Cambridge News

Susan Fleischmann, Mar 19, 19
A discussion about Israel and anti-semitism, its roots and the language that triggers it. 3-18-2019
Susan Fleischmann, Mar 12, 19
A discussion with Sayre Sheldon and Steve Strenio from the Massachusetts chapter of Elders Climate Action and the critical work of saving our planet. 3-11-2019
Jesse Schoaf, Mar 2, 19
On March 30th, 2018, MIT opened its doors to Mohammed bin Salman - the crown prince of Saudi Arabia sparking questions about the elite institution’s obligation to the wider Cambridge community and its willingness to be transparent. Almost a year later, a group of Cambridge...
Jesse Schoaf, Feb 26, 19
Get in Shape for Women, a Cambridge gym located at 1764 Mass Ave., hosted a fundraising event for kettlebells4kids this past Friday. Get in Shape for Women opened its doors to men and children for Bootcamp Challenges where participants worked out for 45-minute sessions at the...
Tanina Carrabotta, Feb 14, 19
On this episode of Cambridge Culture, "The Tarantella Comes to Cambridge", we welcome a visit from Carmen Marsico of the music group Newpoli. Carmen is teaching traditional southern Italian folk dances at the Dante Alighieri Society of Massachusetts in Cambridge. Through this...
Maurice Wilkey, Feb 14, 19
Confused By Love is a film directed and produced by Crosby Tatum, crosbyt@triceptus.com, featuring actors Jamie M. Perez, Cambridge's Keith Mascoll, Simba Dibinga, Jordan Lloyd. Confused By Love is not your typical love story. It chronicles the story of Ferguson, played by...
Jesse Schoaf, Feb 14, 19
"Come Play!," an interactive cardboard arcade on display at Cambridge Arts’ Gallery 344 until April 30th, offers a vibrant and thoughtful atmosphere for families looking for a fun and educational activity. The opening night, which occurred on Monday, February 11th, served as the...
Susan Fleischmann, Feb 12, 19
Susan Fleischmann and Reverend Irene Monroe discuss the latest stories of racism, sexism, and antisemitism in the news, including the debacle in Virginia with Governor Northam and Congresswoman Ilhan Omar's antisemitic comments. 2-11-2019
Sam J. Jones sits down with Cambridge Community News
Maurice Wilkey, Feb 9, 19
Cambridge's neighbor to the east, Somerville, has always shared a kinship with The Peoples republic. They have a similar gritty independent spirit - though some Cantabrigians might not admit it, share medical care facilities, have a major university on its shores, appreciate for...
Photo: Jules Kobek sitting at table in coffeehouse, in front of hanging Proletariat tArot images on wall.
Helen Kobek, Feb 7, 19
Stunning, captivating new art graces the walls of Cambridge's 1369 Coffee House in Inman Square, and you'll be a wiser, more comforted soul if you go pay a visit. See what's there, have a cup of coffee, and soak in the art around you. You'll be treated to Jules Kobek's...
Jesse Schoaf, Feb 6, 19
Errol Morris’ most recent film, American Dharma, which screened at the Harvard Film Archive on February 1st alongside a talk with the director, feels like a missed opportunity. In the film, Morris sets out to document the alt-right provocateur and former Trump campaign manager...
Envision Cambridge Showcase attendees
Siobhan Bredin, Jan 31, 19
On January 24, Cambridge residents braved wailing wind and driving rain to gather at the Cambridge Public Library to celebrate the completion of the Envision Cambridge planning process. “Over the past three years, more than 5,000 Cambridge residents participated with the...