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  • Special Meeting of the City Council

    Special Meeting of the City Council

  • Regular City Council Meeting

    Regular City Council Meeting

  • PARK SOUNDS with Kett Lee (Main)

    Enjoy a special evening of music with esteemed cellist Kett Lee! Come with your picnic and your loved ones to Joan Lorentz Park, outside the Main Library and prepare for the perfect fall evening! Registration is not required. Cellist Kett Lee was the youngest member of the Malaysia's National Symphony Orchestra and Radio Television Orchestra before coming to the US in 2003. He holds performance diplomas from The Boston Conservatory and Longy School of Music and is the cellist of the nationally acclaimed Boston String Ensemble and Voyage Piano Trio.

  • CPL International Briefing: Crisis in Ethiopia: What is to Be Done? with Professor Alex DeWaal (Virtual)

    In 2019, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed received the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation and for his decisive initiative to resolve the border conflict with neighboring Eritrea. But simmering tensions with the Tigray People’s Liberation Front escalated into war last year with long term implications for domestic and regional stability in the horn of Africa. Join Alex De Waal, human rights activist, professor, and Executive Director of the World Peace Foundation at Tufts University, for a discussion of the crisis in Ethiopia.

  • Cambridge Redevelopment Authority

    Cambridge Redevelopment Authority

  • Planning Board Meeting

    City of Cambridge Planning Board Meeting

  • Special Meeting of the City Council

    Special Meeting of the City Council

  • Regular City Council Meeting

    Regular City Council Meeting

  • PARK SOUNDS with Kett Lee (Main)

    Enjoy a special evening of music with esteemed cellist Kett Lee! Come with your picnic and your loved ones to Joan Lorentz Park, outside the Main Library and prepare for the perfect fall evening! Registration is not required. Cellist Kett Lee was the youngest member of the Malaysia's National Symphony Orchestra and Radio Television Orchestra before coming to the US in 2003. He holds performance diplomas from The Boston Conservatory and Longy School of Music and is the cellist of the nationally acclaimed Boston String Ensemble and Voyage Piano Trio.

  • CPL International Briefing: Crisis in Ethiopia: What is to Be Done? with Professor Alex DeWaal (Virtual)

    In 2019, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed received the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation and for his decisive initiative to resolve the border conflict with neighboring Eritrea. But simmering tensions with the Tigray People’s Liberation Front escalated into war last year with long term implications for domestic and regional stability in the horn of Africa. Join Alex De Waal, human rights activist, professor, and Executive Director of the World Peace Foundation at Tufts University, for a discussion of the crisis in Ethiopia.

  • Cambridge Redevelopment Authority

    Cambridge Redevelopment Authority

  • Planning Board Meeting

    City of Cambridge Planning Board Meeting

  • Special Meeting of the City Council

    Special Meeting of the City Council

  • Regular City Council Meeting

    Regular City Council Meeting

  • PARK SOUNDS with Kett Lee (Main)

    Enjoy a special evening of music with esteemed cellist Kett Lee! Come with your picnic and your loved ones to Joan Lorentz Park, outside the Main Library and prepare for the perfect fall evening! Registration is not required. Cellist Kett Lee was the youngest member of the Malaysia's National Symphony Orchestra and Radio Television Orchestra before coming to the US in 2003. He holds performance diplomas from The Boston Conservatory and Longy School of Music and is the cellist of the nationally acclaimed Boston String Ensemble and Voyage Piano Trio.

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