Participants were taught how to play a part of an original song, and then filmed as they performed it. In the end, a video captured the many different hands and participants coming together to make one complete song.
Delays on the Red Line quickly went to "severe" when the Cambridge Fire Department ordered service halted to determine why several people came out of an inbound train coughing. After about ten minutes, firefighters could find nothing wrong and let service resume.
Ironically, just this morning, Transit Police and several other agencies held an exercise at the T's emergency training center on how to deal with a chemical release in a subway station.
Barbara S. hopped over to the Cambridge Dance Party outside City Hall in Central Square.
Weirdo Records in Central Square closed for the last time this week. Owner Angela Sawyer writes: Read more.
Cambridge Day reports on the 232-unit proposal.
Cambridge Police report a man ended a fight at Mass. Ave. and Hancock Street around 11:15 last night by stabbing his opponent in the stomach, then fled in a car as the victim lay there, bleeding.
Frank Fraumeni, 65, of Belmont, was arrested early this morning after they stopped his car at Harvard Street. He was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and assault with intent to murder, police say.
Around 9:30 a.m., Kevin Slane reports, a Red Line train that just sat there at Central Square, quietly expiring for about 10 minutes, was pronounced dead and riders were ordered off.
Eric the roving UHub photographer spotted this bird peckishly making the rounds of Central Square this morning.
Cambridge Day reports on the imminent opening of a never-closes Clover.
Bill Palin shows us the scene at Central Square around 9:30 a.m., as passengers wonder if they'll ever get to their destinations due to a train that went to its final destination at Harvard Square.
Central Square photographed a Black Lives Matter die-in at Mass. Ave. and Prospect in Central Square.