If you’re too poor to afford a Together Fest pass but still need your dose of super-fresh, razor-edge electronic pop, then stop by ZuZu tonight to hear Cry Guy play their first Boston-area show in two months The duo, which consists of local ambient-electronic musician Cameron Potter and Berklee first-year Virginia de las Pozas, formed […]
The neglected stretch of sidewalk between Cambridge Common and Porter Square is set to receive an extensive and badly needed makeover. On Saturday, the newly formed Arts Committee for “The Avenue” – referring to the above-mentioned section of Massachusetts Avenue – issued a call to artists, requesting proposals for public art to be installed on […]
A 133-year-old inscription on a 144-year-old granite slab marking Cambridge’s “First Meeting House” has made a homecoming of sorts after being hidden for 84 years. What resurfaced near Alewife Station’s construction this past January was a 99″ long/31″ high/11.5″ deep piece of granite full of history that reads: “SITE OF THE FIRST MEETING HOUSE IN CAMBRIDGE […]
Don’t get your hopes up just yet, but rumor has it that there may be a Shake Shack (JFK and Winthrop) opening up in Harvard Square, in the space next to OM restaurant. “At this point we have submitted an application to the city for a special permit, and we will not be in a […]
The mayor and governor are asking everyone across the state to join in a moment of silence at 2:50 p.m. Monday, April 22 … the time of the marathon bombings. The one-minute silent tribute to victims will be followed by the ringing of bells in Boston and other spots throughout Massachusetts. It marks one week […]
Somerville’s Sean Collier, a 26-year-old MIT police officer, died last night after two men fired shots at him between Vassar and Main streets in Cambridge. Collier was “a dedicated officer who was extremely well liked by his colleagues and the MIT community,” says MIT police chief John DiFava in a press release. Before joining the […]
Shots have been fired near Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Strata Center, according to MIT’s emergency information center. “At 10:48 PM today gunshots were reported near Building 32 (Stata) which is currently surrounded by responding agencies,” they report here. “The area is cordoned off. Please stay clear of area until further notice. Unknown if injuries have […]
As if Cambridge needed yet another reason to brag. NerdWallet.com, a website concerned with you saving an extra buck or two, named Cantabrigians the greenest commuters in the nation, ahead of New Yorkers, Bostonians and San Franciscans.
There have always been talks about a hushed rivalry between Somerville and Cambridge, when really each city both have great things to offer—Somerville being a bit more residential, Cambridge being a bit more commercial. That can be proven by Jennifer Lawrence (no, not from The Hunger Games) and Pardis Saffari’s new movement to meld both […]
Friday, April 12 Lez Zeppelin—NYC’s premier all-female Led Zeppelin tribute band is dropping the hammer on Cambridge. Feeling dazed and confused? Then come on by and let them give you every inch of their love! Mellow Bravo will open. Presented by Rock On! 8 p.m. $20. Middle East Downstairs, 472 Mass. Ave.
Fans of Cambridge’s comedic, geek-chic scene are out of luck. The popular geek-culture comedy festival, originally slotted for April 16-22 at ImprovBoston in Central Square, is on hiatus after a seven-year run because of an intellectual property battle, reports Marc Levy at Cambridge Day here. Apparently, founder and organizer Kevin Harrington had issue with ImprovBoston […]
Thank goodness it’s Friday. Scout Cambridge is here to give you the lowdown on what to do this weekend. We’ve got a wide variety for you this time around–some fashion, music, comedy and art. Check out what’s happening in your neck of the woods.