MBTA Transit Police say they are looking for a clean-cut 20-something white guy for an incident shortly after midnight on an outbound Red Line train about to pull out of Kendall Square.
According to police, just before the doors closed, the man walked over to a 16-year-old sitting with her friend and pulled her top down, exposing one of her breasts. He then ran out... Read more
New Globe transportation writer Eric Moskowitz takes a ride on the T with the T's new general manager, learns all sorts of interesting tidbits (his father used to sing "Charlie on the MTA" to him), reports that, yes, the T is going to fix the busted gongy thing at Kendall, rather than just let it fall on somebody's head or something, which seemed to... Read more
Although Neil Young Trunk Show, a hard-rocking performance movie directed by Jonathan Demme, only recently had its local premier at Coolidge Corner Theatre, it will be on DVD and Blu-ray before you know it. If you want to catch this film in a theater before then, one of the few places in the country to do so is Kendall Square Cinema in Cambridge. There, starting... Read more
Grub Street Boston interviews the owners of a Kendall Square eatery planning to serve Cantabridgian-American cuisine.
The Tech reports on the new - but already popular - Kendall Square haunt's financial issues.
Drew Stanton tweets around 6:30 p.m.:
25 minutes to go from Central Sq to Kendall Sq (1 stop) on the Red Line. The stops are a mile apart.
We went to the Caribbean parade and festival in Kendall Square today. As usual, the feathered costumes were amazing.
Panamanian lady with a lot of fruit on her head (there was an amazing range of actually edible food from chicken roti and goat curry to, um, Korean and... Read more
Wicked Local Cambridge has the details on the Friday-night incident involving an alleged punk with a knife and a man who didn't want to give up his laptop.
Shane Curcuru gets coffee at the Kendall Square Au Bon Pain, promptly remembers why he stopped going there, including:
... ABP cups have a far higher failure rate than other local shops - more often than not while driving or walking to work, I get a steady stream of drips down the seam side of the cup, from right under the edge of the... Read more
Jon Chesto explains how it's the work of Ray Rogers, the guy who tried to derail Deval Patrick over "killer Coke." This time, he's working for an IBEW local.
Mark Jaquith reports that the Beal Companies have withdrawn their application to build a 10-story research building just 50 feet from some homes.
HubSpot, a Kendall Square company that helps companies market themselves on social networks, heard yesterday that Deval Patrick would be in their building today, so they posted on Twitter about how cool it would be if His Excellency would stop by for a visit and lo and behold, he did.
Dan Dunn tweets it took him 50 minutes to get from Kendall to Alewife early this evening:
How I loathe the MBTA. And the "alert" system.
Sohanley was stuck in a train between Harvard and Porter for 25 minutes around the same time.