Not because he's Zoolander handsome or anything, but because police helpfully shut down the Mass. Ave. Bridge from Boston into Cambridge this morning so he could film a scene there for a movie.
Cambridge Police report arresting a local homeless man on charges he stole an ambulance from Cambridge Hospital Tuesday afternoon. Read more.
MK Newton spotted this dual-clown statute thing for sale at the Central Square CVS, and for just $29.99.
Peter DeMarco's writes a public thank you to everybody who cared for his wife, Laura, for the care they gave her - and him - during her last week of life there following a severe asthma attack, including one final thoughtful gesture by a couple of nurses.
The Massachusetts Appeals Court today tossed a lawsuit by Harvard students who wanted a judge to make Harvard sell off its endowment's holding in fossil-fuel companies. Read more.
Crimson reporter Hannah Natanson is posting updates from the front lines.
JB Parrett wasn't the only one out in the mist on the Esplanade.
The Crimson reports on a blackout late last night and early this morning in the greater Harvard Square area.
Jean Nagy watched the sun go down over the Charles and Cambridge tonight.
Nick Aldwin reports the driver of one car carrier didn't have much luck on Monsignor O'Brien Highway under the Green Line's Lechmere vidaduct this afternoon, winding up with a newly storrowed SUV.
Cambridge Day reports.
John Gage captured the front rolling across the area this evening.
Somebody got his hand stuck in a Red Line door at Central, somebody else pulled the emergency cord and, boom, instant delays that led to people piling up at stations up and down the line as T workers set about opening the door and re-setting the brake, or whatever it is they do after somebody pulls that cord. At least we know it works.