Politics

Remembering Boston’s Mayor Menino

Remembering Boston’s Mayor Menino

As we finally start absorbing the sad passing of the longest serving Mayor of Boston, Thomas M. Menino I thought it fitting to pull some videos from around the web regarding his passing and his life.  We have added it to a page that is accessible via the top menu (Remembering Menino Videos). It would […]

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Governor’s Race Massachusetts – 2014 Resources

Governor’s Race Massachusetts – 2014 Resources

The end of the 2014 Governor’s Race is around the corner and we thought everyone including me would benefit from a listing of where to find information about both Gubernatorial candidates.   The race is still too close to call and it is important that you not only go out and vote but also get as […]

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Things to Do

New Boston Resident Rick Riordan Presents at Boston Book Festival 2014

New Boston Resident Rick Riordan Presents at Boston Book Festival 2014

The Boston Book Festival is taking place this weekend in and around Copley Square.  Thankfully the weather looks like the rain will finally be gone.  We love this now annual event which has so many wonderful session over the course of 3 days(mostly on Saturday).  Our 2 favorites this year are Rick Riordan and Doris […]

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Salem – Not Just a Halloween Destination

Salem – Not Just a Halloween Destination

Though Halloween is what Salem is best known for, this historic city/town has much to offer tourists, staycationers and day trippers alike.  We have visited Salem back in the summer in the past and there is much to like about this coastal city.  The cobblestone/brick sidewalks and streets remind me a bit of Faneuil Hall […]

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Business

Conference for Women 2013 – Boston Convention Center

Conference for Women 2013 – Boston Convention Center

Whether you are thinking about career management, managing your small business or venturing out as an entrepreneur the Massachusetts Conference for Women 2013 is a great way to get you motivated as you enter the upcoming new year.  This is the 9th year of this conference that offers speakers and break out sessions for women […]

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Boston’s Donnie Wahlberg- Standing the Test of Time

Boston’s Donnie Wahlberg- Standing the Test of Time

If you were asked 20 years ago whether New Kids on the Block would still be performing or better yet whether Donnie Wahlberg was a solid working actor odds are you would have laughed.  Last night I was able to attend a function at Bentley University in Waltham where Donnie Wahlberg was asked to discuss […]

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Boston Sports

Tom Brady New England Patriot’s Iceman

Tom Brady New England Patriot’s Iceman

Watching the Brady-Manning match up yesterday I had to post something about the quarterback that has made watching football here in New England so exciting and entertaining.  Though Brady was of course not the only person playing yesterday(yes Edelman and Gronkowski more than their fair share) he was as impressive as ever. There is no […]

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Filed in Sports by on November 3, 2014 0 Comments
Weekend for Book Lovers and Rowing Fans in Boston(Oh and Red Sox Too)

Weekend for Book Lovers and Rowing Fans in Boston(Oh and Red Sox Too)

The now annual Boston Book Festival has already started (October 17th to 19th) and tomorrow you will be able not only to attend some of their events but also venture over to the Charles River to experience some of the Head of the Charles Regatta fun.  It’s great to have your choice of events in […]

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Filed in Local Events, Sports, Things To Do, Tourism by on October 18, 2013 0 Comments

Tourism

Weekend for Book Lovers and Rowing Fans in Boston(Oh and Red Sox Too)

Weekend for Book Lovers and Rowing Fans in Boston(Oh and Red Sox Too)

The now annual Boston Book Festival has already started (October 17th to 19th) and tomorrow you will be able not only to attend some of their events but also venture over to the Charles River to experience some of the Head of the Charles Regatta fun.  It’s great to have your choice of events in […]

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Filed in Local Events, Sports, Things To Do, Tourism by on October 18, 2013 0 Comments
Spotlight on Copley Square and the Pru

Spotlight on Copley Square and the Pru

Lately we have written a lot about the growing waterfront and that renewed Faneuil Hall marketplace area but the truth is Boston has quite a few “hubs” of entertainment and shopping areas.  I grew up in the South End of Boston and one of my favorite things was to walk up Dartmouth St to Copley […]

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Filed in Featured, Featured Video, Things To Do, Tourism by on December 6, 2012 0 Comments

Featured Videos

Donate to OneFundBoston – Remember the Victims

Donate to OneFundBoston – Remember the Victims

As Boylston Street reopens and all of us attempt to move on with our lives let’s not forget the victims of the Boston Marathon Bombing and the events that followed.  Your best bet is to donate to the city’s OneFundBoston.org non-profit.  The below video is both inspirational and sad, going forward let us focus on […]

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Spotlight on Copley Square and the Pru

Spotlight on Copley Square and the Pru

Lately we have written a lot about the growing waterfront and that renewed Faneuil Hall marketplace area but the truth is Boston has quite a few “hubs” of entertainment and shopping areas.  I grew up in the South End of Boston and one of my favorite things was to walk up Dartmouth St to Copley […]

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Other Recent Posts

Tom Brady New England Patriot’s Iceman

Filed in Sports by on November 3, 2014 0 Comments
Tom Brady New England Patriot’s Iceman

Watching the Brady-Manning match up yesterday I had to post something about the quarterback that has made watching football here in New England so exciting and entertaining.  Though Brady was of course not the only person playing yesterday(yes Edelman and Gronkowski more than their fair share) he was as impressive as ever. There is no […]

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Remembering Boston’s Mayor Menino

Filed in Local News, Politics by on November 3, 2014 0 Comments
Remembering Boston’s Mayor Menino

As we finally start absorbing the sad passing of the longest serving Mayor of Boston, Thomas M. Menino I thought it fitting to pull some videos from around the web regarding his passing and his life.  We have added it to a page that is accessible via the top menu (Remembering Menino Videos). It would […]

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New Boston Resident Rick Riordan Presents at Boston Book Festival 2014

New Boston Resident Rick Riordan Presents at Boston Book Festival 2014

The Boston Book Festival is taking place this weekend in and around Copley Square.  Thankfully the weather looks like the rain will finally be gone.  We love this now annual event which has so many wonderful session over the course of 3 days(mostly on Saturday).  Our 2 favorites this year are Rick Riordan and Doris […]

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