Burgeoning scientists, engineers and technology lovers of all ages will finally get a peek Tuesday 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.
Pammy’s has pivoted nicely to coronavirus. For starters, it’s installed an outside patio so intimate and cozy you don’t really notice other diners, or cars whizzing by – the better to appreciate innovative cuisine with standout dishes such as wagyu skirt steak and tuna crudo.
For many in Cambridge, books feel like one of the main food groups. When libraries and bookstores closed in March due to the Covid-19 lockdown, some felt starved. Fortunately, with lower virus rates, the city’s main purveyors of books are open again, though operations are anything but normal.