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Boston’s Most Inspiring Stories

Every neighborhood in the Greater Boston area has its own vibe, style, culture and history, but what consistently amazes us is not what differentiates the various neighborhoods but rather what they all have in common.  From Cambridge to the Quincy (and everywhere in between) we’ve been blown away by how many creative and talented people call Boston home.  Check out some of the inspiring stories we’ve discovered throughout the city.

Back Bay, Beacon Hill & South End

 

Brookline, Brighton & Allston

Cambridge & Somerville

Dorchester

Fenway, Symphony & Jamaica Plain

Mattapan

Metrowest & Worcester

Middlesex, Essex & New Hampshire

North End & Downtown

Quincy & South Shore

Roxbury

South Boston

5 Comments

  1. Lee Phenner

    May 31, 2017 at 1:19 am

    There’s so much going on in Roxbury, Dorchester and Mattapan, too. Vital Boston neighborhoods. I recommend you check.Them. Out.

  2. Spencer (@spence.spends)

    February 16, 2018 at 4:36 pm

    Reading all of these stories about people around the Boston area is so inspiring! I loved it! Boston is so full of creative talent and I enjoyed reading the highlights on everyone!

  3. Tyson Pickette

    August 15, 2018 at 2:10 am

    Thank you for showcasing some of the Boston area innovators and inspirations who otherwise wouldn’t get the PR. Keep it up, and we will all keep reading and learning about our local neighbors leading the way in their service industries!

  4. Duncan Putney

    August 27, 2018 at 12:39 pm

    Have you folks heard about the non-profit Children’s Hospitals International Film Festival (CHIFF) that provides a free program of wonderful short films from around the world to kids in hospital beds across the US and now in Canada. And, the kids decide which films will win the festival’s awards. It started right here with the first event at Boston Children’s Hospital in 2017. Learn more at the CHIFF Facebook page @FlickersCHIFF. Andre Stark from Chestnut Hill is one of the co-creators

    • Ken Buzzell

      September 12, 2018 at 11:50 am

      That sounds like a great way to lift the spirits of children in hospitals. It gives their minds something to do other than think about illness etc. I’m sure it gives them a feeling of significance to know their choices matter.
      Also it may very well inspire some of the children to get involved in film or other related fields after they may leave the hospital.

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