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Night Market Brings Asian Style Street Food to Harvard Square
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Lunch Dates with Kate: The Tip Tap Room Co-Owner Brian Poe
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Beer and fine dining – the two just don’t seem to tango. That hasn’t been the case in Boston until chef and co-owner Brian Poe came along to create a culinary craze at The Tip Tap Room. If craft beer and classy new American cuisine were adopted, Brian would be the proud Daddy. We got the chance to sit down with the man behind the menu to hear his side of the story, and of course knock back a couple of cold ones. More

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Support your neighborhood, shop local this holiday season
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As a city, we constantly talk about community investment and what we as individuals can do to support one another day-to-day. During holidays, we have an opportunity to catalyze our communities and our relationships by way of “purchasing power.” We can further invest in our neighborhoods by making conscious decisions about where we shop and who we develop new/old relationships with in that process. Local businesses economically revitalize our community and the people who run these Main Street shops and restaurants are both neighborhood residents and community partners. Their economic success hinges on our shopping habits and a large portion our community’s development hinges on a thriving local business landscape. More