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Clover Brings CSA Farm Shares to East Cambridge

Published on February 6, 2012, by in Clover, CSA.

What if picking up your CSA farm share meant stopping by a retail location on your own schedule instead of meeting a truc in a parking lot during a 3-hour pick-up window? That’s the idea behind a new experiment in “CSA retail” launched today by Clover Food Lab (www.cloverfoodlab.com), a chain of fast-food restaurants and

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Published on February 1, 2012, by in Uncategorized.

Empty or inactive store fronts are a problem in every business district.  That is why the ECBA focus’s alot of our effort towards creating an atmosphere that is attractive to new business, and builds relationships with landlords to help attract new and responsible business. ECBA faces a challenge of covering a very large, mostly linear, area.  At the

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PopUp Cafe Info Session

Published on January 24, 2012, by in Outdoor Seating.

Pop-up Café Information Session Date:              Tuesday February 7th Time:             9:00 am Location:       License Commission                         831 Mass. Ave., Cambridge Since being introduced in Cambridge (2006), outdoor dining has been successful in increasing street life, creating a vibrant street atmosphere, making the sidewalk more interesting for pedestrians, supporting local businesses and enhancing sidewalk plantings.  Annually 42

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East Cambridge Planning Team meeting at 7pm

Tonight at 7pm the Division of Capital and Asset Management (DCAM) will be at the East Cambridge Planning Team meeting at the East End House. DCAM will be briefing residents on the process of putting the Edward J. Sullivan Court house out to bid and how the building could be reused. The future use of the

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The Little Engine That Could! – Cambridge Symphony Orchestra

Cynthia Woods, Music Director presents THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COULD! Sunday, January 22, 2012 at 4:00 PMSomerville Theatre55 Davis SquareSomerville, MA Internet Symphony No. 1 (Eroica) … Tan DunThe Little Engine that Could … Allen Feinstein (book by Watty Piper)Cello Concerto No. 2 in D major … Joseph Haydn Tickets are:Adults: $10 (advance), $15 (door)Seniors/Students:

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January Monthly Meeting Update

At the January 3rd ECBA monthly meeting hosted by Vinfen, ECBA members were joined by John Pelletier of the City of Cambridge’s CitySmart Program and representatives from the State’s Division of Capital and Asset Management (DCAM). CitySmart is a program designed to encourage the use of more sustainable transportation for all kinds of trips. It

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