Reverend Larry Love Square
Massachusetts Avenue and Inman Street, Cambridge.
"Baby, Stop Your Crying," reads a plaque in the 1369 Coffeehouse in memory of Love, a Cambridge-born musician, roller-skating street person, self-appointed policeman, and periodically homeless man who was a fixture along this stretch of Mass. Ave. "He was a beautiful man with a huge ego," said Gerry Wolf, co-owner of the coffeehouse. Love's square is adjacent to the establishment where he sometimes stored his possessions. "He adopted us and we adopted him," said Wolf. "He would change clothes five times a day, and wore the most wild costumes - feather boas and boots laced up to his knees. He was a flirt with the ladies. This is the most colorful man any square was named after."