Dennis Boulet Street Art Boston

Following in the footsteps of a local street chalk artist

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Wiggy the piggy Faneuil Hall

This little piggy skipped the market and went straight to

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Your disability does not define you. A lesson that is at the heart of special education teacher Joe Skahan's teaching method. In his classroom, it

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IM Boston was fortunate enough to chat with the executive director of the AIDS Action Committee, Carl Sciortino.  Mr. Sciortino has been executive director of

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John Clarke is the head instructor of Brazilian jiu jitsu and mixed martial arts at Broadway Jiu Jitsu located in South Boston. He is a

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Planning a trip to Southeast Asia? Meet an agent from Audley Travel who specializes in planning trips, Lauren Burzalow.   Can you tell us a bit

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Today we bring you the story of Qianqian Wei, but you can call her Cecilia. Cecilia is an ambitious graduate student from China who

We met up with Robin Yang, the 27-year-old co-founder of ARK apparel in Brighton, to talk about entrepreneurship and the internationalization of business in

After being personally affected by the consequences of drug and alcohol abuse, Mike Smith refused to sit idly and allow this to happen to

Imagine you are sitting in a forest-- completely still. It doesn’t seem like anything is happening at first glance, but once you start exploring, you

While some comfortably work 9 to 5 office jobs, Cameron Morton never spends two days the same way. As an assistant director with the

Sometimes Jess Saade feels like she is leading a double life. By day, this Brandeis graduate works at a public health social impact group

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Walking into Laced, the luxury sneaker boutique located on Mass Ave, is like walking into a 17-year-old boy's dream bedroom. Decked out in the

Raphael Brickman has a love for food that has only grown and intensified over the years. Refusing to ignore this passion, he combined his

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What started as thinking up an alternative to throwing away old koozies has become James Dobson's newfound love and career. . While working at a bar,

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If you tend to indulge yourself in the “Foodstagram” craze taking over Instagram and other forms of social media, chances are you’ve come across

Jason Talbot's undying passion for utilizing the talents of inner-city youths and his ability to see art in everything around him, both helped in his

Exploring the intersection of fashion and illustration, Holly Nichols has found a profession that caters to both her interests. In her Braintree-based studio, Nichols offers

Infected with what seemed like an incurable case of wanderlust from a young age, Bob Heaney, founder of Boston Crawling historic pub crawls, has

Whether it's in the dentist chair brushing up someone's pearly whites, or on the stage juggling meat cleavers, Dr. Myron Allukian Jr. simply lives

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Her initials spell out ASH, a constant reminder for her to keep her “passion for creativity and life always burning.” With over 5,000 Instagram

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Known for his futuristic looking gym sneaker design, Darin Hager has spent the past 27 years in Boston and the past 19 running Heyday Footwear.

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Can you use three words to describe yourself and tell us why? Adaptive, a realistic idealist (can that count as one?) & deliberate. I am

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The wonderful weather this past weekend had us strolling around the lively, Boston Common. We came across a crowd gathered around what we’d like to