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Capricia R. Graves, an employee of Oona's Experienced Clothing in Harvard Square, showcases the various sweaters for sale. In honor of Halloween, FM visited thrift stores around Cambridge.
Carolyn P. KrehBiel (right) and Cady M., Koenigs (left), the two managers of Second Time Around in Harvard Square, discuss the various items for sale behind the counter. In honor of Halloween, FM visited thrift stores around Cambridge.
The Harvard Square location of Second Time Around is located at 8 Eliot Street.
Second Time Around features high-end, vintage clothing for customers and consignors alike.
Artwork adorns the walls surrounding the entrance to Oona's Experienced Clothing in Harvard Square.
The fireplace displays a wide variety of items that can be found at Oona's Experienced Clothing in Harvard Square.
Second Time Around features upscale new and mint-condition designer clothing and jewelry for customers and consignors alike.
A wide range of button downs are offered at Second Time Around in Harvard Square.
Oona's Experienced Clothing is located at 1210 Massachusetts Ave in Harvard Square.
John the Orange Man began selling fruit in Harvard Square in 1858, about a decade after he immigrated to Cambridge to escape the Irish potato famine. He worked in the Square until his death following an operation in 1906, and during that period, saw the erection of 26 university buildings, and made the acquaintance of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Oliver Wendell Holmes, and Theodore Roosevelt. In 1891, the Boston Daily Globe dubbed him “the most popular man at Harvard.”