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Business Owners and Residents Alike Feel Right At Home In Kendall Square Business Owners and Residents Alike Feel Right At Home In Kendall Square

By Pamela Sosnowski

What was once a dormant part of Cambridge is now a thriving community for corporations, residents, shops, and restaurants. Kendall Square is now one of the city's most sought after neighborhoods to work, live, and play in.

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Shiso Kitchen's Cooking Classes Gives Folks the Chance to Explore Their Culinary Curiosity Shiso Kitchen's Cooking Classes Gives Folks the Chance to Explore Their Culinary Curiosity

By S. Mathur

Located in a foodie neighborhood in Somerville, MA, Shiso Kitchen teaches a diverse range of cooking skills in a friendly atmosphere. Be prepared for an evening of serious culinary learning, amazing food and and much laughter.

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A A "STEP" Towards Improved Transportation in Somerville

By Pamela Sosnowski

The Somerville Transportation Equity Partnership, or STEP, was formed to improve transportation opportunities for the city's residents. Besides advocating for the Green Line extension, the group is also promoting "SomerVision" which will bring jobs, green space, and biking paths to the community.

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Renowned Cambridge Boat Club Hosts Junior Programs and the Largest World Race Renowned Cambridge Boat Club Hosts Junior Programs and the Largest World Race

By Kelly Church

Home to competitive rowers, the Cambridge Boat Club has members who compete in competitive rowing competitions all over the world and is host to the world's largest annual rowing race: Head of the Charles Regatta. However, the Cambridge Boat Club also has programs for the less advanced rowers, even teaching juniors the basics to build a foundation for future advanced rowing.

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Meet Michael Brook, Cultural Anthropologist Turned Wedding Photographer Meet Michael Brook, Cultural Anthropologist Turned Wedding Photographer

By Kelly Church

Cambridge, MA Michael Brook started Michael Brook Photography after a cultural anthropology trip to Hungary, showing him his life passion. Brook primarily shoots wedding photography, which he learned after attending multiple friends' weddings and seeing the "pageantry" at the events.

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Clinton Blackburn Photography: Specializing in Headshots, Portrait Photography Clinton Blackburn Photography: Specializing in Headshots, Portrait Photography

By Kelly Church

Specializing in portrait photography, Clinton Blackburn Photography was born out of a long flight back to the United States from Ghana in 2009. Blackburn now has a full photography business in Cambridge, MA and specializes in portrait photography. 

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Boston String Ensemble Provides Sweet Sounds For All Types of Events Boston String Ensemble Provides Sweet Sounds For All Types of Events

By Pamela Sosnowski

The Boston String Ensemble has performed at over 600 functions since its inception a decade ago. Although classically trained musicians make up the group, they can perform any piece of music including rock, jazz, and top 40.

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Mmmmaven Teaches The Tricks of the Mix Mmmmaven Teaches The Tricks of the Mix

By Pamela Sosnowski

Boston's very own DJ and electronic production school, Mmmmaven, will have aspiring DJs mashing and mixing music after just a few lessons. The school takes a hands-on approach, teaching students the basics of DJ equipment and record history from the bottom up.

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Hopsters Strives to Build a Community of Brewers, One Patron at a Time Hopsters Strives to Build a Community of Brewers, One Patron at a Time

By Elisha Neubauer

Longing for the tastes of his homeland, UK native Lee Cooper wanted to launch his own local brewery to fill the void.

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Russian School of Mathematics Gives Children a Solid Math Foundation Russian School of Mathematics Gives Children a Solid Math Foundation

By Pamela Sosnowski

When American schools cannot help children get a grasp on math skills, the Russian School of Mathematics can. For almost 20 years the school has helped students excel by encouraging them to think problems through.

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