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Harvard Alumni in Wine and Food
On January 13, HAWF and the Office of Career Services co-host a day-long visit to New York with several food-and-wine stops along the way, including the 115th Street Greenmarket for an early-morning tour with Chef Michael Anthony of Gramercy Tavern; the offices of food52.com; lunch at the Cafe of Love food truck at Tavern on the Green; and Terroir wine bar, for a behind-the-scenes meeting with their general manager. The trip wraps up at the HAA’s Global Networking Night at the Harvard Club of New York. For details, contact Cathy Huyghe at [email protected] or 702-528-3717.
Join Harvardwood for Los Angeles’s first Harvard ROCKS concert on January 27--featuring great musical talent from the Harvard community. Visit www.harvardwood.org for ticket information.
And on the opposite coast, start the New Year in New York on a cheerful note at Harvardwood Presents: Laughter Times Three, featuring three of the city’s smartest, funniest stand-up comics, on January 26. Visit harvardwood.org for more details.
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