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  1. A Relaxing Mother's Day at G2O Spa + SalonRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | PR Log

    PRLog - March 30, 2015 - BOSTON -- WHAT: G2O Spa + Salon, Boston's award-winning day spa is celebrating moms and mommies-to-be throughout May 2015 with salon and spa specials. Whether purchasing a gift for Mom, or being purchased by mothers themselves, the Newbury Street location is the perfect spot for luxurious relaxation.

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  2. Women break through a old-boy networka to become art museum directors, especially in D.C.Read the original story

    Sunday | Washington Times

    "When I started at the Kreeger in 1994, I felt I was entering an old-boy network," said Judy Greenberg , who helped set up Washington 's Kreeger Museum and was appointed its first director. "Now I feel differently."

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  3. Wheelock College Expands Early College and Career Access Opportunity ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Patch.com

    As the demand for skilled workers in science, technology, engineering, and math is growing rapidly, Wheelock College is expanding its programing to help students develop interest, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills necessary to succeed in today's global economy. Wheelock's STEM in the City Summer Camp for rising 8th and 9th Graders will take place on the college's Boston campus July 6-10, 2015.

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  4. Review: Car Data Collection Devices Can Make You a Better DriverRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Boston.com

    If you're like most people , you're probably under the impression that you're a great driver. And if you're a Boston driver, you're probably under the impression that you're better than most drivers, and it's everyone else honking and veering around you on the road that has a problem.

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  5. PSJHS students Beantown boundRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | The Star

    While spring break typically takes travelers south to enjoy a warmer climate, a group of students from Port St. Joe Jr./Sr. High School will spend theirs exploring the great white north. This week, art teacher Julie Hodges and a group of 12 students were off to Boston, M.A. for a three-day adventure through arts, culture and history.

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  6. Travel Gal: Kim SwidlerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Albany Times Union

    Boston's huge snow accumulation is starting to dwindle down, and their tourism office wants us to know about two of their tours: The Hahvahd Tour is said to be the most popular tour of Harvard University. Guest enjoy a 70-minute one-of-a-kind journey walking through Harvard Yard with stories performed by actual current Harvard students.

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  7. Boston's Boylston Street is fast becoming a consumer tech meccaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Business Journal

    Last week, I wrote about Verizon opening up a superstore on Boylston Street in Boston's Back Bay later this month. Now today, it's AT&T that says it's going to open a 9,000-square-foot store at 699 Boylston, not too far away from the Verizon superstore, which is at 745 Boylston.

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  8. Flowers on the WallRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Style Weekly

    A woman stands at a table arranging deep-hued flowers in a vase. Although the motif was hardly new, the interpretation would be remembered.

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  9. The Handel and Haydn Society: Bringing Music to Life for 200 Years Exhibition Opens at BPLRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | City of Boston

    The exhibition The Handel and Haydn Society: Bringing Music to Life for 200 Years opens at the Boston Public Library's Central Library in Copley Square in the Cheverus Room on Tuesday, March 24, and runs through Saturday, September 5. The bicentennial exhibition explores Handel and Haydn Society's long musical history and features original artifacts drawn from H+H's private archives and the Boston Public Library's Rare Books & Manuscripts Department, including photographs, program books, newspaper clippings, and other materials dating back to the early 1800s. "This exhibition is a must-see for classical music fans and admirers of the Handel and Haydn Society.

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  10. Four Points Opens Third Hotel in Greater Boston AreaRead the original story

    Monday Mar 16 | Hotel Interactive

    Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. today announced the opening of its third Four Points hotel in the Greater Boston metropolitan area. Four Points by Sheraton Wakefield Boston Hotel & Conference offers 280 stylish, comfortable guest rooms and an IACC-certified Conference Center, just 12 miles north of downtown Boston.

