10 hours ago

#CentralSQ: Where even the electrical boxes h...

#CentralSQ: Where even the electrical boxes have character. 📷: @brightly_shine on Instagram

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    CentralSQ: Where even the electrical boxes have character. 📷: @brightly_shine on Instagram
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3 days ago

The #CentralFlea is BACK! Join us on Sunday, ...

The #CentralFlea is BACK! Join us on Sunday, May 6th as we celebrate our opening day of the season — with a brand new location and an exclusive Beer Garden. RSVP & tell your friends: Opening Day at the Central Flea!

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    The #CentralFlea is BACK! Join us on Sunday, May 6th as we celebrate our opening day of the season - with a brand new location and an exclusive Beer Garden. RSVP & tell your friends: Opening Day at...
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6 days ago

We can’t deny — #CSBA member Happie has one o...

We can’t deny — #CSBA member Happie has one of the best views in the neighborhood. 🌆 #CentralSQ 📷: @ektaraochavan on Instagram


Apr 17

Stabbing in East Cambridge caps police day that began with gunshots heard in The Port

...1:38 a.m., police officers canvassed the area and found three shell casings outside 106-108 Columbia St., a residential area by a minimart. There were no reported victims, Warnick said, and as...

A similar incident came March 31, when gunshots were reported at approximately 4:06 a.m. at School and Cherry streets – only a block from this morning’s shots – and police found shell casings but no victims.

Before that, the most recent such similar incident was at 5:48 a.m. Dec. 11, another block away at Norfolk and Worcester streets – with shell casings again found, but no victims.

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A man has been taken into custody from the same address on Hurley Street near Sciarappa Street, Warnick said. 

    Stabbing in East Cambridge caps police day that began with gunshots heard in The Port
    Officers responded to a nonfatal stabbing tonight on Hurley Street, in what's believed to be a domestic incident. Around 9:30 p.m. the East Cambridge neighborhood was alarmed to hear a woman's voice crying out, "Help, I've been stabbed," neighbors said. Police and fire personnel were on the scene quickly and took the woman to a local hospital.
    http://www.cambridgeday.com

Apr 16

#CSBAspotlight: On The Rise

#CSBAspotlight: On The Rise

    #CSBAspotlight: On The Rise
    As Women's History Month comes to a close, it's time for a #CSBAspotlight on On The Rise (OTR)! OTR is a team of 13 staff members (and volunteers & interns) that help provide homeless and formerly homeless women with the tools and services they need to succeed.
    https://centralsquarecambridge.com

Apr 16

#CSBAspotlight: Teddy Shoes

#CSBAspotlight: Teddy Shoes

    #CSBAspotlight: Teddy Shoes
    It's time for the latest #CSBAspotlight - Teddy Shoes ! This #CentralSQ staple has been a part of our community since 1957 and has evolved with the neighborhood. "When my father (Theodore) started the business, his parents owned this building - so we've always been located in this exact spot.
    https://centralsquarecambridge.com

Apr 16

Cross the finish line, then keep running to #...

Cross the finish line, then keep running to #CentralSQ! #CSBA member Central Square Florist gives away free roses to marathon runners each #MarathonMonday 🌹


Apr 10

Two words: FREE. PIZZA. 🍕 To close out Oath P...

Two words: FREE. PIZZA. 🍕 To close out Oath Pizza's CSBA Instagram takeover, they’re giving away two gift cards! Visit instagram.com/centralsquarema to enter.


Apr 10

Calling all pizza lovers in #CentralSQ 🍕 #CSB...

Calling all pizza lovers in #CentralSQ 🍕 #CSBA member Oath Pizza is taking over our Instagram today! Follow along on our Instagram story: instagram.com/centralsquarema 👇


Apr 08

From the residents who call #CentralSQ home t...

From the residents who call #CentralSQ home to the officers who keep our neighborhood safe, we’re thankful for all of our #CitizensOfCentralSQ 💙 📷: Cambridge Police Department


Apr 05

Central Square Business Association added 2 n...

Heads up, #CentralSQ commuters! The elevator at the Central MBTA station will be out of service beginning Monday, April 9th. More information: https://mbta.com/stops/place-cntsq


Apr 03

Please give a warm welcome to our newest #CSB...

