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Looie Looie

Cambridge Little League coach inspired by Red Sox legend Luis Tiant

Looie Looie; who could ever forget that chant. From 35,000 plus fans; Tiant wound up like a whirlwind and jerked his head and fired the baseball home to strike out the batter who had a full count on him with the bases loaded. Fenway exploded with cheers of joy and happiness as Looie won yet another drama- packed close game. Back in the day, it was not unusual for tiant to pitch 160 pitches. Sometimes even more.

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BYOB

Reusable bags are the new normal

The City of Cambridge Bring Your Own Bag (BYOB) ordinance goes into effect on March 31.  There’s a link to the announcement at the bottom of this article that takes a lot of words to say that plastic bags are being banned and that business owners will charge 10-cents for each paper bag you need to carry out your purchases if you’ve forgotten your reusable bags.

 

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Cambridge InsideOut for March 22, 2016

All the latest in Cambridge civics, politics, government and more ...

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We Can Dance If We Want To

New doc in the works explores the local belly dancing scene

Even when you've been in this town as long as I have – and it's been decades, man, piles of 'em –  Cambridge can still surprise you.

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Social startup Metter Media helps Cambridge companies build their brands

While the team behind Metter Media might spend their days tucked inside a cozy Central Square office, their reach extends all over the city - and around the world. The startup organization, which is staffed entirely by women under the age of 30, specializes in social media management for brands that want to build out their online marketing strategies.

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Empty Bowls event features soups by local restaurants, bowls by local potters

Project benefits On The Rise

A menu of epicurean soups and a display of hand-crafted pottery bowls by area artisans drew a crowd Saturday for the Third Annual Empty Bowls luncheon at the Puritan & Company Restaurant, 1166 Cambridge Street, Inman Square.  The event was a benefit for On The Rise Inc., a day program based nearby at 341 Broadway; it aids women who are homeless or in need of basic support services.

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Dance in the Schools

By Molly Haig

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Artist Jarret Katz provides a glance into independent comic artist industry

Jarret Katz sat down for a phone interview Feb. 29  to give a little insight into the world of comic artistry. Katz is an independent artist, who has recently been commissioned to work on Team Indystructable by by Keith Planit.

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Hollywood comes to Harvard Square

On Sunday night, Cambridge’s own Brattle Theatre rolled out the red carpet, literally, for their annual Oscar Party Fundraiser, where an audience of well-dressed, mirthful moviegoers gathered to celebrate the year in film.

The event began in the early evening with a silent auction pre-party, which benefited the Brattle Film Foundation, and carried over to the Awards Ceremony.

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