Cambridge

River Rage

How did Tom Menino get the People’s Republic so riled up? He stole its companies.

Person of Interest: Rich Miner

Meet the techie who put Cambridge on Google’s map.

Straight Outta Cambridge

A descendant of John Adams is making waves in the hip-hop industry. But is Sammy Adams in it for the music – or the money?

Dining Out Evoo

Restaurant Review: Evoo in Cambridge

The location may have changed, but chef Peter McCarthy’s cuisine still keeps diners on their toes.

Boston Home Winter 2010: Need for Speed: Cambridge's Single Speed Design: sustainable architecture

Boston Home: Why Boston?JH: Like a lot of young designers, we met at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. Jinhee was finishing her master’s when we […]

Dining Out: Ten Tables Cambridge

When Jamaica Plain’s Ten Tables debuted a second outpost in Harvard Square, some may have feared a sophomore slump. Instead, the new kid looks ready for the honor roll.

News

Cambridge Is America’s Worst Best Walking City

Due to high gas prices and a dearth of parking, those of us who live in Cambridge generally walk to our destination. As experienced Cantabridgian […]

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Elizabeth Edwards Comes to Cambridge

We love Elizabeth Edwards. Whether she’s fighting cancer or Ann Coulter (not that there’s much of a difference between the two—ba dum dum) she appears […]

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The Cambridge City Council Continues to Amuse Us

When we left last the Cambridge City Council, it was flip-flopping on a proposal to consider limiting the number of non-related persons in a single […]

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Cambridge City Council Asks for a Do-Over

Keeping large groups of students from living in an apartment is all the rage. Earlier this month, Boston City Councilor Mike Ross’ four-student limit was […]

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Harvard Gets Schooled By 85-Year-Old Cambridge Man

A study published on the website of medical journal Alzheimer’s & Dementia shows that the mental ability of America’s senior citizens has improved over the […]

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Cambridge Astrologer Predicts 2008

We here at Boston Daily love to read our horoscopes. (For our money, the ones in the Herald are the best.) But we’d never thought […]

Arts & Entertainment

Commie Bashers in Cambridge?

There was an item in the Names section of the Globe this morning about the slew of enlightened Hollywood heavyweights who are in Cambridge to […]

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Cambridge Waves the Flag

Last week, we wrote about the Cambridge election commission’s removal of Boy Scout donation boxes from primary polling places after complaints they implied a pro-war […]

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Don’t Ever Change, Cambridge

In these uncertain times, it’s nice to know we can rely on some things. The sun will always rise and set. Gravity will always hold […]