Please give a warm welcome to our newest #CSBA member, Whole Heart Provisions! You may have eaten at their Allston location, but we’re excited to announce they’ll be opening up a new location in #CentralSQ very soon 🥗 📷: @the_maya_lifestyle on Instagram


Apr 02

The Spring 2018 Restaurant Opening Guide: Cambridge and Somerville

90 Hampshire St., the Port, Cambridge

Patty Chen’s Dumpling Room (907 Main St., Central Square, Cambridge): Patty Chen’s closed in late October 2017, thanks to construction that...

Pineapple Thai (1108 Cambridge St., Inman Square, Cambridge): A new sibling of a Brookline Thai restaurant. Projected opening: Unknown

Stix Noodle Bar (93 Windsor St., Cambridge): Restaurant group New England Restaurant Concepts, which is behind a variety of restaurants in...

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1394 Massachusetts Ave., Harvard Square, Cambridge

377 Walden St., Cambridge

298 Massachusetts Ave., Central Square, Cambridge

Blackbird Doughnuts (1350 Massachusetts Ave., Harvard Square, Cambridge): This Fenway and South End doughnut shop from the team behind the...

Gustazo Cuban Restaurant & Cafe (2067 Massachusetts Ave., Porter Square, Cambridge): In 2014, Gustazo opened in the former Elephant Walk space in Waltham...

The Longfellow Bar at Alden & Harlow (40 Brattle St., Harvard Square, Cambridge): The latest from Alden & Harlow and Waypoint’s Michael Scelfo, this will...

Sheger Cafe and Ethiopian Restaurant (2376 Massachusetts Ave., North Cambridge): A small Ethiopian restaurant from a nearby salon owner. There will be around a dozen seats inside and a small patio outside. Projected opening: Unknown

20 College Ave., Davis Square, Somerville

    The Spring 2018 Restaurant Opening Guide: Cambridge and Somerville
    Over the river from Boston, Cambridge and Somerville had a bit of a slow winter in terms of restaurant openings; there were a few highlights, from ceviche in Union Square to delivery-only fried chicken sandwiches coming out of Inman Square, but there weren't very many openings overall. Spring might be another story, however.
    https://boston.eater.com

Apr 02

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Apr 01

Happy #Easter from #CentralSQ! We’re looking ...

Happy #Easter from #CentralSQ! We’re looking forward to blue skies & fresh blooms around the neighborhood as the weather starts to feel a bit more like spring ☀️ 📷: @lioshenkawaco on Instagram


Mar 29

Central Square Business Association added 9 n...

As #WomensHistoryMonth comes to a close, it’s time for a #CSBAspotlight on On The Rise (OTR)! OTR is a team of 13 staff members (and volunteers & interns) that help provide homeless and formerly homeless women with the tools and services they need to succeed. Get an inside look at the organization below! “OTR was founded in the mid 1990s by a recent Harvard University graduate who worked at the student-run shelter and realized there is a whole community of people who were falling through the cracks of social services. At the time, many services for the homeless claiming to be inclusive would screen women out because of issues like substance abuse & addiction, mental health issues, domestic violence situations, etc. and require people to prove readiness for services. The basis for OTR was to create a very low threshold for entry and not have a timeline-centered program of how long people have before they should be ‘cured.’ These issues that took a lifetime to develop are not going to disappear overnight — sometimes a 90-day program isn’t enough. Our house, the Safe Haven, really becomes home for the women who come here. They can use our address as their permanent mailing address, relax and watch TV, check email, do laundry, take a shower, enjoy meals, and so much more. With a holistic approach, we aim to let these women become comfortable, form relationships with the staff, and lead us to understanding their needs and allowing us to help them access the services they need. They are the experts in what they need and we’re creating an environment where their initiative can flourish. Our programs have a huge emphasis on building relationships and trust. Some of the main issues associated with homelessness include substance abuse, medical and mental health, and legal issues. In dealing with these issues, many of the women have had experiences that lead them to not trust people, specifically in the social services, healthcare, and legal systems. We work with them to provide and connect them to the services they can trust. A big initiative of ours is the Keep the Keys program — emphasizing the importance of continued services after women have found housing. There are many opportunities that just aren’t an option when you’re homeless (e.g. jobs, healthcare, getting an education) because it’s just too difficult or chaotic. Those opportunities tend to open up for the first time in many years once a woman has secured housing. We’re invested in these relationships long-term and want to be a part of that journey and ensure their continued success.” — Martha Sandler, Benny Wheat, Charyti Reiter, & Delphene Mooney of On The Rise On The Rise would like to send a special thank you to their local partners, volunteers, and interns for all the work they do to keep the organization running! For more information about the organization, visit ontherise.org!


