From the Longy community and all the lives you have impacted so profoundly through your work, we thank you for your years of dedication to Longy, and to centering music as social change.
The City of Cambridge has announced that due to the sustained improvement to the City’s COVID-19 metrics over the past month, Cambridge will lift its mask requirement for indoor public places effective at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, March 13, 2022.
Harvard University Employees Credit Union members now have a destination for their old batteries.Cambridge, MA—February 15, 2022— The Harvard University Employees Credit Union (HUECU)has kicked off a new battery recycling program.
The Art of Banksy is Coming to Harvard SquareThe Unauthorized Private Collection is the Largest Banksy Exhibit Ever Assembled The Art of Banksy: The Unauthorized Private Collection, the largest Banksy exhibit ever assembled, will open on February 17th and due to overwhelming demand, the exhibit has …
Prince Hall Memorial, Cambridge Common February is Black History Month, an annual observance originating in the United States, that celebrates and honors African-American History. It is officially recognized in the United States, Canada, and more recently in Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
Good evening everyone, The City of Cambridge announced a new Restaurant and Nightlife Relief Grant program today which will award $2,500,000 to eligible Cambridge venues.
Harvard University students had the opportunity to hear from industry experts aboutinvesting, retirement, credit, and money management as a student.
BRATTLE SQUARE FLORIST TO REMAIN OPENBusiness returns to founding family Last month’s announcement that Brattle Square Florist would be closing on January 31st led to an outpouring of support from its customers and the community.
The Traffic, Parking and, Transportation Department will host a community meeting regarding safety improvements in Porter Square. This project will install separated bike lanes from Roseland St to Beech St as part of the City’s Cycling Safety Ordinance.
Reimagined Festival Showcases Greater Boston’s Deep Tradition of Music, Song and Dance from Celtic Communities Club Passim announced that the 19th annual Boston Celtic Music Festival (BCMFest) will move online.