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Pet-Friendly Activities in Boston

Explore these dog-friendly things to do in Boston: VISIT BOSTON COMMON Did you know the Boston Common is the oldest city park in the United States? It’s a tale as old as time: dogs love parks. Dogs on leash are welcome all throughout the common, and off-leash dogs are available in designated…

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The Somerville Squares

Just north of Boston exists a dynamic string of neighborhoods full of hidden gems. Somerville is known for its city squares, which all have interesting personalities of their own. Delicious cuisines, arts and entertainment, and fun outdoor activities are just a few things you will find here. In…

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Things to do this St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick’s Day Parade may be cancelled but we can celebrate virtually and safely in-person! Virtual events Irish Film Festival- The Irish Film Festival Boston has become one of New England’s premier ethnic film festivals and one of Ireland’s best representations abroad. Normally housed at the…

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What Massachusetts Travelers Need to Know About REAL ID

On October 1, 2021, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will implement the final phase of REAL ID enforcement, requiring Americans to present a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or another acceptable form of authenticated ID to go through airport security checkpoints. Are you ready for REAL…

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Roxbury Love Story

Boston is a special place to celebrate Dr. King’s life and legacy. King considered Boston his second home, the city where he met his wife Coretta Scott King and where he earned his Ph.D. in Theology from Boston University while living on Mass Ave. The Roxbury Love Story mural by local artists Pro…

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Outdoor Arts in Boston

Explore Boston's outdoor art scene on your next socially distanced walk around the city! Boston is filled with incredible art ready to be explored and discovered. Roxbury Location: Roxbury Roxbury is a lab for artistic innovation, a beacon of boundless creativity; the neighborhood is both a…

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Frugal Bookstore: Changing Minds One Book at a Time

An Interview with Leonard Egerton & Clarrissa Cropper GBCVB: I'd like to first start by talking about the bookstore, how you came to be the owner of the bookstore, what that story is, and what that journey is. Leonard Egerton: I was looking for work when I met a guy named Robert Romanow. He…

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Top things to do this Holiday in Boston

Main Photo by: Matthew Raifman Enjoy the holidays with winter activities, holiday events and local shopping. Snowport Enjoy SNOWPORT at Seaport this year with holiday shopping, rooftop igloos at Envoy, outdoor fun & games, plus a few festive surprises. SNOWPORT at Seaport is the place you want…

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Black Market Nubian: Reigniting the Creative Economy

An Interview with Kai Grant and Rob Gibbs GBCVB: We've had a lot of people talk about the renaming of Dudley Square to Nubian Square in Roxbury. I know you were involved in that from a community standpoint, both the renaming and the importance of it from a cultural pride standpoint and how you…

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