Burgeoning scientists, engineers and technology lovers of all ages will finally get a peek Thursday at The Hive, a development at the Cambridge Public Library centered around science, technology, engineering, arts and math. It was first meant to open in March, some 10 months ago.
If ever there was a signal for Cambridge to get over its weird, anti-democratic resistance to letting its meetings be seen and recorded consistently, it came last week when the School Committee failed to make clear if or how residents could watch an evaluation of the school district’s superintendent.
Here’s a gift for a time cultural opportunities feel exhausted and the latest Netflix offering feels meaningless: A free, 100-page, sumptuously produced magazine full of voices and images most of us have never heard or considered. It arrives in a surprising way, from a surprising birthplace.