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  • "Cold Justice" S2E16
    TNT 'Cold Justice' 1991 murder of 17 year old teen 'Other side of the tracks'
    “Cold Justice” (TNT) is a reality TV docu-drama that has been picked up for a 3rd TV season beginning early 2015. The summer TV ratings of 2014 have averaged 2.3 million TV viewers overall. It has jumped 24% above the recent January...
  • Hawk vs. drone in Massachuetts, hawk wins
    Hawk knocks drone out of sky over Massachusetts
    Hawks can be very territorial of their airspace. They do not wish to share their hunting grounds. One particular hawk decided to take matters into its own.. talons.. and knock its competitor out of the sky. It just so happens that its competitor...
  • 2015 Manulife Financial LPGA Classic (Sept. 30)
    2015 Manulife Financial LPGA Classic calls for volunteers
    Volunteer registration opens Oct. 1 for the 2015 Manulife Financial LPGA Classic from June 3-7 at Whistle Bear Golf Club near Cambridge, ON.Positions are available in corporate hospitality, walking scorers, volunteer services, marshals and more...
  • Chef Patrick Fanning’s culinary exploits: Tales of Dorchester County
    Chef Patrick Fanning’s culinary exploits: Tales of Dorchester County
    If you were to scratch the surface of the culinary revolution in downtown Cambridge, Maryland you would find Chef Patrick Fanning. The former military skydiver isn’t scared of risks, isn’t scared of hard work and isn’t hesitant...
  • chocolate
    The British yen for Chocolate
    We’ve always known the British adore their sweets. Look at their dental records. The British love of chocolate has a long and storied history going back to the obvious similarities between the Stonehenge monuments and the popular Cadbury...
  • Duxford Air Museum
    Flying through history in Cambridgeshire
    By David Stewart WhiteIn World War II this corner of England was a beehive of military aviation. Dozens of airfields dotted the generally flat countryside near Cambridge, home to British, American and other Allied fliers. Only echoes remain. The...
  • Cambridge blooms!
    The best time to see Cambridge MA is now, when it's blooming!
    This past week, residents of Massachusetts and the whole of New England were finally treated to a week of lovely weather, which is a welcome thing after surviving the brutal cold of this past winter. The city of Cambridge, Massachusetts, is...
  • Hot spotlight for Cambridge reality TV chef
    Hot spotlight for Cambridge reality TV chef
    A Washington County chef whose biggest public claim to fame, if ever-so briefly, was on the Gordon Ramsey series "Hotel Hell," is back in the spotlight.Richard T. Wilson, 46, was arrested by State Police shortly after midnight Tuesday...
  • Kate Middleton: News of twins on the way – real or just publicity stunt?
    Kate Middleton: News of twins on the way – real or just publicity stunt?
    Kate Middleton and Prince Charles are extremely happy with their little bouncing royal baby boy, Prince George. It is true that the couple in Kensington decided long ago that they would love to have three children together. Now the news is being...
  • Irish nanny requesting bail after new evidence suggests baby severed injuries before the child was in the nanny's care.
    Irish nanny requests bail with new evidence: Baby suffered injuries before nanny
    The Irish nanny who has been sitting in a Massachusetts jail for more than a year awaiting trial for allegedly causing the death of a one-year-old child in her care is now seeking to be let out on bail. In light of new information in this case the...
  • Dec. 16, 2013: Students are seen at Harvard University after being evacuated over unconfirmed reports of explosives.
    Harvard University evacuates due to bomb threat
    Harvard University evacuated its Cambridge, Mass. campus this morning after 9:00 a.m. FOX news reported due to a bomb threat received by email. The school had implemented a text alert system to notify students of emergency situations and the need...
  • Singer-songwriter and violinist performs live at the Middle East with her new CD release, 'Everything to Me' on November 13!
    See Eliza Moore perform live at Cambridge's Middle East on November 13
    Having started with her debut CD, ‘Simplicity’ and on the verge of releasing her third album ‘Everything to Me,’ singer-songwriter and violinist Eliza Moore will share her sweet, soaring vocals for the release party of her...
  • Eat to the Beat
    Beat of a different restaurant
    ...with apologies to Allen Ginsberg’s "Howl"I saw the hungriest diners of my generation, starving but stylishly clothed, dragging themselves down the stairs in Harvard Square at dusk looking for a tasty fix at the Beat Hotel, light...
  • Octopus mortadella dish at Russell House Tavern, Harvard Square, Cambridge
    Octopus mortadella & more obscure dishes at Russell House Tavern
    Harvard Square is one of the busiest areas in Cambridge, so it would make perfect sense that a row of restaurants would line the streets of the Square. Parking, however, is a significant issue, as is driving in to the congested area. It is, in all...
  • Cambridge wins home opener against Pope, 41-32
    Cambridge wins home opener against Pope, 41-32
    An action-packed game versus Pope High School resulted in the Cambridge Bears winning their first home game of the season.The game started with quite a few fumbles and mistakes by Pope before they rallied to the Bears' challenge. The Bears did...