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Massachusetts Celebrates National Library Week

Did you know that Massachusetts can proudly claim the nation’s first membership library and the nation’s first public library? And that we have a presidential library, some of the world’s best university libraries, two federal archives, and the world’s largest repository of books for the blind and deaf. Those facts […]

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PAX East 2018 Highlights Massachusetts Innovation and Creativity

The 2018 PaxEast show at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC) did not disappoint. Hundreds of new products were on display. Experts discussed the latest industry trends. Educational programs shared their curriculum and courses while talking to passers-by about career opportunities in the gaming industry. The enthusiastic fan base […]

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Categories: Grow, Innovate, Learn, Work
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Baker-Polito Administration Files Act Enhancing Opportunities for All

The Baker-Polito Administration released a new economic development framework and legislation, An Act Enhancing Opportunities for All, to build on the administration’s efforts to promote economic vitality in our communities and spur economic growth across the state. This bill serves as the next step forward to bolster Massachusetts’ success, building […]

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Education First Promotes Global Learning

Architectural Rendering of Education First’s New Building in Cambridge  The term Global Citizen describes a person increasingly comfortable building a strong identification with the world as a whole. As national borders open to an increasingly globalized society, ease in travel, global trade and advances in technology have allowed for the […]

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Massachusetts Archaeology Month October 2017

October is Archaeology Month in Massachusetts, with a month-long schedule of over 60 exhibits, lectures, walks and events that promote awareness of the Commonwealth’s rich archaeological past. These events are taking place in 30 + cities and towns across the state and range from children’s programs to scholarly discussions of […]

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Massachusetts Tourism Office Creates Thoreau Trail in Concord

Photo Courtesy of RhythmQuietude In honor of Henry David Thoreau’s 200th birthday in 2017, the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism (MOTT) has created a special itinerary of must-see literary attractions and inspirational places throughout historic Concord. Thoreau’s Concord: A Transcendentalist Journey in Massachusetts, charts the places where Thoreau was […]

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Tourism Office Issues MassJazz Guide Celebrating Jazz in Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism (MOTT) has released its 2017-2018 MassJazz Guide showcasing the Bay State’s vibrant year-round jazz scene of festivals, concerts, night clubs, jazz brunches, college courses and radio programs. Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito write in their welcome letter to MassJazz, “As […]

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Smithsonian Magazine Offers Free Guest Passes to 40 + Massachusetts Museums on September 23

Over 40 Massachusetts museums and cultural institutions across the Bay State are opening their doors for free this Saturday, September 23, 2017, as part of Smithsonian Magazine‘s annual Museum Day Live! According to the Smithsonian, “In the spirit of Smithsonian Museums, who offer free admission everyday, Museum Day Live! is […]

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