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.
Jessica Chapel reports Abby here will be in Harvard Square tonight and tomorrow for all those poor Trump supporters.
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.
Cambridge Day reports on the growing controversy.
Today's tales from the underground involve delays caused by signal problems at Harvard.
Ari Ofsevit was among the riders ordered off an inbound Red Line train at Harvard around 9:40 a.m. because, oh, who the hell knows anymore?
The Crimson reports.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports Cafe Algiers is closing for good today.
The Crimson interviews some of the small number of Harvard food-services workers who have gone back to work.
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.
The Crimson reports on a blackout late last night and early this morning in the greater Harvard Square area.