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She’s Got Style: An Interview With Beyond Boston Chic’s Martini Severin

Filed in Featured, Lifestyle, Spotlight by on August 13, 2009 3 Comments
She’s Got Style: An Interview With Beyond Boston Chic’s Martini Severin

How does one describe Boston style? We recently caught up with born and bred Cantabrigian Martini Severin to discuss the topic. A Harvard graduate student by day, Martini’s blog Beyond Boston Chic is stocked with photographs of street style taken across Boston and abroad. Where do you shop in Boston? I really don’t judge. I wear hand me […]

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Park It: Boston’s Best Outdoor Wireless Hotspots

Filed in Featured, Headline, Lifestyle, Technology, Things To Do by on August 8, 2009 1 Comment
Park It: Boston’s Best Outdoor Wireless Hotspots

Now that glorious weather has finally graced the city of Boston with its presence, there’s really no good excuse to stay inside. Oh, wait! You have to work? We forgot that small detail. But for the legions of unemployed individuals who spend their days stalking Craigslist and Monster.com for open positions, searching for a job […]

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The Boston Public Library: Our City’s Best Free Resource

Filed in Arts & Entertainment, Things To Do by on August 5, 2009 3 Comments
The Boston Public Library: Our City’s Best Free Resource

Remember spending days on end in the local public library as a child? When reading books, playing games, or fumbling around on the ancient computers was considered a good time? You know, the time when video games strictly consisted of shooting an orange gun at flying poultry on the television screen? Heading to the local library […]

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Become A Bartender For Less At DrinkMaster Bartending School

Filed in Business, Careers & Workplace by on July 31, 2009 0 Comments
Become A Bartender For Less At DrinkMaster Bartending School

In this era of dwindling finances and pink-slips gone wild, there are certain careers we can be sure are in demand. Doctors? We’ll always be sick. Bankruptcy lawyers? Scoring big nowadays. Bartenders? Now, that’s what we call job security. If there’s one thing we’re sure of, people will always be looking to get a little […]

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Grip It and Rip It: The Wild World of Segway Polo

Filed in Sports by on July 28, 2009 2 Comments
Grip It and Rip It: The Wild World of Segway Polo

When polo comes to mind, we tend to imagine Prince William gallivanting on a horse in rural England, or that scene in Pretty Woman where Julia Roberts is transformed from hooker to heart breaker while stomping the divots on the polo field. And while some people still play polo the traditional way, another form of the game is […]

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Animal Adoption In The Hub: Choosing The New Member Of Your Family

Filed in Featured, Headline by on July 25, 2009 2 Comments
Animal Adoption In The Hub: Choosing The New Member Of Your Family

It’s no secret that an endless amount of animals are put to sleep each year because they couldn’t find a home. The numbers are heartbreaking, but the issue is vital. Statistics show that for every dog we purchase from a breeder, one is put down in a shelter. So why do we continuously pay for […]

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Have Sweet And Stylish Dreams With K Madison Designs

Filed in Lifestyle, Spotlight by on July 21, 2009 0 Comments
Have Sweet And Stylish Dreams With K Madison Designs

Most of us fantasize about rolling out of bed and heading to work in our pajamas. Well, now that dream can be a reality. K Madison Designs, the brainchild of Connecticut designer Kristin Williams, features a collection of stylish sleepwear that can take you outside of the house without looking like you forgot to change out of […]

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Breakdown On MBTA Green Line Highlights Struggles For Passengers In Wheelchairs

Filed in Politics by on July 18, 2009 2 Comments
Breakdown On MBTA Green Line Highlights Struggles For Passengers In Wheelchairs

The MBTA is rarely known for being on time, or having freedom from technical difficulties. Amongst all of the subway lines, the Green Line is often recognized for its un-scheduled stops and frequent breakdowns. But today’s breakdown on the Green Line highlighted a different problem, and this time it was personal. The summer can be […]

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Cool Off At One Of Boston’s Best Swimming Pools

Filed in Lifestyle, Things To Do by on July 15, 2009 3 Comments
Cool Off At One Of Boston’s Best Swimming Pools

When it comes to drowning your sorrows, most Bostonians look towards the drinkable liquids rather than the type you take a swim in. But while the dog days of summer haven’t exactly hit the city yet, there’s no denying our desire to escape the cubicle in favor of a white, sandy beach in the Caribbean. But […]

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Simmons College Continues Mission For Outstanding Education With New Public Elementary School

Filed in Spotlight, University News by on July 12, 2009 0 Comments
Simmons College Continues Mission For Outstanding Education With New Public Elementary School

For over a hundred years, Simmons College has demonstrated the importance of a strenuous and stimulating academic experience to its students. Finally, Simmons is taking its educational mission to the streets: This September, in conjunction with the Boston Teacher’s Union, they will open a public elementary school in Jamaica Plain. As a university, Simmons College has continuously […]

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