Mar 27

On sunny days, #CentralSQ comes back to life ...

On sunny days, #CentralSQ comes back to life ☀️ #CitizensOfCentralSQ 📷: @wise_photography ft. @maddieoakley on Instagram


Mar 27

A Cafe and Juice Bar Will Open Across From a Popular Cambridge Beer Bar

Greater Boston’s enduring juice wave continues to prove its strength, this time in Cambridge. Gypsy Café and Juice Bar is headed for 90 Hampshire St., southeast of Inman Square and across the street from the popular beer bar Lord Hobo.

    A Cafe and Juice Bar Will Open Across From a Popular Cambridge Beer Bar
    Greater Boston's enduring juice wave continues to prove its strength, this time in Cambridge. Gypsy Café and Juice Bar is headed for 90 Hampshire St., southeast of Inman Square and across the street from the popular beer bar Lord Hobo.
    https://boston.eater.com

Mar 25

Central Square Business Association added 4 n...

Who’s ready for the return of the #CentralFlea!? Vendor applications are now open for the 2018 season: newenglandopenmarkets.com/central-flea


Mar 23

Support #CentralSQ's women this #WomensHistor...

Support #CentralSQ's women this #WomensHistoryMonth! On The Rise is hosting their 5th Annual Empty Bowls Project fundraiser at Puritan & Company tomorrow. For $38, you can select and take home your own handmade bowl from local potters and enjoy tasty soups donated by over 10 local restaurants! Limited tickets are still available for the 1:30pm seating: http://bit.ly/2DNYCZq

    The Fifth Annual Empty Bowls Project to support On The Rise
    Feed the belly, warm the soul. For $38, you select and take home your own handmade bowl donated by local potters from Feet of Clay Studio, MIT SAA, and Indigo Fire Studio and enjoy tasty soups donated by local restaurants such as: 1369 Coffeehouse, Trina's Starlight Lounge, The Druid, City Girl Cafe, Nashoba Brook Bakery, Puritan and Company, The Automatic, Lord Hobo, Atwood's Tavern, Loyal Nine, Highland Fried, Classic Graphx and more!
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Mar 22

A #TBT with exciting news: The “Marksons” sig...

A #TBT with exciting news: The “Marksons” sign in this photo, which would later become the Blockbuster sign, is getting a makeover! Each year, the City of Cambridge Community Development Department (Official) invites small businesses & groups to propose projects that will enhance their business districts. We’re proud to announce that the CSBA has been selected as a 2018 winner and will be renovating the sign to better reflect our vibrant Cultural District! Learn more about the Small Business Challenge program: http://bit.ly/2DIwwyD 📷: Cambridge Historical Commission


Mar 20

Café du Pays Celebrates Sugaring Season With a Maple Bonanza

Maple sugaring season has arrived, and Café du Pays (233 Cardinal Medeiros Ave., Kendall Square, Cambridge) is celebrating with a special sugar shack menu, available today, March 20...

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...of Zambrero, an Australian burrito-chain-with-a-mission: one in Cambridge’s Harvard Square (71 Mount Auburn St.) and one in Warwick, Rhode Island (1000 Bald Hill Rd.). Each is serving 1,000...

With the closure of Inman Square institution Ryles Jazz Club (212 Hampshire St., Cambridge) looming, sadness has turned to anger for some fans due to a deed restriction...

    Café du Pays Celebrates Sugaring Season With a Maple Bonanza
    Welcome back to Sugar Shack, Baby, Sugar Shack , a round-up of mini news bites to kick off the day. Free Ice Cream Maple sugaring season has arrived, and Café du Pays (233 Cardinal Medeiros Ave., Kendall Square, Cambridge) is celebrating with a special sugar shack menu, available today, March 20, through April 8.
    https://boston.eater.com

Mar 20

Happy #FirstDayOfSpring! Whether you're bring...

Happy #FirstDayOfSpring! Whether you're bringing home a bouquet for yourself or ordering an arrangement to thank your #Easter host next weekend, fresh blooms from Central Square Florist make every day a little brighter. 🌷💐


Mar 18

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Mar 17

The only proper way to celebrate #StPatricksD...

