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Taza Chocolate Celebrates Cinco de Mayo

Chocolate & Commerce & Corona

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New episode of Cambridge Uncovered debuts May 6 at 9 p.m. on CCTV Ch. 8

NeighborMedia reporter Siobhan Bredin explores Together Boston music/art/tech fest

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Cambridge Open Studios: earth.sky Multimedia Installation

Saturday, May 9th & Sunday, May 10th FREE

Photo by Roberto Mighty

On May 9th and 10th, as part of Cambridge Open Studios, Artist Roberto Mighty will present a weekend-long preview of earth.sky, a site-specific multimedia installation created for Mount Auburn’s Story Chapel.  All are welcome and admission is FREE.

Showtimes on the hour from 12PM-5PM. 

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S.T.E.A.M. In Cambridge

Science, Technology, Engineering, ARTS, and Mathematics

On Monday May fourth, the Neighborhood and Long Term Planning, Public Facilities, Arts and Celebration Committee (Mazen, Chair) and the Economic Development and University Relations Committees (Benzan and Simmons, Co-Chairs) of the City Council held a joint hearing to discuss the progerss of the initiative begun by them last year to develop a comprehensive approach to promoting and coordinating STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, ARTS, and Mathematics) education opportunities both in and

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It's Baaack: Together May 10-17, 2015

The Boston area’s only city-wide week-long celebration of all things Music, Art, and Technology

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Together Boston, the Boston area’s only city-wide week-long celebration of all things Music, Art, and Technology, will be emanating from Central Square all across our city starting  Sunday May 10 and continuing through Sunday May 17.

The festival, hosted by Mmmaven in partnership with local clubs and other organizations and businesses, will include:

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New Bee-ginnings at Mount Auburn Cemetery

by Jerry Mendenhall Assistant Greenhouse Manager

Tucked away in the southwest corner of Mount Auburn Cemetery, sits a small, fenced-in area that has been sparking the curiosity of many people since early fall of last year. This is the cemetery’s new apiary, which houses three beehives. These hives will be used to pollinate the thousands of trees, shrubs, and perennials that grace our grounds. 

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Biodiversity at Mount Auburn Cemetery

Reptiles, amphibians, and fish call the cemetery home.

May 16, 2015, 10 AM – Noon

 

Throughout the month of May, Grassroots Wildlife Conservation will be conducting an inventory of the amphibians, reptiles, and fish that live at Mount Auburn as part of the cemetery’s Wildlife Action Plan.

 

Join Grassroots Wildlife Conservation biologists as they check traps set in the various ponds and learn about the diversity of wildlife that are thriving in this urban refuge.

 

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“You’re From Where?”

Meet my neighbor Rachel Parrish from Murfreesboro, Arkansas!