Cambridge Day reports the Planning Board considers the proposal - which is not part of MIT's plans for the Volpe land - on Tuesday.
Sarah Pakstis shows us yet another manic Monday on the Red Line during rush hour, due to signal issues at Alewife. "How is this acceptable?" she asks.
Vanyaland posts a photo of the renovated interior of the former Cambridge music spot.
Derek Kouyoumjian spotted some relieved turkeys at Mt. Auburn Cemetery.
Tamas K-L looked out on a peaceful Charles River from Cambridge this evening.
The note to Sanford Levinson is every bit as charming as you'd expect. Mailed from England.
Wicked Local Cambridge reports on an incident at the Hong Kong.
Ed. note: Longtime Boston Licensing Board fans will note a familiar name, now doing similar work in Cambridge.
Cambridge Day reports on the GSA's decision on the Volpe Center.
Jessica Chapel reports Abby here will be in Harvard Square tonight and tomorrow for all those poor Trump supporters.
Something like 1,000 people showed up at the Champs Sports Store around 5:30 p.m. to meet Celtics player Jaylen Brown and rapper Desiigner and something got out of hand. Cambridge, MIT, Boston and State Police all showed up.
Seems a train died at Porter Square, and smoke was involved and now there are delays in both directions on the Red Line.
Shortly before 1 a.m. on Memorial Drive at River Street in Cambridge, the Cambridge Fire Department reports.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports Cafe Algiers isn't dead yet.
The Crimson reports the Harvard men's cross-country team keeps a spreadsheet about women athletes, but that it no longer includes notes on specific physical attributes or which women seem to be getting which kind of dick.
"We have really changed the team culture since then, and now the spreadsheet is clean and we try to refrain from making comments like that," [the current team captain] said.
The Crimson reports administrators made the decision after discovering the lewd rating of women athletes that started in 2012 continued right through this year.
Jean Nagy took in the 70-degree sunset along the Charles River near MIT this evening.
US Rep. Mike Capuano reports the Federal Transit Administration has given tentative OK to the state's plans for cheaper stations and other reductions along the proposed Green Line extension from Lechmere into Somerville and Medford - but with a caveat that has to be addressed by year's end, or $1 billion in federal money could disappear and get spent in some other state: Read more.