With the Covid-19 shutdown dragging on, more meal options will at least keep your taste buds lively. The Montrose Spa is still making perfection in sandwich form, The Druid has your comfort food, Redbones has reopened in Davis Square and Baraka Cafe and Cho Cho’s offer international flair.
Need dining options during the Covid-19 shutdown? Look for old school pizza from The Half Shell, vegetarian food from Veggie Grill that will more than satisfy a meat eater, or gourmet comfort food from The Abbey; filling ramens; and treats such as a stinky cheese in cabbage from Formaggio Kitchen.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s Space Night at Harvard, a look at the rise and fall of romance comics, the start of a Pete Souza exhibit of photos from the Obama White House, the return of the Empty Bowls charity meal, and plenty of comedy, poetry and music.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, Serena Zabin reveals the family secrets behind the Boston Massacre; the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra tells “Tales of Kings and Queens”; there’s a Mosaic concert; maple syrup boil-down; “Two Truths and a Lie”; and much more.
With the recent vote in the City Council to recommend changing the Agassiz neighborhood name, it seems like we have but one excuse to contend with for maintaining historical markers commemorating white supremacy: the so-called “facts” we pass on uncritically.
Attend meetings this week on a $1.2 million plan to plant more trees, the limits of municipal independence in the face of federal immigration enforcement policy, the school district budget, a Kendall Square hotel proposal, a $250 million, four-year school and park project and much more.