The Arsenal on the Charles

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Vanyaland

July 10, 2015

Lunch In: Here’s the lineup for Arsenal Center for the Arts’ Summer Concert Series

Now that we’re beyond Independence Day and into the beautiful chill-zone called summer, our collective lunch breaks are more than…

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Boston Globe

July 1, 2015

Garrett Harker’s emerging restaurant empire

Gorgeous lionesses clink glasses. Bow-tied men shake hands. Ladies of a certain age toss their hair. It’s noon on a gray Tuesday, but inside Eastern Standard at Kenmore Square’s Hotel Commonwealth, it’s all bubbles and brasserie glitter.

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Events

Sep3

Food Trucks

Time: 11:00am–2:00pm
Location: Building 60 Parking Lot

Chicken & Rice Guys

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Sep3

Watertown Farmers Market

Time: 2:00pm–6:00pm
Location: Building 60 Parking Lot

Featuring Massachusetts-grown vegetables, fruit, meat, eggs, fish, and locally made specialty foods

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Sep4

Food Trucks

Time: 11:00am–2:00pm
Location: Building 60 Parking Lot

The Roving Lunchbox & Teri-Yummy

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Blog

Photo Evidence That Working at athenahealth is Awesome

August 20, 2015

Lots of companies promise a great work environment, but few live up to their own hype. At athenahealth, on the other hand, employees do all the talking. Or rather, sharing. Search #athenaculture on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and you’ll see why immediately.

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Livable Streets Hosts Ride to Improve Boston Transportation

August 4, 2015

Calling all bikers, walkers, and families! On September 12, 2015 Livable Streets will host Tour de Streets, a fun-filled bike ride, scenic walk, and BBQ that benefits the Livable Streets Alliance’s mission to rethink urban transportation.

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Arsenal Feature

Two Hundred Years of Arsenal Campus Growth: 1816-2015

In 1816 the U.S. Government selected and purchased 40 acres of land on the northern bank of the Charles River in Watertown as the site for a new regional arsenal. The siting, layout, and construction were supervised by the Arsenal’s first Commander, Captain George Talcott, and the buildings were designed by Boston architect Alexander Parris.

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Arsenal Feature

Watertown Farmer's Market Back for Another Summer at The Arsenal

The Watertown Farmer’s Market offers farm-raised food overlooking the cityscape, where the answer to “Is this local?” is always a resounding yes. The market, conveniently located under the smokestack on the Arsenal on the Charles, is brimming with fresh food and produce from Massachusetts and New England.

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