action film “Bullet Train” (and more) to keep you on your toes.
Bullfrogs will eat just about any animal smaller than they are. Scientists have found in bullfrog stomachs rodents, lizards, snakes, small birds, spiders and even bats – with a tongue that propels out like a slingshot so frogs can use their hands to stuff large prey into their maws.
A respite from the seemingly endless stream of doom and gloom in the newsfeeds, Ron Howard’s “Thirteen Lives” is an inspiring tale of triumph over tragedy.