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Showcase Laundromat
715 Somerville Ave, Somerville, MA 02143
Conveniently close to Porter Square and open long hours, this laundromat features comforter cleaning (eitherMore washing or dry cleaning) in addition to the washing machines and dryers. Should you dose off while waiting for your laundry to be done, there is a Starbucks coffee shop just a couple of doors down.  Free parking lot is available to customers.
Lisa's Nails
147 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143
Not many nail salons are open seven days a week, but at this shop you can get your mani-pedi fix any day you'd like. TheMore salon offers reasonable prices and fast, friendly service in a clean and comfortable atmosphere.  It's close enough to Davis Square that parking is not difficult.
Somerville Wine & Spirits
235 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143
This was a neighborhood favorite for many years before it closed its doors in-between owners. Now re-opened and underMore new management, the store is small but well stocked, with both major-market beers and the more popular microbrews, ample liquor and a surprisingly varied selection of wines.
Cohen Auditorium at Tufts University
40 Talbot Ave, Medford, MA 02155
This hulking auditorium is on Tufts Campus within the Aidekman Arts Center. Cohen is the go-to venue for large freshmanMore courses like economics and introduction to astronomy. It is also a favored performance hall for Tufts' dance crews, outside musicians like Billy Joel and comedians like The Office's B.J. Novak.  The space is generally open during normal office hours but can be closed during classes.  Contact the office for scheduling and rental availability. 
Somerville Traffic and Parking Office
133 Holland St, Somerville, MA 02144
After enough time parking on the infuriatingly confusing streets of Somerville you will no doubt find yourself at thisMore Traffic and Parking Office. Here you can apply for parking passes, get those bright orange emergency parking sandwich boards which make moving much easier or contest a ticket. Inside expect a post office like situation of a long, slow moving line bunched up before several closed walk-up booths and one open window. Allow more than just a few minutes if you find yourself planning for a morning at the Traffic and Parking Office.