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Pillow Fight!

Filed in Local Events by on April 3, 2010 0 Comments
Pillow Fight!

I’ve always enjoyed the interesting juxtapositions of Harvard Square. At once home to the nation’s stodgiest, stateliest university and the city’s filthiest, most caterwauling gutter punks, the square is an interesting microcosm of vibrant heterogeneity. That peculiarity was on full display today as hundreds of people swarmed Cambridge Common to take part in International Pillow […]

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The Tale of The Trail

Filed in Arts & Entertainment, Headline, Things To Do by on August 21, 2009 0 Comments
The Tale of The Trail

Millions walk Boston’s famous Freedom Trail every year without knowing the story behind the red line. It all started with a journalist who just wanted to make it easier for people to visit the historic sites the city offers. This truly shows the power of one idea! The journalist, Bill Schofield, realized that if he […]

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Beyond the Hooker

Filed in Lifestyle, Local Events, Local News, Politics, Things To Do by on August 11, 2009 0 Comments
Beyond the Hooker

Beneath the gold dome atop Beacon Hill, past and present live together in the same house—the Massachusetts State House. Similar to a museum, it houses famous paintings and sculptures. As the seat of government for the Commonwealth since its construction in 1798, this historic building holds even more significance. Like any other place of government, […]

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A Gay Reality

A Gay Reality

Join the Boston Observer in exploring Boston Pride, 2009.

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