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The City is developing plans to improve the intersection of Hampshire Street and Cambridge Street in Inman Square. We encourage community members to attend to learn more and provide feedback about the design for this important public space - http://camb.ma/2EMwCuq Location: Cambridge Rindge and Latin School Auditorium - 459 Broadway
“Delirium,” written and performed by Martin Dockery from 8 to 9:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Lilypad, 1353 Cambridge St., Inman Square. General admission tickets are $20 (or $23.16 with the online service fee).This article has 2 other Boston locations (Show)
Bread and Bones: A Fusion Dance and Concert from 7:30 p.m. Saturday to 12:30 a.m. Sunday at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Building 50, also known as the Walker Memorial, 142 Memorial Drive. General admission is $10.
“A Futile and Stupid Gesture” special screening at 10 p.m. Saturday at The Brattle Theatre, 40 Brattle St., Harvard Square. Free by downloading a pass here. (Seats are not guaranteed with a pass.)
An expected $131.6 million has come down to $129.5 million in a guaranteed maximum price agreement between the city and construction company Rich-KBE for the King Open/Cambridge Street Upper School & Community Complex at 850 Cambridge St., in the Wellington-Harrington neighborhood.
There’s a “Celebrate Love” pop-up store at Albertine Press, 1309 Cambridge St., Inman Square, with one-stop shopping for floral arrangements by Claudia LaPeña, boxes of...
...of course, there are zombies. It shows at 8 p.m. Wednesday at The Rockwell, 255 Elm St., Davis Square, Somerville. Tickets are $18 for students (or $21 with the online service fee...This article has 6 other Boston locations (Show)
...Bars made with with crushed Red Hot candies, Vietnamese cinnamon and cayenne at Salt & Olive, 1160 Massachusetts Ave., Harvard Square, through Wednesday.) Information is here...
...Bride” shows at 10 p.m. both nights. Tickets are $9 at The Brattle Theatre, 40 Brattle St., Harvard Square...
Take a lunchtime walk around the Fresh Pond Reservation on Wednesday and hear about “Love in the Animal Kingdom” from a park ranger. The noon to 1 p.m. stroll is rain or shine and and starts at the 250 Fresh Pond Parkway ranger station. Questions? Contact: tpuopolo@cambridgeMA.gov.
“Thorns” is a mix of improv comedy, storytelling, standup, songs, films and rants about love showing at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at ImprovBoston, 40 Prospect St., Central Square. Tickets are $18 general admission, or $14 for students.
...on Wednesday, starting in Harvard Square at 4 p.m. and walking to City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Ave., Central Square, to wrap up at 6 p.m. The young and young at heart...
...Sing-Along is the kind of thing you need, head to the Daddy Jones Bar, 525 Medford St., Magoun Square, Somerville, for a 4 to 6 p.m. break, with Jeff Jams taking...
...there’s also an 8 p.m. Wednesday showing for Valentines Day) at The Rockwell, 255 Elm St., Davis Square, Somerville. Tickets are $18 for students (or $21 with the online service fee...This article has 2 other Boston locations (Show)
Boston Bike Party’s Winter Games from 7 to 11 p.m. at North Point Park, 1 North Point Blvd., NorthPoint/Cambridge Crossing. Free.
“Something Wicked: The Bard, Improvised” from 10 to 11:30 p.m. Friday at ImprovBoston, 40 Prospect St., Central Square. Tickets are $18.
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The Outpost, at 186 Hampshire St., is a favorite. I’ve played there a few times. You walk down a short...
Diva Indian Bistro (246 Elm St., Davis Square, Somerville): The Indian restaurant had been open for over 20 years.This article has 18 other Boston locations (Show)
75 on Courthouse Square (220 Northern Ave.): 75 Chestnut and 75 on Liberty Wharf have a new similarly named sibling in the Seaport District, serving burgers, seafood and pasta entrees, and more — as well as a build-your-own bloody mary bar.
The Bagel Table (9 Boylston St., Chestnut Hill): Located in the longtime Rosie’s Bakery space at The Street, this new bakery features OMG! Bagels (a local brand) and serves some of Rosie’s greatest hits as well.
Blossom Bar (295 Washington St., Brookline): Like its Woburn sibling, the Brookline Sichuan Garden now has a snazzy cocktail bar inside. Those who loved dining at Sichuan Garden pre-revamp will still find a number of its dishes on the new, pared-down menu.
Cafe Landwer (900 Beacon St., Audubon Circle, Boston): This is the first United States location for the Israeli cafe chain, which will also open in Boston’s Cleveland Circle neighborhood.
Cava (1346 Boylston St., Fenway, Boston): This fast-casual Mediterranean chain comes by way of Washington, D.C., and it’s also expanding to Boston’s Back Bay and Cambridge’s Kendall Square, as well as Dedham and Hingham.
Globe Bar & Cafe (384 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): This Back Bay spot moved down the street, taking over the former Rattlesnake space. Yes, the rooftop will be open seasonally.
