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  • NESN – Drama at the Station

    I bet many of you watch a sporting network favorite, NESN, almost everyday. What many of you probably don’t know well, but have heard of, the recent drama behind NESN’s closed doors. NESN recently made a huge announcement yesterday morning when Red Sox chairman Tom Werner addressed Red Sox Media in Fort Myers, Florida saying […]


  • Together Festival to Return

    Ever heard of the Together Fest? This electronic music and technology festival returns May 11th-18th. The fifth festival throughout the years is in the works and organizers stated that they’ll be posting performance and booking information as they receive it. Yasiin Bey, known as Mos Def until the summer of 2011, will be playing in […]



  • No Gym Today? Think Again!

    Often, many people gear their New Year’s resolution to have something to do with fitness, or eating healthy. The most common resolution is to go to the gym to lose some added weight from the holidays. Usually, people don’t follow through with their New Year’s resolution and keep saying maybe I’ll go to the gym […]


  • Plastic Bag Ban

    Recently, the city of Cambridge proposed a new ban – on plastic bags. The city wants to go green, more so than they already have. They think that banning disposable plastic bags will help the environment. Cambridge City Councilors have advanced this proposal, but will hold another public hearing before a final decision is made. […]


  • Community Cooks – Serving the Community with Meals

    Community Cooks is a volunteer organization serving meals to those in the community who need it. Community Cooks has grown tremendously recently since first starting up in Somerville twenty-three years ago. It started out as a few neighbors cooking hot meals for the Somerville Homeless Coalition. But the idea of this and the charity work […]


  • Largest Corporation in the World has Secret Office in Cambridge

    It has been recently announced that the largest corporation in the world, Royal Dutch Shell, has set up a shop in Cambridge sometime last year. It wasn’t noticed much when the office space was being built and renovated, and no one really knew who was going to go in there. Little did they know it […]


  • Government Center Station Closure

    The easiest and most efficient way to commute around and in the Boston area is by riding the T. It is a common use of transportation that many citizens use. The “T” has stations all throughout Boston and in neighboring areas. A nub on the T, connecting the Blue and Green Lines is Government Center […]


  • Cambridge Does Not Want to be Associated With the Word Suburb

    According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary the word suburb has three different meanings that are all related. The first definition is an “outlying part of a city or town”, the second is “a smaller community adjacent to or within commuting distance of a city”, and the third is “the residential area on the outskirts of a […]


  • Valentine’s Day Happenings

    Looking for that perfect Valentine’s date? Trying to find the best spot to take your loved one for that romantic dinner? Do you want a city that not only houses office and industrial spaces, but great restaurants as well? Would you like to spice up that romantic dinner with a little bit of fun? Then […]


  • Somerville’s Magoun Square Changed – Gentrification

    Somerville’s Magoun Square is becoming a different area, changed by yoga and bikes. There is a shift in urban community towards wealthier residents and businesses bringing with it a new personality. Some may say that this is a good change, while others who currently enjoy the urban community see this change as losing some of […]


  • Calling All Chocolate Lovers

    On a cold and frigid day, and at anytime of the day there is nothing better than a scorching mug of hot chocolate. Not only is Boston known for its extravagant restaurants it’s also known for its cafes. If you’re looking for that perfect drink to heat you up after a cold day out and […]