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Worcester Tweet Up: 4/11 @ 10 a.m. @ Birchtree Bread Company

It’s been a while since we’ve had a #WorcesterTweetUp and there’s a lot going on in the Woo that a number of people decided that we needed to get together, you know, IRL (read: In Real Life) . Please join … Continue reading

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“Common Ground” Music Video

4 Elements is a youth program that uses hip-hop as a vehicle to achieve greater self-confidence, leadership development, and community empowerment. To learn more about 4 Elements please visit www.4elementsworcester.org. Support from Worcester Common Ground CDC, allowed 4 Elements to … Continue reading

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Governor Baker to eliminate the film tax credit?

Governor Charlie Baker recently stated that he’s looking into eliminating the film tax credit so that those dollars could be given to the working poor. Well, Governor Baker, I encourage you to do a little bit more research about the … Continue reading

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“Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture” exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum

Taking place this summer at the Brooklyn Museum you’ll see some an amazing collection of classic sneakers on display as part of the “Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture” exhibit that I’m proud to say that I’ve … Continue reading

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Boston Minority Business Expo 3/7

Do you live in Boston or in the surrounding area and want to learn about businesses owned and operated by minorities? Check out Minority Business Expo taking place on March 7th from 12-5 p.m. at the Boys & Girls Club, … Continue reading

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