Compassion in the ArtSpace
Patrons admires art featured in the show “Compassion: The Good Samaritan,” which is on display in the Adams ArtSpace.
Plato's Organic Harvest
Plato’s Organic Harvest of Middleboro, Mass. specializes in fresh local organic produce, flowers, and organic meats. The market features thirteen constant vendors and ten other rotating vendors throughout the year.
Call of Service
Ernesto Cortés, Jr is the worthy recipient of the 2012 PBHA's Robert Coles "Call of Service" Award. He speaks about his 24 community-based organizations and San Antonio's role in his indentity
Rabbi Ben-Zion Gold
Kadimah Michelson, a member of the Harvard Hillel Study and Worship community, congratulated Rabbi Ben-Zion Gold after his CD release Sunday. Gold, a Holocaust survivor, published author, and former director of Harvard Hillel, worked with his associate Jane Myers, a former Radcliffe student, to release a collection of Polish melodies he still remembers from childhood. Current Hillel director and Rabbi, Jonah Steinberg, says the event inspires "a tremendous sense of legacy."
Cloudy With a Chance of Solutions
The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study presents “Cloudy with a Chance of Solutions: The Future of Water”, a symposium examining the science and policy of delivering clean water to the world. Above ecologist Sandra Steingraber speaks on the topic of how hydraulic fracturing (fracking) can affect drinking water
Farmer's Market Feature
In addition to fresh produce, the Harvard Farmer’s Market features local artisanal gourmet goods like maple syrup and honey. The market takes place in front of the Harvard Museum of Natural History Tuesdays until October 30th.