The only proper way to celebrate #StPatricksDay in #CentralSQ — enjoying a Guinness paired with traditional Irish food & music at The Phoenix Landing, of course. Cheers! 🍺🍀


Mar 15

Central Square Business Association added 7 n...

It’s time for the latest #CSBAspotlight — Teddy Shoes, Inc.! This #CentralSQ staple has been a part of our community since 1957 and has evolved with the neighborhood. “When my father (Theodore) started the business, his parents owned this building — so we’ve always been located in this exact spot. I was finishing up at the University of Miami and when my father called and offered me the opportunity to take over his business. I started with him in August of 1978 and I’ve been here ever since. He told me ‘customers can buy shoes anywhere, but if you treat them well they’re always going to come back.’ We aim to really take care of our clients and make sure that everyone leaves satisfied. When we opened, the store specialized in cancellations and factory seconds. At one point there were 16 shoe stores on the block, but Teddy Shoes is the last one standing. We’ve really evolved to be a dance supply store — it’s nearly 90% of my business. We cover everything from ballet to flamenco and carry all of the necessary shoes and garments. We do have family footwear, ladies shoes, oversize, hosiery, and lingerie as well. In 1993, the only two Capezio dance stores in the Boston area closed at the same time. My customers asked me to try to get the line, so I decided to make an investment. From there we began selling more & more dance brands and formed great relationships with companies like the Boston Ballet, José Mateo Ballet Theatre, and so many other local studios. We carry specific items that they require their dancers wear and even list each school’s dress code on our website. I’ve been a member of the CSBA for a long, long time and am proud to still support the organization. I can’t stress enough the importance of small business. We work with our customers to give them the best quality of products and service possible — and see countless return customers due to their satisfaction. If customers don’t give small businesses the opportunity to earn their business, it’s going to be really hard for them to stick around.” — Steven Adelson, Owner of Teddy Shoes


Mar 13

Celebrate #NationalWomensHistoryMonth with th...

Celebrate #NationalWomensHistoryMonth with the No Makeup Series in #CentralSQ this Thursday! CSBA member YWCA Cambridge is hosting an exhibition by Steve Osemwenkhae showcasing the natural beauty of women through photographs and stories. Thursday 3/15 • 6pm • RSVP: No Makeup Series by Steve Osemwenkhae

    Central Square Business Association
    Celebrate #NationalWomensHistoryMonth with the No Makeup Series in #CentralSQ this Thursday! CSBA member YWCA Cambridge is hosting an exhibition by Steve Osemwenkhae showcasing the natural beauty of...
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Mar 13

Extreme Weather group bringing in DPW March 15 to discuss flooding preparedness

...info session from 7 to 9 p.m. March 15 at the Community Art Center, 119 Windsor St., in The Port neighborhood...

    Extreme Weather group bringing in DPW March 15 to discuss flooding preparedness
    From Communities Responding to Extreme Weather, on March 8, 2018: Because recent flooding has shown that extreme weather events are a concern locally, Communities Responding to Extreme Weather is holding its first climate preparedness info session from 7 to 9 p.m. March 15 at the Community Art Center, 119 Windsor St., in The Port neighborhood.
    http://www.cambridgeday.com

Mar 11

Even our T stops have character. #CentralSQ ...

Even our T stops have character. #CentralSQ 📷: @harmonywitte on Instagram


Mar 08

This #InternationalWomensDay, we celebrate al...

This #InternationalWomensDay, we celebrate all the wonderful women in #CentralSQ, but especially On The Rise — a day program that serves women in need. #CSBAspotlight


Mar 06

“Inside, things feel tropical. The place is a...

“Inside, things feel tropical. The place is all aqua accents, cool tile, and repurposed wood, green fronds unfurling from planters… There are people here of all ages, colors, and backgrounds. For this, as well as for the food, La Fábrica Central stands out.” — Devra First for The Boston Globe #CSBAspotlight

    What She's Having: Taking in the food, fun, and culture at La Fabrica Central - The Boston Globe
    How many ironic beards can you count in Central Square? How high can you count? In the neighborhood restaurants and bars, it sometimes feels like a convention of ZZ Top-loving lumberjacks has landed. Attack of the hipsters! I would watch that zombie movie. On a wintry night, walking down Mass.
    https://www.bostonglobe.com

Mar 05

February 2018 in Review, From Fried Chicken to Champagne Vending Machines

When Pigs Fly (241 Elm St., Davis Square, Somerville): The Somerville outpost for this bread company moved to a larger space on the other side of the square, right by McKinnon’s.

