- CAPE COD
- MARTHA’S VINEYARD
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.
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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