Here comes Peter Cottontail? Not exactly. With Easter tiptoeing around the corner, there’s an onslaught of rabbit sightings in Cambridge. For the non-believers, Scout photographer Ryan Miner snapped a photo of a wayward bunny in Harvard Yard today.
So, what’s new? We are, silly. It’s been four short years since Scout Somerville made its stunning debut in a not-so-stellar economy. We’re a community-driven magazine focusing on the news, culture and events of the city. We’ve reached thousands of readers over the years, and now, we’re excited to debut Scout Cambridge.
Number one on Harvard students’ wish lists? More nap time. In fact, the Harvard Crimson reports that a petition for a nap space in Harvard Yard is generating interest from sleep-deprived students at the ivy league.
There’s no clowning around at Esh Aerial Arts located at 33 Richdale Ave. near Cambridge’s Porter Square. However, there’s definitely a chance to go high wire. At the studio, students can get circus instruction and performance lessons to help them become more in sync with the way their body contorts and twists.
If you’re the kind who appreciates playful, intelligent humor and literature and an audience that’s just as much part of a performance as the performer, then whip out those dusty boxing gloves and head to the Middle East on Friday, March 8 for the Literary Death Match. It’s on, folks.
At Tasty Burger, you can get a regular burger or one that’s de-calf. Pun intended. Formerly a 7-Eleven at 40 JFK St., the burger joint serves chicken sandwiches, hot dogs and salads along with the burgers all made with locally produced ingredients.