Best Apps for Riding the MBTA

Best Apps for Riding the MBTA
Traveling on the MBTA is undoubtedly one of the easiest way to get around Boston. Sure, Uber and taxi’s are great method of transportation but the cost adds up quick! And do you really want to lose the parking spot in your neighborhood that you spent 30 minutes trying to find just to turn around and pay $40 for a spot near Fenway? Obviously not so that brings us back to the glorious MBTA! With so many options and routes, you’re sure to be able to get where you need to go on the T.  To help you out during your travels, we’ve found some free mobile apps for your phone that will help you...
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SBS’ Start Em, Sit Em – 2014 Fantasy Football Preview

SBS’ Start Em, Sit Em – 2014 Fantasy Football Preview
The past few weeks, there was a good chance many of you were drafting your fantasy football team for 2014, whether for the first or hundredth time in your fantasy football career.  And for the second consecutive autumn, GOAT and A-Mac will provide well thought, but mediocre advice for your fantasy football teams.  In 2013, Goat and A-Mac really tried to help your teams out.  They provided a glossary of fantasy football terms that probably needs some extensive expansion,  and provided our readers weekly advice during the season on who to pick up and play and who to drop.  Some choices were good,...
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Camping Survival Guide

Camping Survival Guide
City living is always exciting, especially in the city of Boston where there are so many activities to do and friends to meet around every street corner. One of the best parts of living in New England, however, is being able to escape the daily bump and grind and, in only an hour (or more depending on how adventurous you are), you can be surrounded by the quiet peacefulness that nature is able to provide. John Muir, nature enthusiast, activist and old school bad-ass once said, “Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out going into the mountains is going...
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Epic 90s Dance Moves

Epic 90s Dance Moves
The 90s had everything: bright hot colors, fanny packs, jammin’ music and more. Whether you grew up on Kurt Cobain or TLC, you knew you were living in the best decade around. But let’s not forget about the epic dance moves of the 90s, some so great they’re still in use today. Need a refresher course? Check out the list below, complete with videos and pictures to help jog your memory for SBS’s Saved By The Boat party cruise this weekend. You’ll be the life (and the moves) of the party! Electric Slide Every high school dance, teen social function and family wedding included...
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SBS Does the Ice Bucket Challenge

SBS Does the Ice Bucket Challenge
As a team we are incredibly proud to take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Not only is this a great cause, but one that we have a personal connection to. One of our Advisory Board Members and father of SBS  Commissioner, Matt, was diagnosed with ALS almost exactly 18 months years ago. We are calling out all SBS-ers to help us raise awareness and donate to the ALS Association. Visit the “SBS’ Steve Rubin Ice Bucket Challenge” page to donate and help us reach our goal of $27,000 – that just $1 per SBS-er. Lets all come together to help strike out ALS....
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Best Pit Stops in New Hampshire and Maine

Best Pit Stops in New Hampshire and Maine
When you find yourself heading up north to Maine, consider these fun pitstops. Both New Hampshire and Maine offer a lot of fun activities, beautiful New England nature, and rich history. New Hampshire reminds you to “Live Free or Die” and Maine reminds you that you finally reached “Vacationland.” Hampton, New Hampshire Hampton is the first exit in New Hampshire on the Massachusetts border. It’s when you first run into the motto of New Hampshire which is “Live Free or Die.” Hampton is most famous for Hampton Beach. People for all around flock there every summer. Hampton Beach is a...
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