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Stars Are Falling From the Sky

and Landing on Mass Ave. Catch one while you can.

See Cereus, a huge starfish shaped parachute balloon created by Otto Piene.

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Under Construction

Stay Healthy When You Live Near Excavation

Jackhammer being used on city sidewalk.

It happens all over the City, and soon it will start happening to me and my neighbors, right here on Gore Street in East Cambridge. Excavation is being done all down our street to put in a sewer line for North Point (now Cambridge Crossing). This will be closely followed by excavation for a new Eversource gas line. Followed by excavation for a new water main. Followed by jackhammering for replacement of sidewalks. In all, within roughly eighteen months, we will experience four – FOUR!

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Not for Nothin' - Dr. Constance Lorman Holmes

race and segregation

A discussion with Dr. Constance Lorman Holmes on the extreme segregation of our lives - particularly in the northeast. 4-2-2018

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Huron Animal Hospital

An informative Visit

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Feed the Belly, Feed the Soul

CAMBRIDGE – On Saturday, March 24, On the Rise hosted its fifth annual Empty Bowls Project at Puritan and Co., in Inman Square.

On the Rise is a day shelter in Cambridge that helps homeless and formerly-homeless women. They strive to create a community where women can feel safe, build a sense of community and get the resources they need to move out of homelessness.

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Engendered Opening Reception

CAMBRIDGE – Lesley University Bachelor of Fine Arts students were invited to create and showcase art pieces revolving around the theme of gender and to generate continued dialogue about gender.

The show’s name, Engendered, is a verb defined as giving rise to a feeling, situation or condition. The artists featured took this prompt and created a vast array of pieces from a variety of mediums including clay, photography, video and fabric.

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Tunefoolery Performs

A Night at the Lilypad

To give you a brief understanding of the tunefoolery organization, I will tell you this. The organization which was born in the mid nineties by Theresa Thompson and Jens Rebo at a social club which entertained many Cambridge and Somerville mental health clients. Starting out there were a few pioneers to play at different venues such as nursing homes and mental health facilities.

The organization has grown with scores of entertainers as well as many different instruments.

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Draw Me a Map

At the Chandler Gallery’s Small Works Salon 2018, Cartography Points in New Directions

We begin with a Rand McNally World Atlas. A copper tube twists over, around and through the book, with numerous severed ends poking up through the cover. Like this sculpture, “Maps of Future Pipelines” by Steven Muller, the pieces in the Chandler Gallery’s upcoming “Small Works Salon 2018” encompass, pierce and skewer maps and map-making.

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Photo Walk Brings Local Artists Together

Cambridge is a community where creativity flourishes, but it can be difficult for local artists to find accessible spaces to make art together. Two local photographers sought to change that, and created a weekly photography group dubbed, “Photo Walk Wednesdays.”