The opening night was as glittering as could be for a headquarters for The Engine, MIT’s incubator for “tough tech” such as wastewater testing and cell engineering platforms. A red carpet was laid into 750 Main St.; a black Cadillac Escalade waited outside; and 300 guests toured inside.
Erratic pharmacy operations at two Walgreens shops in Cambridge have been worrying customers, with abrupt, intermittent closings leading state Rep. Mike Connolly to consider reporting the issue to state regulators.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s a weeklong Cambridge Science Festival, the Honk! Festival of Activist Street Bands, 43rd Annual Oktoberfest, Grolier Poetry Book Shop 95th Anniversary Festival and much more.
These looks at what’s on screens in the coming week include Wes Craven’s devilish and witty “Scream” the Landmark Kendall Square Cinema’s replay of “The Lost Boys” and the new “Smile.” Less scarily, there’s the gay rom-com “Bros” and Martha Coolidge’s romantic “I’ll Find You.”
Katydids are green insects camouflaged to look like leaves and often found at the tops of trees. It is not surprising, then, that katydids are more often heard than seen.
Lizard Lounge sounds the first notes of its return, starting with Club d’Elf and Poetry Jam and Slam
The Lizard Lounge nightclub opens today for the first time since Covid closed it in March 2020, running a slate of club favorites but, for now, open weekends only.
Cambridge has a few ways to enjoy baklava, that always-tempting mix of phyllo dough, honey and nuts, that are a step away from the pastry on its own – if not always a step up.
At 20 seats, Mâe wants to feed as many people as it can in a night. But service is nothing but abundantly kind, and for some of the best Southeast Asian cuisine in town.