Brew on the Grid (93 Windsor St., Cambridge): This was the second location of a Worcester-based coffee shop that has several more locations planned for the North Shore and Central Massachusetts. The group plans to put one of its other concepts, Stix Noodle Bar, in the Cambridge space.

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Anna’s Taqueria (800 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): Finally, the local burrito chain has opened its long-awaited Prudential Center location, serving up its usual menu of tacos and more.

Apm Coffee (99 Kneeland St., Chinatown, Boston): Located in the One Greenway apartment building, this coffee shop serves Intelligentsia coffee and swooped in shortly after Beantowne Coffee closed its shop at this address.

Bootleg Special (400 Tremont St., South End, Boston): Put on a bib and gloves to eat a spicy seafood boil in this fun new South End addition.

Caffe Nero (1375 Boylston St., Fenway, Boston): This European cafe chain continues its Boston takeover with a Fenway location.

Craft Table & Bar (107 Porter St., East Boston): Located in the former Ecco space, this restaurant comes from a group that is opening several different restaurants around the Worcester area and beyond (including a Worcester location of Craft Table & Bar).

Exodus Bagels (3346 Washington St., Jamaica Plain, Boston): This farmers market staple has opened a permanent storefront in the former Canto 6 space. Exodus’ long-promised Roslindale space is still in the works; meanwhile, it serves as the company’s commissary.

Gen Sou En (299 Harvard St., Brookline): At this beautifully designed Coolidge Corner space, there is matcha, Japanese pastries, soft serve, bento box-style lunches, and lots more.

My Diner (455 E 1st St.): After more than a decade on A Street, My Diner had to leave Southie due to development and opened a location in Melrose. Now, Melrose remains open, and My Diner has a second location back in Southie, this time on First Street.

Xiang Yu China Bistro (1223 Beacon St., Brookline): This Chinese restaurant replaced Takusan Sushi. It’s open already, but it’ll host a grand opening celebration in mid-March.

Agoro’s Pizza Bar & Grill (356 Chestnut Hill Ave., Brighton, Boston): This Cleveland Circle pizzeria and bar was not a great fit for the...

    February 2018 in Review, From Fried Chicken to Champagne Vending Machines
    2018 is getting into the swing of things, with a number of exciting new restaurants popping up in February, from a Southern spot in the South End to a Japanese tea house in Brookline. A couple of delivery-only "ghost restaurants" also opened in February.
    https://boston.eater.com

Mar 03

If you’re going to cheat on your diet, do it ...

If you’re going to cheat on your diet, do it right. Have you been to Roxy's Grilled Cheese in #CentralSQ yet? #CSBAspotlight 📷: @vivian_foodie on Instagram


Mar 02

30-foot fireball rises over Wenham when downed wire ignites gas line

Police and fire crews responded to the area of 45 Cherry Street for a reported fire. Upon arrival, officials say crews found a plume of fire rising from the street.

    30-foot fireball rises over Wenham when downed wire ignites gas line
    WENHAM, MA (WHDH) - A 30-foot fireball could be seen over Wenham Friday afternoon when a downed wire ignited a gas line. Police and fire crews responded to the area of 45 Cherry Street for a reported fire. Upon arrival, officials say crews found a plume of fire rising from the street.
    http://whdh.com

Mar 02

Brew on the Grid in Cambridge Has Closed; Stix Noodle Bar to Replace It

The address for the now-closed Brew on the Grid (and upcoming Stix Noodle Bar) is 93 Windsor Street, Cambridge, MA, 02139. The website for the Worcester location can be found at https://www.stixnoodlebar.com/

    Boston Restaurant Talk
    A Cambridge coffee shop with roots in Worcester has shut down after only a brief time in business, but the group behind it will be opening another spot within its space.
    http://bostonrestaurants.blogspot.com

Mar 01

Day and night, #GraffitiAlley shines bright. ...

Day and night, #GraffitiAlley shines bright. #CentralSQ 📷: @sjnoyes on Instagram


Feb 27

BostInno Approved: March’s Top Tech & Startup Events in Boston

...10. This event is at 6 p.m. at the Draper Laboratory Hill Building at 1 Hampshire St. Pizza will be provided...

