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Who Says Harvard is Stuffy?

Who Says Harvard is Stuffy?

The Harvard Baseball team is giving the world a new view on Harvard.  Of course, Harvard is great at academics and sometimes they take themselves a little too seriously but this bunch of Harvard Baseball Players may have a career in video.  The video of them lip syncing to “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae […]

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Harvard Square’s MayFair Ushers in the Spring Festival Season

Filed in Local Events, Things to Do by on May 4, 2012 0 Comments
Harvard Square’s MayFair Ushers in the Spring Festival Season

Sunday is supposed to be sunny and though we have needed the rain because of the unusual winter the weather has been a bit of a downer this week.  The annual MayFair festival is going to take place this Sunday May 6th and it is a great opportunity to get back into the spring mood. […]

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Lady Gaga Makes a Stand at Harvard

Lady Gaga Makes a Stand at Harvard

Whether you are young enough to be a Lady Gaga fan or not or even whether you are gay or not you have to admire the passion with which she is taking on the very tough issues of intolerance in our society.  The more publicized spin seems to be the focus on bullying but she […]

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Cambridge Winter Farmers Market in Full Swing

Filed in Local Events, Things to Do by on January 20, 2012 0 Comments
Cambridge Winter Farmers Market in Full Swing

Cambridge now has Winter Season Farmers Market that will fill the gap until the usual Farmers Market Season.  This is a welcome addition given the need for healthy food to help with the national obesity issues our country faces. The market will be housed in the gym of the Cambridge Community Center on Callender Street. […]

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Cambridge MLK Day of Service – 2012

Filed in Featured, Local Events, Things to Do by on January 6, 2012 0 Comments
Cambridge MLK Day of Service – 2012

Are you ready for the 2nd Annual MLK Day of Service?  Next Monday is Martin Luther King Day and for the second year Cambridge is joining in on a national movement where people volunteer there time to serve others in their communities. There is no denying that the last few years have been a strain […]

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Steve Jobs and His Lasting Messages

Filed in Business, Featured, Featured Video by on October 6, 2011 0 Comments
Steve Jobs and His Lasting Messages

Living in the Cambridge area Innovation is something to be revered and Steve Jobs impersonated innovation.  I was surprisingly moved and saddened by the news yesterday that Steve Jobs had passed away at the young age of 56. I confess “I am a PC”.  Of course it was inevitable for me to get an IPod […]

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Head of Charles 2011 – Special Access Options

Head of Charles 2011 – Special Access Options

October is here and that means that the Head of the Charles Regatta is around the corner.  This is one of my favorite fall events in the Cambridge area.  It spotlights one of my favorite places (the Charles River) and brings visitors from not just all over the US but the World as well.  The […]

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Nashoba’s Witch’s Woods Kicks off Cambridge Area Halloween Events

Filed in Things to Do by on October 3, 2011 0 Comments
Nashoba’s Witch’s Woods Kicks off Cambridge Area Halloween Events

The past couple of years we have highlighted the best information we have found to planning and enjoying the Halloween season in and around the Cambridge Area.  Looking back it is surprising we have not mentioned nearby Nashoba Valley which is transformed into a “ScreamPark” and is open on weekends (Thursday thru Sunday) the month […]

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Danehy Park in Cambridge Hosts Annual Family Day

Filed in Featured, Local Events, Things to Do by on September 23, 2011 0 Comments
Danehy Park in Cambridge Hosts Annual Family Day

Boooo, the Summer’s over but hopefully there is still some good weather left to enjoy the outdoors for those of us who may not be into skiing, skating or snowboarding.  Cambridge is again holding their annual Family Day at Danehy Park this Saturday from 11am to 4pm.  Danehy Park may seem off the beaten path […]

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Cambridge – “On the Shoulders of Giants”

Filed in Business, Local News by on September 22, 2011 1 Comment
Cambridge – “On the Shoulders of Giants”

Recently Cambridge unveiled its Walk of Fame of Inventors in where else but Kendall Square.  The walk is outside the Kendall Sq T station and features 7 “stars” honoring inventors and entrepreneurial visionaries.  NECN reported on the unveiling and I liked the saying borrowed from Sir Isaac Newton about “Standing on the Shoulders of Giants” […]

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