Harvard Square Cambridge Artists’ Cooperative Narrowly Stays in Harvard Multiple construction projects in Harvard Square—along with a decrease in foot traffic and ever-rising rents—almost sent the Cambridge Artists’ Cooperative searching for new digs. “We just feel like we need to be in a new space so that we can get the customers back and not […]
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We invite you to join us at the next History Cafe, where scholars Stephen Berrey and Tatiana Cruz will reflect on ways to grapple with “difficult histories,” based on Berrey’s expertise on the history of blackface and minstrelry. How do we deal with the tough stuff of history? Using blackface as a lens to engage […]
Join the Cambridge Historical Society in launching this year’s program theme, “How does Cambridge engage?” with a conversation between Dr. Karilyn Crockett, MIT lecturer in Public Policy and Urban Planning, and Diana Lempel, the Society’s Doing History Curator. Karilyn and Diana will discuss how everyday people in our city took collective action to stop the […]
Join us at this Opening Conversation, launching our 2018 theme, “Where is Cambridge From?” Opening Conversation speakers Alexandra Sedlovskaya and Dr. Kerri Greenidge, guided by Diana Lempel; will be setting the table for this year’s programs which will explore the ways Cantabrigians define where they’re “from” and why it matters. What makes someone feel they’re […]
Conversation with Rachel Meyers, Alnylam Pharmaceuticals; Robert Skenderian, Skenderian Apothecary; and moderated by Dwaipayan Banerjee. Get a peek behind the scenes to learn how life-saving drugs are developed in a biopharmaceutical lab, and hear from a 3rd-generation Cambridge pharmacist. We’ll be talking about the drug pipeline, and the different ways drug producing and dispensing companies […]
6:30-8pm: Conversation with Rachel Meyers from Alnylam Pharmaceuticals and Robert Skenderian from Skenderian Apothecary. Alnylam Pharmaceuticals. Get a peek behind the scenes to learn how life-saving drugs are developed, and hear from a 3rd-generation Cambridge pharmacist.
The restaurant honors a long legacy of fantastic food and a family-first focus in Central Square.
Tucked away in the 17th-Century Hooper-Lee-Nichols House, about halfway between Harvard Square and Fresh Pond Parkway, the Cambridge Historical Society doesn’t see much foot traffic. And that’s just fine with recently hired Executive Director Marieke Van Damme. “We’ve realized that being a museum is not what’s going to bring people to this site,” Van Damme […]