World AIDS Day has long been an annual tradition for Cambridge Community Television, with the station preempting regular programming on Channel 8 each Dec. 1 for a victims’ scroll and special shows.
The history of Magazine Beach, the city’s second-largest park, gets a look in an exhibit at the Cambridge Arts Council’s Gallery 344.
Good things come in small packages, but the Philippe Starck-designed Ideas Box pushes that concept to the limit.
Mayor David Maher kicked off a food drive today to run through Oct. 1 to benefit Cambridge food pantries.
A Traffic Safety Awareness Day might sound like a drag, but the federal Volpe Transportation Center has those wonderful toys.
Fans of delayed gratification, frozen custard drinks and helping hungry kids are having a good month at Harvard Square’s Shake Shack.
The MIT professor‘s recent focuses have included climate change, the crisis in Ukraine and Crimea, the homeless and nuclear weapons and disarmament.
Saturday may bring the most improbable thing MIT has done: a single-hour panel discussion on “Holocaust and Technology: When Technology becomes Evil.”
Already a guiding light about law in the Internet age, Harvard’s Lawrence Lessig has turned his attention to the corrupting influence of money in politics.
Americans can vote at 18, but when when do you turn to a child to start their participation as a citizen? Fifteen? Twelve? In a talk Monday, educators will argue we can aim as low as 4.