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Review for NEW ENGLAND SECURITY AGENCY by David
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My experience with New England Security Service has been one of the best in all my years in the industry. They are proactive, responsive, and always willing to help us ..
Pros: EXCELLENT SERVICE PROFESSIONAL ON-TIME SQUARED AWAY RESPONSIVE OUTSTANDING SERVICE AND TEAM!
Cons: AWESOMENESS
Review for Rabia's Restaurant by Anonymous
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If you haven't tried it yet, DO IT!! It's worth every penny and will soon be your favorite place.
Pros: The food was absolutely amazing, service impeccable and seafood was so fresh!
Cons: I wish the table was bigger...I would love to have everyone I know come with!
Review for Steven H. Schafer & Associates by Steven
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Pros: Very talented and experienced personal injury attorney.
Review for Buddha's Delight Vegetarian by Anonymous
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Review for NEW ENGLAND SECURITY AGENCY by Anonymous
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Great Service call them today for your Event!
Pros: dependable, reliable, professional, prompt service
Review for LaunchPad Media by Alex
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Pros: Great quality work and a good group of people to work with.

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In 1630, Somerville was established as part of Charlestown. In 1842, Somerville incorporated and divided from Charlestown earning its independence and became a town. The name of Somerville has no known origin with a namesake, merely invented; the name was solely created to name Somerville. A large barge canal the Middlesex Canal traveled from the Merrimack River by way of east Somerville to the port of Boston. The canal was constructed between 1795 and 1803 to engage in open trade with merchants in New England. April 22, 1802 the first vessel made its way up the canal. In the beginning, the canal stopped at Medford but eventually it was expanded to Charlestown. The canal also branched out to the Mystic River allowing freight transport to Concord. The Canal was fed by the Concord River at North Billerica the tallest place on the canal, and the home of the Middlesex Canal Association?s Museum. Until the inception of the railroad, the canal was one of the major means of transport in New England. In 1851, the company became bankrupt due to railroad opposition. A few interesting and unique facts involving Somerville. Fluff marshmallow crème was invented in Somerville. In 1914, the inception of the Stop and Shop grocery chain evolved from the first Economy Grocery Store in Somerville. The boundary line between Somerville and Medford goes through Tuft University?s? campus dividing the main library, even though Tuft?s official address is in Medford. The American Academy of Arts and Sciences has the same basic scenario noted with a Cambridge address but the main entrance to the building is in Somerville on Beacon Street. Must see while in Somerville are the Brick Bottom Complex and Joy Street Studios two outstanding art studios. Do not miss Davis Square with its unique shops, diverse coffee shops, and the Somerville Theatre. Throughout the town are many galleries, music clubs, excellent restaurants and picturesque taverns to relax in after a full day of site seeing.

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Nella
on Wednesday, 23 Oct, 7:30 PM
at The Rockwell
255 Elm St., Somerville, MA 02144
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Nella draws from Venezuelan folk and the music of Spain’s Andalusian region to create her own contemporary, soulful songs.

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