The state’s Department of Transportation awarded Cambridge nearly $600,000 on Wednesday to improve bike and pedestrian facilities, earmarked for a 10-foot, two-way separated bike lane and sidewalk on Huron Avenue and two new Bluebikes stations near Raymond Park and Old Morse Park.
Cannabis seller releases a promise to add 50 hires just as an extension of ban arrives before council
As city councillors prepared to debate extending a two-year head start for recreational pot shops owned by “economic empowerment” applicants that delays competition from medical marijuana dispensaries, one of those dispensaries said it would 50 full-time employees if the ban expired.
It’s been interesting to see public reaction to an article about incidents in which a Harvard student armed with a stake has come running at unleashed dogs in the Radcliffe Quadrangle. They’re universally disdainful of the dog owners, though the incident doesn’t speak well of Harvard either.
The hottest brunch ticket over the past five-plus years has been Cafe Luna, and its smoked duck tacos show why – though Davis Square’s Painted Burro and Los Amigos Taqueria will more than do for tacos in a pinch. Speaking of hot tickets: Bambara kicks off Pride with a Sunday drag brunch.