Harvard Square Business Association Celebrates Women’s History Month Across the US, the UK and Australia, the month of March is celebrated as Women’s History Month.
Harvard Square Business Association (HSBA) and its members, Y2Y, Trinity Property Management and The Sinclair (a division of AEG Worldwide) in partnership with Cambridge Community Fridge, installed Harvard Square’s first ‘Fridge in the Square”.
A Remembrance and a Dedication As we approach the summer solstice and the 4th of July holiday, Harvard Square businesses are preparing to welcome the public back to the Square.They are hard at work, adhering to CDC, state and local guidelines.
The Harvard Square Business Association is pleased to feature the work of two distinguished local artists, Mark Ostow and Lennie Peterson, for the dual purpose of chronicling the pandemic and celebrating Black History Month.
Last month, to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, artist Lennie Peterson partnered with the HSBA to display a 3’ x 6’ mixed media portrait of Nina Simone in the Harvard Square Kiosk.
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We are so excited to be working again this year with award-winning Cambridge photographer, Mark Ostow, who we have been partnering with since 2007. Mark has chronicled the pandemic every day since March 14, 2020, and continues through today.
Sarah Lancashire and David Hyde Pierce star in the drama from showrunner Chris Keyser. HBO Max is moving forward with a drama focused on the life of famed chef Julia Child.
The Harvard Square Business Association has partnered with its longtime member, the Cambridge Forum in celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dear HSBA Members and Friends: We are delighted to report that last evening, Governor Baker signed the Economic Development bill that included the 15% Delivery Fee Cap on third party delivery companies. The Governor tweeted that the bill would go into effect immediately.