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While Massachusetts has one of the largest seafood industries in the United States, retail access to day-boat fish has been largely non-existent. But a new program is bringing it to farmers' markets across Boston.
Four local bridal shops have everything you need just blocks from each other.
The organization has grown to include more than 2,000 customers around the Boston area. Founder Jeff Barry talks about how it all got started.
The line was out the door as the former president signed copies of his new book, "Back to Work: Why We Need Smart Government for a Strong Economy."
People walking by the memorial to Steve Jobs at the Apple store stopped to talk about how he changed their lives, and the way our culture communicates.
Hundreds of passersby stopped to pay their respects in Boston.
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