Café ArtScience has drinking and dining down to… well, a science.
When Health Yoga Life opens its doors in Kendall Square next week, co-founder Vyda Bielkus hopes the studio will help the area’s innovators and educators find balance—and not just in their crane poses.
Sometimes all you want from a gym is to pop in your earbuds, jump on a treadmill and tune out while you work out. But if you’re looking to get fit in a space that offers a little more, check out one of these area gyms, where you’ll find yourself thinking “I get to go […]
Feel like you’ve been spinning your wheels workout-wise? Park yourself in this makeshift Kendall Square studio.
Teens at the Community Art Center spent the summer tackling tough topics with their neighbors.
In every issue, we send our photographer around town to capture photos of people having fun. Keep an eye out for her—you could be featured in an upcoming edition of Scout!
The scientists and scholars of Cambridge are attractive assets for the growing biotechnology industry. Between self-starting entrepreneurs and big global pharma, the city has become a garden of research and development, a hotbed for whole new medical ecosystems. At its center is Kendall Square, where brick-lined sidewalks give way to a distinctively new landscape of […]
There’s a new gym in Cambridge. It’s brightly lit and features brand new equipment, interior grassy turf, showers, a team of welcoming but challenging personal trainers and a resident pit bull named Blizzard who innocently darts between the weight cages. It might sound like a typical gym, save the dog, but there’s one thing about […]
If it’s lunchtime in Cambridge, there’s a good chance you’ll find Lyndon Fuller dropping off pizza at area establishments like Savenor’s Market and Turnstyle Cycle. Fuller isn’t your average delivery guy—in fact, he’s not a delivery guy at all. He’s the manager of Emma’s Pizza (40 Hampshire St.), and these pizzas are on the house. […]
This Friday, Jean-Luc Godard’s 3D film essay Goodbye to Language comes to Cambridge’s own Kendall Square Cinema, the culmination of one of the most confusing and frustrating release strategies in recent memory. Despite winning several prestigious critical awards and playing to sold-out crowds in New York (and New York alone), moviegoers in markets across the […]
Text from this post originally appeared in the What’s New section of our March/April 2015 print issue. KENDALL SQUARE EMMA’S PIZZA Emma’s (40 Hampshire St.) is an institution in Cambridge that has been around for more than five decades. In that time, they’ve moved around and innovated to keep the store as fresh as their […]
Have a vision of how Kendall Square should look? Time to speak up! The city is looking for input on the final design teams who in October advanced to the final stage of the Connect Kendall Square design competition. The contest is a response to the extensive changes Kendall Square experienced after years of development. […]