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HUBweek will kick off this Saturday with the first in a series of diverse lectures, art installations, panels and forums that will comprise the week-long celebration of Boston area innovation and arts.
Twenty-three candidates are running for nine available Cambridge City Council positions in the city’s biennial elections, with seven of the nine incumbents joining together for a shared campaign platform.
The board’s four-to-one vote comes after Harvard planners and architects met with the zoning board twice this summer in attempts to receive its approval, but a vote was delayed both times after pushback from local residents.
Traffic maneuvers around plastic cones on Mount Auburn St. Wednesday’s downpour delayed road construction.
Street signs warn traffic of ongoing construction on Mt. Auburn St. Wednesday’s downpour delayed road construction.
Pedestrian traffic has been re-routed and motor vehicles limited to one lane of travel to make way for repairs on Mount Auburn Street sidewalks and roadways.
People stand in line for fluffernutter sandwiches, which are filled with peanut butter and fluff. This fundraiser, run by Somerville Public Schools, sells over 2,000 sandwiches every year at the annual Fluff Festival.
Sue Geller prepares the fluff for Fear Factor Fluff, where visitors tried out different, unexpected combinations of fluff and other ingredients such as spam and hot sauce.
Brandy Wine, Busty Keaton, and Dewie Decimator are the stage names of the “Fluffettes,” who pose before they perform on the Main Stage at the Fluff Festival.
Donna Mae Pascizniak, the author and publisher of Marshmallows Galore, holds up her children’s book near the entrance of the Fluff Festival. Pascizniak was inspired “while day dreaming at work,” and she quit that job to pursue the book.
Participants check-in for 'Pink Out Day for Planned Parenthood' in the Adams Junior Common Room. The Harvard College Democrats and Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund of Massachusetts organized the event where students donned pink and canvassed in Harvard Square in support of the organization Tuesday night.
As Congress and Americans debate the future of Planned Parenthood and its federal funding, some Harvard students and area residents weighed in.
The restaurant will tentatively have projector screens, stay open until 1 a.m. on weekdays, and seat up to 90 people.
Businesses located in Harvard’s Smith Campus Center, including local institutions like Al’s Cafe and the Clover Food Lab, must vacate their spaces in the next several months to make way for planned renovations.