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It Happens Here: Jamaica Plain - Home To Boston's Last Video StoreWelcome to the wild world of the Video Underground! See how Boston's last video store is still going strong in the heart of Jamaica Plain.
It Happens Here: Colonial History Is Alive In TownsendOnce named the most statistically average town in Massachusetts, home to the biggest producer of plastic housewares in the country, and the largest collection of American grandfather clocks in the world.
It Happens Here: Fenway HealthIt Happens Here in The Fenway. Serving the LGBT community with pride for over 40 years, Kate Merrill explores the humble origins of Fenway Health.
It Happens Here: Worcester, The Birthplace Of Candlepin BowlingWorcester is the birthplace of a sport that is uniquely New England - candlepin bowling.
It Happens Here: The Origin Story of FluffWhere is the home of Fluff? Somerville, Melrose, and Lynn all have a claim.
It Happens Here: Hanover Woman Makes Specialized Insulin Pump Dresses For Diabetic GirlsJulie Christian started a second career as a tailor, but soon found a specialized calling.
It Happens Here: Lynn, Home of Lynn WoodsIt's a massive green space on the North Shore with stunning views… and a hidden treasure. Kate Merrill takes us to Lynn Woods.
It Happens Here: The Phoenix In Boston's South EndNot far from Methadone Mile, there's a place where they're fighting addiction in a completely different way. Danielle Niles explores how The Phoenix is helping to change lives.
It Happens Here: Storrow DriveYou’ve heard of #storrowing, but who was Storrow? Breana Pitts tells the weird story of how Storrow Drive got its name.
It Happens Here: Worcester, Home Of The Smiley Face – Or Is It?Breana Pitts dives into the complicated history of the iconic symbol.
It Happens Here: Unique History Of Boston's West EndDid you know that in the 1950s, every West End resident was evicted, and the entire neighborhood was torn to the ground in the name of urban renewal?