This metaphysical supply store is the go-to place for new age books, crystals and mineral specimens, ethnic jewelry and handicrafts, incense, candles, essential oils and the like. When you’re walking down Harvard Avenue on a warm summer day, you will smell the incense wafting out from their doorway.
A cat named Lovebomb and an African gray parrot named Logos live here, coexisting in peaceful harmony.
View of storefront from street:
Lovebomb the kitty kat:
Logos the parrot:
A look inside – carved statues, jewelry and other merchandise:
Mineral specimens, sea shells, wood and semiprecious stone bracelets on display:
Ritual Arts stocks a wide range of incense products, including hand-dipped sticks by Wildberry (choose your own from a selection of about 50 different fragrances), Satya Sughananda (makers of the Nag Champa in the iconic blue box) Indian masala temple incense, resin and charcoal, as well as scented candles and essential oils:
Located at 153 Harvard Avenue, between Comm Ave and Brighton Avenue in Allston.
Hey, Tracy! It’s your lucky day! At Central Square Florist on Mass Ave in Cambridge.
Location: In front of Great Scott on the corner of Comm Ave and Harvard Avenue in Allston.
“Boston cobblestones, floating on water in the shape of a pyramid” sculpture by Don Eyles.
A close-up view:
A placard on the bridge explains the ins and outs of financing this public art project, title PYR 2014 #PYR2014:
This poster started popping up on telephone poles all over Allston during April of 2016. A long-winded rant about how the MBTA has disrespected Mr. Spaghetti, among other things.
Edited on May 1st to add: Mr. Spaghetti Shirts at Big Cartel