Do-Gooders, Key Players, and Game Changers: Cambridge YWCA

Body, mind and spirit are the three pillars of the United States YWCA—the institution’s original logo is composed of a triangle with its sides representing these facets of its services. In Cambridge in particular, the YWCA has strived to support underprivileged women and families since its founding 128 years ago.  For most of the YWCA’s […]

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What’s New: Food & Drink

Harvard Square: Bluestone LaneThe 27 Brattle St. space in Harvard Square, formerly home to Crema Cafe, has finally been filled, according to Eater Boston. Bluestone Lane, a cafe chain with “an essence of Australia and New York swank,” opened in the beginning of November with menu items including “avocado smash,” lemon ricotta pancakes, sandwiches, salads, […]


The Creation of a New Neighborhood

By Abbie Gruskin and Lilly Milman The community of East Cambridge is getting a new neighbor. Cambridge Crossing, a new “transit-oriented” development, is currently in the works at the intersection of Cambridge, Somerville, and Boston in the area formerly known as North Point.  Developing company DivcoWest, based in San Francisco and known for creating tech […]