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  1. HSA-Run Charter Flights Flew High Over AllegationsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Harvard Crimson

    In 2014, Harvard Student Agencies, Inc.-the multi-million dollar student-run company founded in 1957-came under scrutiny when student-run food delivery service InstaNomz after a little more than a month of operating. According to InstaNomz's founders Akshar Bonu '17 and Fanelesibonge S. Mashwama '17, the Office of Student Life informed them they either had to assume an outside vendor status and lose internal dorm delivery privileges or work under HSA.


  2. Back Bay condos for sale and rentRead the original story

    Saturday | Boston Real Estate Blog

    The Back Bay is a perfectly located, peaceful, picturesque oasis in the Boston landscape. It is a rectangular area bordered by the scenic Charles River, beautiful Boston Public Garden, Boylston Street and Massachusetts Avenue.


  3. Primark Stores Coming To Braintree And BurlingtonRead the original story

    Friday May 22 | Banker & Tradesman

    As it prepares to open its first U.S. store in September at Boston's Downtown Crossing, Irish fashion retailer Primark is branching out into the suburbs with plans for locations at the Burlington Mall and South Shore Plaza in Braintree. Sears is leasing the space to Primark at both properties.


  4. Military families get in free at 68 Mass. museums now through Labor DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 |

    At the EcoTarium in Worcester, families will explore a new summer exhibit, one of its largest to date: "Wild Music: Experience the Sounds and Songs of Life." More than 2,000 participating museums nationwide, including 68 across Massachusetts, will offer free admission for military families between Memorial Day and Labor Day.


  5. Lowell painting conservationist relishes restorative powersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Lowell Sun

    Painting conservationist Peter Kostoulakos of Lowell shows an example of a painting he restored, a portrait by Herbert F. Denman. The areas he restored show up black under the blue light.


  6. Coffee Caf Brewing for Boston's Forthcoming Godfrey HotelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Hotel Business

    As The Godfrey Hotel Boston prepares to open this fall, management is looking for points of differentiation for its upscale guests as well as elements that tie into the local community. As such, the hotel is hoping its recently forged partnership with George Howell Coffee to establish a new coffee caf will serve both needs.


  7. Havas/Arnold WorldwideRead the original story

    Thursday May 21 | Contract

    The advertising agency Arnold Worldwide, part of the media conglomerate Havas, tells others' stories for a living. With its new Boston headquarters, Havas/Arnold looked to tell its own story-one of a global firm with a small-agency dynamic that is energetic, stimulating, and collaborative, resulting in award-winning campaigns for clients such as Progressive Insurance, Fidelity, and Jack Daniels.


  8. The week ahead: Local eventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 |

    Family Creative Dance Workshop: Plants and Movement Inspired by trees and plants found on the grounds of the Durant-Kenrick House, this creative dance workshop starts with an indoor warm-up before moving outdoors onto the historic nursery grounds. Participants should wear comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing.


  9. Visiting the 'new' Key WestRead the original story

    Monday May 18 | The Orlando Sentinel

    There's a classic way of doing Key West, Fla. It involves dinner at Louie's Backyard, drinks and live music at Sloppy Joe's, photo ops at the Southernmost Buoy, a stop at the Hemingway House, spotting Key West chickens and sunset at Mallory Square.


  10. Boston Waterfront condos for sale and rentRead the original story

    Monday May 18 | Boston real estate

    Boston's Waterfront has long been noted for beautiful harbor views and its proximity to the North End, Downtown Crossing and Government Center. The recent opening of the gorgeous Rose Kennedy Greenway which borders the neighborhood should now be high on the attributes of the area.


  11. Boston condos Back Bay $625,000 - $675,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Boston real estate

    Gorgeous renovated one bedroom on Marlborough Street with one deeded full parking space! Great open floor plan concept that uses all of the condo's square footage. Kitchen updated with custom cabinets and nickle finished hardware.


  12. Boston condos Back Bay under $450,000Read the original story

    Saturday May 16 | Boston real estate

    Magnificent Marlborough Street! Studio/Pied-a-Terre with decorative fireplace and spacious walk-in closet. Pets welcome .


  13. HarpoonFest, pig roasts and 4 more things to do in Boston this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 |

    Grab a glass and rejoice, beer fans, because the annual HarpoonFest kicks off on Friday. Tons of of fun events are going on in Boston this weekend, so get off the couch and go explore the city.


  14. a Few Minutes with Caffe Lena's Sarah CraigRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Nippertown!

    "I remember I was going for a walk with my brother once in Greenwich Village," says Sarah Craig , the Executive Director of Caffe Lena , "and we passed an iconic Greenwich Village folk venue, and I was like, 'Oh, my gosh. There it is,' and I thought that was really cool, until I examined it and realized that it basically offered some music, but really what it was was a t-shirt outlet for the once great institution.


  15. Lauren Daley: Colors pop in Dartmouth man's literary tributeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 |

    Kizik's work has been shown in the Museum of Fine Art and the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, the Rose Art Museum in Waltham and galleries in Washington, DC, New York City and dozens of other galleries from the east to the west coasts. Kizik's current display of 29 paintings, “Bound and Unbound,” half of them his signature books, are on display at the Narrows Center for the Arts through May 22. “For a long time, I'd been in intrigued by the idea of painting books, and at some point decided to simply depict a book free of context, floating in space, or, rather, on wall,” said Kizik.


  16. Making a living as a Boston buskerRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 |

    When you pass a street performer - or busker - it's natural to wonder: How much money can you make strumming a guitar on the sidewalk? Last month an interesting post on the website Priceonomics took a stab at answering that question. Mark Sandusky ran the numbers on 10 busking sessions that he conducted with his music group " Dirty Little Blondes " on the streets of San Francisco this past January.


  17. MoreRead the original story

    Saturday May 9 | Art Daily

    Tsibi Geva, one of Israel's most prominent and influential artists, presents 'Archeology of the Present', a new, site-specific installation for the Israeli pavilion at the 56th International Art Exhibition - la Biennale di Venezia. Geva's most ambitious project to date extends over the exterior of the Israeli Pavilion building as well as through its interior.


  18. 10 Free Things to Do with Mom Without Breaking the BankRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 |

    You don't have to break the bank to take your mom out for Mother's Day - there are plenty of free events happening around the city. Take your mom to mingle with models, feed a giraffe, view 25,000 blooming daffodils, learn about remarkable Boston women at the turn of the 20th century, and more.


  19. Bill Georato William J Georato dba DWT Voice ProductionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | Voices

    A voice that is sincere, educated, but comfy like an old hoodie. Friendly New England "dude" you'd like to hang out with.


  20. Seats Still Open for Groton Senior Center Boston TripRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 |

    LAST CALL for BOSTON ON YOUR OWN TRIP for NEXT THURSDAY!! OPEN To The Public ~you need not be a senior nor a Groton resident to travel with us to Boston! We are going next THURSDAY, MAY 14th. We leave at 8:00 a.m. and get back approximately 6:00 p.m. Hit Quincy Market or lunch in the North End or take a Freedom Trail Foundation tour or even visit one of the Boston museums or do a Boston Duck Tours or visit the New England Aquarium.