Tag Archives: Boston

TT Cheers to Summer Series: Outdoor Dining & Drinking

Summer officially starts this Friday–finally! It seems as though the winter was one of the most brutal ones to date. Even the first couple weeks of June were unbearable, with rain almost every week. Luckily, at least for those of … Continue reading

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America the Beautiful

What a night. What a week. The capture of the second Boston Marathon bombing suspect was the first sense of relief in the area in nearly a week. While we rejoice, let us not forget Martin Richard, Lingzi Lu, Krystle … Continue reading

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#BostonStrong: United We Stand

First, we want to thank all of you for your thoughtful messages and concerns. Please know that everyone in the TwentyTweets family is okay. Continue to send your thoughts and prayers to the victims of Monday’s tragedy. It’s been difficult … Continue reading

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TwentyTweets Guide to the Perfect St. Patrick’s Day

There’s nothing twenty-somethings love more than holidays that scream day drinking, partying and the like. Think Mardi Gras, Cinco de Mayo and of course, St. Patrick’s Day. Like many, St. Paddy’s Day celebrations began for other, more cultural reasons. But … Continue reading

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Care to Make an Impact

How much did you pay for your meal the last time you went to Panera Bread? $10, $15? When’s the last time you walked into a Panera and didn’t see cash registers but donation jars instead? Enter: Panera Cares. On January 23, Panera … Continue reading

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Avoiding “Sick Time” This Winter

There are a couple things I’ve learned since working in health care communications: How to put things into perspective. No matter how urgent a piece of communication may seem, I have to remember I’m not the nurse, doctor or surgeon … Continue reading

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Vital Life Lessons Learned: Boston

Thanks to Erika and her welcoming boyfriend, I was able to stay overnight in Boston last night. We had a delicious dinner in the North End, shared some laughs over pregame drinks, and danced the night away at a bar … Continue reading

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Mike’s vs. Modern: A Bostonian Debate

Whether you’re a tourist or a local to the city streets of Boston, the North End is an area of the city that you won’t want to miss. The pizza shops and elegant restaurants complete with scenic views and rustic … Continue reading

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Clowning Around (sorry, I had to)

This past weekend, my family from Pennsylvania came to visit. Now, every time that my parents are in town, it’s a bit of an ordeal. We don’t want to just sit around my apartment all weekend… So we find a … Continue reading

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Fiona the Friar: Small-Town Model with Big-Time Dreams

Just in time for Style Week: Providence, we were awarded the opportunity to speak to a local Rhode Island model who will be strutting her stuff on that very catwalk. Fiona Hillery, 21, was born and raised in Lil’ Rhody, … Continue reading

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