Grassona’s Italian (1704 Beacon St., Washington Square, Brookline): Fairsted Kitchen owner Steve Bowman briefly closed his restaurant to renovate it and reopen it as Grassona’s Italian, serving red-sauce Italian classics.
Hopsters (51 Sleeper St., Seaport District, Boston): The Newton-based brewpub and brew-your-own-beer facility has expanded to Boston proper (and has further expansion plans in the works). Go for a meal, a drink, and/or a brewing session.
Oisa Ramen (2 Broad St., Downtown Boston): This pop-up has found a cozy home in the Financial District, serving...
Olivia’s Bistro (136 Adams St., Nonantum, Newton): This Newton addition is serving wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizzas and more Italian food.
Tasty Burger (1 Nashua St., West End, Boston): The local burger chain’s sixth location is at North Station and features the group’s biggest bar (18 seats), at which beer and wine are served. There’s also a takeout window and free pool table.
Tatte Bakery & Cafe (399 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): Yet another expansion for the local cafe chain that now has eight outposts in Brookline, Boston, and Cambridge.
Xi’an Street Foods (182 Brighton Ave., Allston, Boston): Serving rougamo (flatbread sandwiches that resemble burgers), biang biang noodles, and other cuisine...
Bertucci’s (22 Merchants Row, Downtown Boston): The Faneuil Hall location of local pizza chain Bertucci’s opened way back in 1989.
Papagayo (283 Summer St., Fort Point, Boston): In an increasingly crowded neighborhood for Mexican restaurants and tequila bar, this location shut down, but Papagayo remains open in downtown Boston and Somerville’s Assembly Row.
Sultan’s Kitchen (116 State St., Downtown Boston): The Turkish restaurant, a staple of the downtown dining scene, had been around since 1981.
Tapeo Restaurant and Tapas Bar (266 Newbury St., Back Bay, Boston): Open for over 20 years, Tapeo cited the neighborhood’s “oppressive rents” as a factor in the restaurant’s closure.
Tilted Kilt (96 Brookline Ave., Fenway, Boston): Also known as “Scottish Hooters,” this “breastaurant” and sports bar chain didn’t last long in Fenway. In the region, a Billerica location remains open.
...spot. We Flow Together: The Port Playback Co. will partner with Art and Soul Studio, 91 Hampshire St., and other Port organizations, to train community members in techniques and tools for sustaining the...This article has 1 other Boston location (Show)
Port artist David Fichter will lead members of the community in creating exterior glass tile mosaics – expected to take a year and last between two and three decades – on The Elderly and Congregate Housing, 116 Norfolk St., and at a second location to be determined. Grant awarded: $29,000
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233 Cardinal Medeiros Ave., Cambridge, MA 02141 Rachel Leah Blumenthal for Eater Go after 10 p.m. and eat poutineThis article has 1 other Boston location (Show)
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...confirmed by a manager at the shop. It’ll move from 378 Highland Ave. to 241 Elm St., which used to be home to Julie’s Nails (which itself is moving not too...This article has 2 other Boston locations (Show)
...Square Facebook group and confirmed by a manager at the shop. It’ll move from 378 Highland Ave. to 241 Elm St., which used to be home to Julie’s Nails (which itself...
...to be home to Julie’s Nails (which itself is moving not too far away — 237 Highland Ave., a little outside of Davis Square...
...and partner Radouan Ouassaidi are no strangers to the Cambridge neighborhood: They also run Moona (243 Hampshire St.), a full-service Mediterranean restaurant located around the corner from where Pita will open at...
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...in Commonwealth Alternative Care, which has been paused briefly in its attempt to open at 1385 Cambridge St., Inman Square. Its founders were asked Jan. 2 by the Planning Board to speak with...
Police said Reddick shot and killed a 28-year-old man in the area of Tremont and Hampshire streets in Cambridge back in Novemver. Reddick was arrested on New Year’s Eve near Stuart Street in Boston.
The restaurant, situated at 246 Elm St., displayed a note of thanks for customers and the neighborhood for supporting the business through the years.
The shooting took place at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at Tremont and Hampshire streets in Cambridge. Police found the victim and took him to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston with a wound to the abdomen; he was pronounced dead there. The shooting was not believed to be random.
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Cambridge Police Commissioner Branville Bard Jr. have confirmed that Kevin Reddick, 17, of Cambridge, has been arrested in connection with the November 16, 2017 shooting death of 28-year-old Malachi Mims. Reddick has been charged with murder, armed assault with intent to murder, two counts of armed assault with intent to rob, possession of a firearm without a license, possession of ammunition and possession of a loaded firearm. An arraignment date has not been scheduled. The defendant was located on Stuart Street in Boston on December 31 and placed under arrest. On November 16, 2017, at approximately 7:30 p.m., Cambridge Police responded to a report of a shooting in the area of Tremont and Hampshire Street in Cambridge. They located the victim who was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead. The shooting was not believed to be random and the subsequent investigation led to the issuance of a warrant for the defendant's arrest. These charges are allegations and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty. The prosecutor assigned to this case is Assistant District Attorney Nicole Allain.
