Danielle Rosen writes a review of a local shop you should not overlook, with photography by Wesley Chu.
We live in Cambridge, but much of the time I’m not sure how well we see it. What kinds of poverty persist here? And how do we fit into that picture?
The Grand River Film Festival has partnered with student-run Bridge Centre for Architecture + Design to curate an exhibition of film related works in: POSITION, an exploration of what it means to be an architect through various medias. This is a Call for Submissions for POSITION, accepting works till September 2nd. The event will take place on October 28th & 29th.
Walking downtown Galt, you may have noticed a sweet, new smell at the corner of Dickson and Ainslie. That aroma belongs to Steven Chaves’ new Portuguese donut shop, Malasada World. The Cambridge-born cook brings twenty-five years of culinary prowess to the kitchen, creating vovó’s classic malasadas, as well as offering modern twists with local, seasonal ingredients. […]
Boian Dabov will defend his thesis entitled Galt Agora: Vision for a Pedestrian Fabric in the City of Cambridge on Wednesday January 28 at 2PM in the E-Classroom. His thesis proposes a hybrid public architecture which appropriates underutilized parking lots to generate vibrant public space for the Galt community.