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March 2016
It’s been a tough week for Rhode Island. The state’s new tourism campaign hit a couple of bumps this week and integration—or lack thereof—may be to blame. Rhode Island NPR pointed out several major errors on the campaign’s website, including information about a deceased chef and one who closed his Providence restaurant a year ago to...
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If you’ve been on social media this week, you’ve seen pleas from D-list celebrities to turn on notifications for their content on Instagram. It’s no surprise, as many of them use Instagram to earn a paycheck by promoting products to their millions of followers, and their influencer marketing income is threatened as Instagram begins the...
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You can use your phone for everything from making travel reservations to managing your finances. Why shouldn’t this technology be used to manage your healthcare? While the healthcare industry is notoriously slow with adapting to trends, one that is gaining traction is telemedicine. If you’re unfamiliar with telemedicine, it’s essentially what it sounds like –...
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Entering the world as a young recent college graduate can be an unnerving experience. You’ve just left an epicenter of comradery and a world where you lived around like-minded individuals who were the same age as you. With or without a job, you have many life decisions to make and many options to consider when...
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Bostonians can’t stop talking about the thriving Seaport District. Between new restaurants, condo construction and businesses flocking to the waterfront—including PWC and more recently, GE—there is no question what neighborhood is leading in Beantown trendiness. This was highlighted at the BisNow Boston Annual State of the Seaport Event that took place on Wednesday, March 9....
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Deniers of man-made climate change are quickly becoming a rare breed. Or, at least, a population increasingly regarded with skepticism, astonishment and, at times, spite. With 2015 identified as the warmest year in recorded history, arguments rejecting humankind’s involvement in a rapidly deteriorating environmental landscape are becoming harder to believe and support. In fact, according...
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For a professional athlete who failed a drug test, Maria Sharapova did something very unusual: She held a press conference and announced it. No deny and lie. No bobbing and weaving. No ducking and hiding. She fessed up and took responsibility. How refreshing. Sammy Sosa. Barry Bonds. Lance Armstrong. Alex Rodriguez. Marion Jones. The playing...
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Tuesday morning, I attended a panel at the offices of Mintz Levin organized by the Northeast Clean Energy Council called Working with the Press in an Evolving Media Landscape. With clean energy going mainstream and legislators on Beacon Hill and across the country grappling with how to deliver it to consumers in a cost-effective way,...
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The other night, I dreamt that President Francis Underwood’s press secretary gave me the urgent task of writing a statement to send to the Washington Herald. Undoubtedly a byproduct of watching the newest season of “House of Cards” in less than two days, I woke up overwhelmed with gratitude that I was not in Seth...
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It’s safe to say there is a fair share of uncertainty and pessimism looking towards the future of Manhattan’s luxury real estate market. Negative headlines are indicative of record price cuts and staggering sales numbers within what were some of the city’s most anticipated luxury developments, raising red flags within the industry. According to a...
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