...at 6:30 p.m. at the Broad Institute in the Monadnock Room, located at 415 Main St. in Cambridge...

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...that information. This event takes place at the Harvard Innovation Lab, which is located at 125 Western Ave. in Allston. This event is free of charge and begins at 4:30 p.m...

...8:30 p.m. at the Martin Trust Center for Entrepreneurship, which is located at 1 Amherst St. in Cambridge...

...at 6 p.m., and is located at the First Republic Bank, which is at 160 Federal St.

...at 8:30 a.m. and takes place at Workable HQ, which is located at 33 Farnsworth St. on the fourth floor...

The Startup Coalition’s Pitch Panel: This free panel will provide information on what investors are really looking for in a funding pitch. This event starts at 6 p.m. at the WeWork located at 745 Atlantic Ave. More details and registration can be found on the event’s page.

...at 6 p.m. and takes place at Game On Fenway, which is located at 82 Lansdowne St. Tickets for this event are $25 each or $200 for a bundle of 10...

...be there can be found on the event’s website. This event takes place at 175 Forest St., Lacava 305 in Waltham. Tickets for MassTLC members are $179 and nonmember tickets are $349...

...Networking Event: This networking event takes place at Trattoria Il Pannino, which is located at 280 Hanover St. This gathering is open to any women who are small business owners, entrepreneurs, work at...

Mass Innovation Nights 108: This event will showcase 12 products created by students, staff and alum at Brandeis University. Attendees will be able to vote on their four favorite products at this free event. This showcase runs from 6 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., and takes place at 415 South St. in Waltham.

...found on the event’s page. This event is located at the Harborside Salon at 60 State St.

...m. – 8:30 p.m. at the WeWork in Fort Point, which is located at 51 Melcher St.

Startup Institute Open Doors 2.0: Startup Institute and Hack Diversity have teamed up to plan this free night of networking and thoughtful discussion about diversity in the workplace. This event starts at 6 p.m., and is located at WeWork at 625 Massachusetts Ave.

...at 10 a.m. Tickets for the event are $25, and it takes place at 401 Park Dr.

...place at 8:30 a.m. at Nutter, McLean, and Fish, which is located at 155 Seaport Blvd.

...business’s research team there. This free event takes place at the WeWork located at 200 Portland St. from 5 p.m. – 8:30 p.m...

...The event runs from 5:30 p.m. – 6 p.m., and takes place at 550 Huntington Ave. on the second floor...

The Future of Mobility: MassChallenge and Zipcar are hosting a showcase of the latest tech from 15 Boston-based startups working to improve transportation. This free event takes place at 5:30 p.m. at the MassChallenge headquarters located at 21 Drydock Ave.

FuckUp night at ImpactHub Boston: This comedic event is to allow three to four different entrepreneurs to share their stories of devastating business failure. Tickets to this event are $10. The event starts 6:30 p.m. at ImpactHub, which is located at 50 Milk St. on the 15th floor.

...m. – 5 p.m. and takes place at the Broad Institute, which is located at 320 Charles St. in Cambridge. Tickets are $450 for students and $600 for professionals...

...at 6 p.m. at the Harvard Club of Boston, which can be found at 374 Commonwealth Ave.

    BostInno Approved: March's Top Tech & Startup Events in Boston
    The ground is beginning to thaw and the Red Sox are down in Florida, which means it must be March. While it is still pretty chilly outside and spring fever begins to takeover inside, here are some great events to pass the time.
    https://www.americaninno.com

Feb 26

A Short-Lived Cambridge Cafe Will Become a Ramen Bar

Brew on the Grid closed in Cambridge this month after only six months in the longtime Newtowne Variety space near MIT (93 Windsor St., Cambridge), but it will be replaced by a ramen-focused restaurant, Stix Noodle Bar, from the same company.

    A Short-Lived Cambridge Cafe Will Become a Ramen Bar
    Brew on the Grid closed in Cambridge this month after only six months in the longtime Newtowne Variety space near MIT (93 Windsor St., Cambridge), but it will be replaced by a ramen-focused restaurant, Stix Noodle Bar, from the same company.
    https://boston.eater.com

Feb 26

A little #MondayMotivation from WeWork 💭 #CSB...

A little #MondayMotivation from WeWork 💭 #CSBAspotlight 📷: @anintrovertsadventures on Instagram


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