I brought Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Arianna Huffington together to talk about what would make Boston a better home for startups and if we could ever surpass Silicon Valley. Here is an condensed version of that conversation, that took place Wednesday in South Boston, not far from the Innovation District:
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The office of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced Tuesday it will allocate $1 million of the city's budget to letting those in the 12 to 25 age bracket vote on a collection of projects gathered through online submissions and community assemblies.
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The economic buzz of the burgeoning Boston technology scene is largely clustered in Cambridge’s Kendall Square and the Innovation District in South Boston. Gilad Rosenzweig wants to expand its reach. Read More
Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh wants to spruce up Boston’s public spaces and is looking for inspiration from the city’s tech and creative communities.
The mayor unveiled the Public Space Invitational Wednesday in the South Boston Innovation District and asked software engineers, designers, artists, architects, and other creative types to jazz up the city’s open spaces with new kinds of street furniture, technology devices, or public art. Read MoreVertex opens new South Boston waterfront headquarters
Hundreds of employees, public officials, and dignitaries crowded into the lobby of the new Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc. headquarters on the South Boston waterfront Tuesday for a ribbon-cutting ceremony that celebrated both drug making and Boston’s growing Innovation District. Read More
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