Having always been an early riser, I prefer a good diner for breakfast over a fine restaurant for dinner. I am certainly not disappointed with the options available in my hometown of Watertown, MA. There are three standouts that my wife and I keep coming back to again and again. Some of them are also within walking distance from home for us, and with the portions served at these diners, it’s best to get a good walk in afterward. All are open for breakfast and lunch from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and serve breakfast all day on the weekends.



Uncommon Grounds – 575 Mount Auburn St Watertown MA  | Photo from Yelp

Although the name of this one may bring you in for coffee, and it should with a good

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A new year means new events, shows, exhibits and more! Here's a list of five events in Cambridge worth checking out. 

Oregon Shakespeare Festival | Photo by Jenny Graham

Oregon Shakespeare Festival | Photo By Jenny Graham

1. Take In A Performance of Shakespeare’s Famous Tragedy, Othello

The tragic tale of Othello and Desdemona and their undoing by devious lieutenant Iago was written in the early 1600s but remains as compelling and relevant as ever. The American Repertory Theater brings the original company of Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s acclaimed production to Cambridge, beginning January 13th.


2. Clap your hands and tap your feet at the Boston Celtic Music Festival

Enjoy music and dance from Celtic communities around the world at the 16th annual Boston Celtic Music Festival,

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Staring down a moving deadline is daunting. How late is too late to start preparing? How early is too early? Where do you even begin? Erin Bronner, founder of organizing and event planning company Erin DOES, shared a few strategies she employs with her moving clients.

 Embrace the packing process as an opportunity

“If you can pack it up a few months ahead of your move, you don’t need it,” says Bronner. This is an effective strategy for decluttering with a purpose. There is no need to bring your clutter into your next home if it doesn’t have a place in your current one. Moving into a new home is like starting with a blank canvas. The less you move with, the less you have to unpack. Map out your new home in your head or on paper so you can label

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CAMBRIDGE-- In June, Senné company President and CEO William Senné visited Washington, D.C. to meet with Congressman Robert Pittenger (NC-09), as well as legislative representatives from the American Bankers Association, The Real Estate Roundtable, the National Association of Realtors, and the Mortgage Bankers Association. These meetings celebrated the Clarifying Commercial Real Estate Loans Act (H.R. 2148) which passed in the House of Representatives on November 7, 2017, and was signed into law on May 24, 2018, as part of the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (S. 2155).  This legislation better defines which types of loans must comply with the High Volatility Commercial Real Estate (HVCRE) regulations, resolving confusion in

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A single-family on Hawthorne Street in Somerville is getting a new lease on life, thanks to the collaboration between The  Covelle and Cohen Greater Boston Real Estate Team at RE/MAX Leading Edge and renowned local real estate developer, Brian Lavelle. The house was owned by the same family for the past 50 years. Lavelle reimagined and rehabbed the property into a four-floor stunner.

Walking through the property, it’s clear that details mattered as much as the larger picture. A built-in wine rack and walk through pantry/bar/prep area will turn anyone into a proud host or hostess.

Similarly, a built-in bookcase wall adds style and variety to a sizable living room. A former heated porch was torn down, only to be built back up as a brand new

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