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Head of the Charles
Men's Crew

Regatta Tourists Buoy Local Businesses

Last weekend’s Head of the Charles Regatta brought with it throngs of visitors and the usual bump in sales for Harvard Square businesses.

The Games People Play
Food and Drink

Niche Stores in the Square

Honk! Parade
Harvard Square

Honk! Parade

Musicians and artists participate in the HONK! parade, an annual Oktoberfest tradition. People from all over the world stop by to taste the various foods, drink the beer, and listen to live music while appreciating the various artistic crafts presented.

Honk!
Harvard Square

Honk!

A signpost shows the schedule for the HONK! Parade. People from all over the world stop by to taste the various foods, drink the beer, and listen to live music while appreciating the various artistic crafts presented.

Stilt Walkers
Harvard Square

Stilt Walkers

Stilt walker Adelaide Gross, center, and other members of the troupe, "Mortal Beasts and Deities," dance in Winthrop Square during Oktoberfest on Sunday afternoon. People from all over the world stop by to taste the various foods, drink the beer, and listen to live music while appreciating the various artistic crafts presented.

Stilt Walkers
Harvard Square

Stilt Walkers

Stilt walker Adelaide Gross dances to a band play a cover of "I Shot the Sheriff" by Bob Marley in Winthrop Square during Oktoberfest on Sunday afternoon. People from all over the world stop by to taste the various foods, drink the beer, and listen to live music while appreciating the various artistic crafts presented.

Oktoberfest Stilt Dancing
Harvard Square

Oktoberfest Stilt Dancing

Stilt walker Adelaide Gross dances to a band play a cover of "I Shot the Sheriff" by Bob Marley in Winthrop Square during Oktoberfest on Sunday afternoon. People from all over the world stop by to taste the various foods, drink the beer, and listen to live music while appreciating the various artistic crafts presented.

Food at Oktoberfest
Harvard Square

Food at Oktoberfest

Marco Martinelli serves chicken kebabs at a food stand in Harvard Square during Oktoberfest on Sunday afternoon. The festival featured beer gardens, live music, and a variety of food, clothing, and art vendors.

Parts and Crafts
Harvard Square

Parts and Crafts

Andy Payne of Jamaica Plain plays a xylophone made by kids of The Parts and Crafts Collective in Winthrop Square during Oktoberfest on Sunday afternoon. The alternative school in Somerville was featured in the Oktoberfest parade which provided local groups the opportunity to showcase their work.

Food at Oktoberfest
Graduate School of Design

Today in Photos (10/14/2014)

Apples
Food and Drink

Your Guide To Apple Cider in the Square

Since you can’t always satisfy your apple cider fix in the dhall, we shopped around the Square and came up with this list of our favorite cider spots for you to try.

Cambridge

Image

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.

Cambridge

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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.

Cambridge

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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.

Cambridge

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

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization

School at School
Columns

What We Forget About School: School

Head of the Charles
Men's Crew

Head of the Charles 2014

CS50 in Mather
Columns

CS50 and the Humanities