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Finding Fall Foliage on the Emerald Necklace

Filed in Lifestyle, Local Events, Things To Do by on November 6, 2009 0 Comments
Finding Fall Foliage on the Emerald Necklace

Autumn is, unfortunately, the most fickle season. For a few fleeting weeks, the air is crisp and the leaves burn gold and crimson. Suddenly though, the nights grow cold and the trees turn barren, their lanky limbs gradually exposed. While it’s been a beautiful autumn, the increasingly bleak branches indicate that this season is all […]

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A Labor of Love: Rennes-le-Chateau Handbags

Filed in Featured, Lifestyle by on October 30, 2009 2 Comments
A Labor of Love: Rennes-le-Chateau Handbags

Starting your own business is no simple task. And when you’re a twenty-something fresh out of college in the midst of a recession, the odds are inevitably stacked against you. Contrary to the advice of her friends and parents, Connecticut native Julia Okun chose to bypass the typical post-graduate cubicle life to start her own […]

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New Search Engine Goby Says Enjoy Your Free Time

New Search Engine Goby Says Enjoy Your Free Time

With most of your waking hours spent slaving away at work, it seems like a rare occasion when you actually get to spend daylight hours planning your free time. Luckily, a new Boston company has taken the reigns to help you enjoy your time off.  It’s pretty tough to find someone unfamiliar with mega-search engine […]

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Where Have All The Abortions Gone? The Decline Of Abortion Providers In Massachusetts

Where Have All The Abortions Gone? The Decline Of Abortion Providers In Massachusetts

A national anti-abortion campaign has declared October 9th National Pro-Life Cupcake Day. Called Cupcakes For Life , the organization is spreading their pro-life message by encouraging supporters to hand out 50,000,000 cupcakes across the country to represent the “50,000,000 children who weren’t allowed to be born” because of abortion. Sadly, this event happens to coincide with […]

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Grow A ‘Mo In The Name Of Cancer Research

Filed in Health & Fitness, Lifestyle by on October 3, 2009 1 Comment
Grow A ‘Mo In The Name Of Cancer Research

When it comes to facial hair, younger generations of men seem to avoid moustaches like the plague. Reserved for fathers, cops, and 1970’s porn stars, it’s safe to say that they aren’t the most popular form of facial hair.  But as November creeps around the corner, an international charity is daring men to embrace their […]

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The 8th Annual Boston Tattoo Convention

The 8th Annual Boston Tattoo Convention

Whether you’re inked yourself, looking for some derma deco, or just admire the body art of others, the 8th Annual Boston Tattoo Convention is a spectacle you simply do not want to miss out on. Taking place October 2nd, 3rd and 4th at the Boston Center for the Arts, this year’s convention promises more than […]

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Make The Promise To Save The Women In Your Life

Make The Promise To Save The Women In Your Life

One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime. That means the odds are that a woman you know could be a victim of the second most frequent cause of death among their gender. But as revolutions in cancer research continue to progress, a breast cancer diagnosis is no longer a […]

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Boston Bike Riders Hope To Legalize Riding In Franklin Park

Filed in Health & Fitness, Lifestyle, Local News, Sports by on September 9, 2009 0 Comments
Boston Bike Riders Hope To Legalize Riding In Franklin Park

Boston-area bike riders will gather today to prepare a formal request to legalize biking in Franklin Park. While the ban on bikes isn’t generally enforced, officially allowing bikes in the area will provide a wider audience with an opportunity to utilize the space. Area biking groups Dot Bike, Rozzie Bikes, and JP Bikes will meet […]

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Chefs in Schools Initiative Helps Boston Children Eat Healthy Meals

Filed in Food & Dining, Health & Fitness, Lifestyle, Local News by on September 3, 2009 1 Comment
Chefs in Schools Initiative Helps Boston Children Eat Healthy Meals

Today kicks off the Boston Public Schools fall semester, and a growing initiative to improve school meals is underway. 8 Boston schools have implemented the Chefs in Schools program, which helps Boston children find healthy meals in their school cafeteria that limit processed foods and emphasize the important of nutritious fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. […]

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Improper Disposal Of Garbage Increases Rat Population On Beacon Hill

Filed in Featured, Home & Real Estate, Lifestyle by on August 27, 2009 0 Comments
Improper Disposal Of Garbage Increases Rat Population On Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill residents report that after the sun goes down, an infestation of rats takes over the Hancock and Joy Street areas. Rodents feast on the garbage thrown on the streets by residents. In a neighborhood that prides itself on having one of the wealthiest zip codes in the city, many of its inhabitants are […]

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