The Urbanist: If we got a real estate transfer fee, dream would be funding housing design contest

Bench bars at Cambridge T stops draw criticism as ‘hostile architecture’ aimed at the homeless

MIT’s College of Computing building takes shape as Alexandria and BioMed make moves in Boston

Before Kendall Square made Covid vaccines, makers of candy called it home, series recalls

Sheer Queer Fest cofounder on value of anger: ‘Some things can’t be fixed by being nice’

‘The Girl in the Boston Box’: A smart thriller Latovich allows you to follow around town

What he’s having: Inside Olde Magoun’s Saloon, where it’s warm and cozy yet still feels Covid-safe

Catching up with Charles Coe, an enduring voice where streetscape changes but race issues linger

Catching up with Charles Coe, an enduring voice where streetscape changes but race issues linger

Cambridge resident contracted West Nile virus; City has been labeled ‘high-risk’ area (updated)