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Festive lights adorn Harvard Square on a dark Sunday evening.
City Sports advertises a going-out-of-business sale at its Brattle Street location on Tuesday, November 17, 2015.
City Sports will close all 26 stores including its Harvard Square location.
El Jefe’s owner John Schall said he wants to create a higher quality dining experience by using fresh ingredients in his taqueria, which replaced The Taco Truck at the 83 Mt. Auburn St. storefront.
The shelter, set to open to young adults between the ages 18 and 24 in December, looks to serve as a “sanctuary” for local homeless youth.
However, after countless outings to 60 Church Street at any time of the day (24-hour service, my friends) I can’t help but say that the Market is one specialty wrap away from your heart.
Pushed on by my need for vaguely Mexican-inspired food plus a habit of visiting Felipe’s too often, I decided to venture where few Harvard students had done so far… I went to El Jefe’s Taqueria.
Fear not, because we at Flyby embarked on a journey to find the best (and worst) guac of the Square.
We all have really strong feelings about this, and we decided to stir the pot further by asking Harvard students an intensely contentious question– which closure are you sadder about, B.good or Clover?
Neither the Mets nor the Royals have won the World Series in several decades—the Mets last won in 1986 and the Royals in 1985.
The offender, described as a male in his early 20s with short light colored hair and a tall, muscular build, exited a van and attempted to approach the victim, a police advisory reported.
Although some Harvard students from local areas are aware of the main issues of the Nov. 3 Cambridge City Council election, most are not intimately acquainted with the candidates and their positions.
The line for Chelsea Clinton’s appearance at the Harvard Book Store wound around the block. Clinton signed copies of her new book, “It’s Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired, and Get Going!”, aimed at children and teens.
Leaders of Y2Y look to raise the last $50,000 of a $1.25 million fundraising goal through a crowdsourcing campaign to open a student-run shelter for homeless youth.