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Sonia, at the Old T. T. The Bear’s Place, Is Opening Soon in Cambridge

The cat is out of the bag! We can’t wait to see everyone here at Sonia pic.twitter.com/Mw9a3e1rL9 — Sonia (@soniamideast) February 22, 2017 Very soon, […]

Home & Property

Home Additions: Arty in the Back

Architect Maryann Thompson loved the 1860s Cambridge/Somerville six-bedroom home—big enough for her five children, it was packed with potential. And because the house backed up […]

Restaurants

Restaurant Review: Waypoint in Cambridge

With full-bore flavors and opulent ingredients, Michael Scelfo’s Alden & Harlow follow-up gives pristine seafood—and everything else on the menu—the Midas touch.

City Life

Rhode Island Fugitive James Morales Captured in Somerville

  The manhunt for James Morales, the fugitive who allegedly escaped a Rhode Island detention center on New Year’s Eve and has led authorities on an […]

City Life

Firefighter Reunites Cambridge Woman with Her Cats in Viral Video

It was the morning after the most intense and destructive blaze in recent memory for the city, and Cambridge Fire Department Lt. Brian Casey was there […]

Restaurants

Pagu Set to Open This Winter

Opening this month in Cambridge’s innovation district, Japanese-Spanish fusion restaurant Pagu brings a different kind of experiment to MIT turf.

City Life

Jamie Eldridge Arrested While Protesting for $15 Minimum Wage in Cambridge

State Sen. Jamie Eldridge was one of three dozen protesters arrested by Cambridge police in Central Square early Tuesday morning. The Acton Democrat and co-chairman […]

Home & Property

Genius Squared: A Midcentury Modern Home Makeover in Cambridge

A family respectfully renovates a former trucking garage turned modern home originally designed by renowned architect Paul Rudolph.

City Life

Report: USPS Worker in Cambridge Hurls Trump-Inspired Racism at Hispanic Man

Update, Friday, November 11, 12:20 p.m.: This story has been updated to include a new statement from the USPS. The US Postal Service is investigating Thursday after […]

Restaurants

A Brief History of Cambridge’s Confectioner’s Row

Take a stroll down Main Street in Cambridge and you’re bound to see brick buildings, plenty of bicyclists, and a fair amount of factories. Some […]

City Life

Five Massachusetts Towns Get Perfect Scores on LGBTQ Equality

Boston is one of four spots in Massachusetts with a perfect score on LGBTQ equality, according to the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation’s fifth-annual “Municipal Equality […]

City Life

Cambridge-Born Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej Dies at 88

King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand, the longest reigning monarch in history, died Thursday at Siriraj Hospital in Bangkok. He was 88. Adulyadej had been in […]

Arts & Entertainment

Cambridge Cops Got to Meet Bruce Springsteen

It’s not every day you get to meet the Boss. Usually the only way to see Bruce Springsteen up close is to shell out top […]

City Life

Bicyclist Killed in Collision with Tractor-Trailer in Porter Square

A bicyclist was killed in a collision with a tractor-trailer in Porter Square around 8 a.m. Wednesday, Cambridge police say. The truck’s driver remained at […]

Home & Property

On the Market: A Regal Reading Nook in Cambridge

Gertrude Stein, Bill Clinton, and more have all been guests here.