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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is looking for a new second headquarters for the company. / Photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons

Boston submits bid for Amazon second headquarters

اسعار اسهم اسواق المزرعه Boston submitted its bid for Amazon’s new second headquarters detailed in a 218-page proposal Oct. 19, offering Suffolk Downs as a potential location. The bid is in response to Amazon’s request for a new campus to complement its main headquarters in Seattle.

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Boston Public Library recently began the process of digitizing their collection of more than 40,000 uncategorized 78rpm records. / Photo by Michael Wheeler

Public library digitizes large record collection

مواقع The Boston Public Library is helping that collection grow by donating almost 200,000 records to The Great78 Project, which is dedicated to preserving historical 78 rpm records. The donated records will travel to Philadelphia, where they will be digitized by George Blood LP before making their way across the country to be preserved by the San Francisco-based Internet Archive.

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Rape crisis center reaches out after #MeToo
The Boston Area Rape Crisis Center, located in Cambridge, has seen an increase in calls after large numbers of women spoke out about sexual harassment they faced at the hands of music producer Harvey Weinstein. Executive Director Gina Scaramella discusses students’ Title IX rights. / Photo by Dylan Shen

Rape crisis center reaches out after #MeToo

اكتشف المزيد هنا Volunteers and staff at the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center have seen an increase in sexual violence reports in response to allegations against Harvey Weinstein and the #MeToo social media campaign.

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Dorothy's Boutique on Massachusetts Avenue finds itself in peak season in the weeks leading up to Halloween. / Photo by Riley Robinson

Dorothy’s Boutique attracts thousands of costume-seekers

الاسه مباشر Opened in 1947, Dorothy’s Boutique has been the year-round, one-stop shop for Bostonians to get any costume imaginable for decades. Located in the heart of Back Bay, Dorothy’s is a very accessible location to students from Northeastern University, Boston University and Berklee College, which makes it all the more popular.

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Students evaluate Gov. Charlie Baker's promises to revamp the MBTA system. / Photo by Elise Harmon

Students and faculty talk MBTA challenges

كيفية شراء وبيع الاسهم As Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker continues to enjoy rising approval ratings, students said his 2014 promises to revamp the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, or MBTA, have still not been realized.

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Mayor Martin J. Walsh and City Councilor Tito Jackson will move on to the final mayoral election in November. / Photo courtesy Tito Jackson, Facebook; Creative Commons
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and City Councilor Tito Jackson faced off in their second debate preceding the Nov. 7 Boston mayoral election. / Photo courtesy Tito Jackson, Facebook; Creative Commons

Walsh, Jackson debate before election

زيارة موقعه على الانترنت By Katie McCreedy, news correspondent Mayor Martin J. Walsh and City Councilor Tito Jackson argued for their agendas during their second debate Tuesday night leading up to the Nov. 7 Election Day. The debate was held at the WGBH radio station in Allston, Massachusetts, and featured hosts Jim Braude and […]

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Christian Picciolini speaks at an Anti-Defamation League event Wednesday about his transformation away from white surpremacy to anti-hate advocacy. / Photo by Gordon Lo

Former skinhead shares message against hate

http://encore-realty.com/?sebig=forex-visa-kort-resef%C3%B6rs%C3%A4kring&b66=1f A former skinhead and neo-Nazi spoke Thursday at the Cambridge Innovation Center in downtown Boston about his experience leading a violent hate group and his efforts to right his wrongs.

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Former astronaut Scott Kelly spoke at the Back Bay Events Center Wednesday about his previous spaceflights and his new memoir.
Former astronaut Scott Kelly spoke at the Back Bay Events Center Wednesday about his previous spaceflights and his new memoir. / Photo by Brian Bae

Former astronaut presents new book in Back Bay

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Women entrepreneurs week
Andrea Silbert, president of the Eos Foundation, moderated a panel at the Women & Venture Capital Conversation Oct. 16, one of many events included in Women Entrepreneurs Week. WE BOS, as it was called, was sponsored by Mayor Martin J. Walsh, and covered topics such as innovation, women in technology and entrepreneurship. / Photo Courtesy Isabel Leon, Mayor's Office

Women entrepreneurs gather for week of growth

انقر الآن WE BOS Week included a pitch competition, educational workshops, informal panels and networking sessions. At these events, the majority of which were free and open to everyone, women entrepreneurs had the opportunity to compete for cash prizes, increase their companies’ visibilities and connect with investors and mentors.

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TEDxBoston explores artificial intelligence

CBOE الخيارات الثنائية وسطاء This year’s TEDxBoston event at the Institute of Contemporary Art Monday presented artificial intelligence from all angles: algorithmic creations are exploring the oceans, predicting patients’ deaths and even writing screenplays performed by human actors.

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