Scout Cambridge September/October

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which features local brews, and ballroom dancing under the stars. BEST CLOTHING STORE


1776 MASS. AVE. For bohemian-chic garments, fun party frocks, flowing scarves, plush accessories, sleek skirts for work, soft t-shirts for play and so much more, Susanna is a gem of a boutique, a treasure chest of sartorial delights for styling women of all ages.



538 MASS. AVE.


CHEAPO RECORDS From the common to the obscure, Cheapo Records has your back. The store has been slinging records in Central Square since 1954. Their extensive catalog features an array of media vessels—vinyl, cassette, CDs, DVDs and more. Hardcore punk? Check. Golden oldies? Check. Whatever you’re looking for, Cheapo’s expert staff, including owner Allen, are here to help.


“We love elections of all kinds!” jokes danger!awesome founder (and City Councilor) Nadeem Mazen. His small, collaborative makerspace has been impressing Cantabrigians for years with 3D printing and laser cutting. If you have a design, they can help you put it on something, whether it’s a pint glass or a paperweight. Their connection to the community is intimate. From weddings to baby showers to graduations, people welcome danger!awesome into their lives in a special way, says Managing Director Atma Khalsa. There’s lots to look forward to for this team: new classes, a new retail space and new machines to make the items in your life special. September | October 2015


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