State health officials raised the risk of West Nile virus in Cambridge and 26 other communities on Friday to high from moderate. The Department of Public Health acted after reporting the first infection in an animal this year, diagnosed in an alpaca in Middlesex County.
After the Honk! festival of activist street bands went online-only during last year’s pandemic, this year’s celebration in October will look different yet again from what people have enjoyed since its launch in Somerville in 2006.
The American Repertory Theater and Central Square Theater have joined a dozen other stages in Greater Boston to announce requirements for their indoor performances: masks and proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test.
Just A Start, a Cambridge nonprofit, has updated its brand with a new website, logo and tagline – “Building homes, careers and futures” – with the help of teen artists and designers at the Artists For Humanity studio.
No human cases of West Nile virus have been reported so far this season in Massachusetts, but state health officials reported Thursday that a mosquito sample in Cambridge has tested positive for the virus.
Grafton Street and Park will reopen in the fall, and information on Temple Bar will be available “soon,” said a member of their Grafton Group ownership – a message delivered to “hundreds” of people individually instead of being publicized.
Project Restore Us, launched last year by restaurateurs Tracy Chang of Pagu and Irene Li of Mâe Asian Eatery, has expanded by partnering with the Asian American Resource Workshop and Vietnamese American Initiative for Development.