A Harvard student recounts events after what she writes was a sexual assault by another student in her Harvard residence.
Chi-Ting Huang spotted this upended pyramid atop a shrinking snow pile in Kendall Square today.
Ron Newman reports Gourmet Express on Mass. Ave. ceased to be early this morning.
Siderea was not happy when the Porter Square Star Market charged her $2.89/lb for chicken that was advertised on sale at $1.79. She was even less happy after the cashier argued with her, told her to visit the (closed) customer service desk, and then re-rung the purchase at various prices ranging from $3.11/lb to $3.97/lb.
Now she's wondering who else has been ripped... Read more
Cambridge Police report arresting Jasmine Genty, 19, after she allegedly ended an argument with another student this morning by stabbing her in the shoulder.
Genty faces arraignment in Cambridge District Court on charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and carrying a dangerous weapon on school grounds.
The victim was treated and released at a local hospital, police say.
Innocent, etc.... Read more
WBUR interviews John Abdallah Wambere, who was able to escape prison thanks to a local musician who organized fundraisers to get him out of the country.
"People are intimidated by me."
"Why do you intimidate people?"
"Itâ€™s the media, man. People put you into these little compartments in their brains and then they think they know you. â€˜Oh, ok. A six-foot-two 350-pound humanoid made from military-grade titanium alloy. Probably out to annihilate all of humanity. Better get away from HIM.â€™
No oneâ€™s willing to risk... Read more
JB Parrett walked along the Charles around 7 p.m.:
Nearly spring in Boston. Light at 7pm and a nearly ice-free Charles.
Cambridge Police report they are looking for help in finding a man who held up the Central Square 7-Eleven on April 18, 2013, shortly before MIT police officer Sean Collier was shot to death.
In the initial confusion following Collier's death and the car chase that ended in a shootout in Watertown, police at first thought the bearded man who held up the... Read more
Of all the listservs that I belong to, I have to admit that it was subscription to the Porter Square Neighbors Association that got my attention on this beautiful Saturday. Brace yourself for a serious dose of Cambridge!
A quick glance at my iPhone inbox brought this piece of legislation that City Councilor, Marc McGovern, says he will be submitting at this Monday's Cambridge Council... Read more
Calumet Photographic, which runs a national chain of photography supply shops, including one on First Street in Cambridge, has filed for Chapter. 7 bankruptcy and shut all its stores.
After the news broke, though, the company posted on its Facebook page:
Stay tuned, as we are exploring opportunities to reopen select locations to keep serving our customers.
H/t Arturo.... Read more
Wicked Local Cambridge reports the landlord booted the long-time pizza place because it didn't want to pay to upgrade the "mechanics" of the eatery in an old building.
Greg Cook takes us on a tour of the museums, which plan to re-open on Nov. 16.
State officials say the Callahan Tunnel should open round about 5 a.m. Monday morning, which will begin to restore karma to Boston traffic and eventually end those mysterious clumps of state troopers along Rte. 16.
However, late-night drivers can expect some delays elsewhere along I-93 for the rest of the week as MassDOT gets the mighty highway back into fighting form:
Most notably, the effort... Read more
It's Cambridge Shred Day tomorrow at the Central Square post office.
The Crimson reports Harvard, Cambridge and State Police will be patrolling the areas around Harvard upperclass residences next Wednesday to keep freshmen from getting bombed as part of the annual celebration of housing assignments:
Dingman cited safety as a primary motivation for the increased security, recalling dangerous acts performed by intoxicated students in recent years. He further criticized the role River Run plays in... Read more