Two salespeople work at Flour, Harvard Square's new cafe-bakery.
Joanne Chang, founder of Flour, poses with some of her baked goods.
Flour Bakery opened early this month in Harvard Square.
A shelf inside Flour holds Joanne's books.
Harvard Square's newest sweet spot is Flour, a bakery-cafe started by Harvard graduate Joanne Chang.
Ian McEwan, author of Atonement, reads aloud a chapter of his newest book, Nutshell.
Inside the First Parish Church of Cambridge, Ian McEwan, author of Atonement and Nutshell, discusses his newest release with Harvard Professor Steven Pinker.
Daishi K. Tanaka '19 now lives alone in the United States because his parents moved back to Japan.
Maribel Nava '20 was born in the United States to undocumented Mexican parents.
Daishi keeps memories of home, including a graduation photo with his parents and a pen, on his desk.
Richkin's design is not just for aesthetics; customers can purchase any combination of the shellfish and seafood behind the glass.
Courtney E. O'Regan prepares mini apple cider doughnuts. "I have probably made a couple thousand today," she said, three hours into her shift.
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In Your Ear, a tucked away record store on Mt. Auburn, holds a great collection of old CDs, records, and tapes. On Saturday afternoon the store was full of customers sifting through antique records.