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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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MIT’s Diamond Hopes Nobel Prize Tips the Scale

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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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The Social Network Hits Cambridge

The Social Network Hits Cambridge

Is The Social Network the “real” story on the beginnings of Facebook? Most film goers are not going to care.  Let’s be honest, if you are at all interested in business or technology odds are you want to see this movie.  If you like Justin Timberlake you might see the movie for that reason too.  […]

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Kendall Square Free Summer Concerts for 2010

Kendall Square Free Summer Concerts for 2010

Though we missed Jimmy Ryan who was scheduled to play at the Summer Concert Series in Cambridge Center in 2010 we were lucky to find some video from last year.  Kendall Square actually kicked off the Free Summer Concert Series back at the end of May.  The Concerts take place every Wednesday from 12-1pm where […]

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Genzyme TakeOver and Merger Rumors

Filed in Business, Featured, Local News by on July 28, 2010 1 Comment
Genzyme TakeOver and Merger Rumors

It’s no secret that Genzyme has been struggling for a while due to its recurring plant problems.  A few days ago rumors surfaced that the large French Drug Maker Sanofi-Aventis had approached Genzyme to buy it out.  The debate is still on whether a merger will take place and we can only hope when and […]

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Redbones Delivers at Harvard Stadium

Redbones Delivers at Harvard Stadium

As much of a fan that I am of professional women’s soccer a Boston Breaker fan would probably not expect the type of food concession stands available at Fenway or Gillette Stadium.  This week’s game was a little earlier so we didn’t get a chance to go into Harvard Square for dinner.  We decided to […]

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Soccer Mania Hits Cambridge

Filed in Featured, Local Events, Sports, Things to Do by on July 12, 2010 0 Comments
Soccer Mania Hits Cambridge

Yesterday was the World Cup and though we are soccer fans we weren’t planning on watching it.  We had our eyes set on watching some live soccer.  Our children are active in Youth Soccer and if you remember we tried to see the Boston Breakers play recently and were sadly disappointed at not being able […]

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Boston Breakers Don’t Disappoint Fans

Filed in Featured, Local Events, Sports, Things to Do by on June 10, 2010 1 Comment
Boston Breakers Don’t Disappoint Fans

This past weekend we planned to take in a Boston Breakers Women’s Soccer game at Harvard Stadium after strolling through the Cambridge River Festival.  It seemed like a great plan given that our kids are both art and soccer fans. The Boston Breakers play at Harvard Stadium which is just across the Cambridge line in […]

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Mass Life Sciences Center Awards Cambridge Area Companies

Filed in Business, Featured, Local News by on June 2, 2010 0 Comments
Mass Life Sciences Center Awards Cambridge Area Companies

The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center recently announced their 2010 Small Business Matching Grant Awards.  The 3 companies awarded include 2 in Cambridge and 1 in Somerville.  One of the main goals of the Small Business Matching Grant Program is to create jobs by helping to commercialize products in the Life Sciences. Boston Biochem, Inc which […]

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Cambridge Commencement Ceremonies Begin

Cambridge Commencement Ceremonies Begin

This past Saturday Cambridge Area Colleges kicked off the 2010 commencement season starting with the Longy School of Music.  Their ceremony took place on Saturday where famous choreographer Mark Morris spoke and received a lifetime achievement award. Though it is true that just because a speaker is well known or “hot”  doesn’t necessarily make for […]

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