The smoke has cleared and the champs have been crowned.
Congrats to East Side Bar and Grille who defended their title and took home the Peoples Choice Award.
Congrats to Bosphorus was awared the Best Ribs Award by our guest judges Tony Maws of Craigie On Main, Barry Maiden of Hungry Mother, and Nick Iverson of Americas Test Kitchen.
Thanks to all the restuarants who took time out of their schedules to help us create a great event for East Cambridge. Thanks to the volunteers who came out and supported the event, we couldnt have pulled it off without your help. Of course thanks to our sponsors for all your support.
Thanks to how2heroes for this awesome video.
Phillip Tang is the chef and owner of East By Northeast here in Cambridge and he is going to be preparing cured pork belly for his cooking demo at the how2heroes demo tent at Rib Fest this Sunday.
Take a look at the how2heroes video featuring Phil and his pork belly. Consider your appetite …wetted.
The Cambridge Police Department and East End House invite you to a
Crime Prevention Boat Cruise
October 4th, 2011
The boat will depart from the CambridgeSide Galleria.
Sponsored by the Charles Riverboat Company
Come meet your local police officers and neighbors and enjoy a lovely boat cruise! Sergeants Maureen Ford and Edward Frammartino will share information about recent crimes and crime prevention efforts. Strategies and trends will be discussed.
The cruise is provided free of charge.
Please contact East End House at 617-876-4444
with any questions.
We hope to see you there!
Receive Emergency and Other Community Alerts via Email, Text and Phone
The City of Cambridge is excited to announce the launch of the Cambridge Alert Network, a new and improved notification system aimed at sharing information with community members in an effective and timely manner via phone, text and email.
“I strongly encourage our residents, businesses and all members of the community interested in receiving Cambridge alerts to sign up for this new notification system,” said City Manager Robert W. Healy. “It will be extremely helpful in communicating information directly to the community during natural disasters, snow parking bans and other types of emergencies.”
The Cambridge Alert Network currently consists of three services: CodeRED, CitizenObserver and Cambridge E-Line.
CodeRED is an emergency notification system that allows the City to send emergency notifications to subscribers via email, text and phone calls. Cambridge land lines will automatically receive emergency notifications by phone, but all are encouraged to sign up with their cell phone number and email addresses as well. This service will be used in the event of emergencies affecting the City, such as snow emergencies, evacuations, large-scale water outages or other significant service disruptions.
CitizenObserver is used by the Cambridge Police Department to send email and text alerts relating to crime. All are encouraged to subscribe to receive neighborhood–specific alerts about emerging crime patterns, announcements about neighborhood meetings and crime-prevention tips.
Cambridge E-Line is a source for general information and communications from the City of Cambridge via email and text. Anyone can sign up for street cleaning reminders, trash and recycling pickup, City news and departmental information.
Please visit www.CambridgeMA.gov/AlertNetwork and sign up today. Questions, concerns or help with registration should be directed to 617-349-9490.
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