A dark blue sky overlooks Weld Boathouse on the banks of the Charles River at dusk on a chilly Monday evening.
The Institute of Politics hosted a forum on the media Monday evening featuring former New York Times CEO Mark Thompson, Nobel Prize winner and Rappler CEO Maria Ressa, Google vice president of news Richard Gingras, and former McClatchy Company CEO Craig Forman.
Cantabrigians went to the polls Tuesday for municipal elections, with polling stations open around Harvard Square.
Former Mass. Governor Deval Patrick '78 presented a Seymour E. and Ruth B. Harris Lecture hosted by the Institute of Politics titled "Leading Through Chaos and Anger."
The sun set over the Charles River on Wednesday evening.
Steve Kornacki, NBC News and MSNBC National Political Correspondent, spoke at the IOP Wednesday night to explain the workings of the election night "big board."
Geese stroll in John F. Kennedy Memorial Park on an overcast Thursday afternoon.
Dudley's second Co-op building, located on Massachusetts Avenue.
Dudley's Co-op building, located on Sacramento Street (and featuring an industrial kitchen!)
After the coronavirus pandemic hit, only essential services and businesses were permitted to remain open to help control the spread of the virus. Along with the closure of indoor dining, schools, and sports venues, arts institutions were forced to shut their doors to the public and retreat to a virtual space. Many of Boston and Cambridge’s centers of arts and entertainment learned to adapt to the uncharted territory, many suspending their performance seasons for the first time ever.
Paramount Theatre is a theater in Boston on Washington Street. Though arts landmarks in the Boston area were forced to close due to the coronavirus pandemic, many quickly learned to adapt through virtual programming and live streaming.
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