Highland Fried (1217 Cambridge St., Inman Square, Cambridge): Earlier this year, the Highland Kitchen team took over East Coast Grill; now, they’ve revamped it into Highland Fried, zeroing in on fried chicken, barbecue, and Tiki drinks.
Snappy Kitchen (234 Elm St., Davis Square, Somerville): Snappy Ramen hopped across Davis into a larger space and expanded its menu to include sushi, gyoza, and more — changing its name in the process. There’s still ramen, though.
East Coast Grill (1271 Cambridge St., Inman Square, Cambridge): It’s really gone this time, sort of. The Highland Kitchen owners...This article has 21 other Boston locations (Show)
Allium Market & Cafe (1330 Beacon St., Coolidge Corner, Brookline): A specialty food market, cheese shop, and cafe inspired by Zingerman’s Delicatessen in Michigan.
Fat Baby (118 Dorchester St., South Boston): This Loco Taqueria sibling serves up sushi, cocktails, and more in a loud, energetic space in Southie.
Kaju Tofu House (636 Beacon St., Kenmore Square, Boston): With one location in Allston and one recently defunct one in Harvard Square, Kaju Tofu House is back up to two locations with this new one in Kenmore, serving a range of Korean food.
Kor Tor Mor (24 College Ave., Davis Square, Somerville): Thai food with a focus on Bangkok street foods in the former Golden Light space.
La Colombe (29 Northern Ave., Seaport District, Boston): Boston’s second location of the Philadelphia-based coffee roaster and cafe chain. It’s also coming to Back Bay.
Moody’s Delicatessen (500 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): Waltham’s acclaimed delicatessen and charcuterie destination now has a Boston proper sibling serving up deli sandwiches and more. Note: Only open on weekdays.
Our Fathers (197 N. Harvard St., Lower Allston): A twofer from the Tasty Burger/Citizen Public House/Franklin Cafe team — a Jewish delicatessen on one side (takeout) and a full-service modern Israeli restaurant and bar on the other side. The bar’s got a strong gin focus.
Sunny Cafe (1000 Bennington St., East Boston): Sushi burritos, poke, bubble tea, and more.
Sushi Kappo (86 Peterborough St., Fenway, Boston): A casual spot from the team behind Ebi Sushi in Union Square. The new place serves sushi burritos, poke bowls, ramen, and more.
Sweetgreen (225 Franklin St., Downtown Boston): DC’s salad chain keeps expanding its leafy Boston-area reach. The newest location is in Post Office Square and is optimized for mobile and online order pick-up.
Trillium Garden at the Substation (4228 Washington St., Roslindale, Boston): Ever-popular Fort Point brewery Trillium has opened another seasonal “beer garden,” albeit indoors, in the old Roslindale substation. It’s expected to stay open into the spring.
16 Handles (1309 Beacon St., Coolidge Corner, Brookline): Another nail in the coffin of the froyo era.
British Beer Company (85 Providence Hwy., East Walpole): There are around a dozen other locations of this local chain around the area, but the longtime Walpole one is now gone. British Beer Company features an extensive beer list.
Dudley Dough (2302 Washington St., Roxbury, Boston): The Haley House’s fair-wage pizzeria closed due to financial struggles.
Emerald Lounge (200 Stuart St., Theatre District, Boston): The Revere Hotel’s nightclub closed in December, and the hotel plans to replace it with a new restaurant in spring 2018.
Fairsted Kitchen (1704 Beacon St., Washington Square, Brookline): Saying farewell on New Year’s Eve, Fairsted Kitchen will be reborn in the new year (under the same ownership) as Grassona’s Italian, serving Italian comfort food.
Globe Bar & Cafe (565 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): It’s not gone for good; it’s just relocating down the street to the former Rattlesnake space. It plans to reopen around January 2018.
Kamado Super Fusion (779 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, Boston): This sushi spot was open for a few years. It’ll be replaced by an Asian noodle soup spot called Asian Noodle Soup.
La Motta’s (1357 Washington St., South End, Boston): This Italian restaurant opened in late 2015 under the same ownership of the longtime previous occupant of the space, Union Bar & Grill. Now, it’ll be taken over by the Alpine Restaurant Group, reportedly opening a new Burro Bar there.
Pikaichi (1 Brighton Ave., Allston, Boston): This Allston ramen destination closed due to a rent hike but will try to relocate soon.
Sunset Grill & Tap and Patron’s (130 Brighton Ave., Allston): End of an era for this longtime comfort food spot with a massive beer list (and its upstairs pool hall, Patron’s). Sibling spot Sunset Cantina remains open on Comm. Ave.
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