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What is the next “hot” neighborhood for homes?

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A lot of clients ask me where to find the next “hot spot” to purchase; and without a crystal ball it’s pretty challenging to answer that question. Obviously, close proximity to a University is top on the list; however there are other factors in play. For example, since I can remember, East Somerville and Winter Hill have been underdeveloped. With the redevelopment of Assembly Square we’ve had both developers and wealthy young professionals choose to invest in those great neighborhoods. With development comes a sense of a new community and especially new dining options. If you haven’t attended the East ...

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Salimblues roars back with show at Paesani d’Italia (Oct. 23)

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When: Friday, October 23, 2015 — 8 p.m. Where: Paesani d’Italia — 149 Highland Avenue, Somerville, MA Join Stefano Salimbeni, Guido Bartoloni, Matteo Casini and Pasquale Iocola in singing famous Italian songs and blues music from the ’60s to the ’90s … Great songwriters such as Pino Daniele, Edoardo Bennato, Lucio Battisti, and others! Light refreshments will be served. $10 donation suggested at the door.

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Newpoli To Host Live Concert

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Newpoli-Mediterranean Pulse/Ritmi della Terra will be hosting a live concert on September 24, 2015. The concert will take place at Johnny D’s in Somerville, MA. Newpoli is an Italian music ensemble. Tickets are $15. The event is 21+ and starts at 5:30 PM. Those that are interested in purchasing tickets can do so at: http://johnnyds.tunestub.com/event.cfm?id=212591&cart.  

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Italian Police Visits Boston

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A group of Italian police officers recently visited Boston as part of a two-week work trip on the East Coast. “It’s a tradition we’ve been carrying on since 1997,” said Alberto Caracciolo, a deputy officer based in Florence who has been organizing the Italian police visits for the past several years. For 15 years, a rotating group of officers has taken part in the Columbus Day festivities in New York and New Jersey, and since 2011 the group has extended its stay to include a trip to the Greater Boston area. This year, 27 agents and officials were treated to ...

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