Great Runs in Boston s BurbsGreat Runs in Boston s Burbs



This book features more than 100 "themed" runs in Boston's inner suburbs, including Cambridge, Newton, Wellesley, Lexington, Concord, Natick, and Weston.

Author: Mark Lowenstein

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ISBN: 0982248512

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Page: 287

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Boston's suburbs are a runner's delight! This book features more than 100 themed runs, spanning Cambridge, Newton, Wellesley, Natick, Weston, Lexington, and Concord. The routes cover the beautiful back roads of every major neighborhood, highlighting interesting sites and historic areas. There are 150+ miles of off-road paths, parks, ponds and greenways, and 75+ miles along the water. Each run features a map with mileage markers, detailed directions, and route commentary. Also a great resource for walkers and bikers.

Boston BruinsBoston Bruins



Greatest Moments and Players Stan Fischler. children to an anglophone father and a francophone mother. Typically sardonic, Burns explains, “My mother couldn't speak English and my father couldn't speak French, but they must have been ...

Author: Fischler Stan

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781683581581

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Page: 360

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Written by hockey's most authoritative author, this is the definitive collection of Boston Bruins history. In his newly revised edition of Boston Bruins: Greatest Moments and Players, “Hockey Maven” Stan Fischler examines the storied history of the Boston Bruins from their first game in 1924 to their epic Stanley Cup victory in 2011 and beyond. Beyond the stats and facts, this veteran sportswriter brings fans off the ice and into the locker room to share a treasure trove of stories and anecdotes from this legendary franchise. Within these pages, Bruins fans will read about all of Boston hockey's most famous names—Phil Esposito, Bobby Orr, Eddie Shore, Milt Schmidt, John Bucyk, Zdeno Chara, Patrice Bergeron, Tuukka Rask, and many more.

Boston Slave Riot and Trial of Anthony BurnsBoston Slave Riot and Trial of Anthony Burns



Beyond this , we know nothing , good or bad . He knew Burns when a boy , running about at Col. Suttle's , too young to labor . He next hired him himself , in 1846 , and ' 7. This was seven years ago . He says Burns is now 23 or 24 years ...

Author: Anthony Burns

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044010326650

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Page: 104

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Burns was a slave who escaped to Boston in 1854, was arrested at the instigation of his owner, and whose trial caused a furor between abolitionists and those determined to enforce the Fugitive Slave Acts.

Lonely Planet BostonLonely Planet Boston



... city's best cycling and kayaking routes. A Streetcar Suburbs The Emerald Necklace traverses these leafy 'burbs. ... Charles River Bike Path A 17-mile circuit that runs on both sides of the Charles River between Boston and Watertown.

Author: Lonely Planet

Publisher: Lonely Planet

ISBN: 9781788686723

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Lonely Planet’s Boston is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Follow the Freedom Trail through the center of Boston, catch a baseball game at the iconic Fenway Park, and explore the bookstores of Harvard Square – all with your trusted travel companion.

Becoming Boston StrongBecoming Boston Strong



One Woman's Race to Run and Conquer the World's Greatest Marathon Amy Noelle Roe ... But I'm determined to try my best to train for this triathlon. I do all the running required ... “Walking burns more fat,” one of them calls after me.

Author: Amy Noelle Roe

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781510741706

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Page: 208

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Named One of the "Best Nonfiction Books to Read in 2019" by Woman's Day It’s 2004 and twentysomething Amy Noelle Roe is living by herself in Portland, Oregon, with few friends, little money, and no job. It’s not her year. With lots of free time on her hands, she remembers watching the Boston Marathon years ago and, inspired by that memory, decides to join a marathon training group, hoping that running 26.2 miles will give her something show for an otherwise entirely unproductive time in her life. A few months later, she crosses the finish line but is far from a Boston qualifying-time. But Amy has caught the marathon bug, and is determined to qualify for Boston, even if it’s just as a squeaker, a runner who just manages a BQ time. Eleven marathons later, and Amy finally squeaks by, signing up for the 2011 Boston Marathon. She completes it, qualifying again for the following year, and then again for 2013, the fated year of the Boston Marathon Bombing. Due to an injury, Amy crosses the 2013 finish line in a little over four hours, minutes before the bombs goes off. Her world is forever changed as she is shaken to her core. Becoming Boston Strong is Amy’s journey of falling in love with the Boston Marathon and its community, for better or for worse. It chronicles the ups and downs of her training, delving into the mystical appeal of the greatest marathon in the world and how it attracts those who return to it year after year. Hilarious and heartfelt, Becoming Boston Strong is for every person who ever dreamed of belonging to something bigger than themselves.

Big 50 Boston BruinsBig 50 Boston Bruins



Burns' firing ended a run that did not last very long. On May 21, 1997, after originally considering Boston University coach Jack Parker, Sinden hired Burns as Steve Kasper's replacement. Burns lasted until October 25, 2000, ...

Author: Fluto Shinzawa

Publisher: Triumph Books

ISBN: 9781633196292

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Page: 304

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The Big 50: Boston Bruins: The Men and Moments that Made the Boston Bruins is an amazing, full-color look at the 50 men and moments that made the Bruins the Bruins. Experienced sportswriter Fluto Shinzawa recounts the living history of the B's, counting down from No. 50 to No. 1. Big 50: Bruins brilliantly brings to life the team's remarkable story, from Ray Bourque and Bobby Orr to ferocious defenseman Zdeno Chara and the team's 2011 Stanley Cup win.

The 50 Greatest Dodgers Games of All TimeThe 50 Greatest Dodgers Games of All Time



Hughes retired the Boston side in order in the first inning. Darby O'Brien tripled to lead off the bottom of the inning for Brooklyn, then scored when Oyster Burns smacked an RBI double off the right-field wall.

Author: J.P. Hoornstra

Publisher: Riverdale Avenue Books LLC

ISBN: 9781626011946

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The Dodgers have played more than 10,000 games as a franchise. Their 50 greatest games span two coasts and three centuries worth of baseball. They include: • A doubleheader that lasted six and a half innings combined • A single game that featured three teams on the field • A game in which the Dodgers didn’t record a hit – and won • The games in which the single-season and career home run records were broken • Three perfect games and two no-hitters • The longest game in major league history • The first major league game ever televised • A game in which the Dodgers’ pitcher lost consciousness on the field • An exhibition game that drew 93,103 spectators • The first integrated game in major league history The 50 Greatest Dodgers Games features all the best players to don the uniform: Sandy Koufax, Jackie Robinson, Kirk Gibson, Zack Wheat, Fernando Valenzuela, Orel Hershiser, Duke Snider, Roy Campanella, Clayton Kershaw, Steve Garvey, Don Drysdale, Pee Wee Reese and more. It also features some of the unsung heroes of baseball history, like Cookie Lavagetto, Vic Davalillo, Sandy Amoros, Al Gionfriddo and Joe McGinnity. For the first time, their performances are laid side-by-side in this account of the greatest Dodgers games ever played. Which game ranks number one?