Laura K. Reston
With the new taco truck outside the Science Center, Mexican restaurant owners in Harvard Square now face more competition than ever before.
Panera Bread has set a date for their grand opening: Friday, April 13. With new table service on both floors, Harvard students can snack on Panera's signature soups and breads without moving from the second floor armchairs overlooking Widener.
Tasty Burger, a burger restaurant in Boston, will open a second branch in Harvard Square this fall, replacing the current 7-Eleven at 40 JFK Street.
b.good, a Boston burger chain with a location on Dunster Street in Harvard Square, announced on Wednesday that it would begin to franchise later this year.
IHOP will offer patrons the chance to indulge in a free stack of its traditional buttermilk pancakes tomorrow, Feb. 28, from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. The event marks the 7th annual IHOP National Pancake Day.
Toscano, a neighborhood Italian restaurant in Beacon Hill, will open a second location in Harvard Square this fall, replacing Café ...
Curious George & Friends, a beloved children’s bookstore prominently located in Harvard Square, will reopen under new management this spring after it closed this past June.
First Printer Restaurant opened its doors last week, boasting a menu of upscale American fare. A plaque identifies the 15 Dunster Street address as the site of America’s first printing press, which was used to publish religious tracts for nearby Harvard College.
As many of you may remember, back in July Panera Bread announced that it would be opening a new location in Harvard Square, next to Qdoba and in the spot where Bob Slate Stationer used to be.
Evan M. O’Dorney ’15 scribbles on a white board in a cramped Canaday single strewn with laundry and empty peanut butter jars. His face lights up as he demonstrates how to identify patterns using colorful, maze-like diagrams that he has constructed.
Venezuelan restaurant Orinoco, which has locations in the South End and Brookline, opened its third eatery in Harvard Square last week.
President of the World Bank Robert B. Zoellick discussed the modernization of the international financial institution at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum on Tuesday evening.
Christina Bellantoni, a political reporter for the Washington newspaper “Roll Call,” discussed the merits and potential pitfalls of using Twitter in politics on Monday evening at the Institute of Politics.
Looking to study cooperation in action, a team of Harvard social scientists opted to forgo the all too familiar practice of hiring hordes of undergraduates and Cambridge residents as test subjects.
The American government should drastically cut the excessive military budget, argued Barney Frank, the United States Representative for Massachusetts, during an Institute of Politics event at the Kennedy School on Wednesday evening.