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Like many of the best things in life, the idea for Bluestockings Boutique came about thanks to a beer, a porch, and a question. More

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What It’s Like Owning the Most Famous Dog in Boston
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Grumpy Cat memed her way into her own Christmas movie. New York City’s Marnie the Dog regularly receives invitations from celebrities. Here in Boston, an 11-year-old Samoyed and his owner can’t walk the streets of Back Bay without being stopped by onlookers for petting and pictures. His full title is Champion Skilo Bear’s Ivy League C.G.C. Samoyed Sir Harvard, but owner Dana Sullivan calls him Harvard Dangerfield for short. More

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Remembering Leonard Nimoy: A Look Back at His Time in Boston’s West End
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UPDATE (12:30 p.m. 2/27/15): Actor Leonard Nimoy has passed away at age 83 in his home in Los Angeles. Nimoy had been admitted to the hospital earlier this week with chest pains. His wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, confirmed that the cause of death was end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. More

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How a Group of Local Shovelers Dug a 40-Foot Snow Tunnel on a Medford Bike Path
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Along the Malden and Mystic Rivers sits the Wellington Greenway, a hiking and biking path that leads users from Boston’s inner harbor into Medford. It’s quite popular with commuters at the Wellington Station T stop on the Orange line. However, snow removal efforts by the MBTA blocked the path with a gigantic mountain of snow, rendering it all but accessible. That is, until a few local cyclists took matters into their own hands. More

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Harvard Investigating Widely Circulated, Vicious Reply-All Email Smackdown
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You would think given the school’s prestige, the gentlemen of Harvard University would settle their disputes via a round of Socratic dialogue, or perhaps a quick rowing session with the six-man crew team of their choice.

But it appears that much like roommates who won’t do their dishes or coworkers who keep eating your yogurt even though it’s clearly labeled, the preferred way to deal with a Crimson man who has stepped out of bounds is via a lengthy, expletive-filled reply-all email rant. More

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Watch 2 Snowmen Blast Each Other with Fireworks to Celebrate the End of Winter
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It’s 45 degrees today, roofs are collapsing from all the melting snow, and even though we’re likely getting more snow tonight, it feels like the winter from hell is finally coming to an end. To celebrate, here’s two snowmen destroying each other with Roman candles. More

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Let’s Just Stop Thinking and Enjoy ‘House of Cards’ For What It Is
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Whether you love it, you hate it or are simply amused by it, we can probably all agree that House of Cards is rarely boring. This is a television program that manages to make even the most mundane acts at least slightly compelling, whether it’s frying some eggs, tossing back a shot of super expensive vodka or even taking a leak on the gravestone of your dead dad. More

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Harvard Grad Invents Bearpants, A Warm and Fuzzy Cure For Winter Weather
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The fashion remedy to one of the harshest winters ever seen here in Boston has finally arrived: Bearpants. These weather resistant pants are made of high quality fleece, making them a perfect pick for trekking through snow covered streets or just lounging on the couch. More

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