Stories of the early African American community in Old Cambridge are found on a self-guided tour

What to watch on the Fourth; the Brattle is back; reviews from ‘Tomorrow War’ to ‘Forever Purge’

A two-year head start for small cannabis sellers could be extended, now with financial assistance

Juneteenth is recognized as a federal holiday. What does that mean for this Fourth of July?

Cambridge’s role in slave narratives continues, living on in descendants or cemetery headstones

Cathy Park Hong has more than ‘Minor Feelings’ to share in a library author conversation Monday

Attend meetings on a condo conversion law, after-school programs, Harvard dining, more

‘Werewolves’ and ‘Summer of Soul’ delight, ‘Crime on the Bayou’ bears a grim message

Thaxton’s ‘Beauty of Everyday Living’ mural brightens Harvard Square kiosk construction

From $65 million for Covid to drug reparations, councillors delay four big items to last meeting