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Crapping on Cambridge’s First Public Crapper

I’ve peed on the streets of Cambridge—more than once, in fact. Faced with a long walk home after hours of being over-served by heavy-handed barkeeps, […]

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GentriWatch: Cambridge Rents Saw Biggest Jump in 2015

Welcome to GentriWatch, where we look for signs of gentrification happening around the city. DEPENDING ON WHO YOU ASK, the Boston area’s hottest neighborhood in […]

Home & Property

Open Houses in Cambridge to See This Weekend

1. A Historic Harvard Square Haven 29 Grant Street #29 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 1,758 square feet, $1,695,000 Open House: Sunday, January 24. 12-1 p.m. What makes it cool: […]

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World of Beer Taps into Cambridge

UPDATE, July 11: World of Beer opens at the CambridgeSide Galleria today. PREVIOUSLY: By the time you have to start back-to-school shopping, the CambridgeSide Galleria […]

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Cambridge Named Third-Queerest City in America

Cambridge has been named the third-queerest city in America by The Advocate, an LGBT publication. Hartford took top honors, while Inglewood, California came in second. “There […]

Home & Property

Twenty20 in Cambridge Is a Vision of Perfection

East Cambridge goes upscale with the neighborhood’s newest tower.

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Cambridge Has the Best New Bike Lane in America

The seemingly never-ending construction on Western Avenue made that vital Cambridge thoroughfare nightmarish, but today the work is complete, leaving Cantabrigians with a vastly improved […]

Restaurants

Restaurant Review: Shepard in Cambridge

Rene Becker and Susan Regis have turned their pedigreed techniques and homey sensibilities into a restrained wood-fired menu with timeless appeal.

John Harvard's
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John Harvard’s Cambridge Officially Ceases Brewing Operations

A longstanding brewpub in Cambridge is taking the “brew” out of its daily operations. John Harvard’s Brewery & Ale House in Harvard Square hasn’t been brewing […]

Arts & Entertainment

Five Questions with Cambridge Comic Jimmy Tingle

Jimmy Tingle hopes to send 2015 off with a laugh when his “Humor for Humanity” show takes over the Wilbur Theatre on New Year’s Eve. […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Dazies Unveil a Cambridge Residency

This post originally appeared on Vanyaland. Here in the Boston area, January is usually the coldest, loneliest month. By then, the comforting glow of the […]

Home & Property

A New Living Wall Completes a Cambridge Building

Fuse Cambridge is taking its efforts for green design to the next level with a newly installed collection of wall-mounted plants that’s designed to turn heads and promote healthy living. […]

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The Cambridge City Council vs Breitbart.com

The Cambridge City Council has formally chastized the conservative news site Breitbart.com after the publication of a story that took several shots at Councilor Nadeem Mazen. […]

Arts & Entertainment

Meet Julia Powell, the Cambridge Artist Featured on The Mindy Project

Step inside Dr. Mindy Lahiri’s office on The Mindy Project, and you’ll see two paintings by Cambridge-based artist Julia Powell—one, of sailboats, behind Lahiri’s desk, and […]

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PAGU Headed For Cambridge from O Ya Alum Tracy Chang

One of the driving forces behind Boston’s most welcome ramen boom a few years back is developing her own Japanese tapas restaurant. Tracy Chang is planning to open PAGU […]