The grand opening for The Foundry is Saturday, but long-awaited building welcomes use already
Introducing Cambridge Day’s Community Guide, which can become better with the help of readers
If you were counting out Cambridge baseball, volunteer-run programs proved you wrong
Trump policies cut funds for Transition House; Help for survivors of violence relies on state bill
A week of events in Cambridge and Somerville, from Sidewalk Poetry party to ‘Yellow Bird Chase’
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s a Sidewalk Poetry reception and reading, “Suite Talk’ dance piece, Asian American Playwright Collective Playfest, the annual Salsa Squared event, family-friendly “Yellow Bird Chase” at Starlight Square and plenty more music, poetry, literature and art.
Steinmayer, president at Lesley University, joins directors of Cambridge Community Foundation
Attend meetings on tenant rights, climate crisis and cutting the ribbon at the Foundry building
Public meetings and gathersings this week include a ribbon-cutting at the $46 million Foundry community building, a tenants-rights forum sponsored by A Better Cambridge, Brattle Street safety improvements, a school district nondiscrimination policy, the restaurant replacing Loyal Nine in East Cambridge, and much more.
Planting seeds of peace and beauty for Ukraine
In late February, Cantabrigians watched in horror as the Russians invaded Ukraine. But what can ordinary people do beyond sending donations to humanitarian organizations and writing to political leaders? The Cambridge Plant & Garden Club planted sunflowers, which the Ukrainian national flower.
There’s still work to do updating St. Augustine’s, but church has begun to look at what comes after
CHA Workforce Program gets a $100,000 boost from Cummings as it works to broaden support
The Cambridge Housing Authority’s Workforce Program that helps youths living in public housing prepare for college or a career has received a $100,000 grant from the Cummings Foundation. The grant, to be distributed over two years, will support the program while government aid has dwindled.