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"Boston Movie" Is Literally Every Boston Movie Ever

The city of Boston has been home to some of the greatest films in the last two decades ( The Departed, The Town, The Fighter, Good Will Hunting , etc). So it only makes sense that our fair city basically gets a movie of its own thanks to a mashup put together by FunnyOrDie! If Stefon were here, he'...
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Clean Bottles: Boston startup creates sanitary reusable water bottle

Using a reusable water bottle is an easy way to live sustainably. But, many reusable bottles end up growing dangerous germs or mold because they are difficult to clean, so they are thrown out. Even when they are cleaned, a normal water bottle can grow mold in and around the nozzle because there is...
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Green commutes: Protected bike lanes arrive on Comm Ave

Over the past week, the city of Boston has been finishing renovations on the Boston University Bridge that began last summer as a part of Imagine Boston 2030. The project will further Boston 2030’s plan to have no fatal crashes in Boston, as well as to get to a carbon neutral city, by protecting...
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Boston GreenFest: 11th annual sustainability festival at City Hall Plaza

On the first weekend of August, the 11th annual Boston GreenFest will be taking place at Boston's City Hall Plaza. The three-day fest aims to create a sustainable world by empowering its attendees to live green. It also strives to create a green festival through not allowing bottled water on site,...
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Boston Faces Destruction In New 'Godzilla' Trailer

If you've seen the trailer for Godzilla: King of the Monsters , you may have noticed that it's not just select cities with the famous landmarks that are at risk for the titans' battlegrounds. The entire world will face the wrath of not just Godzilla, but a few more recognizeable monsters. But in...
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Food for All: Environmentally sustainable take-out comes to Boston

Every year billions of dollars worth of food is wasted in the United States, yet some people still go hungry. Food for All is looking to change that. Food for All is an app that allows local restaurants to sell their food right before closing, for at least half the normal price. The app is...
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Boston website Food Waste Feast encourages sustainable cooking

Food Waste Feast knows that throwing out food is like throwing away money. This Boston-based website wants to help you save the planet and your wallet with recipes that will turn your unused food into delicious meals. The food-saving website was started by Boston-based sisters Mei and Irene, who...
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Massachusetts State Senate approves MBTA sustainability study for electrifying commuter rails

By 2050, Massachusetts is required by state law to have reduced its carbon emissions by 80 percent below the 1990 baseline level. With the state’s transportation making up about 39 percent of all emissions, it’s no wonder that the MBTA is looking for a more sustainable future. One of their first...
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The Best of WOOFstock 2018

This year's WOOFstock was bigger and better than ever, as we had more visitors, more dogs, more contests, more shows, and a whole lot more fun! Thanks to Tito's Handmade Vodka and all of our vendors, WOOFstock 2018 was another huge success! Photography by Greg Caparell
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Bike sharing services bring thousands of dockless bikes to Boston-area communities

LimeBike and Spin have started introducing thousands of their dockless bikes to Arlington, Bedford, Belmont, Chelsea, Everett, Malden, Medford, Milton, Melrose, Newton, Needham, Revere, Waltham, Watertown and Winthrop over the past month. The bikes are free to the communities hosting them and are...
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