Primarily a blog about transportation biking- regular people getting where they need to go by bike. I do some advocacy work-reporting on public hearings on projects with impacts for non-motorized traffic. I also discuss vintage bike repair, bike customization and a bit of non-bike daily life.
Discussion forum for the Cambridge Civic Journal. Topics focus on civic and political affairs in the City of Cambridge.
Real estate, architecture, local events and more. Focused on Cambridge and nearby towns.
Our goal is to remain city dwellers and homeschool our kids from preschool through high school. This blog chronicles the astounding array of learning experiences that our kids encounter in our culturally rich urban center, and provides resource for current and prospective urban homeschoolers.
An eclectic soul writing about the random events in her life. This blog has no topic, no rhyme, no reason - much like the author.
A city based mummy who refuses to give up her inner yummy self. This blog discusses all things babies, fashion, Boston, pop culture, with a small obsession about getting pregnant with baby number two.
We at The Dinner Series strive to surround ourselves with good company, delicious food, and some of the best cookware, serving, and dinner ware available. We love Scandinavian design, Italian pewter, French ceramics, and local ingredients; and try to bring all our passions together in the series of dinner parties presented here.
A three-man software company in Porter Square that blogs about Boston, business, music, sports, and geeky stuff.
My tagline: "cultivating health through food and action". A lot of people are constantly telling you what's good to eat, what's bad to eat, and so on. The problem is they're all giving you contradictory messages. My goal is to help you navigate the information and find something that works for you. Hence my title: "Health Strategist". I write about making real food and getting real food. Healthy local meats, vegetables, and dairy products, including raw milk. Pickling, preserving, and lactofermenting vegetables (and meats!). Avoiding foods that have health claims attached to them, but are in fact unhealthy.
Things I would discuss over coffee or tea. If anyone ever took me out to coffee or tea...
This blog comes to you from Cambridgeport, and is created by a person with multiple severe disabilities.
On the Front & CENTRAL blog you will find news and exclusive backstage stories, photos, and sneak peaks of the goings on at Central Square Theater, home to The Nora Theatre Company and Underground Railway Theater.
Graduate student, reader, thinker, doer, knitter, zinger inflictor. Linguist by training, professional grumpster and trouble-maker in training.
Wacky or interesting things I discover in the Boston area. Why illegaluturn.com? U-turns are disallowed on Mass Ave at every intersection from Harvard Square to the Arlington line, and I see people make them every day.
Research that makes people laugh, then think. Home of the Ig Nobel Prizes, and of the magazine Annals of Improbable Research.
By Seth Finklestein, a programmer perhaps best known for his work in figuring out just what censorware applications are censoring.
I live in Cambridge and I love eating out. I try to scope out new restaurants and I write honesty about all my experiences. I also like cooking and photography, so you'll see a lot of that on this blog as well.
Kimberly Davis, a poet and prose writer who teaches creative writing at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education, blogs about writing craft issues that arise in her Cambridge Center workshops and in her own writing.
toli: n. 1. A juicy piece of news. 2. The latest word or gossip. 3.The talk of the town, typically a salacious or risque tale of intrigue, corruption or foolishness.
One East Cambridge resident's take on the way our fair city works, or doesn't.
Mon petit hou chou directly translates as "my little cabbage" but in common use, refers to someones favourite. It's a term of endearment - really!
Mon Petit Chou Chou is a Boston based style file and blog, broadcasting about fashionable, foodie, and fun happenings.
It is a blog filled with my personal favourites. Items I find relevant, endearing, worth exploring, and worth passing on to others.
This blog is the most recent incarnation of 'Over the River' - so named because from my office in Kendall Square I am able to look out over the Charles River. I also like to think that I have had - and continue to have - the opportunity to watch the changing flow of communication behavior.
By Jack Kimball, editor of Faux Press.
Another wicked pissah WordPress blog. Shane's punderings about open source, Cambridge traffic, and New England weather.
I'm a twenty-something graduate student in the Boston area. I don't have a ton of money, but I don't think that means I can't do the things I want to do. I started this blog to share my experiences with others. If you are a grad student, twenty-something, post-doc, or just plain frugal, this blog may be for you!
We put this site together because the city of Cambridge is in the process of determining whether to allow us (and all Cambridge residents) to keep birds in a safe and regulated manner - or make the whole thing illegal.
The ramblings and recipes of a late 30's foodie philospher looking to escape corporate America before corporate America escapes her.
Art, technology, media, ideas, and the Cambridge/Boston lecture scene by Joanne McNeil.
My name's Jen and I write the blog Tiny Urban Kitchen. As the name implies, I live in a tiny urban condo in Cambridge, MA outfitted with a tiny urban kitchen. I am an avid photographer and I love food. This blog chronicles my local restaurants impressions, kitchen experiments, and other food related adventures.
Unstoppable Robot Ninja is my website, a weird-ass amalgam of random links, crappy photography, and one-off thoughts. There's even the occasional blog entry when I?m feeling especially verbose.
Wheel Questions is a community art project touring Harvard Square, Davis Square, and several festivals. People write questions on cards. Artist Johnny Monsarrat writes answers on the back. All the cards are posted on the website and a choice few placed on the installation for all to see and be inspired by.