Natural World

A hidden-away oasis of vegetarianism

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ife Alive brings vegetarian cuisine to a new awe-inspiring, addicting level that feeds all your senses, in a natural oasis with a hippie vibe in the midst of densely built-up Central Square. Dishes composed of kale, broccoli, beets, short-grain brown rice, quinoa and cheese—prepared with Asian accents—will appeal to even the most adamant meat-eaters and vegetable-haters. There are indoor growing areas where some of this food is cultivated, soulful music, gluten-free options, smoothies, herbal teas, and smiling folks sharing yerba mate gourds.

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Cambridge City Hall was built not with city funds, but mostly thanks to money from Frederick Hastings Rindge, Cambridge-born heir to a textile fortune, who also paid for the public library and what is now Cambridge Rindge and Latin School.

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