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RT @gentlegiantmove: Here's an awesome video from the Boston SharkFest Swim that Gentle Giant helped out at. We love that dirty water! ...
RT @EastCambBiz: Also joining smoke this rib fest judging panel will be Dave Andelman of @PhantomGourmet. Man knows his ribs. #ECRibFes ...
RT @bike_theworld @neighbormedia: @MarkHJaquith reports on Education First groundbreaking and North Point Park history http://t.co/TiKWW77x
RT @AmyBoston: Brand New Penthouse Duplex+Terrace+Garage @NorthPointCondo #NorthPointPark for rent at $3,400/month http://t.co/xmu68Alc
RT @hubway: Sign up or renew Hubway membership at Friday's "Walk/RideDay" at CambridgeCityHall & get @Bernhelmets FREE! http://t.co/HrGr6T1b
RT @lifeisgood: Thank you everyone for an #amazing day 1 of #LIGFest. Check out some photo highlights: http://t.co/cLvvr0gJ
RT @charliemarquard @CDDat344: Join @kendallnow for the #KendallSqEatup on Oct 2, from 6pm-8pm! For tickets & info: http://t.co/IXyLjfpx
Category Archives: Sports
the NorthPoint neighborhood covers 45 acres in 3 different cities? Cambridge, Somerville and Boston (Charlestown). With the highway barriers, we sometimes forget that Charlestown is not only close-by, but actually on the NorthPoint development site! The new pedestrian and cyclist access via the North Bank Bridge will help to strengthen the NorthPoint – Charlestown connection. Continue reading
On-going learn-to-skate classes for children ages 4-1/2 and up and foradults are held Saturdays at 2 p.m. at the Simoni Rink on Gore Street! The Simoni rink is only an 8 minute walk from Northpoint. Students may wear whatever type … Continue reading
A Biased Review of the Best Skiing in New England… With so much going on in Boston, it’s easy to forget that we live in the only major metropolitan area on the East Coast with convenient, day-trip access to some … Continue reading
TheStreet ranks Cambridge No. 5 best U.S. bike city… “Each day, cyclists converge on the bike lanes of the Massachusetts Avenue corridor that runs through MIT, touches Genzyme, Sanofi Aventis, Biogen Idec, Akamai and other firms in Kendall Square, makes … Continue reading