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The Historic Library
Libraries

The Historic Library

Distinctly known for its reddish stone exterior ad ts turret, the historic building of the Cambridge Public Library was built in 1888.

Cambridge Public Library
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Cambridge Public Library

The Cambridge Public Library boasts seven community meeting spaces and seating for over 200 people.

The Historic Library
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Get Out: Cambridge Public Library Main Branch

On Broadway street, just a few blocks east of the Science Center, is what the Boston Society of Architects has deemed the “single most beautiful building” in the Boston metropolitan area. You might have even wandered past it before, and wondered what the building—which looks like a glowing glass jewel box—contains.

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The entrance to Follow the Honey, located a few yards farther down Massachusetts Avenue from Zinneken's, is a set of steps leading down to a hidden doorway.

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The Nectar Deck, located out back behind the store, offers customers a gathering place to relax or observe the bees in Follow the Honey's own living hive.

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The interior of Follow the Honey, located below street level, is at once homey and exhilarating, filled with hundreds of products ranging from honey on tap to hand cream.

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The interior of The Games People Play, filled with a variety of games and toys.

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The interior of The Games People Play, filled with a variety of games and toys.

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The interior of The Games People Play, filled with a variety of games and toys.

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Containers filled with oil and vinegar sit behind a row of samples at Salt & Olive. Bread for dipping and water are offered free of charge to customers.

 Salt & Olive
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Salt & Olive

Containers filled with oil and vinegar sit behind a row of samples at Salt & Olive. Bread for dipping and water are offered free of charge to customers.

The Spice Wall
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The Spice Wall

Glass jars of tea and other spices line one wall of Salt & Olive. In addition to supplying the community with a variety of olive oil and other dips, the store seeks to educate customers on the science of herbs and spices.

Oil and Vinegar
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Oil and Vinegar

Containers filled with oil and vinegar sit behind a row of samples at Salt & Olive. Bread for dipping and water are offered free of charge to customers.

From the Outside
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From the Outside

The exterior of Salt & Olive, located near Zinneken's on Massachusetts Avenue.

The Games People Play
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The Games People Play

The interior of The Games People Play, filled with a variety of games and toys.

Head of the Charles
Men's Crew

Head of the Charles 2014

CS50 in Mather
Columns

CS50 and the Humanities

Closing Ceremony
Columns

Ignore Congress. Close Gitmo.

Peer Leadership Kickoff
College

A Man on a Mission