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Cambridge, Massachusetts is a historic city situated directly north of Boston, across the Charles River. Just moments away from the hustle of Boston, Cambridge is an eclectic town with unique shops, restaurants and cafes, and is home to several notable colleges, including Harvard University and MIT. From bars to coffee shops and bookstores, there is plenty to explore and enjoy in Cambridge.

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Clover Food Lab Cooked Up Breakfast for 135 Plow Drivers

Although the snowstorm that hit the area didn’t leave as much of the powdery white stuff in the Greater Boston region as expected, plow drivers […]

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Kevin Bacon Wants People To Skip The Department Stores And Shop Locally

A grassroots movement that started as a collaboration between two organizations in Somerville and Cambridge, and has since turned into a national campaign, is calling […]

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PHOTOS: Cambridge Anthropologie Hosts Live Art Exhibition with Gwyneth Leech

Unlike many of us, Gwyneth Leech does not throw away a paper cup after finishing her daily dose of hot coffee or tea that was […]

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Watch How This Cambridge Shoe Company’s Exclusive Footwear Is Made

The Cambridge-based shoe company, Concepts, has been teaming up with some of the leading boot manufacturers around the country for years, bringing “sneaker heads” authentic […]

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Boston Won’t Have Hubway This Winter, But Cambridge Will

Cambridge just one-upped Boston. While Boston residents won’t see a Hubway station on the streets this winter, riders on the other side of the Charles […]

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This Boston Map Took the Whole ‘Annex Cambridge’ Thing Seriously

Out-of-towners and real estate agents have been trying especially hard to give Boston new ways of identifying neighborhoods (as if we need it). But finally, one guide […]

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In the War to Annex Somerville, Cambridge Is the Loser

What’s clear in the coming regional war between eastern Massachusetts municipalities is that Cambridge is going to lose. In our latest issue, Colin Kingsbury suggested […]

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Facebook Sends Cease and Desist to Developer Claiming His Website ‘Infringed’ on Their Trademark

Facebook allegedly threatened to fine a software engineer from Cambridge who created an app that let users cut back on time they spent on the […]

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DrinkIn: MIT Grads Launch Alcohol Delivery Service in Cambridge

Cambridge residents, and MIT students, can now get beer delivered to their door by bike. Three MIT graduates launched DrinkIn on Monday, a website that […]

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See Boston’s Skyline From 120-Feet In The Air

Food trucks, festivities, and a free ride on a Ferris wheel: It’s all happening in Cambridge this week. Education First is giving attendees a chance […]


Cambridge-Based Living Proof Gets New Patent for Hair Product

By now, you’ve seen Living Proof in Sephora or ULTA, or heard about it here on Bostonmagazine.com. The company uses science and biotechnology that originated […]

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Little Free Libraries Are Making Book Borrowing More Interesting

As digital everything continues to grow, a small but intriguing facet has tapped into a simpler way of attracting people to print while promoting  awareness […]

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Cambridge Gets Its Own Open Market, Thanks to the Creators of SoWa

When it comes to open-air markets in Boston, there’s no question that the SoWa Open Market in the South End is one of our favorite […]

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Cambridge Company Creates Map to Show Which Officials Voted For ‘Tech Tax’

In July, when news broke that a lengthy Transportation Bill including a proposition to tack on a 6.25 percent “tech tax” for companies developing certain […]

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Cambridge Versus Boston DJ Battle: City Councilors Face Off Behind the Decks

Boston and Cambridge have been at odds for years over turf, talent retention, and which city fosters the best students and universities. But now, there […]