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  1. Programs for teenagersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Summer programs for teens at Lunenburg Public Library begin July 8 with a beach-inspired jewelry project from 1 to 3 p.m. There is a $5 materials fee. On July 21 there will be Paracord Bracelet Making from 1 to 3 p.m. Originally made by the military with parachute cord, these tough corded bracelets can be unraveled and put to use in an emergency.

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  2. Plan a Last Minute Getaway to Boston and Enjoy 20% Savings Plus...Read the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | PRWeb

    The Inn at Longwood Medical, located near Fenway Park, the Boston Children's Museum and the Museum of Science, is offering 20% off this summer for guests who book just seven days in advance. Summer is the perfect time to visit Boston, with events like Red Sox home games, Boston HarborFest, tours of Fenway Park and more! Plan ahead to get ahead with this summer offer, which is sure to be big hit with families! Last minute travel to Boston has never been more rewarding.

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  3. Melissa McCarthy Ditches Ghostbusters Jumpsuit and Spends Day with Her Daughters in BostonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | People

    Melissa McCarthy took a break from fighting the paranormal alongside her Ghostbusters costars to enjoy some down time with her two little girls. Over the weekend, the actress and her daughters, Georgette, 5, and Vivian, 8, spent the day together on Boston's scenic Newbury Street, known as the city's shopping mecca.

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  4. Boston Park Plaza Hotel Announces Special Offers for Summer GuestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | PRWeb

    Boston Park Plaza Hotel, a Boston Hotel, has special offers that will appeal to both business and leisure travelers. View offer details > Boston Park Plaza Hotel announces special offers for summer visitors.

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  5. Travel new and now: Boston, food apps, surf rodeoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Newsday

    There's a lot more to Boston this summer than the Freedom Trail, the route that links historic landmarks like the Bunker Hill Monument and Paul Revere House. Summer festivals kick off with the July 1-5 Harborfest, followed by the Outside the Box performing arts festival, July 14-19; Revere Beach National Sand-Sculpting Festival, July 24-26; the Boston Seafood Festival,... There's a lot more to Boston this summer than the Freedom Trail, the route that links historic landmarks like the Bunker Hill Monument and Paul Revere House.

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  6. Hard to find, easy to fall in love with: Venezuelan food in Harvard SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Examiner.com

    Cambridge is known for many things- Harvard, good sushi, prime shopping spots- but on that list you would likely not expect to hear Venezuelan food. At least you probably wouldn't until you took a trip to Orinoco.

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  7. A transient way of lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | CNN

    Dickie, now known as Knuckles, was the first traveler who Michael Joseph photographed for his "Lost and Found" series. Joseph noticed Knuckles, he said, because "he had an interesting anchor tattoo on his face and a very distinct look about him for a hitchhiker."

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  8. Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro BeercationRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | PR Log

    PRLog - June 29, 2015 - BOSTON -- - This summer Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro, the award-winning boutique hotel located on Beacon Hill, has partnered with Boston's own Harpoon Brewery to offer travelers from near and far an all new way to explore the city. Forget voyaging to vineyards across the country, the craft beer movement is taking the country by storm as are beer-based pilgrimages.

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  9. Always moving: A transient way of lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | CNN

    Dickie, now known as Knuckles, was the first traveler who Michael Joseph photographed for his "Lost and Found" series. Joseph noticed Knuckles, he said, because "he had an interesting anchor tattoo on his face and a very distinct look about him for a hitchhiker."

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  10. Re: cities versus suburbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | EETimes

    Boston used to have traffic lights where the red and yellow would both ne on at the same time. There was a strict definition for their meaning, but it was generally handled as locals go, out-of-towners stop.

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  11. Boston street signsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | EETimes

    In fairness to Boston, I recall one instance where the city provided the needed directional sign just were it was needed. I was navigating while my partner was driving, and it was not obvious how to get on to the interstate.

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  12. When life gets too busy, outsourceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Boston.com

    Fortunately, a bunch of startups have sprung up to take on the tasks that I didn't have time for. With my cellphone and credit card, I was able to do laundry, tackle household chores, and find a place to park - despite my overstuffed schedule.

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  13. The slow, (hopefully) steady death of the selfie stickRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | Boston.com

    I was transfixed by the beauty of it. Call me old-fashioned, or just old, but I never get tired of gazing at the Eiffel Tower.

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  14. Disney bans selfie sticks from its theme parksRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | Digital Trends

    The selfie stick has become one of the symbols of our new mobile photography age, loved and loathed in equal measure, but the number of places banning their use is growing - and the latest locations to join the list are Disneyland in California and Walt Disney World in Florida. Disney considers the accessories a health and safety hazard, as the Orlando Sentinel reports .

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  15. Free sunscreen is coming to Boston's parksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Boston.com

    Ever forget sunscreen on a day spent outside and regret it eight hours later, when that itchy redness shows itself? Kiss that scenario goodbye. New England is a hotbed for skin cancer , and Boston is now trying to change that with free, all-natural sunscreen dispensers in city parks.

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  16. The Science Behind Pixar set to open at the Museum of Science, BostonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Business Journal

    There's a good chance the over 400 people who attended Wednesday evenings preview reception of The Science Behind Pixar at the Museum of Science, Boston, would agree, if you do nothing else this summer, be sure to see this exhibit opening this Sunday, June 28th. Created by both the Museum of Science and Pixar Animation Studios , the exhibit uses 10,000 square feet of Museum space offering more than 40 interactive displays demonstrating the science, technology, engineering, and math concepts used by the artists and computer scientists who have created such animated feature films as Toy Story , Monsters, Inc ., Up , and the latest film Inside Out being released this month.

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  17. Art Scholar Discovers 500 year-old Metalcut of Da Vincia s a oeLAST SUPPERaRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Business Wire

    After eight years of scientific testing, Constable has determined the Plate is one of the original works of Leonardo Da Vinci. Constable's research has been conducted at Chicago-based McCrone Group , which specializes in materials identification.

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  18. Save money by snagging free admission at these Boston-area museumsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Boston.com

    There are plenty of ways to drink in Boston's museum culture for free this summer. You just need to know when and where to go.

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  19. Caron Le Brun loves mixing favorites with current piecesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Boston.com

    Caron Le Brun learned about style from two of the most important women in her life: her mother and her daughter. The retired Boston publicist , art critic, and gallery owner got early shopping and beauty lessons from her mom, then a fashion editor at upstate New York newspapers.

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  20. Craft brews added to St. Stan's Polish Festival beer lineup in Bay CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | MLive.com

    Organizers in charge of an annual Bay City event known for polka and Polish food are hoping to attract a younger crowd by offering a new selection of craft beers. For decades, the St. Stan's Polish Festival, now in its 66th year , has only offered Bud Light as its beer of choice, along with some wine coolers and sugary "Lemon-Ade-Rita" malt drinks.

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