Category: Cambridge

The Passionate and Rowdy Annual Events of Boston

The Passionate and Rowdy Annual Events of Boston

[ 0 ] November 13, 2013 |

There are tons of annual events to check out in Boston and its surrounding areas, including everything from parades of Irish people (and the rest pretending) to film festivals and live music.  It’s a place where you can grab a calendar, pick a week, and you’ll be likely to find something exciting going on, regardless […]

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Boston’s History and Education: Don’t Forget Your Roots

Boston’s History and Education: Don’t Forget Your Roots

[ 0 ] November 5, 2013 |

Since even before the Revolutionary War, Boston has been at the epicenter of American history and its first venues for education.  Along with Harvard University in Cambridge, just across the river, Boston has become one of the most popular places for education in America.  Whether it’s Boston University, Boston College, MIT or any of the other […]

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Life Trumps Death in the Famous Mt. Auburn Cemetery

Life Trumps Death in the Famous Mt. Auburn Cemetery

[ 0 ] October 31, 2013 |

Life and death make a serene pair inside the gates of the Mt. Auburn Cemetery, founded in 1831 as “America’s first garden cemetery.” More than 95,000 people are laid to rest across 175 acres of rolling hillsides and worn footpaths, and more than 16,000 different plants are among them, including some oak trees older than […]

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A Scenic Overlook of Transportation in Boston

A Scenic Overlook of Transportation in Boston

[ 0 ] October 30, 2013 |

Transportation in Boston is never an easy decision to make.  The old streets that haven’t been changed for decades, if not centuries, go in extremely bizarre directions that always seem to end up at painfully frustrating intersections.  Many of the popular streets (like Boylston) are one-way for what feels like forever without any easily-accessible side […]

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