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Believe in Boston

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Day of Sorrow, Makeshift Memorial at Arlington Street, Boston

The day after the Marathon bombing I was so angry and felt compelled to visit the make shift memorial at Boylston & Arlington Streets during my lunch hour. As I was tearfully reflecting on this tragedy, the police officer asked the crowd to help move the items such as flowers, t-shirts, a marathon medallion, that were generously donated at this…

Pay our respect

Sunday 21st which was two days after the bombers were caught in Watertown, I decided to take the train into Boston with my newly rescue Pom name Neevy. We spent several hours at the site including many of the marathon runners. I think it was something we needed to do. Several people had their pets also at the site. NEEVY received many hugs and…

Boylston Street Memorial

This picture is of the 3 crosses that were made for the victims at the first memorial.

Boylston Street Memorial

This picture was taken at the original memorial before it was moved to Copley Square.

Aftermath - Boylston (3308)

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memorial @Coolidge

Commemorating Boston marathon. Coolidge Corner, April 28th, 2013

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"Boston Marathon Collage"

I was born in Boston and raised in East Boston.
All my life my dream was to run the Boston Marathon.
Ran it in 1990!
Watched many Boston Marathons with my Dad and later wife and friends.
I made this collage a few days after the tragedy while I was taking art classes at MFA. I felt I had to do something. As an artist making the collage and…