We owe City Hall and more prominent buildings to a ‘townie’ who’d long since left for West Coast

First MIT dorm for women was far from campus, in the home of a grad who also provided shuttles

A judge put up 100-foot-wide Opposition House overnight to obstruct the path of Harvard Street

The Old Mole published out of Central Square, reporting what others in the 1960s would not

In the ’60s and ’70s, eating could be a political act (and more morsels from a panel talk about food)

History Cambridge is looking for a teen 15 to 18 who will research and share over social media

Thanksgiving was a bigger deal than Christmas for Cantabrigians during and after the Civil War

Tonight’s ‘How Has Food Mended Cambridge?’ explores how our cuisines shaped community

North Cambridge was home to a Camp Cameron during the Civil War; tour its Gold Star memorials

Buckminster Fuller, expelled from Harvard twice, returned as a poet and ‘technology incarnate’