Archive for April 2014

Cambridge college Greek life

When you start college, you might be faced with a question: Should I go Greek? “Going Greek” means becoming a part of a sorority or a fraternity and representing Greek letters with ideals you are a part of. I joined my sorority Sigma Pi Theta as a junior in college and it’s an experience I…

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Newly Renovated High Rise Unit at River Court

Close to the Kendall Square and Lechmere T stop, this newly renovated 3 Bedroom unit in River Court is a rare find. Enjoy an open floor plan with over 1600 square feet of living space. The kitchen provides new granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and recessed lighting. Throughout the unit the floors are made of…

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Tasty Burger vs. Shake Shack

It’s a Cambridge Burger Showdown! Tasty Burger and Shake Shack are located in Harvard Square, but which restaurant has the best burger?…

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Wedding Registry Tips and Tricks

Wedding registries can be difficult to keep track of, but those who think them through carefully and utilize the online registries may find it easier than others. Try the…

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Savory Sundays with Loni & Leah

Incorporate artichokes into your spring culinary-routine with this fresh recipe. Protein-packed quinoa, flavored with shallots and bright lemon, fills roasted artichoke halves to make a delectable side or main dish, as desired. Roasted Artichokes with Shallot Quinoa Filling Makes 8 side or 4 main size servings  For Artichokes: 4 artichokes 1 lemon Extra virgin olive…

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Gift ideas for Cambridge grads

It’s here! As late April descends to May, graduation season is in full throttle in Massachusetts, and America’s “college town” is gearing up to welcome many graduates’ friends and family. After four years of hard work, esteemed Cambridge universities and colleges are ready to host commencement for graduating students. If you are looking for a gift…

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Visit The Cambridge Science Festival This Weekend!

Take curiosity to a new level! The Cambridge Science Festival, the first of its kind in the United States, is a celebration showcasing the leading edge in science, technology, engineering and math. Over the past 5 years, the CSF has grown to the point where today we engage 50,000 people with science, technology, engineering and…

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