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  1. Brooklyn Brewery to take over BostonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Examiner.com

    When most people think of a beer celebration, they picture an afternoon of tasting different suds with good people. These are the brew fests that many of us are use to.

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  2. These New England Gravesa "from Kerouaca s to a Titanic Survivora sa "Are Worth Planning a Day Trip AroundRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Boston.com

    Plan a Massachusetts day trip this month around some of the most famous dead people in New England. Who should you pay your respects to? We tell you where the remains of three famous New Englanders lie and what the cities of their final resting places have to offer .

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  3. Beacon Hill to Buffalo Bill, Wyndham offers great locationsRead the original story

    Thursday | Examiner.com

    Buffalo Bill may be long gone but his legacy lives on, especially in Cody, WY, named for the famed Indian scout and Wild West show proprietor. Tourists heading for Cody enjoy the history of the Old West and the stories about Buffalo Bill, but the last thing they want to do is share the type of accommodations the buckskin clad legend stayed in.

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  4. Never Before in Boston: New Penthouse Selling for $37.5MRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Boston.com

    The new Millennium Tower taking shape in Downtown Crossing will be crowned with a $37.5 million penthouse on the 60th floor, a price level common in the Big Apple but unprecedented in Boston. The 13,000-square-foot unit, which will take up the entire top floor of the new tower, is about the size of a country estate or mansion, the difference being it is more than 600 feet up in the ozone.

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  5. Millennium Partners Introduces Millennium Tower BostonRead the original story

    Thursday | Business Wire

    Millennium Partners, developer of the award-winning Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Towers, Millennium Place and other acclaimed projects in Boston and across the country, is pleased to introduce Millennium Tower Boston. The innovative Sales Center, opening October 23, will be located at 40 Franklin Street across from the site of the former Filene's Department Store and iconic Burnham Building.

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  6. Boston could get its first $37.5-million condoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Universal Hub

    Downtown Crossing is having an identity crisis and needs immediate therapy. $37m condos amongst a double stack of discount retailers mirrors that of the diamond dealers with junkies out front looking for a fix.

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  7. New England raking in millions from leaf peepersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | Newsday

    On Mount Monadnock, hikers file up the 3,165-foot peak in lockstep, protected from drizzling rain by a luminous golden canopy of leaves. They're not just gazing at foliage -- they're looking at cold, hard cash.

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  8. Fall Foliage Is Worth Billions to New England's EconomyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | Mashable

    On Mount Monadnock, hikers file up the 3,165-foot peak in lockstep, protected from drizzling rain by a luminous golden canopy of leaves. They're not just gazing at foliage - they're looking at cold, hard cash.

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  9. New England raking in billions from leaf peepersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | New York Daily News

    Crawford Notch in Carroll, N.H. Officials say tourists will spend upwards of $1 billion to catch a glimpse of the red, yellow and orange hues on the trees. JAFFREY, N.H. - On Mount Monadnock, hikers file up the 3,165-foot peak in lockstep, protected from drizzling rain by a luminous golden canopy of leaves.

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  10. England raking in millions from leaf peepersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | Fairfield Citizen-News

    On Mount Monadnock, hikers file up the 3,165-foot peak in lockstep, protected from drizzling rain by a luminous golden canopy of leaves. They're not just gazing at foliage - they're looking at cold, hard cash.

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  11. Leaf-Peeping Tourism Is a $3 Billion Business in New EnglandRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | Skift

    On Mount Monadnock, hikers file up the 3,165-foot peak in lockstep, protected from drizzling rain by a luminous golden canopy of leaves. They're not just gazing at foliage - they're looking at cold, hard cash.

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  12. Most recent Back Bay apartment rentalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Boston Real Estate Blog

    The property listing data and information set forth herein were provided to MLS Property Information Network, Inc. from third party sources, including sellers, lessors and public records, and were compiled by MLS Property Information Network, Inc. The property listing data and information are for the personal, non commercial use of consumers having a good faith interest in purchasing or leasing listed properties of the type displayed to them and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties which such consumers may have a good faith interest in purchasing or leasing.

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  13. Potential NASA links for Science City 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Londonderry Today

    'Music City 2014' may soon become 'Science City 2015' with proposals to bring over US academics with potential links to NASA to speak in Londonderry in the early Spring. Last month Learning Minister Dr Stephen Farry met with officials from Derry City Council to discuss the potential for Londonderry to become 'City of Science and Innovation 2015.'

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  14. Seeing Boston: 10 things to doRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Sampan

    Image courtesy of Vernon Doucette Address: 725 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, MA 02215. The stairwell to the observatory is on the fifth floor next to room 520.

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  15. Can Google Express deliver on same-day shopping?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | New Scientist

    On Wednesday morning, I realised I was out of nail polish. Five hours later, I had a bottle of Scarlett O'Hara red delivered to my apartment.

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  16. Beauty and naturalism at the MuscarelleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | The Flat Hat

    As John Spike, Assistant Director for the College of William and Mary's Muscarelle Museum of Art, explained, "Naturalism just means, ultimately, life-like." The Muscarelle's "American Naturalism" exhibit, which includes impressionistic works, has been on display since Feb. 8 and will remain on display until Jan. 11. The collection of 10 paintings, rendered in the 19th or early 20th century and lent to the museum by the Owens Foundation, is the first thing one sees upon entering the exhibit.

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  17. Aca Galleries Presents Peter Blume (1906-1992), 11/6-1/31Read the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | BroadwayWorld.com

    ACA Galleries is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition, PETER BLUME , on view November 6, 2014 through January 31, 2015. The exhibition will feature paintings, drawings and sculpture from the artist's estate.

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  18. Cambridge fosters growing bicycle cultureRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Boston.com

    Cambridge mother Katie Starbuck-Bittker rode with all four of her children - Ivy, 1, Zeke, 4, Dean, 7, and Gray, 9 - in one bike to a son's baseball game after work. From Porter Square to Central Square and farther, cyclists in Cambridge logged 15.5 million miles in 2012, a 237 percent increase in mileage from 2004.

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  19. As 'Top Chef Boston' Begins, A Look At Boston's Top ChefsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | WBUR-AM Boston

    "Top Chef Boston" premieres Wednesday and from the looks of the promo, the 12th season of Bravo's hit cooking reality show is sure to offer up plenty of twists and New England charm. While Boston is a new setting for the show, the city has been strongly represented in past seasons.

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  20. The $11 trillion advantage that shields the US from global turmoilRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | The Fresno Bee

    Marie Galvin, owner of GALVIN-ized, a custom hattery in Boston, places a hat on a customer Aug. 10, 2014. Galvin said shopping in her store has greatly increased this year.

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