UPDATED, 6:10 p.m.
Bomb threats against both Cambridge public schools and Harvard University today proved unfounded, Cambridge Police report. Read more.
JB Parrett took a trip over to the new Lynch Family Skatepark in Cambridge.
NorthEndWaterfront.com has the photos to prove it.
Once Daily takes us behind the counter at Pinocchio's, which has been serving slices in Harvard Square for 50 years now.
The Harvard Gazette reports the U will expand stately Winthrop House with a brick tower instead of the gray-panel facade originally proposed by its architects, following protests from students and Cambridge residents.
The addition will adhere to the school's "slipper rule:"
Marissa Segala '17 said: "The idea that you can get anywhere in the House in your slippers without having to get dressed means I can just go downstairs and eat breakfast in the dining room as if I were home."
Nick Cosky was taking a long-exposure photo of the Zakim from North Point Park in Cambridge when a plane flew by last night.
Cambridge Police report they are looking for the driver of a pick-up they say swerved towards a bicyclist on Webster Street shortly after 7 a.m. on Sept. 29:
Just before the hit and run, the operator of the pickup yelled, honked his horn and then made contact with the bicyclist's handle bar, causing him to fall.
Ayr Muir, founder of Clover Food Lab, says it's been bothering him that some of his full-time workers don't make enough to live on in Boston. So he writes today he's going to experiment with gradual price increases over the next couple of years to get all of his workers up to at least $20 an hour.
I think we can't build a long-term sustainable food system without changing our labor practices. I think we can do this, but I need your help. We ask a lot of our customers, we want to know what we can do better, we want to know what you think of new menu items. We even ask you for recipes and ideas for the next sandwich. We ask you to tell everybody you know about Clover. Now I want to ask you to help us pay more. ...
Wicked Local Cambridge reports on John Sanzone's decision, related to posts he made on a white-supremacist Web site during "a difficult period of time" when he was closeted and his father was under arrest.
Cambridge Police report a Boston man was stabbed during a robbery near the North Cambridge Catholic Cemetery on Rindge Avenue around 8:45 p.m. on Friday. Read more.
Peggy McClellan captured an interesting performance at the Harvard Square T stop yesterday.
Cambridge Day provides the denouement to the only-in-Cambridge case of a man convicted of forging signatures to the city licensing board against a proposed wine bar, allegedly at the behest of the owner of a rival restaurant - who has steadfastly denied involvement.
The Cambridge City Council today may consider a request from some residents to make it illegal to march wild animals down the street - which would block the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus from making its traditional elephant walk from MIT to the Garden, at least for the two years until the circus stops using elephants in its performances. Read more.