Boston Walks to Stop Diabetes

Bostonians stepped out to walk to cure diabetes. See what they had to say – and hear it in their own words.

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Boston Book Festival: A Promotion of Literary Power

Authors, writers, and bibliophiles alike gathered in Copley Square on October 15th to participate in the Boston Book Festival, an event that celebrates the power of words to delight, inspire, and unite.

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Strugglebus No More: BlindWays App Simplifies Bus Transportation

BlindWays aims to help visually impaired and blind citizens more accurately find bus stops using crowdsourced clues in a smartphone app. Anyone can add clues – even you.

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Tails Wag at Faneuil Hall’s 3rd Annual Halloween Pet Parade

When 200 dogs gather at Faneuil Hall, it’s surely to be chaotic. But when there are pit bulls in tutus,

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Sofar Sounds Boston: A Secret Show in a Recording Studio

A sweaty, dingy basement with a bunch of college-age kids. There’s weed and alcohol in abundance. There’s also music — a

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Student Employees Burdened by MBTA Closings

The suspension of MBTA services due to record-breaking snowfall last month left Boston University students and employees without a means of

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