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Students who stopped by said they were impressed by the store’s open decor and tasty coffee.
The Cambridge Planning Board asked Regency Centers Corporation to re-submit its proposal for a Harvard Sq. mall.
In a meeting that ultimately ended without an official recommendation, Cambridge City officials and residents debated the merits of a controversial zoning petition.
Cardullo’s Gourmet Shoppe, a Harvard Square icon since 1950, is planning to open a second location of its specialty food store in Boston’s Seaport neighborhood.
Healthy Pharms Inc., a registered nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary, opened for business within The Red House restaurant at 98 Winthrop St. Saturday.
After three months on the market, Harvard Square properties housing businesses including Felipe’s Taqueria have been sold to Asana Partners for $108 million.
While some students say they’re excited by the move to Fenway Park, others expressed concern about transportation, tailgating venues, and potentially lower student attendance.
“That spirit of unity, of empathy, of having a moral compass is what all the leaders miss today. We don’t have those elements in our leadership core,” Matthews said.
Mayors from Kansas City, Baton Rouge, and South Bend, Ind. spoke about ways that cities can function as incubators for innovation at an event attended by over 20 newly elected mayors Tuesday evening.
“We’re here to become a space where people can talk about body image, love their bodiest,” Maldonado said. “I think that’s an important thing we are trying to emphasize this year.”
Brothers Daniel and Jordan Allott, who are currently working on a documentary to understand how Trump won the 2016 election, spoke at the IOP Wednesday.
Actor, screenwriter, and political activist Woody Harrelson spoke to a group of students at Kirkland House Wednesday evening about his personal inspirations, the current political climate, and his new upcoming film, “LBJ.”
“If you care about the country, then you will vote,” DeRay Mckesson said. “I think about hope as the idea that you can think about tomorrow as being better than today."