In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s a Fresh Pond nature walk and Nature in the City Festival, “Cinema Strange” and free screenings of new Pixar classics, classes in augmented reality and a “Yart Sale” – a citywide yard sale for art.
Tasty Burger is taking a second swing at the Central Square market. The eatery walked away from a 2013 bid to replace a nearby bakery after license commissioners voted against allowing late-night beer and wine in a residential area.
Public meetings this week look at monkeypox preparedness, a proposal for city-run delivery services making up for MBTA failings with shuttle buses, Brattle Street bike lanes, preserving The Pit and more.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there are family bike rides and game nights, a smut slam, comedy with Kathe Farris and a book reading with Imbolo Mbue, as well as music from Mia Asano, John Powhida, Fabiola Mendez and the Bridgeside Cypher crew.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s the four-day Nice music festival, two-day Cambridge Jazz Festival, dance, poetry, art in a museum (by day and night) and by bike, storytelling, movies and comedy.
The overturning of Roe v. Wade last month adds an element of urgency to events planned for Aug. 20: a parade and “conclave” celebrating women’s suffrage for which marchers are urged to “Gather! Unite! Rejoice! Revolt!”
Four people are in police custody and have been named as suspects in a late-evening double stabbing in Central Square on July 10. Police said Monday that they aren’t looking for anyone else in connection with the crime.