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Harvard Art Museums From Home

This week we are thrilled to host the new year’s first online Art Study Center Seminar, a signature program of the Harvard Art Museums. When offered in person, our seminars fill up quickly because ca…
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Cambridge Community Electricity Program to Offer New Prices and Three Years of Price Stability Beginning in January

Cambridge, MA - The City of Cambridge has signed a new, 36-month electricity supply contract with Direct Energy for the Cambridge Community Electricity Program. With this contract, the City reaffirms…
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Nurture The Creative Process Today

On Behind the Scenes this week, performer and playwright Kate Hamill (Bedlam’s Sense & Sensibility) described the importance of adapting Homer’s Odyssey for audiences today. The opportunity to listen…
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Harvard Art Museums from Home Happenings for This Week: January 17, 2021

As we approach the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, we remember his message of love and nonviolence and honor his passionate fight against racism and injustice in this country.The Harvard Art Museums …
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Cambridge Announces Participatory Budgeting Winning Projects

Cambridge, MA – The City of Cambridge announced today the results for the seventh Participatory Budget (PB) Process. From January 4-9, 7,250 Cambridge residents age 12 and older voted to decide how t…
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City of Cambridge Extends Rollback to a Modified Phase II, Step 2.City Buildings to Remain Closed to the Public until February 1, 2021

Cambridge, MA -- The City of Cambridge announced that it is extending its rollback to a modified Phase II, Step 2 of the Commonwealth’s Reopening Massachusetts Plan until at least 12:00 a.m. on F…
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City of Cambridge Martin Luther King Jr. Day Holiday Closures and Service Information

Cambridge, MA – In observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday on Monday, January 18, city offices, including all library locations, will be closed.  There will be no curbside collection service…
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Harvard Art Museums from Home Happenings for This Week: January 8, 2021

What happens when you get a botanist and an art historian together to talk about Japanese black pines? You get a rich and enlightening conversation. If you didn’t catch the latest collaboration betwe…
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Ambassador Nicholas Burns To Speak About US Foreign Policy

Cambridge, MA - Ambassador Nicholas Burns, the Roy and Barbara Goodman Family Professor of the Practice of Diplomacy and International Relations at Harvard University and distinguished US diplomat, w…
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Covid-19 Housing Stabilization Program to Begin Accepting New Applications on January 11, 2021

Cambridge, MA -- The City of Cambridge announced that it will begin accepting new applications on January 11, 2021, as part of the next round of funding for the COVID-19 Housing Stabilization Pro…
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City of Cambridge 2021 Scholarship Applications Now Available

Cambridge, MA - Applications for the 2021 City of Cambridge Scholarship are currently being accepted. The annual Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to college-bound high school seniors an…
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City of Cambridge Announces New Task Force to Examine the Future of Public Safety

Cambridge, MA – City Manager Louis A. DePasquale today announced he has appointed a new Task Force to examine the future of public safety in Cambridge. “The City Manager’s Task Force to Examine the F…
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Kiese Laymon to Speak at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Event on January 14

Cambridge, MA - Kiese Laymon, author of the award-winning memoir Heavy: An American Memoir, will be in conversation with Jesse McCarthy, an Assistant Professor at Harvard University, at the Cambridge…
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City of Cambridge Extends Restrictions on Public Events and Announces Temporary Suspension of In-Person Appointments

Public urged to follow COVID-19 safe practices for New Year Celebrations Cambridge, MA -- The City of Cambridge announced on Dec 31st, that it is extending the current prohibition on City-sponsored c…
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Meals on Wheels America News - Deliver Humanity Today

Ever since her husband died, Dawn has been struggling to make ends meet on a fixed income. Living alone, she gets pretty lonely, a situation that is made even harder because she is blind and it is di…
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