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The Dunkin’ Donuts branch at 1 Bow St is set to move to 1001 Massachusetts Ave. in early June.
The store, whose facade made an appearance in the 1997 film “Good Will Hunting,” will make the move from its current location at 1 Bow St. to its new location at 1001 Mass. Ave. in early June.
Though the process of obtaining a liquor license can be long and arduous, business owners are often willing to wait weeks, wading through multiple levels of red tape, to obtain a permit.
Stanford Professor Ian Morris talks about his new book, "War! What Is It Good For?" at the Harvard Book Store on April 21.
The Taco Truck is moving into 83 Mt. Auburn St. which was formerly occupied by Felipe’s Taqueria until it moved to Brattle Square.
Students may be familiar with The Taco Truck from its current mobile location outside the Science Center.
Felipe’s will be moving from their past location in The Garage to the site formerly occupied by Bertucci’s at 21 Brattle Street, and is set to re-open at the new location in May.
A photo of Mark Zuckerberg posing with an employee hangs on the wall of Noch's.
Photos adorn the walls of Pinocchio's Pizza & Subs, relating its rich history in Harvard Square.
Though many store owners and others affiliated with Harvard Square business positively characterize their relationship with the homeless, some cite concerns about the impact of the visible homeless population on the shopping experience.
A new proposal from developer Raj Dhanda to build a three-story addition on the 57 JFK St. building next door has brought renewed attention—and controversy—to the small plot of land has played an outsized role in American history.
Though Harvard Square is already a popular tourist attraction, local businesses are working to bring in even more visitors, particularly targeting Chinese travelers.