Longleaf Lumber Gives Wood A Second Life The pieces of Douglas fir started their journey in west coast forests. Then, during World War II, they came to the South Shore as timber to build a shipyard in Hingham. But their journey didn’t end there: The building was torn down, and they passed into the hands […]Read More
Ever feel like your belongings are closing in on you in your high-rent, low-square-footage Cambridge home? If so, you’re in luck—a professional organizing studio is headed to 2255 Mass. Ave. Stasia Steele started The Little Details over six years ago because she loved the way that proper organization could make a person’s life simpler. Organization […]
The Harvard Square Business Association has submitted a policy order to the City Council that it says would increase foot traffic and help businesses in the square. The policy order explains that despite the vibrancy of Harvard Square, many businesses have found it impossible to stay in business—Fire + Ice, Schoenhof’s Foreign Books, wagamama, and […]
It sounds like a dream job, right? But hosting live music—even at your bar or restaurant—is kind of a tricky process. We caught up with the License Commission to find out exactly how you do it.