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Harvard Square’s Chocolate Festival – The Cure for the Winter Blues

Filed in Local Events, Things to Do by on January 28, 2011 0 Comments
Harvard Square’s Chocolate Festival – The Cure for the Winter Blues

Let’s face it even if you are an avid skier odds are even you are feeling a little trapped by the record amounts of snow we have received not just in the Boston and Cambridge area but all over Massachusetts.  Though many of us suffer from the winter blues they usually don’t set in until […]

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MIT Grad Ray Kurzweil – A Trancendent Man?

Filed in Arts & Entertainment, Local News, Technology by on January 26, 2011 0 Comments
MIT Grad Ray Kurzweil – A Trancendent Man?

Many in the MIT community are probably aware that one of their famous grads, Ray Kurzweil now has a documentary movie about his life and ideas out, Transcendent Man.  Though it has been “out” for a while it has really experienced limited release with showings at film festivals including the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival back […]

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Closest Skiing to Cambridge Massachusetts

Filed in Sports, Things to Do by on December 9, 2010 1 Comment
Closest Skiing to Cambridge Massachusetts

Though we haven’t seen snow yet in the Cambridge area it has definitely gotten cold enough to make it at some of the closest skiing resorts.  Nashoba Valley sent out an email today saying that they are open for business. Whether you live in the Cambridge area or Boston as a skier you are used […]

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THE GAME Weekend In Cambridge

THE GAME Weekend In Cambridge

If you are from Cambridge odds are you know what “THE GAME” is, Harvard is one of the centers of the Cambridge universe.  Even if you are just in the Boston area it is hard to miss out on the references to the historic rivalry between Harvard University and Yale University of New Haven, Connecticut.  […]

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Shaq the Big Shamrock Makes an Impact

Filed in Featured, Local News, Sports by on October 27, 2010 0 Comments
Shaq the Big Shamrock Makes an Impact

Did you think Shaquille was here only to play basketball?  Last week he thrilled fans and passersby when he visited Cambridge’s Harvard Square.  He posed like a statue and it appeared the “show” was being filmed.  Maybe it will be part of his other professional pursuits in entertainment like the Shaq VS TV series on […]

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Cambridge Halloween Events and Activities 2010

Filed in Lifestyle, Local Events, Things to Do by on October 23, 2010 0 Comments
Cambridge Halloween Events and Activities 2010

In Part 2 of this year’s Cambridge Halloween Planning Guide we offered tips on how to throw your own Halloween Party.  In Part 3 we discuss what to do on Halloween Weekend if you are not throwing your own party.  Halloween events and activities in the Cambridge area are plentiful but sometimes you may need […]

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Halloween Party Planning Tips 2010

Filed in Lifestyle, Things to Do by on October 20, 2010 0 Comments
Halloween Party Planning Tips 2010

Just because Halloween is on Sunday night this year it doesn’t mean parties are out.  In Part 2 of our 2010 Cambridge Halloween Planning Guide we will look at what it take to plan your own party.  This year you may want to opt for having your party on Friday October 29th or Saturday October […]

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Cambridge’s Head of the Charles – The Olympics of Rowing

Cambridge’s Head of the Charles – The Olympics of Rowing

The 46th Head of the Charles Regatta is taking place this coming weekend in Cambridge, October 23rd and 24th. Though it seems as though it is only an event for super rowing fans it is more in line with something like the Olympics or even the Boston Marathon.  Last year we took footage and pictures […]

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2010 Cambridge Halloween Planning Guide

Filed in Lifestyle, Things to Do by on October 15, 2010 0 Comments
2010 Cambridge Halloween Planning Guide

Cambridge loves celebrating and Halloween is no exception.  That time of year has come around again when the wonderful world of celebrations and holidays is upon us.  Though Halloween isn’t technically a holiday many people celebrate October 31st by taking their children trick or treating and maybe even throwing a Halloween Party. Last year we […]

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MIT’s Diamond Hopes Nobel Prize Tips the Scale

Filed in Business, Featured, Local News, Politics by on October 14, 2010 0 Comments
MIT’s Diamond Hopes Nobel Prize Tips the Scale

Recently Massachusetts Institute of Technology Faculty Member Peter A. Diamond won the Nobel Prize in Economics for 2010.  We really shouldn’t be surprised that another winner with Cambridge area affiliations has won the prize.  We wrote a while back of Cambridge’s impressive legacy of Nobel Prize winners.  We even should not be surprised that Diamond […]

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