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What if you could email a tree in Cambridge? 🌱 Would you? https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2015/07/when-you-give-a-tree-an-email-address/398210/
20 hours ago
"I keep hearing about this citywide composting thing, and I want to do it, but I'm nervous." WELL. There's a workshop for you --https://www.facebook.com/events/347802119059352/
25 hours ago
Winter dine out week is upon us. Check out our list of participating Harvard Square restaurants; all your favorites are having great deals!!!
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#wheresdenisetoday #JimmyTingle #Running4LtGovernor #IvebeentoBelmont #Holyoke #Lynn #Somerville #Cambridge #Boston #Chicopee #Belmont #itsnotajoke
2 days ago
Maud Morgan Visual Arts Center celebrates Women's History Month! "We thank Morgan for her efforts in being honest about herself, and being a constant form of inspiration in the art world." https://maudmorganarts.wordpress.com/2018/03/09/womens-history-month-maud-morgan/
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On April 29, 2018, the starting gun will go off for the first inclusive 5K race in Harvard Square that recognizes the resilience and tenacity of disabled athletes while celebrating the recent advances in science and technology that are ushering in a new bionic age, according to race director and Cambridge resident, Will Borden. It’s called the Bionic5K and two of the three race founders are amputees. One is the world’s leading scientist in biomechatronics, one is an elementary school teacher, and one has staged and directed six 5K races in Harvard Square from 2011-2016. Borden elaborates, “The 5K is the #1 race distance in the United States. In 2016, 17,000 5K races were held in the US with over 8.2 million finishers. Typical races include one or two disabled athletes in a large crowd of participants. We believe we can do something different.” “By assembling a critical mass of amputee and disabled runners, we can break down barriers and normalize the experience of running alongside people with significant adaptations. In addition, by shining a light on the recent advances in science, technology and rehabilitation medicine, we can engage and inspire a broader group of people as volunteers, runners and supporters, building awareness of the incredible strides that are being made to end disability as we know it today,” adds Borden. “Ultimately, we hope that this truly inclusive race will not only bring different types of runners together but also bring new people into the running community - encouraging those who might ordinarily shy away from a 5k because of disability to join our group of all ages and abilities in celebrating possibilities over disabilities,” Borden added. Contact Will Borden directly, info@bionic5K 617-520-5213 For more information and registration, please go to: bionic5K.com.
6 days ago
Zambrero, coming soon to Harvard Square! Grand opening event on March 20th 11:00am
Celebrate St. Paddy's Day in Harvard Square. Enjoy a classic Irish meal, special discounts and promotions from some of your favorite local businesses.
ABC and Maud Morgan Arts offices and programs will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, 3/14, due to the storm.
Nice T-Shirt, Steve!
On Saturday, our Greater Ashmont Main Street, ED, Jenn Cartee not only did her shopping at the Dorchester Winter Farmers Market, but shared how the Ashmont Farmers Market is working with other food leaders from across the neighborhood about how we're working for a healthy Dorchester! Thanks Codman Square Neighborhood Council & Codman Square Health Center for all you're doing to help create food access for all!
On this snowy day, sharing some photos of a beautiful new addition to the kid-designed play structure in our backyard (and two adults -ED Maria LaPage and Early Ed Site Director Sam Eaton- getting their fill before we hand it over to the young'ins!)
Hawaiian seafood bowls have arrived in Cambridge’s Harvard Square. Pokéworks debuted its second local restaurant this week, opening at 1440 Massachusetts Ave. in the space previously occupied by the juice bar Liquiteria.
Agassiz Baldwin Community and Maud Morgan Visual Arts Center programs and offices will be closed on Tuesday, March 13th, due to the incoming storm. Stay safe!
The March ANC Meeting has been canceled. Please join us in April on Tuesday the 10th at 7:30 PM. http://agassiz.org/2018/03/canceled-march-anc-mtg/
Le Corbusier’s Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts (CCVA), Harvard University, 24 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA
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Emerson Urban Arts: Media Art Gallery, 120 Boylston Street, Boston, MA
Galerie d’Orsay, 33 Newbury Street, Boston, MA
MIT List Visual Arts Center, 20 Ames Street, Cambridge, MA
Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, adapted by Sarah Ruhl. Directed by A.Nora Long. Staged by the Lyric Stage Company of Boston 140 Clarendon Street, Boston, through March 25.
Ripe Frenzy by Jennifer Barclay. Directed by Bridget Kathleen O’Leary. A New Rep co-production with the Boston Center for American Performance at Studio ONE, Boston University, 855 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA, through March 11.
Brawler by Walt McGough. Directed by M. Bevin O’Gara. Produced by the Boston Playwright’s Theatre in collaboration with Kitchen Theatre Company at the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre. 949 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA, through March 18.
The Hotel Nepenthe by John Kuntz. Directed by Alex Lonati. Staged by Brown Box Theater Project at the Atlantic Wharf, 290 Congress Street, Boston, MA, through March 11.
Every Brilliant Thing by Duncan MacMillan. Directed by Marianna Bassham. Staged by SpeakEasy Stage Company at the Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527 Tremont Street, Boston, MA, through March 31.
Berklee College of Music, 160 Mass. Ave., Boston, MA
City Winery, 80 Beverly Street, Boston MA
At Jordan Hall/New England Conservatory, 30 Gainsborough Street, Boston, MA
At All Saints Parish, 1773 Beacon Street, Brookline, MA
At MIT/Killian Hall, 160 Memorial Drive, Cambridge,
9 Wallis, Beverly, MA
The Boch Center Shubert Theatre, 270 Tremont St, Boston MA
EveryBlock collects 19 types of news in Boston — including articles, real estate listings, meetups and conversations neighbors are having — and organizes it by location. Here is all the recent news and discussion near 1850-1899 Cambridge St.