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3 Things for #ThrowbackThursday: 1949, Decreased Speed Limits, Harborwalk-Swim?

Three Things to Know for Thursday!

1. Did you catch the following two articles?

Boston drivers need to get ready to slow down

Do you think Boston driving is crazy enough? Just wait until the default speed limits are decreased from 30 to 25 m.p.h. and 20 m.p.h. in certain designated zones. The City Council unanimously approved the speed limit decrease, continue reading at UniversalHub.

Chefs get creative with pub favorite

Speaking of certain “MVP chefs” who are upping their game for unique game day bar snacks, Ward 8 in the North End was referenced as a place to grab a plate of duck wings coated in a maple-chili glaze. Read the full story at, The Boston Herald.

2. #ThrowbackThursday to Hanover Street in 1949!

3. Boston, are you ready for rising tides?

Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.

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