Nathan Schiller the owner of Little Russia, displays a toy cat that he assembled himself. The wooden figure is among the remaining items for sale at the Harvard Square store, which will soon close for good.
Customers browse through the folk art for sale at Little Russia. The display case includes painted paper mache boxes, the product of artisans who made religious icons in the days before Soviet restrictions on religion.
Presidential candidate Dennis J. Kucinich, D-Ohio, speaks about the potential for global cooperation in Iraq to a Harvard Law School audience yesterday.
THOMAS M. McSORLEY ’06 argues for abortion rights alongside Harvard Students for Choice President ABBY L. FEE ’05 during a debate last night in Emerson Hall.
Former Brazilian President FERNANDO HENRIQUE CARDOSO speaks at the JFK Jr. Forum yesterday about the future of democracy.
COLIN T. REARDON ’04 listens to ANNE G. BECKETT ’04 speak at the Institute of Politics about her arrest at the FTAA protests in Miami.
REP participant KERRY K. SHAUGHNESSY ’05, right, and ROB GROGAN, manager of Harvard Recycling and Waste Management, uncover surprises as they sort through 540 pounds of trash yesterday.
Chief of Staff JASON SOLOMON ’93-’95 accompanies his boss, University President LAWRENCE H. SUMMERS across campus.
“Today” Show co-host KATIE COURIC accepts the School of Public Health’s Julius Richmond Award for her work to raise awareness of colon cancer, at the Charles Hotel yesterday. The award is the school’s highest honor.
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