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Happy #FirstDayOfSpring! Whether you're bringing home a bouquet for yourself or ordering an arrangement to thank your #Easter host next weekend, fresh blooms from Central Square Florist make every day a little brighter. 🌷💐
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The only proper way to celebrate #StPatricksDay in #CentralSQ — enjoying a Guinness paired with traditional Irish food & music at The Phoenix Landing, of course. Cheers! 🍺🍀
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It’s time for the latest #CSBAspotlight — Teddy Shoes, Inc.! This #CentralSQ staple has been a part of our community since 1957 and has evolved with the neighborhood. “When my father (Theodore) started the business, his parents owned this building — so we’ve always been located in this exact spot. I was finishing up at the University of Miami and when my father called and offered me the opportunity to take over his business. I started with him in August of 1978 and I’ve been here ever since. He told me ‘customers can buy shoes anywhere, but if you treat them well they’re always going to come back.’ We aim to really take care of our clients and make sure that everyone leaves satisfied. When we opened, the store specialized in cancellations and factory seconds. At one point there were 16 shoe stores on the block, but Teddy Shoes is the last one standing. We’ve really evolved to be a dance supply store — it’s nearly 90% of my business. We cover everything from ballet to flamenco and carry all of the necessary shoes and garments. We do have family footwear, ladies shoes, oversize, hosiery, and lingerie as well. In 1993, the only two Capezio dance stores in the Boston area closed at the same time. My customers asked me to try to get the line, so I decided to make an investment. From there we began selling more & more dance brands and formed great relationships with companies like the Boston Ballet, José Mateo Ballet Theatre, and so many other local studios. We carry specific items that they require their dancers wear and even list each school’s dress code on our website. I’ve been a member of the CSBA for a long, long time and am proud to still support the organization. I can’t stress enough the importance of small business. We work with our customers to give them the best quality of products and service possible — and see countless return customers due to their satisfaction. If customers don’t give small businesses the opportunity to earn their business, it’s going to be really hard for them to stick around.” — Steven Adelson, Owner of Teddy Shoes
Celebrate #NationalWomensHistoryMonth with the No Makeup Series in #CentralSQ this Thursday! CSBA member YWCA Cambridge is hosting an exhibition by Steve Osemwenkhae showcasing the natural beauty of women through photographs and stories. Thursday 3/15 • 6pm • RSVP: No Makeup Series by Steve Osemwenkhae
Even our T stops have character. #CentralSQ 📷: @harmonywitte on Instagram
This #InternationalWomensDay, we celebrate all the wonderful women in #CentralSQ, but especially On The Rise — a day program that serves women in need. #CSBAspotlight
At the API Arts Network Kick Off - Creative Action for Social Change, last night, Creative City-supported Shaw Pong Liu performed and gave a presentation about her work. A lively discussion about breaking down silos, elevating API artists in Boston, and sharing knowledge among the broader API community followed the presentation. All API artists and arts administrators are encouraged to attend future API Arts Network events.
“Inside, things feel tropical. The place is all aqua accents, cool tile, and repurposed wood, green fronds unfurling from planters… There are people here of all ages, colors, and backgrounds. For this, as well as for the food, La Fábrica Central stands out.” — Devra First for The Boston Globe #CSBAspotlight
If you’re going to cheat on your diet, do it right. Have you been to Roxy's Grilled Cheese in #CentralSQ yet? #CSBAspotlight 📷: @vivian_foodie on Instagram
Day and night, #GraffitiAlley shines bright. #CentralSQ 📷: @sjnoyes on Instagram
A little #MondayMotivation from WeWork 💭 #CSBAspotlight 📷: @anintrovertsadventures on Instagram
A great Saturday night spot: Brick & Mortar… if you can find it. #CSBAspotlight
Times are changing, but we’re only moving forward in #CentralSQ. #TBT Modern day photo: @katefnbarry on Instagram
Whether you’re looking for the classics or exploring new releases, #CSBA member Cheapo Records has all the vinyl you could ever dream of. 🎶 📷: @lavidadegreta on Instagram
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Even our four-legged friends are #CitizensOfCentralSQ. 📷: @simcoe_pup on Instagram
Spotted in #CentralSQ: a mural of everything we stand for. Join us on our mission to provide support for the citizens & businesses as well as advocate for positive improvements to the neighborhood! Learn more about joining the CSBA at centralsq.org. 📷: @cfspink on Instagram
Sushi is always a good idea — especially when accompanied by live music! #CSBA member Thelonious Monkfish has live jazz music every Wednesday through Sunday. #CSeats
#CSBA member Charlie Allen Renovations, Inc. is offering a Spring Special! Save up to $5,000 on your remodeling project when you contract it to start in the spring of 2018. For inquiries and more information, visit charlie-allen.com or email VP Philip at email@example.com.
MIT graduate Phyo N. Kyaw, 23, died shortly after 7:40 p.m. Dec. 27, 2011 at Vassar Street and Massachusetts Avenue, when he was hit by an oil tanker truck turning right onto Vassar. He was on a bicycle.This article has 2 other Boston locations (Show)
...was hit by a car at 12:56 a.m. Jan. 13 as he crossed Massachusetts Avenue near Douglas Street. The driver told police Bixler ran into the crosswalk. He was rushed to Beth Israel...
...died from a 3:45 p.m. July 2, 2002, dooring incident in front of 501 Massachusetts Ave. – not far from where Bixler was struck, but still three blocks from the intersection with...