Upcoming History Cafe will pose the question: Washington slept here, but who made his bed?

EmpowHer science competition during Covid added an element of connection amid isolation

A Women’s History Month trio led by ‘Unrest,’ with more Mészáros, Poitier, Cage and Travolta

Attend meetings on Cambridge Street’s future, handling homelessness, golf course and more

Elow is sworn in as permanent leader of police, first woman and Cambridge-born in the role

Period Equity Bank provides take-home products in an expansion of work by Bowman for students

First MIT dorm for women was far from campus, in the home of a grad who also provided shuttles

Elow is named as acting police commissioner; Cantabrigian and Navy vet joined force in 1995

Local minority- and women-owned businesses: Get in on MPowered, a pop-up at CambridgeSide

Police commissioner Bard is leaving Cambridge to be a vice president at John Hopkins University