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Passerby walk near the Women’s Community Cancer Project Mural on Church Street on Tuesday evening. The mural, which commemorates women who have fought and are fighting cancer, was completed by artist Beatrice "Be" Sargent in 1998.
Stunt comedian Wacky Chad performs in Brattle Square on Friday afternoon. Wacky Chad, who has been performing for over a decade, has performed at the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII and has appeared on America's Got Talent twice.
Now that Mother Nature has decided to grace Cambridge with some actual summer weather, Flyby wants to bring this hidden gem, open every day until 7 p.m., to light.
The suspects are expected to be formally charged once the police investigation is complete.
Cambridge Police are investigating two armed robberies that occurred early Friday morning near Harvard Square.
Representatives from the Cambridge City Planning Board unveiled a potential plan to build a skyscraper in Kendall Square on Monday.
Cambridge residents and members of the board at a public hearing on Thursday expressed mixed opinions of the plans.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev spoke in court for the first time since he entered a “not guilty” plea at his arraignment hearing two years ago, expressing remorse for his actions.
The unanimous vote to recommend Harvard’s plans to renovate the Smith Campus Center to the city’s Board of Zoning Appeal moves the construction plans one step closer to city approval.
Residents raised concerns about snow removal and the forced evacuation of rental properties on 295 Harvard Street at the Cambridge City Council’s weekly meeting on Monday.
Anti-war pickets struggle to stuff postcards into the Central Square post-office box in February, 1965.
Over 40 participants gathered outside Memorial Church Thursday to memorialize victims of the recent earthquakes in Nepal. CORRECTION: A version of this caption incorrectly stated the date of the vigil. In fact, it was held on Thursday.
"I'm here to honor the victims that have lost their lives, and I'm just here to support the community," said Esha Pillay, 24, a student at the Kennedy School. Over 40 participants gathered for a candlelight vigil cosponsored by the South Asia Institute and Students for Nepal.
Participant Esha Pillay lights her candle at a candlelight vigil to honor victims of recent earthquakes in Nepal Thursday on the steps of Memorial Church. The vigil was cosponsored by Harvard's South Asia Institute as well as Students for Nepal, a group of students and professionals in the greater Boston area working to support Nepal's recovery.
"Let's keep this light spreading--not just for a couple of months, but until all the work that needs to happen there gets done," said Anuraj Jha, a student at the Kennedy School from Nepal. Over 40 Harvard participants gathered outside Memorial Church Thursday to memorialize victims of the recent earthquakes in Nepal. CORRECTION: A version of this caption incorrectly stated the date of the vigil. In fact, it was held on Thursday.