10 Must-See Sights in Boston
Boston is my favorite city in the U.S.A since it doesn’t look like the classic American cities. I could say that Boston looks like a European city, it’s architecture, the buildings (everything is the ...
Boston Wine Festival
The Boston Wine Festival, founded by Chef Daniel Bruce in 1989 is held annually at the Boston Harbor Hotel, is one of the nation's longest-running wine and food pairing series. Spanning three and a ha...
List of mayors of Boston
The Mayor of Boston is the head of the municipal government in Boston, Massachusetts. Boston has a mayor-council system of government. The Mayor’s Office is in Boston City Hall, in Government Center. ...
List of mayors of Boston - Wikipedia
10 Must-See Sights in Boston
Boston is my favorite city in the U.S.A since it doesn’t look like the classic American cities. I could say that Boston looks like a European city, it’s architecture, the buildings (everything is the ...
Samuel Turell Armstrong
Samuel Turell Armstrong (April 29, 1784 – March 26, 1850) was a U.S. political figure. Born in 1784 in Dorchester, Massachusetts, he was a printer and bookseller in Boston, specializing in religious m...
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List of bells in Boston
This is a compilation of functioning bells in Boston, Massachusetts, located primarily in bell towers.
List of bells in Boston - Wikipedia
Lou Boudreau
Louis "Lou" Boudreau (July 17, 1917 – August 10, 2001) was an American Major League Baseball player and manager. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1970. He was also a radio announcer fo...
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Warren Anatomical Museum
The Warren Anatomical Museum, housed within Harvard Medical School's Countway Library of Medicine, was founded in 1847 by Harvard professor John Collins Warren,whose personal collection comprised 160 ...
Jack Barry (baseball)
John Joseph "Jack" Barry (April 26, 1887 – April 23, 1961) was an American shortstop, second baseman, and manager in Major League Baseball, and later a college baseball coach. From 1908 through 1919, ...
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List of diplomatic missions in Boston
This is a list of diplomatic missions in Boston, Massachusetts (and surrounding environs of "Greater" or "Metro-Boston").The following are of countries which have established a resident consular prese...
List of diplomatic missions in Boston - Wikipedia
List of MBTA bus routes
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority bus division operates bus routes in the Boston, Massachusetts metropolitan area. All routes connect to MBTA subway, MBTA Commuter Rail, and/or other MBTA...
List of MBTA bus routes - Wikipedia
Samuel Abbott Green
Samuel Abbott Green (March 16, 1830 – December 5, 1919) was an American physician-turned-politician from Massachusetts who served as a medical officer during the American Civil War and as mayor of Bos...
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New Charles River Run
The New Charles River Run is an annual running event consisting of three simultaneous races, 5 km, 7.5 miles and 7.5 mile relay, which takes place in Boston, Watertown and Cambridge, MA...
List of members of Boston City Council
This is a list of former Boston City Council members, serving the people of Boston, Massachusetts.
The current City Council sits until the next election, scheduled for 2013, with those elected tak...
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List of booksellers in Boston
This is a partial list of booksellers in Boston, Massachusetts.
List of booksellers in Boston - Wikipedia
Visitor attractions in Boston
The following is a list of sites of interest in Boston, Massachusetts. Some sites appear in multiple lists.
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List of television shows set in Boston
This is a list of television shows set in Boston, Massachusetts:
Shano Collins
John Francis "Shano" Collins (December 4, 1885 – September 10, 1955) was an American right fielder and first baseman in Major League Baseball for the Chicago White Sox and Boston Red Sox.In 1910, Coll...
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Bill Carrigan
William Francis Carrigan (October 22, 1883 – July 8, 1969), nicknamed "Rough", was a Major League baseball catcher. He was born in Lewiston, Maine.
Carrigan started his career as a platoon catche...
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List of Boston Latin School alumni
Boston Latin School is a public exam school located in Boston, Massachusetts, that was founded in 1635. It is the first public school and the oldest existing school in the United States.The school's f...
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Locke-Ober
Locke-Ober (ca.1875-2012), located at 3-4 Winter Place, was the third-oldest restaurant in Boston, Massachusetts, after the Union Oyster House (1826) and Durgin-Park (1827). Locke-Ober featured Frenc...
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Smith & Wollensky
Smith is most frequently used to refer to the most common English-language surname, Smith (surname). It may also refer to:
Charlie's Sandwich Shoppe
Charlie's Sandwich Shoppe is a restaurant located in Boston's South End that is known for serving African-American jazz musicians during the era of segregated hotels, The walls of the diner are adorne...
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William Parker (Boston)
William Parker (November 7, 1793 - October 29, 1873) was an American businessman and politician, who served as acting mayor of Boston, Massachusetts in early 1845.
Parker was one of thirteen child...
List of tallest buildings in Boston
Boston, the capital of the U.S. state of Massachusetts and the largest city in New England, is home to 251 completed high-rises, 27 of which stand taller than 400 feet (122 m). The majo...
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