Square Business

Square Business Prepares for Harvard-Yale
Harvard Square

Square Businesses Prepare for Harvard-Yale Game

Harvard Square businesses are preparing for thousands of alumni and Yale students to descend on Cambridge for the annual Harvard-Yale game Saturday.

Harvard Square

Sweetgreen Prepares for Tuesday Opening

After months of anticipation, eager Sweetgreen fans flocked to the chain’s new Harvard Square location last week to attend “soft opening” events in preparation for the salad chain’s official opening Tuesday.

Baking, Not Business School: A Conversation with Joanne Chang
Food and Drink

Baking, Not Business School: A Conversation with Joanne Chang

Two salespeople work at Flour, Harvard Square's new cafe-bakery.

Baking, Not Business School: A Conversation with Joanne Chang
Food and Drink

Baking, Not Business School: A Conversation with Joanne Chang

Joanne Chang, founder of Flour, poses with some of her baked goods.

Baking, Not Business School: A Conversation with Joanne Chang
Food and Drink

Baking, Not Business School: A Conversation with Joanne Chang

Flour Bakery opened early this month in Harvard Square.

Baking, Not Business School: A Conversation with Joanne Chang
Food and Drink

Baking, Not Business School: A Conversation with Joanne Chang

A shelf inside Flour holds Joanne's books.

Baking, Not Business School: A Conversation with Joanne Chang
Food and Drink

Baking, Not Business School: A Conversation with Joanne Chang

Harvard Square's newest sweet spot is Flour, a bakery-cafe started by Harvard graduate Joanne Chang.

Algiers Reopening
Food and Drink

Algiers Reopening

Algiers, after a brief hiatus and under new management, reopens its doors to welcome back patrons.

David Barron at Harvard Bookstore
Books

David Barron at Harvard Bookstore

David J. Barron, currently a circuit judge for the First Circuit Court of Appeals and former Harvard Law School professor, discusses his book Waging War:The Clash Between Presidents and Congress, 1776 to ISIS.

Out of Town News Stand
City Politics

University, Gerald Chan Will Be Asked to Attend Harvard Square Hearing

The Cambridge City Council passed three resolutions aimed at preserving the character of Harvard Square, including a proposed meeting with the University and other local stakeholders.

Food and Drink

Flour Will Bring Signature Sticky Buns to the Square

​With lines for Tatte Bakery and Cafe stretching out the door, students will now have another option for getting their coffee and croissants in Harvard Square.

College

Hundreds Dine on Harvard’s Dime with Classroom to Table Program

Just under 1,000 Classroom to Table meetings were arranged during the 2015-2016 academic year, according to Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education Noel Bisson.

Crimson Cash Reaches CVS
College

Crimson Cash Reaches CVS

The additional Crimson Cash given to students during the strike can be used at various restaurants and shops in Harvard Square such as CVS.

Crimson Cash Reaches CVS
HUDS

B.good and Oggi Gourmet Now Accepting Crimson Cash

Students now have more options in Harvard Square to spend their recently acquired $75 of Crimson Cash with the addition of b.good and Oggi Gourmet to the program.

Blood in the Water
Books

Blood in the Water

Heather Ann Thompson speaks with Harvard professor Randall Kennedy at Harvard Bookstore about her new book Blood in the Water, a history of the Attica prison uprising that was published on its 45th anniversary.