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  • Get Social with the Super Bowl 51 Re-Watch Party for Patriots Fans

    Get Social with the Super Bowl 51 Re-Watch Party for Patriots Fans

    Tonight on at 7 pm, FS1 is replaying Super Bowl 51 in its entirety. And if you head over to the Patriots Facebook page, Paul Perillo and Mike Dussault will be hosting a live Patriots watch party,...

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  • Patriots Team Plane Brings 1.2 Million Masks to the U.S.

    Patriots Team Plane Brings 1.2 Million Masks to the U.S.

    Even in the off-season, the New England Patriots continue to impress us. Governor, Charlie Baker, announced that the Kraft Family sent the New England Patriots team plane to China to retrieve more...

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  • Top Grocery and Food Delivery Services in Boston

    Top Grocery and Food Delivery Services in Boston

    These are scary and uncertain times. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the fewer trips to the store, the better.  Nonetheless, people need groceries and supplies. Among those on the front lines of this...

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  • Boston on Budget’s Guide to Passover Delivery and Takeout

    Boston on Budget’s Guide to Passover Delivery and Takeout

    This year’s Pandemic Passover will certainly be different, to say the least. The holiday, beginning on April 8th this year, will not only have fewer family members, but food will vary depending on...

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  • Costco Shopping Policy Shifts to Stop Coronavirus Spread

    Costco Shopping Policy Shifts to Stop Coronavirus Spread

    Even longer lines may be forming at your local Costco. Beginning Friday, April 3, Costco is temporarily changing its membership policy in order to control how many people are in the warehouse at...

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  • Starbucks Manager Turns a Closed Cafe into a Mask Making Hub

    Starbucks Manager Turns a Closed Cafe into a Mask Making Hub

    Starbucks manager, Heather Staples, uses her empty coffee shop to create masks as her contribution during the COVID – 19 Crisis. This innovative manager has utilized her empty Starbucks dining...

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  • Things to Do in Boston This Weekend (April 3-5): Free & Cheap Events

    Things to Do in Boston This Weekend (April 3-5): Free & Cheap Events

    With the current situation, we’re urging our readers to practice social distancing and stay at home. With each day feeling like the last, we’re sharing some free and safe things you can do in the...

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  • Gronk and Kostek donate 20,000 masks to those who need it most

    Gronk and Kostek donate 20,000 masks to those who need it most

    It has been a rough few weeks but we can always rely on Gronk and Kostek to make us smile! To lend a hand during the COVID-19 Crisis, Rob Gronkowski and partner Camille Kostek have donated 20,000...

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  • Boston Calling Officially Cancels 2020 Dates

    Boston Calling Officially Cancels 2020 Dates

    The biggest concert event in New England officially called it quits. Boston Calling is an annual event that takes place every May in the Boston area. The festival was set to take place the weekend...

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  • Disney Is Bringing the Magic to Your Home

    Disney Is Bringing the Magic to Your Home

    We all need a little magic right now, and Disney’s new virtual parade will certainly do the trick. Grab your kids and a bowl of popcorn, and put on your favorite Disney costume: we’re (virtually)...

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  • Two Blood Drives in Massachusetts Today

    Two Blood Drives in Massachusetts Today

    As more and more businesses and events are shutdown due to coronavirus, fear of blood shortage grows. To help meet demands, the American Red Cross is putting on two blood drives today, Tuesday the...

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  • Things to do in Boston This Week (March 30-April 5): Free and Cheap Events

    Things to do in Boston This Week (March 30-April 5): Free and Cheap Events

    It’s been a crazy few weeks, to say the least. With all that is going on in the city of Boston, and the world, below are some fun, free and safe things to do while staying at home and maintain...

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  • Free Education Subscriptions Available Now

    Free Education Subscriptions Available Now

    Due to the coronavirus, a majority of schools and universities are moving toward virtual learning and many closing their doors indefinitelt. In response to this, educational companies are offering...

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  • Crush Pizza Offering Free Pizza Slices to People Who Need Them

    Crush Pizza Offering Free Pizza Slices to People Who Need Them

    With restaurants closing their dining rooms and only offering takeout and delivery, its safe to say that revenue is down and many businesses are struggling. However, that’s not keeping Crush Pizza...

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  • Massachusetts State Income Tax Deadline Officially Extended to July 15

    Massachusetts State Income Tax Deadline Officially Extended to July 15

    As April 15th nears, residents across the state often stress to get both state and federal income taxes filed. But it’s time to breathe a small sigh of relief, as Governor Charlie Baker has...

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  • Chelmsford Catholic Collaborative Is Hosting Drive Thru Confessions

    Chelmsford Catholic Collaborative Is Hosting Drive Thru Confessions

    Churches all over Massachusetts have suspending in-person services due to the coronavirus outbreak, with many opting for online services. One church is getting creative with a different kind of...

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  • Boston Restaurants Offer Cocktail Kits To Go

    Boston Restaurants Offer Cocktail Kits To Go

    Since restaurants are forced to close their dining rooms during the coronavirus outbreak, many are looking for creative new ways to create revenue and meet the needs of those stuck at home. For...

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  • 4 Companies Looking to Hire Big in Boston

    4 Companies Looking to Hire Big in Boston

    As more and more people stay at home to quarantine and fight the spread of coronavirus, companies are hiring extra workers to help with delivery and pickup services. While many of the jobs are...

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  • Boston’s Plastic Bag Ban Is Temporarily Lifted

    Boston’s Plastic Bag Ban Is Temporarily Lifted

    It looks like plastic bags are making a comeback in the city of Boston amidst the coronavirus outbreak. The temporary order applies to all essential businesses, which include grocery stores,...

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  • City of Boston Offers Free Bluebikes for Transport to Hospital Staff

    City of Boston Offers Free Bluebikes for Transport to Hospital Staff

    The City of Boston, along with support from rideshare company, Lyft, is offering hospital staff members free access to Bluebikes for a month as they work hard to deal with the coronavirus...

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