A 3’ x 6’ portrait of Nina Simone is being installed today in the Out of Town News Kiosk in Harvard Square as a prelude to Martin Luther King’s Day on Monday, January 18th.
Celebrating Dr. King, the great state of Georgia, Out of Town News, Fridge in the Square and so much more! “Martin, Are You Still Marching?”Performed by: Squares in the SquareWritten by: Jon Maddox Harvard Square Honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
If you happen to be in Harvard Square, take a peek inside the Out of Town News Kiosk…it has been taken over by giraffes! If you are not in the area, we have photos to prove it.
The holidays have always been a time of giving back for Michael Gulesarian, whose family has owned and operated Harvard Square’s Sheraton Commander Hotel and Nubar restaurant for three generations.
Let Hope Ring: Holidays in Harvard SquareChurches, Bell Ringing, Giving and Poetry As an alternative to traditional holiday events, Harvard Square Business Association and their partners will hold safe activities to celebrate community, encourage help for those in need and express hope for…
The Massachusetts Department of Labor Standards prepared a Retail Advisory “Holiday Shopping and COVID-19 Workplace Safety Standards for Retail”. I hope this document is helpful to you as you prepare for the holiday shopping season. DLS-Retail-Advisory-FINAL-003.
November 25, 2020 Harvard Square is glowing with holiday spirit. As the days grow shorter, the sights and sounds of winter fill the streets. The Square radiates warmth and welcoming lights and will continue to do so throughout the entire winter season.
Cambridge City Council moves to close indoor dining, gyms, casinos and other non-essential indoor activities…pitting businesses against schools.
The Harvard Square Business Association, in partnership with its longtime and treasured member, Longfellow House-Washington’s Headquarters National Historic Site, is pleased to present Harvard Square’s “Thanksgiving” trees.