Somerville staff missed inspection of its Armory, leaving the arts building without its sole elevator
The Armory building in Somerville has lacked an elevator for two months, which tenants say violates disabilities access requirements and is another example of the city’s inability to manage the building acquired last year through eminent domain.
While the Foundry 101 building opens to the public in September, major construction is finished and residents were allowed to walk through the first floor of the refurbished building Wednesday at a ribbon-cutting, visiting spaces within where creation will take place.
After months of stalled negotiations, the Cambridge Public School District and Cambridge Education Association have agreed to a contract for teachers, assistant principals, deans and curriculum coordinators. The roughly 1,100 educators in units A and B were working under a one-year contract that ended Aug. 31.
Understanding just how monumental the climate crisis is can be paralyzing, but that fear obscures the truth of our own power. Some of the biggest changes in our country’s history have started with grassroots activism.
As members of the MIT community, we are especially disappointed that our administration is acting to weaken policies to address the climate crisis – and want the City Council to know that this is not reflective of the interests or the opinions of the entire community here, whose faculty and students broadly support institutional action.
The state reptile of Massachusetts is the harmless garter snake – well, mostly harmless – which is an easy one to distinguish because of three yellowish stripes that run the length of their dark bodies. They have some unusual-seeming birthing and defense methods, and that forked tongue has some remarkable aspects as well.
The Seventh Annual Cambridge Jazz Festival will be held the weekend of July 30-31, returning after a two-year interruption with headliners Eguie Castrillo and his orchestra and Chelsey Green and The Green Project.
Set in Athens during a time like ours, an outbreak causes the infected’s memory to be permanently erased. But we begin to wonder if our protagonist is truly affected by the disease or if he’s running away from a trauma in his past.
Columbia Records, Leonard Cohen’s label, chose not to release the 1984 album that featured “ Hallelujah,” claiming it wouldn’t sell. In defiance of that, be warned: In this film you’ll see the song performed many, many times by many, many artists.
The interior of his restaurant and the neighborhood it’s ingrained in may have changed, but the classic Portuguese dishes and the quality haven’t.
A farewell party to Harvard Square’s “Pit” on Saturday – officially, Pit-A-Palooza – sparked nostalgia in several ways. The air smelled of sweat and marijuana as energetic fans surrounded a band, and there was nostalgia for a fixture of city youth since 1982.