It was just in April that a group of Buckingham, Browne & Nichols students came up with the idea of starting a tutoring service. And already their Boston Covid-Tutoring has a slick website, relationships with regional nonprofits, some hundred volunteers – and signups from as far away as Taunton.
For many in Cambridge, books feel like one of the main food groups. When libraries and bookstores closed in March due to the Covid-19 lockdown, some felt starved. Fortunately, with lower virus rates, the city’s main purveyors of books are open again, though operations are anything but normal.
Cambridge, Somerville and the state are in a likely temporary, partial reopening from a complete coronavirus lockdown, but we asked some prominent folks in Cambridge and Somerville to talk about their most anticipated returns to a life in which Covid-19 is no longer a worry – a post-vaccine world.