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Founded by Brianna Stiklickas, Meet Eugene, Inc. is a start-up that sells hedgehog food. The company is planning on starting a crowdsourcing campaign on Kickstarter to raise funds to cover their preliminary manufacturing costs. Meet Eugene, Inc. was one of start-ups featured at Mass Innovation Nights 67 on Wednesday night.
Employers and entrepreneurs from all over Boston gathered in Central Square on Wednesday night to attend Mass Innovation Nights 67. The event highlighted companies and start-ups founded by women.
Distinctly known for its reddish stone exterior ad ts turret, the historic building of the Cambridge Public Library was built in 1888.
The Cambridge Public Library boasts seven community meeting spaces and seating for over 200 people.
Samuel Adams's "Boston Lager," their signature, bestselling brew, was first in the round of three tastes tests included on the brewery tour.
The Samuel Adams "Boston Lager" was first put on tap at Doyle's Cafe located in Jamaica Plain.
On the way to Mount Auburn Cemetery, I wonder whether there are etiquette rules for visiting the home of the dead. There will be no doormat to wipe my feet on, nowhere to hang up my coat before I step right up to someone’s grandfather, nose nearly touching his engraved middle name
As the school year drudges on, the brown and grey buildings of Cambridge can often feel as confining as our stacks of midterm papers and textbooks. But spring is here, and the sporadic weather can reward us with some gorgeous days. Grab some friends and escape the confines of campus for a day trip to the Arnold Arboretum, the urban nature center maintained by both Harvard and the City of Boston.
Petsi Pies all over Cambridge will be offering customers the opportunity to recite digits of Pi to receive free pies on March 14th.
"Red-Eye to Havre de Grace" reveals the man behind the figure of Edgar Allen Poe.
“Red-Eye to Havre de Grace,” playing Feb. 13 to 16 at the Emerson/Paramount Center Mainstage by theater collective Lucidity Suitcase Intercontinental, is a spellbinding, visually stunning depiction of the mysterious last days of Edgar Allan Poe. A tense exploration of grief, loneliness, and the pitfalls of genius, the musical quickly draws in the audience and doesn’t let go.
With about 34 inches of snow so far this year, including about four inches that fell on Thursday, both Cambridge and Harvard have had their hands, and shovels, full, keeping the streets and sidewalks of Harvard Square clear.
Though many stories of dementia focus primarily on the relationships and emotional struggles of patients’ close friends and family, the script of “Absence” distinguishes itself by choosing to focus primarily on Helen’s interior losses. In doing so, the production forces the audience to contemplate the fine line between memory and identity in a way that lingers in the viewer’s mind afterwards.