Porter Square is looking suddenly like a bubble tea hot spot. After years with the only options being inside Lesley University’s building or as part of a sit-down meal, a former kids art studio has been cleared out to make room for what could be the area’s third storefront boba tea seller.
It will feel almost pre-pandemic Saturday as Harvard Square’s Club Passim holds its campfire. music festival and Vermont’s Bread & Puppet Theater makes its annual pilgrimage for a Cambridge performance – though that can make it feel so pre-pandemic that it may seem like the early 1970s again.
An event for the loved ones of Cambridge homicide and suicide, abuse and bullying victims has been scheduled from 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday in Danehy Park, in Neighborhood 9.
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.