Jean Joselin has been a cab driver in Cambridge, MA for over 30 years. One day a woman got into his car clearly distressed. When Jean asked the woman what was wrong, the woman told him everything - she’d been dumped by her boyfriend and didn’t know where to go. What happened next led to friendship, loyal clientele, and a beautiful story.
40,000-square-foot skate park to be built next year by the banks of the Charles.
Cambridge students grow it and cook it
It sounds like summer camp: Activities for about four dozen kids, four mornings a week, for four weeks. But it’s not.
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‘Rocky Horror’ midnight madness ends in Harvard Square
When the AMC Loews Harvard Square 5 theater closes its doors next month, it will mark the end of a 28-year tradition.
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In ‘Cure for Pain,’ recalling the man behind Morphine
Filmmakers Robert Bralver and David Ferino aim to illuminate the man behind the “low-rock” sound of the revered Boston rock trio.
AMC to close Harvard Square theater
The theater on Church Street, which is known for hosting weekly showings of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” will close in July.
Cambridge mulls NYC-type soda ban
Following in the footsteps of New York City, Cambridge is considering limiting the size of sodas and sugar-sweetened beverages in city restaurants.
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Great Barrington: It’s Cambridge with more time
- Great Barrington feels like what Cambridge would be if everyone there wasn’t riled up about delays on the Red Line or long lines at Starbucks.
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Harvard’s quirky graduation rituals
- In celebrating its 361st commencement today, Harvard University will summon time-honored traditions deep and dear.
Green Street Studios celebrates a vibrant community
- The studio, which will hold a 20th anniversary gala benefit performance on Saturday, has created a strong, creative dance community in Cambridge’s Central Square.