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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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Restaurants

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 […]

Home & Property

On the Market: A Fixer-Upper Cottage in Cambridge

196 Franklin Street, Cambridge Price: $499,000 Size: 587 square feet Bedrooms: 2 Baths: 1 In most Cambridge hot spots, where real estate prices are high, it’s almost impossible […]

Arts & Entertainment

Le Laboratoire Cambridge Adds Music to Immersive Gallery Experiences

Heading into its second year of programming, Le Laboratoire Cambridge is ramping up its offerings of immersive, interdisciplinary visitor experiences. Unlike a traditional gallery, Le […]

Arts & Entertainment

Mac Sabbath, the McDonald’s-Themed Black Sabbath Cover Band, Is Coming to Cambridge

This post originally appeared on Vanyaland. The world’s greatest McDonald’s-themed Black Sabbath cover band (or is it the world’s greatest Black Sabbath-themed McDonald’s band?) is […]

Arts & Entertainment

Interview: Shamir, Whose Ratchet Tour Comes to Cambridge This Week

This post originally appeared on Vanyaland. Shamir Bailey, better known these days simply by his stage name, Shamir, loves a good Vegas buffet. In many […]

Restaurants

Kimchi Kitchen Debuts This Week in Cambridge

UPDATE, September 12, 2016: Kimchi Kitchen has reopened after shuttering in early June for repairs. PREVIOUSLY: A casual Korean restaurant is getting ready for its grand opening […]

Arts & Entertainment

Jamaica Plain Record Store Deep Thoughts Announces ‘Quasi-Temporary’ Cambridge Location

This post originally appeared on Vanyaland. Usually, we write about record stores closing. Now we get to write about one opening. Jamaica Plain’s Deep Thoughts, […]

Arts & Entertainment

‘Birdly,’ a Virtual Reality Flight Simulator, Is Coming to Cambridge

From Daedalus and Icarus to Leonardo da Vinci to modern-day skydivers, humans have always wanted to fly. Powered by a motion platform and virtual reality […]

Home & Property

Cambridge Ranks as Most Expensive Real Estate Market

Coldwell Banker Real Estate released its 2015 Home Listing Report this week, and Cambridge ranked as the most expensive market in the state. Cambridge was […]

Arts & Entertainment

A Billy Ruane Statue Might Be Coming to Cambridge

This post originally appeared on Vanyaland. Boston music scene icon Billy Ruane would have turned 58 years old today, and now, more than five years […]

News

First Student-Run Homeless Shelter for Young Adults to Open in Harvard Square

When Jamila Bradley first arrived in Boston from her native Florida, it was the city’s countless brick buildings she noticed first—or, more accurately, their permanence. […]

News

Cambridge Council Candidate Drops out After Racist Posts Surface

A candidate for Cambridge City Council dropped out Monday after it was revealed he authored several posts on a prominent white supremacist website as a teenager. John […]

Arts & Entertainment

New Music Venue and Restaurant Sonia’s Will Replace T.T. the Bear’s Place

After more than 40 years of hosting shows and championing local talent, iconic Central Square institution T.T. the Bear’s Place bid farewell over the summer, […]