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Spruce Up Your Home for Spring

Spruce Up Your Home for Spring

Spring is finally here! If you’re ready to shed those winter blues, start by giving your home a spring refresher. By doing a little spring cleaning, updating your décor,… Read more ⇢
The George Dilboy Memorial Stadium: Somerville’s Multi-Purpose Recreational Facility

The George Dilboy Memorial Stadium: Somerville’s Multi-Purpose Recreational Facility

Situated in the city of Somerville, the multi-purpose sports stadium of George Dilboy Memorial Stadium was originally opened in 1955. After falling into disrepair in the early 2000s, the stadium… Read more ⇢
Faneuil Hall to Showcase Slavery Artifacts

Faneuil Hall to Showcase Slavery Artifacts

Despite its popularity among residents and visitors, many do not realize the ties that Boston’s Faneuil Hall has with the transatlantic slave trade. In fact, the name itself is one… Read more ⇢
Newbury College to Close its Doors Following Financial Struggles

Newbury College to Close its Doors Following Financial Struggles

Brookline’s Newbury College has been placed on the market following financial troubles. This past December, the school announced that it would close after its spring semester due to financial problems,… Read more ⇢
Learn More About the World at Cambridge’s Harvard Museum of Natural History

Learn More About the World at Cambridge’s Harvard Museum of Natural History

Located on the campus of Harvard University in Cambridge, the Harvard Museum of Natural History boasts a collection of specimens drawn from the university’s three natural history research museums. Connected… Read more ⇢
5 Tips for Packing for Your Move to Medford

5 Tips for Packing for Your Move to Medford

Whether buying a home or renting a home in the Medford area, taking a few simple steps can help to make the moving process easier. While you may spend… Read more ⇢
JFK Presidential Library and Museum Celebrates 40th Year

JFK Presidential Library and Museum Celebrates 40th Year

The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum will be celebrating its 40-year anniversary this year. Considered to be one of the Boston waterfront’s prime attractions, the John F. Kennedy… Read more ⇢
Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology to Relocate South End Campus

Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology to Relocate South End Campus

The Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology has announced that it will be selling its South End campus with the hope of raising the funds that it needs to expand elsewhere. Read more ⇢
Cambridge Remains Among the Most Expensive Places to Rent in Boston Area

Cambridge Remains Among the Most Expensive Places to Rent in Boston Area

While recent studies have shown that the number of homeowners in Boston is on the rise, the city still remains one that overwhelmingly consists of renters. Unfortunately for those who… Read more ⇢
Massachusetts Makes Moves to Expand Transportation Options

Massachusetts Makes Moves to Expand Transportation Options

In an effort to improve and expand upon transportation options, the state of Massachusetts is taking a closer look at bike safety and connectivity while also considering e-scooters. While much… Read more ⇢
Boston City Hall Celebrates 50 Years of Controversy

Boston City Hall Celebrates 50 Years of Controversy

Boston City Hall, which remains one of the most divisive buildings in the city’s history, turns 50 this year. While those who love the building appreciate its unabashed modernism, others… Read more ⇢
Housing Prices Continue to Rise as Inventory Grows Tighter

Housing Prices Continue to Rise as Inventory Grows Tighter

While it comes as no surprise to learn that housing prices in downtown Boston are costlier than in those areas that lay outside of the downtown area, two recent reports… Read more ⇢
Things You Need to Know Before Making a Move to Boston

Things You Need to Know Before Making a Move to Boston

Are you considering making a move to Boston? If so, there are several factors that you should take into consideration when trying to determine if Boston… Read more ⇢
Great Places to Take Your Kids In and Around Cambridge: Part 2

Great Places to Take Your Kids In and Around Cambridge: Part 2

In this second of a two-part series on great places to take kids in and around Cambridge, we will explore some of the fun places outside… Read more ⇢
Great Places to Take Your Kids In and Around Cambridge: Part 1

Great Places to Take Your Kids In and Around Cambridge: Part 1

If you are looking for some fun places to take your kids in and around the Cambridge area, you will be glad to know that… Read more ⇢

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