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Boston: Beacon Hill, Food & Harvard

Our stroll around Boston Harbour, Beacon Hill and Harvard which includes some highly recommended food stops along the way!  837 more words

America

Anri Wooden Collegiate Mascots

The ANRI company, located in the Alps of Northern Italy, specializes in hand-carved wooden items including collegiate mascots. Although the company still makes wooden carvings, they have not produced collegiate mascots in the last 30-40 years due to the stricter enforcement of copyright laws. 210 more words

Yale

Where to Eat this Valentine's Day

by Caroline Gentile ’17

As is the case for most holidays, my favorite part of Valentine’s Day is always the food.  Although many cast Valentine’s Day as merely a commercial holiday or a sad reminder of one’s loneliness, to me, there is nothing better than a day that encourages you to eat chocolate and drink wine (whether by yourself, with friends, or with a special someone). 559 more words

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Today’s Video topic is Business Plans, and How To effectively write one.

This post is written to help me out, but if it helps you too awesome! 326 more words

Business

Orthodox trader, immigrant Harvard grad, killed by Manhattan crane collapse

NEW YORK (JTA) — A 38-year-old Orthodox Jewish man was killed when a construction crane collapsed on his car in Manhattan.

David Wichs, an immigrant from Prague, in what is now the Czech Republic, was standing outside his parked car on Friday morning when the giant crane collapsed, crushing him to death, several media outlets reported. 195 more words

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