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Rondo’s Growing Maturity Key to Continued Success for Celtics

Filed in Sports by on June 4, 2012 0 Comments
Rondo’s Growing Maturity Key to Continued Success for Celtics

I have long been surprised at the love hate relationship some of the fans have with Rajon Rondo.  He is obviously one of the most phenomenal players the Boston Celtics have ever seen but his accomplishments sometimes are lost in the shadow of the famous Big 3. Of course no one can deny the contributions […]

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Boston City Hall ScooperBowl 2012 – Benefits the Jimmy Fund

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Boston City Hall ScooperBowl 2012 – Benefits the Jimmy Fund

The 30th annual Jimmy Fund Scooper Bowl starts tomorrow at noon at Boston’s City Hall Plaza.  Though the weather is not going to be the best it should not stop you from participating in this “ice cream party” which benefits the Jimmy Fund.  Tickets are available at the event $5 for kids under 10 and […]

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Boston’s Inspirational Women – Inspiring Moms Everywhere

Filed in Featured, Local News, Things To Do by on May 11, 2012 0 Comments
Boston’s Inspirational Women – Inspiring Moms Everywhere

Does your Mom love Boston?  The photography team of Bill and Kerry Brett released a beautiful black and white photography book titled Boston, Inspirational Women.  It includes 125 photos of not just celebrities like Maria Menounos and politicians but also women who stand out for what they are doing in the community.  This was highlighted […]

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Chris Evans – Boston’s Own SuperHero

Chris Evans – Boston’s Own SuperHero

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock you odds are you know that the greatly anticipated movie The Avengers is opening this weekend.  You may not know that Captain America was actually born in Boston and raised in the western suburb of Sudbury, Massachusetts.  I have to admit I did not realize this until recently […]

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Ted Williams Fenway Park Auction – Red Sox History for Sale

Filed in Sports, Things To Do by on April 25, 2012 0 Comments
Ted Williams Fenway Park Auction – Red Sox History for Sale

Ted Williams daughter Claudia is auctioning off something close to 800 items from her father’s collection at Fenway Park on Saturday.  Anyone who is a Red Sox fan or even a baseball fan can’t help but be amazed at Ted Williams’ career so I am sure there will be many interested parties. I have to […]

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Tedy Bruschi and the Boston Marathon Stressing CPR Skills

Tedy Bruschi and the Boston Marathon Stressing CPR Skills

The Boston Marathon is one of Boston’s premier sports events.  Not only is it great for the runners but it draws impressive tourist and spectator crowds.  This year due to recent  visibility about the benefits of quick hands only CPR in the event of a cardiac arrest CPR demonstrations will be offered to runners, spectators […]

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Boston’s Donnie Wahlberg- Standing the Test of Time

Filed in Arts & Entertainment, Business, Featured by on March 1, 2012 0 Comments
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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Gimme Shelter — Going Green for the Homeless

Filed in Featured, Lifestyle by on February 27, 2012 0 Comments
Gimme Shelter — Going Green for the Homeless

I’ve always been an advocate of green building, but a month ago I’d have scoffed at the notion of spending big money to retrofit or build a new homeless shelter to the same standards one might use in their own house or office building. Then came my epiphany, and the realization that Boston is already […]

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In Tom Brady We Trust – Patriots Should Win

Filed in Sports by on January 20, 2012 0 Comments
In Tom Brady We Trust – Patriots Should Win

If you have doubts about this weekend’s game against Baltimore it is more than understandable.  Though we are the City of the Champions the older ones in the crowd know the “agony of defeat”.  All that aside though Patriots fans should feel confident this year. The picture taken to the left was at Patriots training […]

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2011 Boston Tree Lightings

Filed in Things To Do by on November 29, 2011 1 Comment
2011 Boston Tree Lightings

Sadly we missed out on our annual viewing of the Faneuil Hall Tree lighting ceremonies on the 20th.  Each year attending a tree lighting ceremony is a great way to get the Christmas and Holiday Season off to a memorable start.  No Black Friday shopping does not count. This Thursday Joey McIntyre of New Kids […]

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