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Boston Police Got to Test New Electric Bikes During Marathon

bostonmagazine.com — A donor gave the department never-before-tested electric bikes specifically for race day. Police presence wasn't the only thing that was beefed up during Marathon Monday. Officers from the city's department got the chance to test out brand-new bikes that haven't hit the market yet, while monitoring the large groups of spectators near the race route's finish line.
RT @steveannear: A donor gave the department never-before-tested electric bikes specifically for race day. bit.ly/1lIBMIe pic.twitter.com/mGUN2Hfj7O
RT @steveannear: A donor gave the department never-before-tested electric bikes specifically for race day. bit.ly/1lIBMIe pic.twitter.com/mGUN2Hfj7O

Throwback Thursday: Happy 30th Sam Adams

bostonmagazine.com — It was a different world of beer when Jim Koch brewed his first batch of Boston lager. It was 30 years ago that Jim Koch brewed his first batch of an old family beer recipe. At the time, he worked for the Boston Consulting Group but he came from a family of brewers.
RT @steveannear: It was 30 years ago that Jim Koch brewed his first batch of an old family beer recipe #SamAdams bostonmagazine.com/news/blog/2014…

Which Mass. Members of Congress Rely Most on PACs

bostonmagazine.com — The campaign fundraising reports from the first quarter are in. One of the perks of being a member of Congress-especially if you are safely ensconced in a partisan district, and thus likely stay in office and keep rising in power-is that political action committees (PACs) are happy to throw money into your campaign committee.

How Eastern Standard Pulled Off Its Biggest Day of the Year

bostonmagazine.com — Thirteen hours of prep, 1,200 oysters, and 98 whiskey smashes later, take a look behind-the-scenes of the Kenmore Square restaurant on Marathon Monday. What would happen if you combined the most popular pre-game hotspot for Red Sox home stands, a late-night beacon for exhausted restaurant industry personnel, one of the most coveted patios for al fresco dining on Easter Sunday, and a nine-year tradition at the 25.2-mile marker of the Boston Marathon, all in one spot?