By Jen Hirsch The sounds of rain and bells and the smell of incense and moxa float through the air as Athena Desai palpates the wrist of a patient lying on the table in her small Cambridge office on Arrow Street. She pushes and then is still and pushes again, looking for a change in […]
Local, independent business is alive and well in Harvard Square. So why do we keep reading its obituary?
Deemed “The Case of the Mystery Cover Girl,” Scout’s January/February edition featured a photo from the “(Un)Changing Face of Harvard Square” feature story. Unfortunately, the photo description was left out of the final version of the Table of Contents in error. We sincerely apologize for the error and thank our dedicated readers for informing us. […]
London-born, Cambridge-raised hip hop artist, MC Kabir, describes his music as “a never ending journey of personal observation in song form with rhythm.” His art is inspiring not just from a musical standpoint, but from a literary one as well. Perhaps that’s why his most recent album, “Olympic Gold,” currently ranks No. 4 on the […]
By George LeVines Circus: technicolor tents with cotton candy abound. Impatiently pacing big cats and the high flying trapeze. Injury prone clowns running circles to a blaring recording of Entry of the Gladiators. And that sweet waft of dung-soaked hay cooking in the summer heat. Right? For the local Solstice Circus, not exactly. Big things, […]