The Plough and Stars
The Plough and Stars is a bar and music venue in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It was founded in 1969 by brothers Padraig and Peter O'Malley, named after the play by Seán O'Casey. The Boston Globe and Boston Phoenix have noted its disproportionate cultural influence for its size, with a number of noted musicians, writers, and politicians frequenting the bar over the years.
- Jarrett Barrios, politician and former employee
- Mickey Bones, musician
- Dana Colley, musician
- Lawrence Ferlinghetti, poet, activist, and co-founder of City Lights Booksellers & Publishers 
- J. Geils Band members
- Seamus Heaney, poet
- DeWitt Henry, author and founder of Ploughshares
- John Hume, politician
- David Mamet, writer and director
- Paul H. Patterson, scientist
- Bonnie Raitt, musician
- Kenneth Reeves, politician
- Philip Roth, author
- Mark Sandman, musician
- Feijo, Sara (18 February 2015). "RESTAURANT Q&A: Cheers to 45 more years at Cambridge's Plough and Stars pub". Wicked Local.
- Perry, Jonathan (6 November 2009). "The pull of the Plough". Boston Globe.
- Wright, Chris (30 August 2001). "A brief history of the Plough & Stars". Boston Phoenix.
- "A brief history of the Plough & Stars (continued)". Boston Phoenix.
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