Valentines for Harvard Square
Denise Jillson, Executive Director of the Harvard Square Business Association, skates at the Charles Hotel while discussing Love & Landmarks in Harvard Square.
The Charles Hotel, One Bennett Street. www.charleshotel.com
Ifeanyi Menkiti, Dan Wuenschel, and Elizabeth Doran read Love Poems from the Grolier Poetry Bookshop, the oldest Poetry Bookshop in America, established in Harvard Square in 1927.
Grolier Bookshop, 6 Plympton Street, www.grolierpoetrybookshop.com
The Adidas Five sing songs about love and mountain climbing...just for kicks...
Adidas Originals Store,
1270 Massachusetts Avenue, www.adidas.com
At the opening party for Serene Chocolate Cafe we learn how fine chocolate truly makes people feel.
1105 Massachusetts Avenue
Mieka Pauley serenades us with love songs from Club Passim.
Club Passim, 47 Palmer Street
Live from the Cottage...Mr. Bartley on Love and Burgers.
1246 Massachusetts Avenue, 617-354-6559
Petali, Neruda, Bannatyne...sounds like a Love Spell to me! Local Author Lesley Bannatyne reads Pablo Neruda while ringing around the rosies at Petali.
Petali Fresh Flowers, 1344 Massachusetts Avenue. 617-492-3600
Harvard Square’s Frances Cardullo trills “Theobroma Cacao” trippingly off the tongue and treats us to terrific information about unconditional love, St. Valentine, and hundreds of types of chocolate!
Cardullo’s Gourmet Shoppe, 6 Brattle Street.
Timothy Sawyer of “Lively Lore” gives us the dirty-dirt on the romantic history of Harvard Square.
Chef Tony Maws of Craigie Street Bistrot speaks of Food, Love, and a French Steel Pan.
5 Craigie Circle, http://www.craigiestreetbistrot.com/
Still hot after 100 Years...La Flamme Barber Shop!
21 Dunster St, 617-354-8377
A pair of local twins moved to sing, dance and recite an original poem at Curious George.
The Harvard University “Fallen Angels” steal our hearts!
The Honorable Mayor of Cambridge Kenneth E. Reeves is our VALENTINE every day of the year!
Chef Jody Adams and Architect Maryann Thompson unveil thei