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  11. BU's West Station Quid Pro QuoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | Universal Hub

    The Boston Globe reported today that in exchange for an $8M contribution to build the West Station commuter rail station adjacent to its campus, Boston University sought "enforceable language prohibiting the use of BU's West Campus as a route for buses or other vehicular traffic to carry commuters to or from West Station."

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  12. Four Points by Sheraton Wakefield Boston Hotel & Conference OpensRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | Hotel News Resource

    Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. last week announced the opening of its third Four Points hotel in the Greater Boston metropolitan area. Four Points by Sheraton Wakefield Boston Hotel & Conference offers 280 guest rooms and an IACC-certified Conference Center, just 12 miles north of downtown Boston.

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  13. Five things you should know about Ping Yin ChaiRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 14 | Boston.com

    Ping Yin Chai took over the helm of Salem Five Bancorp on Jan. 1, becoming the 160-year-old institution's first Chinese-American president and chief executive. Chai recently spoke with Globe reporter Deirdre Fernandes about his family, his ascent from a bank accountant, and where he sees Salem Five growing.

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  14. Four Points Opens Third Hotel in Greater Boston AreaRead the original story

    Friday Mar 13 | Business Wire

    Four Points by Sheraton Wakefield Boston Hotel & Conference Center Offers Stylish Comfort and State-of-the-Art Meeting Facilities just North of Downtown Boston )--Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. today announced the opening of its third Four Points hotel in the Greater Boston metropolitan area. Four Points by Sheraton Wakefield Boston Hotel & Conference offers 280 stylish, comfortable guest rooms and an IACC-certified Conference Center, just 12 miles north of downtown Boston.

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  15. UK's National Gallery follows others and slaps a ban on the selfie stickRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | Digital Trends

    Life's not getting any easier for the ubiquitous selfie stick. The latest big-name tourist site to slap a ban on the extendable monopod is London's National Gallery, which insisted the move was necessary to protect both visitors and paintings.

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  16. Papa Razzi renovates restaurants, reinvents menuRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | Boston.com

    Three years ago, the owners of the luxurious Castle Hill Inn in Rhode Island took aim at a more mainstream market and bought the Papa Razzi restaurant chain. Now they are going to spend millions renovating the eateries, in some cases down to the studs.

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  17. Gov. Patrick to earn $7,500 daily for effort on Olympics bidRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | Berkshire Eagle

    BOSTON >> Former Gov. Deval Patrick will be compensated $7,500 per day when he travels on behalf of the backers of a bid to bring the 2024 Summer Olympics to Boston, according to organizers. The organization - Boston 2024 - is also spending tens of thousands of dollars on a monthly basis for consulting, according to salary information released on Monday.

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  18. Save the date: Oil painting demo in Wellesley on March 26Read the original story

    Tuesday Mar 10 | The Swellesley Report

    The Wellesley Society of Artists is pleased to present a demonstration featuring oil media artist, Eli Cedrone, on Thursday, March 26, at the Wellesley Community Center, 219 Washington Street, Wellesley Hills. Light refreshments begin at 6:30 pm, followed by the demonstration from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm.

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  19. Gardener keeps the Gardner Museum's atrium in bloomRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 9 | Boston.com

    As the first visitors made their way into the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on Monday morning, a tour guide led a group of teenage girls to the museum's centerpiece - the atrium garden - and asked them a question: The courtyard at the Gardner has long been one of the truly magical experiences in Boston, and for 45 years and 6.2 million visitors, Stan Kozak has been its magician. As chief horticulturist, Kozak oversees the Victorian garden, a setting so lush and bright and tranquil that it feels preposterous to find it at the center of a rather dark stone building.

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  20. Deval Patrick will get $7,500 per day for Boston 2024 Olympics workRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 9 | MassLive.com

    Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick will be compensated $7,500 per day when he travels on behalf of the backers of a bid to bring the 2024 Summer Olympics to Boston, according to organizers. The organization - Boston 2024 - is also spending tens of thousands of dollars on a monthly basis for consulting, according to salary information released on Monday.

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