October 13th-November 5thCome and visit your good friend, Sweeney……
Beloved music club announces its triumphant return to Boston’s music scene The Harvard Square Business Association is delighted to announce the long-awaited reopening of Regattabar, an iconic venue beloved as the heart of New England’s jazz scene, located at the Charles Hote…
It is with profound sadness that we mourn the passing of our dear friend, longtime Harvard Square supporter and wonderful community partner, Atieno Adoyo Pilipa Steen Simmons, who left us on August 23rd. Atieno, the daughter of Cambridge City Councilor E.
In April 2022, staff recommended, and City Council approved a full construction approach for implementing separated bike lanes through Harvard Square due to heavy bus stop activity and the need for bus layovers.
Photo: Margot Schulman Photography.Cambridge, MAAugust 25, 2023 Martha Tedeschi, the Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard Art Museums, announced today the appointment of Micha Winkler Thomas as the museums’ new deputy director.
For the past two years, the Harvard Square Business Association (HSBA), local Cambridge artist Kyoko Ono and Beacon Capital Partners, owners of One Brattle Square, have to coordinated ongoing art exhibits.
August 27, 2023 • 1 day ago A Statement from City Manager Yi-An HuangOver the last weeks, I’ve had a number of conversations with City Councilors, business and nonprofit leaders, and residents about how the city supports our unhoused community while also providing safe and thriving pub…
Over the past six years as Director of Development at Cambridge Center for Adult Education, and a board member before that, Mary-Catherine Deibel (pictured above in her signature magenta scarf) became part of the heart and soul of CCAE.
In February of 2023, the Harvard Square Business Association met with faith based leaders and social services agencies to compile a list of resources for the unhoused and those who are in need. Please visit the links provided for the most up to date information.
What does Cambridge’s fossil fuel free policy really mean and how does it impact your business? Developing new buildings and renovating old ones in Cambridge is about to become even more complicated.