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  • Cambridge 5k
    You'd be hard-pressed to find a better place to begin a race than near a sculpture of Aesop's Tortoise & Hare. Add to that its proximity to one of the nation's most well-known cross-country tracks, and it's the perfect starting point for Trail Master Killah, a 5K through Van Cortlandt Park's hills, wetlands, and forests. Participants will receive a race T-shirt, and top performers will take home a handmade trophy from SKT Ceramics. Registration also includes food and beer at the post-race party, which, thanks to organization by one of A Tribe Called Quest's producers, will feature some of the city's best hip-hop DJs. Proceeds go to Friends of Van Cortlandt Park, a community group that promotes conservation of the park and texts the trees when they're feeling lonely.
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    1 Hampshire Street
    Cambridge, MA US
  • A Quinn Hair Salon
    Ditch the boxed color and head to A Quinn Hair Salon in Cambridge for a professional and beneficial color process. The stylists at this salon are trained in a wide variety of hair care services, including cut and color processes. This salon features a strict appointment-only policy, providing scheduled guests with timely and professional services. A Quinn Hair Salon happily accepts all major credit cards as a form of payment. If public transportation is preferable, ditch the car and board the nearby stop at Harvard Square Station (Red). Drivers will be giddy once they hear about the easy street parking near A Quinn Hair Salon. Your hair deserves the best love and treatment around, and A Quinn Hair Salon is the best place to tame your locks.
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    5 Arrow Street
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Better Health Pro
    A lot of community races pit neighbors against neighbors in a bit of friendly rivalry. Although the spirit of competition lives within the Tri-City Race Series, organizers here are more concerned with fostering charitable sportsmanship between entire cities. By encouraging as many people from the towns in the running to participate, the events raise funds for a huge variety of community projects, including arts, science, and sports programs.
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    192 Salem Street
    Medford, MA US
  • Boston YMCA
    The YMCA keeps residents healthy and engaged in more than 10,000 neighborhoods across the country, but it traces its American origins to the streets of 19th-century Boston. Here, Thomas Valentine Sullivan carried on the mission started in London by George Williams: providing affordable recreation and residence to young men from cities and country towns alike. Over the last century and change, the organization's mission changed to keep pace with the evolving times; today, the YMCA of Greater Boston welcomes anyone interested in furthering the causes of "youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility." This modern mission combines the Y's signature programming with new initiatives designed to keep citizens one step ahead of an ever-changing world. Members stay fit and active with everything from organized sports and fitness classes to lifeguard, CPR, and first aid lessons. But the Y's developmental programs go far beyond bodily strength; their enrichment and leadership courses equip youths with the confidence needed to take charge in their everyday lives, and ESL classes help newcomers to English embark on the next step of their linguistic lives.
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    150 3rd Avenue
    Boston, MA US
  • The Great Bull Run
    The Great Bull Run brings the thrill of Pamplona's historic event to cities across the United States. Modeled after the Running of the Bulls, this one-day event enables participants to race live bulls, keeping one step ahead of the charging animals to finally prove that toes are better for running than hooves. While the historic Pamplona event has had few serious injuries in its 102 years of existence, The Great Bull Run staff takes even more precautions to ensure runners stay smiling from beginning to end. Additionally, the bulls are given the full respect they deserve, and are not antagonized or harmed before, during, or after the run. Following the race, runners and newcomers can gather together for a good old-fashioned food fight. Tomato Royale arms entrants with juicy fruit that they can fling at each other. Additional post-run activities include an after-party, live entertainment, and games as well as food and beverages.
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    236 Huntington Avenue
    Boston, MA US
  • The Tomato Bash
    Tomato plants are imperfect, yielding just as many inedible fruits as the healthy, tasty ones. The organizers of The Tomato Bash devised an alternative employment for the unworthy bounty, transforming the leftover tomatoes into ammunition for a massive ketchup making party. Participants are encouraged to sport silly costumes for the big event, as they are inevitably going to get utterly filthy. To kick off the festivities, revelers are entertained with a cadre of food trucks, beverage vendors, and DJ playing tunes, including rebellious anthems encouraging the tomatoes to throw themselves. At 3 p.m., the tomato foam machine outside of the tomato arena powers up, pumping the stage area full of bubbly, pink fruit foam. Then the hordes of goggle-clad contestants descend upon a large arena and lose themselves in a sea of red goo.
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    Boston, MA US

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