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Top 10 Picks from the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show

There were some AMAZING products at the 2020 CES (Consumer Electronics Show), the world’s most influential tech event. Here’s a list of Ten Must See Picks from CES — including wearable tech for ocean fish and a game-like meeting tool that makes remote working fun!

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New Bedford Now: Connecting to Grow

Last Thursday, June 7, GROW Education held its annual Community Garden planting at Carlos Pacheco Elementary School. It was one of many the program has done in recent weeks all around New Bedford. Last week, too, the New Bedford outdoor Farmers Markets opened for the season. You’ll find them on Mondays at Brooklawn Park from…

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On the Menu in New Bedford Now

This week’s New Bedford Now briefing hits close to home – because I’m happy to share the news that myself and Sarah Athanas, working together as Twin Fish, and in partnership with the New Bedford Economic Development Council, are launching the city’s first RESTAURANT WEEK this September, 2018. The Love The Ave & North End…

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New Bedford Now: All Eyes on Hicks-Logan

For some, it’s a convenient means of egress and exit to and from the north end. Some still call it home. In fact, the pioneering The Lofts at Wamsutta are part of a generous interpretation of the area. For others, it’s a place to do business. Service industries, the city’s only LGBTQ bar, two destination…

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New Bedford Now: City designated an “Opportunity Zone”

NEW BEDFORD NOW Weekly Briefing A dive into news from the Groundwork! city desk featuring items of interest, select happenings, coworking member updates, substantiated rumors and good gossip in New Bedford, Massachusetts by Groundworker-At-Large, Steven Froias. New Bedford is an Opportunity Zone Looking for a place to escape paying capital gains taxes? Forget the Cayman…

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The Arts & Culture Planning Project comes to Groundwork!

Some readers may already be aware that the City of New Bedford is in the process of creating what it hopes will be a comprehensive arts plan. In my other life as a Standard-Times columnist, I wrote about it recently for State of the Arts, and you can find those words here. For those of…

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