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WBZ-TV Anchor Lisa Hughes Announced As Orator For Boston's July 4 Celebration

BOSTON (CBS) —  Long-time WBZ-TV anchor Lisa Hughes has been chosen as this year’s orator for Boston’s Independence Day Celebration, the city’s Mayor Marty Walsh announced Monday. 129 more words

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East Coast Adventures - Boston in February

There were good reasons for why we chose to visit Boston in February. R had a meeting scheduled for the Monday so would have to travel up on his birthday weekend anyway, so I scheduled a research trip at Wellesley, and we booked a flight for the Saturday morning. 1,560 more words

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Robi On The Road: Faneuil Hall's 12-Year-Old 'Piano Man'

BOSTON (CBS) – You could call him “The Piano Man,” but he’s just a boy!

Bradley Bartlett-Roche is just 12 years old, but he’s already an accomplished musician and composer. 230 more words

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The Freedom Trail: from Faneuil Hall to Boston Common

There is so much history in Boston. I guess some of the few things that immediately come to mind are the Boston Tea Party and the Boston Massacre (brings me back to some high school American history). 1,183 more words

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Day 1: Happy Mother's day to all!

Technically, this is my third day of summer. But the past couple days were spent packing, unpacking, and applying for jobs in the area,

Yesterday I went to Quincy Market (Faneuil Hall) with my friend (who I am staying with over the summer) and her family. 241 more words

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Boston Marathon Anniversary

In honor of the 2nd anniversary of the Boston Marathon today I am posting some photos from my trip to Boston this past weekend. It was so nice to be in the city and seeing all of the love people have for that city. 51 more words

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Faneuil Hall

theme: buildings

 Built in 1742, Faneuil Hall is known for the many discussions of independence and the many speeches given by Samuel Adams and others. It was not only a meeting place but also a marketplace which it still is today.

Diane