Cambridge Police report a woman exiting the Kendall Square Red Line station around 7:20 a.m. yesterday was approached by a man who, after a brief conversation, "grabbed the woman's buttocks."
The female yelled then punched the suspect in the face. This seemed to startle the male who then walked away.
He's described as black, medium build with dreadlocks and wearing a red shirt and black pants.
Brendan Kearney reports he'd just gotten off a trolley at Lechmere when the trolley failed to navigate the curve to turn around and came a bit off the tracks. The T is now busing passengers.
The Globe reports.
JB Parrett shows us a kayak reflected in the water at Kendall Square.
Camnridge Police report:
On July 24th in the early morning, a woman reported to the Cambridge Police Department that she was the victim of an attempted sexual assault on Fayerweather Street near Ivy St. She was walking home from a friend's house alone. The victim was able to fend off the attacker and the suspect fled the area. The description of the suspect is a Hispanic male in his early 20's, 5'8" dark brown/black hair wearing shorts and a short sleeve button down shirt.
Deborah Kaplan spotted this plaintive flier posted at Harvard on the Red Line this morning.
Brinley Mooney looked out her window to see a car flipped on its side on Mass. Ave. between Beacon Street and the river.
Around 3:45 p.m. on an inbound train at Kendall. The spitter will face a charge of assault and battery if found.
The Supreme Judicial Court today overturned the foreclosure sale of a Cambridge couple's condominium because the company servicing their mortgage failed to follow its own agreement with them and never told them they had the right to sue to try to stop the foreclosure. Read more.
The Library of the Royal Irish Academy wants to identify the people in the photograph below. Please contact the Library if you recognize any of the subjects. The Library can be reached via Twitter @Library_RIA, or by email at www.ria.ie/library/contact, citing "8 May Photo Query Tweet."
If more information regarding the location, subjects, time, et cetera, of the photograph become available, I will update this post.
The Zakim gets all the attention, but the old commuter-rail bridge next to it has its own charms, including a spiral staircase to the top. Molly Hester admired its form from North Point Park in Cambridge yesterday.
Ari Ofsevit couldn't believe his eyes at the River Street Whole Foods in Cambridge today.
Wicked Local Cambridge reports on city planning to make the kiosk - the former entrance to the Red Line - more inviting.
iFnLvBos wonders about the meaning of this scrawl at the Harvard Square T stop.
Informally, it asks whether every problem whose solution can be quickly verified by a computer can also be quickly solved by a computer. It was essentially first mentioned in a 1956 letter written by Kurt GÃ¶del to John von Neumann.