In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s the Boston Dragon Boat Festival and wrestling, celebrity readings and podcast recordings, poetry and music, opera and song cycles, but especially Juneteenth celebrations with events ranging from yoga to jazz and a Black Business Fair.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, there’s a new Harvard Square Open Market, readings by Bill McKibben and Sloane Crosley, crafting and carnivals, poetry, music and dance, art openings and group sings, a look at Cambridge firsts and a reading of our gravestones, drag and dragon boats, a lit crawl and a smut slam. And more.
In a look ahead at a week of Cambridge and Somerville events, the Campfire. Festival continues, there’s a Memorial Day observance and Mozart concert to benefit Ukraine, authors and experts explore Asians in American Pop Culture and LGBT tales, you can meet a mini-horse, do some shopping, catch a CRLS “Chorus Line” for free – and much more.
The sale of the 17-story office tower at 1 Memorial Drive, Kendall Square, is being called the biggest of its kind so far in 2021, but think of the three-story building going for $35.5 million. MIT has broken ground on a college of computing, too, and more apartments are going up near Union Square.