Harvard Square, Then and Now
In its 375th anniversary issue, a piece in Harvard Magazine's Regional section explores how Harvard Square has changed over the last quarter century—the focus of this video. Watch and listen to the owner of Cardullo's (a gourmet food shop), the Hong Kong (a Chinese restaurant and dance/comedy club), and Grendel's Den (a bar/eatery) describe the changes that have unfolded in front of their eyes since 1986.
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