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“Firing on all cylinders” is what it takes to survive a pandemic, and that’s just what boutique owner-designer Erica Lurie is doing. While many popular locally-owned boutiques have closed due to loss of business, Garnish Apparel — offering locally created designs of contemporary women’s clot…

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The Village Movement began in Boston around 1999 as a neighborhood-based membership organization. The impetus was a desire to help older adults stay in their homes as long as possible. Dues range $25-$65 per month, which cover village administrative fees, connections to discounted services a…

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