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Peter Krause Keeps His Promise

As he trained to run the Boston Marathon, Peter Krause knew that he had a promise he needed to keep. Full story

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    COLUMN: Faith At The Finish Line

    Edge of Town

    April 21, 2014

    Just one day after Easter Sunday—the day on which Christians the world over celebrate the triumph of life over death—Boston ran its marathon. It doesn't get much better than that.

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    Promises Kept

    Running The Marathon With Professor Peter Krause

    April 9, 2014

    As he trained to run the Marathon, Peter Krause knew he had a promise to keep, a promise made to the thousands of people who read a letter he sent to The Heights last year in response to the bombings that rocked the city.

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    Kabacinski Prepares To Run Marathon For A Cause

    April 9, 2014

    Kabacinski was never the best runner in a group of sixth-grade athletes. In fact, he finished in last place, or near the bottom of the standings, in almost every race, but that did not stop him from training to run the Boston Marathon.

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    'Dear Boston' Exhibit Commemorates Marathon

    April 9, 2014

    Currently, the Boston Public Library's McKim Exhibition Hall holds 150 pairs of running shoes, tattered from the 26.2-mile stretch they endured before being left in Copley Square. These shoes, Sharpie-tattooed with messages of support and inspiration, are part of a new BPL exhibit.

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    COLUMN: A Reminder To Love What Is Old

    The Heart Of The City

    April 9, 2014

    In a city that so often pushes its way into the future, it is important to remember the value of what's old, even if it is hidden underneath what is new.

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    Restaurant Brings City A Taste Of Greece

    Gyro City Offers Traditional Greek Cuisine Near The Fenway T Stop

    April 9, 2014

    Gyro City offers fresh, authentic Greek food at college-friendly prices daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Prep-work begins at 6 a.m. in order to ensure that all of the food—which is handmade on site—is ready for the lunch crowd.

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    Boston Joins C40 Climate Leadership Group

    April 9, 2014

    The city’s commitment to environmental responsibility has been recognized globally, and Boston was invited to join the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group.

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    COLUMN: Synthesizing Math And Baseball

    Bennet's Banter

    April 9, 2014

    Baseball and math junkies, if you’re looking for a creative, new way to enhance your passion in 2014, then you’re in luck.

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    Group Promotes Local Architecture

    The Boston Society Of Architects Proposes A Design Plan For The Mayor

    April 2, 2014

    The Boston Society of Architects (BSA) tries to foster discussion among the public about different design issues facing the city through its quarterly publication ArchitectureBoston

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    Publication Notes Acts Of Kindness After Tragedy

    'If Not For The Perfect Stranger' Tells Stories Of Solidarity From The Finish Line

    April 2, 2014

    The people who ran into the chaos and commotion at the finish line after the explosions were the ones who inspired the creation of the recently published book If Not for the Perfect Stranger: Heartwarming and Healing Stories of Kindness from the 2013 Boston Marathon.

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    COLUMN: Finding The Right Marathon Shirt

    T for Two

    April 2, 2014

    Students preparing to enjoy the Boston Marathon should remember why we are celebrating and try to choose a shirt that is both fun and respectful.

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    Boston Area Rape Crisis Center Strives To Raise Awareness About Assaults

    April 2, 2014

    Originally founded in 1973 to serve as a hotline center to field calls from rape survivors, the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC) is now one of the largest independent sexual assault crisis centers in Massachusetts.

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    COLUMN: A Labor Of Paper Love

    Edge of Town

    April 2, 2014

    An MIT group has launched an initiative called Cranes for Collier, and there could be no greater tribute to fallen MIT police officer Sean Collier.

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    Ristorante Olivio Born From Years Of Labor

    Chef DiGirolamo Discusses The Lessons Learned Through Years In The Food Business

    April 2, 2014

    A lifetime of experience in the food service industry has culminated in Chef Angelo Bernardo DiGirolamo’s masterpiece of an Italian eatery, Ristorante Olivio.

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    COLUMN: Exciting MBTA Changes Hit The Track

    Bennet's Banter

    April 2, 2014

    Recently, there have been many changes to the MBTA system in Boston, but what should be made of them?

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    Hubway Bike Sharing System To Reopen Tomorrow

    April 1, 2014

     

    With the start of spring comes the long awaited reopening of the Hubway bike system tomorrow, and ten new stations have been added to the system.

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    Boston Public Library Will Undergo Renovations To Better Integrate With City

    Library Hopes To Appeal To Younger Patrons Who Crave Technological Innovation

    March 26, 2014

    The Boston Public Library (BPL) has two faces—and one of them is getting a serious face lift.

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    Students Prepare For Effects Of MBTA Changes

    Government Center Stop Will Remain Closed For Two Years, Late Night Hours Start Tomorrow

    March 26, 2014

    The early spring season has already included many major changes for the MBTA, including the extension of its public transit service hours and the two-year closing of Government Center, the T station located under City Hall Plaza in the heart of downtown Boston, and these changes are having an effect on BC students.

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    First Annual Boston Design Week Hosts City Events

    March 26, 2014

    More than 80 events, including demonstrations, speakers, open houses, and cocktail receptions, are taking place throughout Boston this week as part of a new citywide festival.

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    Walsh Looks For Boston To Have Greater Clout In Casino Debate

    March 26, 2014

    Walsh’s administration made a statement in two letters to the state’s gambling commission on Wednesday, which asserts that Boston is a host community to a Mohegan Sun casino project at Suffolk Downs in Revere and to a Wynn Resorts proposal in Everett.

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