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Holiday Shopping in Boston and Beyond

Curate your holiday shopping checklist by visiting these Pop Ups shops, Malls, Outlets and strolling around Major Shopping Districts in Boston and beyond. With so many holiday shopping events happening, get ready to shop ‘till you drop. And if you're a B-Local app user, be sure to redeem your points…

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Beyond Boston: Fall edition

There's nothing quite like Fall in Boston. As the air turns brisk and the leaves start to change, the Boston area transforms into an autumnal paradise that charms even the most experienced traveler. But, the Fall fun isn't just confined to Boston. From Concord to Cape Cod, you'll discover…

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Greater Boston Oktoberfest Celebrations

Photo by: Harpoon Brewery Oktoberfest 2022 Festivities The calendar might not say October yet, but in Boston, the Oktoberfest celebrations are just around the corner! Over the next several weeks, the Greater Boston area will host new and returning Oktoberfest celebrations for you to experience…

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10 Things to do this Memorial Day Weekend

1. Take a stroll through the parks This Memorial Day visit the Boston Common to witness the Memorial Day Flag Garden, where each of the 37,000+ flags that are planted by the Massachusetts Military Heroes represents every brave Massachusetts service member who gave his or her life defending our…

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Top Things to Do in Boston This Summer

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has fully reopened and residents and travelers alike can enjoy all that Boston has to offer this summer, including events we missed last year. Share your experiences on social media with #SeeYouSoonBOS. While the opportunities for entertainment, outdoor adventures…

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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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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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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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#ThankYouThursdays

To the hardworking hospitality professionals working every day to make visitors and locals feel loved and supported, we would like to say... Thank You! Each week, we will be featuring a hospitality professional over our social accounts and this blog. This week we are excited to feature, Kathy…

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