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Here’s a running list of Black-owned businesses to support in Greater Boston

By Kristi Palma, Boston.com Staff. Updated on October 16, 2020 Mass. residents are supporting racial justice in Massachusetts by protesting the killing of George Floyd at rallies and vigils across the city and state and by patronizing Black-owned businesses and restaurants. RELATED LINKS How to support racial justice in Massachusetts Boston-area bookstores are sharing anti-racist reading lists. Here’s what’s on them. …

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Green Cambridge, Cambridge Local First Announce Winners of Cambridge City Nature Art Challenge: Youth Art Depicts Fisher, Blue Jay, and Ducks

CAMBRIDGE, MA (July 1,  2020) Green Cambridge and Cambridge Local First (CLF) have announced the winners of the Cambridge City Nature Art Challenge. Raúl The Third, a 2020 Pura Belpré Award recipient for ¡Vamos! Let’s Go to Market, judged the entries in Kindergarten through Grade 3. The judge for entries in Grade 5 and above …

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Save Our Economy Now!

A Call to Action for Local Business Save Our Economy Now! Keep American Business Alive! Fellow business owners, community partners, and allies! Call to action:  Join our petition to urge the federal government take action now to save our economy, by signing up here! Cambridge Local First, along with the Sustainable Business Network (SBN) of Massachusetts, …

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Coronavirus: Resources and Virtual Business Services

Given the increased recommendations on social distancing, we are compiling a list of COVID-related resources and virtual business services. This list will be updated as new information arises. Send ideas to Theo at theodora@cambridgelocalfirst.org. The following is a list of local Cambridge businesses that are open and operating within the guidelines set forth by federal, …

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Charlie Marquardt

Mid-Cambridge Cleaners  and Cambridge Spirits Bio: Born in Boston (St. Margaret’s Hospital) as the first of six children and raised in Billerica and Winchester, MA while working weekends and holidays at my father’s Cambridge-based small business, Coady Florist. My father bought Coady Florist in 1970 and my brother, Dan, has been running it for the last few years …

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Ode to Dad

Sometimes they’re grumpy, sometimes they’re busy, sometimes they go get the mail in a pair of embarrassingly tight bleach-white briefs and there’s nothing you can do about it. Dads are by nature, mysterious. But, it is our duty, and privilege to bear witness to their bold dismissal of social norms like public nudity. It also, …

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Looking Good, Looking Local: Recapping CLF’s Look of Local Fashion Show

The Look of Local Fashion Show celebrated local retailers and makers in Cambridge. Businesses and makers worked individually and as teams to show off their summer collections on the runway. Vendors set up pop-up tables to give guests a chance to buy some of the amazing items on display while community volunteer models prowled the …

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I’m Locally Yours

Brattle Square Florist: 31 Brattle Street, Cambridge, MA 02138 Central Square Florist, 653 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139 Coady Florist, 1540 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA 02139 Boston Bead Company, 23 Church Street, Cambridge, MA 02138 Irish Imports, 1737 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138 Nomad, 1741 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02140 Rebekah Brooks Jewelry, 17 Brattle Street Cambridge, MA 02138 Singing Stones Jewelry, www.singingstonesjewelry.com Tis tiK, 54 Church Street, Cambridge, MA …

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