It’s time to make Memorial Drive a weekend park for good
Why this pit kid is not going to ‘Pit-A-Palooza’
Causes of MBTA service cuts reach back decades, and the solution isn’t necessarily more funding
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.
Redesign roads to put people first
We need municipalities and other roadway owners to do their part by making room for bus priority lanes and improved bus stops. That means hard conversations about how to allocate limited street space – conversations that are already happening in Cambridge, but that have been focused largely on space for bikes and street parking.
It’s time to move beyond Covid
City’s Law Department deserves more oversight when it comes to public records law compliance
We can save our communities via our savings
Data in study confirms the national trends: Cambridge small businesses are suffering
Though some sectors and groups of businesses are beginning to find their footing again post-pandemic, it’s vital for municipal government and organizations such as Cambridge Local First to help smaller companies – especially those in the hospitality space, and women and economically disadvantaged owners.