Cambridge News

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...
Susan Fleischmann, Jan 29, 19
A discussion about the crowded field of Democrats running, or potentially running, for the Presidency in 2020. 1-28-2019
Tanina Carrabotta, Jan 26, 19
Take a trip to Little Japan at the Porter Exchange Mall in Cambridge. A mall full of tasty restaurants. You'll find ramen, udon, sushi, and sweets. My favorite restaurant is Yume Ga Arukara, which means "because I have a dream". A restaurant where the chef makes fresh udon by...
Maurice Wilkey, Jan 21, 19
Brian Corr heads the Cambridge Peace Commission. They are one of the lead co-sponsors Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration and Remembrance Day event entitled, Cambridge’s Annual MLK Day Commemoration and Remembrance. Monday, January 21, 2019 • 11:00 AM. Attached is a video of...
Beautiful Mural
Siobhan Bredin, Dec 31, 18
Cambridge has long invested in public art throughout our city. Implemented via City Ordinance, Percent-for-Art requires that one percent of the construction costs on municipal capital investment be designated for use in developing site-responsive public artwork. Nowhere is...
Peter Levine, Dec 28, 18
Cambridge Digs DEEP is an initiative launched by Mayor Marc McGovern and Councilor Sumbul Siddiqui to engage the community in conversations about equity, privilege, diversity, inclusion, and race in a series of forums and workshops starting November 2018 and continuing through...
Close up photo David Ticchi at microphone
Helen Kobek, Dec 23, 18
Every year, since 1983, like clockwork, the National Federation of the Blind's (NFB) Cambridge Chapter Annual Walk takes place, spearheaded by long-time Cambridge resident David Ticchi. In honor of his 35 years of work, raising a quarter of a million dollars, the NFB Cambridge...
Tanina Carrabotta, Dec 17, 18
Travel back in time to the 80's. Check out this local burger joint with a secret in the back. The menu has something for everyone, grill cheese, fries, and even a lentil burger for vegetarians. After your meal, go through the door in the back of the restaurant. Instead of the...
Happy Holidays image, colorful, shining balls of blue, white, green
Helen Kobek, Dec 16, 18
“What Do You Want From Me???” Nah, it’s not like that. Gosh, no. It’s not confrontational or angry. It’s an honest, sincere question geared towards preparing for the traditionally all-consuming HOLIDAY SEASON. What do your friends, family, neighbors, and community want from...
Tanina Carrabotta, Dec 14, 18
This year, the Harvard Square Holiday Fair celebrated its 33rd season at its new location in Saint Paul's church hall. Holiday shoppers will be greeted with a colorful bazaar of unique goods. Everything from items crafted by local artisans to trinkets from around the the world...