History Hub has stories of women to celebrate changing Cambridge since Battle of Bunker Hill
The Tot Lot child care nears a 50th anniversary with the same cooperative model from its birth
A week of events in Cambridge and Somerville, from Pi Day celebrations to a ‘Cherry Orchard’
Sunday, March 12, 2023
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, Pi Day arrives (one event starts at 3:14 p.m.), there are nature walks and seed plantings, board game nights and cozy teas, sacred songs and the scoring of a silent film, St. Patrick’s Day, a “Cherry Orchard” staging and the chance to break a world record.
Family of Peter Valentine will sell house of artist to be turned into affordable homes by Just A Start
Decision nears on the future of an artist’s home, with some aspects of origins in the 1980s murky
Urgency around civilian crisis response team grinds to a halt over whether it takes 911 calls
Cambridgeport’s Sub Zero Nitrogen Ice Cream finally gets its grand opening event this month
Growing up in Cambridgeport has been idyllic, but Gen Zers see the area changing around them
A week of events in Cambridge and Somerville, from ‘Birnam Wood’ to ‘Podcast But Outside’
Sunday, March 5, 2023
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, author Eleanor Catton visits from “Birnam Wood” and Margaret Atwood tells of “Old Babes in the Wood”; there’s music, comedy, a Maple Syrup Boil Down and queer wrestling, an end to “Bittersweet” art and the “Podcast But Outside” guys set up in Davis Square.