Whole Heart Provisions won’t be reopening near Central Square, as Boston-based Graffito SP is advertising its 300 Massachusetts Ave. location for lease as “second-generation restaurant space” available now.
The coronavirus has canceled its second Boston Calling music festival. Organizers announced the cancellation in a Monday email. Full refunds are being offered to ticket buyers, or the option to move the tickets to next year’s event.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has submitted plans for a Vassar Street dorm to serve 690 graduate students, taking up 327,000 square feet and 10 stories over two buildings around a large central plaza.
Is it too late to nominate a summer jam? Jeb Bush Orchestra released its second full-length album July 24, called “Greatest Hits Vol. II,” and it includes a hot-weather winner in the track “Kung Fu Steve.”
Although Boston Calling has expanded remarkably since its debut in 2013, nothing is perfect. From the facilities and food to musical cameos and a surprising surplus of animal-themed names, here are some highs and lows from the event this year.
Inman Square restaurateur Will Gilson is moving into Cambridge Crossing in a big way: He has an all-day café, full-service restaurant and cocktail bar with a rooftop terrace opening there in early 2020, according to the neighborhood’s developer.
Since discussion of sexual harassment and a possible sexual assault at The Middle East in Central Square, leadership at Somerville and Allston arts organizations are making sure people understand their relationship – or lack of one – with the embattled nightclub owners.