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More interesting things around Waltham

May 28, 2014 | No Comments

It always amazes me how many interesting things there are to do around town. I’m not sure why it amazes me, but it does! There’s a lot of Festivals in Waltham. Even without the Steampunk Festival this year, we’ve still got the Italian Festa, the Riverfest and the Salsa Festival (the Sheepshearing festival already happened). […]

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Newton’s “Circle of Death” (death not included)

May 18, 2014 | No Comments

I love it when something in the news tweaks my need to search out the history of an area (especially when it’s a dramatic-looking accident – don’t worry, no one died). BREAKING: A first look at that @MBTA bus that broke through a guide rail in Newton from uLocal viewer Simon. #wcvb pic.twitter.com/3tLyr1tal5 — Jim […]

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Trulia Hindsight: Playing with Historical Data

May 17, 2014 | No Comments

I was poking around on the Trulia website (there’s a lot of info there if you dig deep), and came across Trulia Hindsight. It’s a map mashup of building dates – each dot appears at the time when the house was constructed. So, for example, you can watch a section of Waltham come into being. […]

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