Articles Posted in the " Boston " Category

  • Major Companies Creating Steady Value to Kendall Square Market

    Office space in Cambridge is always in great demand. The overall vacancy rate of office market in Cambridge declined from 10.8% in 2012 to 9.0% in 2013. According to the Greater Boston Market Viewpoint Report conducted by Colliers International, the direct asking rent for Class A and Class B office in East Cambridge have both […]


  • Green Line Extension, Bitter or Sweet?

    President Obama released the budget of $100 million in federal fiscal year 2015 supporting the MBTA (Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority) Green Line Extension project (GLX) which benefits the economy and environment of Somerville and Medford communities in the upcoming several years. “The Green Line Extension offers Somerville and the region both economic justice and environmental […]


  • Healthier Economy Brings Better Business Opportunities

      The Business Monitor International upgraded their 2014 real GDP growth forecast from 2.7% to 2.8% with growth set to average 2.4% per year from 2013-2018. Our economy is recovering. With a growing external trade demand from the key US trade partners, including Canada, Mexico and the United Kingdom, both the industrial and office segments […]


  • Shen Yun 2014

    Driving through Cambridge you may have seen signs for Shen Yun 2014. Shen Yun Performing Arts will be holding events at the Citi Performing Arts Center, Wang Theatre from February 28th to March 2nd. This is an all-new 2014 show with a live performing orchestra. Shen Yun Performing Arts presents a classical Chinese dance and […]


  • Boston Jewish Music Festival

    Boston is a classic and energetic city full of artistic breath that appeals to professionals and businesses all around the world. One of Boston’s classics is back for the fourth year in a row, The Boston Jewish Music Festival held from February 23rd to March 28th. This event was first created by Joey Baron, executive […]


  • A Historic Agreement for Chelsea, MA

    Chelsea, Massachusetts is in the midst of a historic agreement for the city; The City Council unanimously endorsed a resolution, which authorizes City Manager Jay Ash to enter into a $2.5 million a year deal for Surrounding Community Agreement with Mohegan Sun. Manager Jay Ash and City Council President Matt Frank discussed the agreement, and […]


  • NESN – Drama at the Station

    I bet many of you watch a sporting network favorite, NESN, almost everyday. What many of you probably don’t know well, but have heard of, the recent drama behind NESN’s closed doors. NESN recently made a huge announcement yesterday morning when Red Sox chairman Tom Werner addressed Red Sox Media in Fort Myers, Florida saying […]



  • Community Cooks – Serving the Community with Meals

    Community Cooks is a volunteer organization serving meals to those in the community who need it. Community Cooks has grown tremendously recently since first starting up in Somerville twenty-three years ago. It started out as a few neighbors cooking hot meals for the Somerville Homeless Coalition. But the idea of this and the charity work […]


  • Cambridge Does Not Want to be Associated With the Word Suburb

    According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary the word suburb has three different meanings that are all related. The first definition is an “outlying part of a city or town”, the second is “a smaller community adjacent to or within commuting distance of a city”, and the third is “the residential area on the outskirts of a […]


  • Calling All Chocolate Lovers

    On a cold and frigid day, and at anytime of the day there is nothing better than a scorching mug of hot chocolate. Not only is Boston known for its extravagant restaurants it’s also known for its cafes. If you’re looking for that perfect drink to heat you up after a cold day out and […]


  • Getting The Attention Of The New Demographic

    They’ve been referred to as millennials, Generation Y, or eighties babies.  Whatever you choose to call them one fact still hold true: the demographic of people born from the early 1980’s the late 1990’s to currently represent 28.5 percent of the population. The 28.5 percentage means that they are the single largest group accounted for […]