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.
Thank you Trinity Property Management!…
MONOPOLY-UNVEILS-Cambridge-EditionDownload Dear Friends, Happy Friday the 13th! We are so excited to announce that the Cambridge Edition of Monopoly was released today! This is a long-anticipated event for us.
How to Support Your Favorite Restaurantsfrom Harvard Square Restaurant Owners & ChefsDos and Don’ts Harvard Square Business Association restaurant members, under the leadership of Restaurant Committee chair, Kari Kuelzer, owner of Grendel’s Den, encourage folks to continue supportin…
Cambridge Police Increases Visibility Around Election The Cambridge Police Department has prepared thorough plans to ensure enhanced security and a safe environment the days leading up to, day of and days following Election Day.
Cambridge Community Foundation and City of CambridgeJoint Media Advisory Contacts: Lauren Marshall, Director of Marketing and Civic Engagement, Cambridge Community Foundation lmarshall@cambridgecf.
Dear Friends, I don’t need to tell you that unhoused folks in Cambridge face life and death during the colder months. This year, with fewer shelter beds, indoor spaces closed, and Covid-19 raging, the risk is even greater.