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As someone who loves history, Boston was a great place to grow up. With everything from colonial gems like the Old State House and Faneuil Hall to cultural landmarks like Fenway Park and the Boston Common, the city is full of historic sites. Unfortunately, there are...

Evictions are a sensitive subject in San Francisco. Long-term residents are being pushed out of their homes due to rising rent – some through evictions. Two of the most common, and controversial, ways to evict someone are the Ellis Act and Owner Move-in. The Ellis Act...

Washington, D.C. is one of the most beautiful and historically rich cities in America. As someone who has lived in the area for over a decade, I can vouch for one park that never disappoints – the promenade between the Capitol and the Potomac known...

Campers have a lot of options today! It’s not just a trip to the woods anymore but a plethora of special activities and camps to choose from. I can imagine the arduous process of finding something kids like that’s also close to your home. In Washington,...

After seeing my colleague, Maureen, dive into NYC Open Data with posts on NYC Vehicle Crashes and Parking Tickets, I figured I should take a look around myself to see what other kinds of data the city has made public. Turns out there are more than 1300...

Approximately 8.2 million people live within the five boroughs that make up New York City. Every year, thousands of accidents occur due to a multitude of contributing factors. NYPD collects information about each of those accidents and provides it for public use on nycopendata.socrata.com. We...

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