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Celebrate 4th of July in the Birthplace of the American Revolution [Virtually]

Celebrate 4th of July in the Birthplace of the American Revolution [Virtually]

Boston’s Hospitality & Tourism Industry Responds to COVID-19

We are starting a new blog series highlighting leaders from Boston’s hospitality and tourism industry and the ways they are responding to the impact of Coronavirus. The first installment is an in interview with the President & CEO of the Greater...

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A Message of Love and Support from Boston to the World

Last weekend, the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau (GBCVB), in collaboration with hotel partners and the City of Boston, launched the #LoveFromBoston digital campaign.

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Experience the Best of Boston While Social Distancing

Even though the world is in lockdown due to COVID-19, you can still “visit” some of Boston’s best attractions virtually, from the comfort of your own home. In this week’s blog, we give you a list of resources put together by some our city’s best...
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Boston Works to Accelerate Climate Action

Last week, the American Meteorological Society celebrated its 100th anniversary and held its 100th Annual Meeting at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. The AMS Annual Meeting is the largest trade show for the weather, water, and climate...

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Boston is the Best Hospital City in the Nation and Second-Best in the World

Medbelle, a London and Berlin-based startup and the first ever “digital hospital”, recently published a study ranking the best hospital cities in the world. Instead of focusing on individual hospitals, researchers analyzed the overall hospital...

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The Ultimate Roundup of Boston’s Best Fall Activities

Fall is just around the corner and we’re looking forward to all the exciting things that this amazing season brings: the changing leaves, crisp air, cider donuts and pumpkin pies, apple picking, pumpkin patches, and, of course, endless Halloween...

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Massachusetts Further Cements Its Position as a Biotech Leader

Last Monday at MassBio’s Digital Health Impact 2019 event, Gov. Charlie Baker announced a new biotech investment initiative totaling $6.7 million. The $6.7 million in grants will be awarded through the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center to nine...

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BCEC’s Neighborhood is Getting Its First Grocery Store This Fall!

In case you missed the news, the Boston Business Journal recently reported that the South Boston Waterfront, home to the BCEC, will finally be getting its first major grocery store. A new Trader Joe’s will open its doors this fall at 44 Thomson...

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10 Healthy & Delicious Dining Spots Near the BCEC and the Hynes

Lobster rolls, clam chowder, baked beans, and cream pies might be some of the first foods that come to mind when you think of Boston. And while no visit to Boston is complete without getting a taste of these culinary classics, the city offers an...

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Boston Ranked #1 City for Energy Efficiency

Boston is ranked the top U.S. city for energy efficiency, according to the 2019 City Clean Energy Scorecard, shared by the nonprofit American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy.

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