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Cambridge Officials Consider Covering DACA Reapplication Fees

Cambridge City Council will consider a proposal tonight to cover the reapplication fees charged to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients. Every two years, the […]

City Life

Cambridge Librarian: We Don’t Want Your Books, Melania Trump

A librarian in Cambridge has some strong words for First Lady Melania Trump, who sent bundles of children’s books to libraries around the country this […]


Review: Les Sablons in Cambridge

Are you a small-plates progressive, or a structured-course traditionalist? A Harvard Square bistro draws a line in the sand.


The Breakdown: Momi Nonmi’s Striking Sashimi Rose

Chef Chris Chung brings Japanese small plates with a healthy twist to Cambridge.

City Life

Dozens of Professors Were Arrested at a DACA Protest in Harvard Square

At least 20 professors from Harvard and area universities are being arrested in an act of civil disobedience against DACA repeal — Leah Yared […]

City Life

Cambridge Just Banned Non-Rescue Animals at Pet Shops

Following in the pawsteps of cities that are cracking down on sales of pets from commercial breeders, Cambridge’s City Council has just voted in favor […]


Review: Pagu in Cambridge

A dizzying Asian-Spanish mash-up debuts in Central Square.

Arts & Entertainment

A New Flea Market Is Coming to Central Square

New England Open Markets and the Central Square Business Association are bringing a new open air market to Cambridge on June 25. Central Flea is […]

Home & Property

These Are the Most Expensive Homes for Sale in Cambridge

Aside from its fair share of top-tier universities, Cambridge is home to a slew of extravagant houses for sale. From a stately Colonial Revival masterpiece to an […]


Review: Benedetto in Cambridge

Modern Italian returns to the old Rialto space.

City Life

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to Visit Cambridge Public Library

There’s plenty of Cambridge on the Supreme Court—five of its nine justices graduated from Harvard, after all. This weekend, the highest court in the land is […]

Home & Property

What’s the Story Behind the Harvard Lampoon Building?

What’s up with that Harvard Lampoon building?


East Coast Grill Is Firing It Up, Again

Can a restaurant that was cutting-edge in the ’80s survive in today’s competitive dining landscape? At Cambridge’s recently reopened East Coast Grill, chef Mark Romano is about to find out.

City Life

Peek Inside the New Target in Cambridge

Cambridge residents are about to have a lot more big box options within walking distance. A brand new Target is opening in Central Square. “You […]

City Life

The Central Square Target Is Taking Shape

Cantabrigians fond of low-price goods on the go will soon welcome the city’s first-ever Target store. The highly anticipated, scaled-down version of the retailer plans to […]