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Christie's Fine Art Auctioneers
118 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
Christie's is an international leader in art auctioning, and also does business in  luxury real estate, fine wines,More curation and gallery space, and art restitution issues.  The Back Bay location does business by appointment only. Advertising is done out of its London and New York offices. 
Andrea Marquit Fine Arts
1 Beacon Hill, Boston, MA 02116
Andrea Marquit Fine Arts displays works of contemporary art in her Back Bay studio. Necee Regis, Wilfredo Chiesa, AnneMore Krinsky, Don Resnick, Anthony Apesos, Ingrid Capozzoli Flinn, Conley Harris, Bronlyn James and Thaddeus Beal are just of few of the important artists who have had exhibits in her studio. The art is often paintings, drawings and prints.
Alianza Contemporary
154 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
Alianza Contemporary is an art gallery based in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood. The gallery displays contemporary art.More Its artwork includes blown glass pieces, ceramic work and sculptures. 
Carl Todisco Antiques
141 Arlington St, Boston, MA 02116
Carl Todisco Antiques sells mostly art and antiques for decoration, so if you are looking for a fine piece to decorateMore your home, this shop may have just what you're looking for. Carl Todisco Antiques is conveniently located on Arlington Street in Back Bay, walking distance from the Boston Park Plaza and the Boston Common.
Plaster Fun Time
45 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
Plaster Fun Time is a visual arts entertainment center for children. With a location in Boston's Back Bay, Plaster FunMore Time accepts walk-ins, birthday parties, schools and groups of all sizes and allows children ages 4 and up to paint and decorate a variety of items and toys including horses, trains, planes, ornaments and more. Check out the website for detailed information on Plaster Fun Time. 
The State Room
60 State St, Boston, MA 02109
The State Room is an urban event space and party venue in Back Bay and is one of Boston’s ideal spots forMore weddings, receptions, corporate events, meetings and fundraisers. The elegant space has panoramic views of the harbor area and surrounding cityscape. The State Room holds more than 850 guests and offers state-of-the-art audio and visual equipment for meetings, as well as catering, customized spaces and table design.
Myriad, Inc.
142 Berkeley St, Boston, MA 02116
In business since 1994, Myriad is a marketing firm based in the Back Bay region of Boston. Foucsed on healthcare, lifeMore sciences, academics and cultural institutions, Myraid provides web design and development, interactive print, as well as qualitative and quantitative market analysis. Some of the companies clients include Harvard, MIT, Boston University, Massachusetts General Hospital and The Currier Museum of Art. Check out the website to learn more about Myriad and its services. 
Boston Courant
129 Newbury St Ste 204, Boston, MA 02116
For 15 years, the Boston Courant has served Back Bay and surrounding communities, bringing  steller,More locally-targeted, and professional news in a free (or as they like to put it, "priceless") weekly newspaper and real estate guide.  Like similar free papers, they stay in business via advertising revenue. The staff is cordial, friendly and constantly abuzz in this busy but comfortable office, located on the second floor of 129 Newbury Street, a building they share with no fewer than three art galleries. They do not maintain a Web site. 
Equinox
131 Dartmouth St, Boston, MA 02116
Conveniently located next to Back Bay Station, Equinox is a full-service fitness center. Having resided in Boston sinceMore the early 1990s, this Equinox is one of 48 clubs scattered all over the country. With seemingly innumerable course offerings ranging from cycling to Pilates to martial arts, and with dozens of personal trainers, Equinox creates a wide array of paths to fitness and health depending on your preference. This Equinox also houses a juice shop and sports accessories store.   
Avis Rent-A-Car
100 Clarendon St, Boston, MA 02116
Avis Rent-A-Car is conveniently situated next to the Garage at 100 Clarendon Street and near the Back Bay T-Station. ItsMore atmosphere is bright and efficient, with comfortable leather chairs and air conditioning. Avis Rent-A-Car is currently promoting its new, exclusive state-of-the-art GPS system, the "Avis Where2." The customer must present a valid driver's license and credit card. 
Kingsley Montessori School
26 Exeter St, Boston, MA 02116

Backed by a philosophy that teaches children to learn how to learn, teachers at Kingsley Montessori School useMore real-life experiences and hands-on programs to foster skills such as time management, conflict resolution and self-direction. Integrity, responsibility, respect and community leadership are also core values, and designed to prepare students to become independent, compassionate and engaged in their community.

Students come from many different backgrounds, ethnicities and neighborhoods around Boston, and teachers encourage individuality, self-esteem and imagination and achievements.

They learn from the community around them, including research at the Boston Public Library, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, MIT and the Museum of Science. They take gym classes at Boston University, and regularly step outside the classroom. Students may have an art class on the Commonwealth Avenue Mall, or walk through the historic Back Bay neighborhood and point out geometric shapes.

The curriculum includes language arts, literature, math, science and science labs, history and geography, technology, visual arts, physical education and Spanish

Simon Pearce Glass
115 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
In our age of Taylorism, mass-production and impersonality, Simon Pearce stands out as a bulwark of old-schoolMore craftsmanship.  Educated first in his parents' pottery studio, and later in the Royal College of Art in London, Simon Pearce and the artisans in his employ are absolutely committed to a now (sadly) all-too-rare attitude towards labor: they combine art with utility, form with function, to create beautiful, durable and unique pieces, meant to last a lifetime (and more). All their products are lovingly hand-made in Vermont. Their Back Bay location boasts high ceilings, wood floors, plenty of natural light and an accommodating, eager-to-please staff. Whatever you buy here, be it for yourself or a friend, is sure to become a treasured family heirloom. 
Equinox Fitness - Back Bay
131 Dartmouth St, Boston, MA 02116
With locations in Back Bay and Franklin Street, Equinox Fitness is a gym that specializes in personal training, groupMore fitness and yoga instruction. Personal training services focus on the client's wellness and personal fitness goals. The gym's personal training program consists of three cycles: strength and conditioning, balance and coordination and advanced training. Active metabolic training assessments are offered for clients interested in losing and/or maintaining weight. All trainers are required to complete 150 hours of in-house education. Fitness programs for groups and individuals include cardio, pilates, conditioning, studio cycling, martial arts, boxing, pool programs, conscious movement and VIPR. Yoga courses offered include Ashtanga, Gentle, Anusara, Powerflow, Hatha and Iyengar. The location has a spa in the premises that offers body treatments, facials, massage and laser hair removal. This location validates parking.
Rodolfo's Tailoring
100 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02116
Located across from the Back Bay Station at the Dartmouth Shops at Copley Place (Level II), Rodolfo's Tailoring is aMore reminder of bygone days when tailoring was common and clothes weren't purchased simply to throw away. Rodolfo takes meticulous care in his work -- nearly two decades of experience has only honed his precision. The fact that an alteration or repair takes an average of two weeks for him to complete testifies to his exquisite attention to detail. He relies on a small, loyal customer base for whom Rodolfo represents the "dying art" of tailoring.
Kings Back Bay
50 Dalton St, Boston, MA 02115

Kings is a 24,000-square-foot entertainment facility featuring 16 ten-pin bowling lanes,  a billiards roomMore featuring Brunswick Gold Crown Tables, three premium bars and a full-service restaurant. The bars offer classic, yet innovative cocktails, while the restaurant serves an impressive array of American favorites and comfort food. 

The venue accommodates 500 guests and features 30+ big-screen, high-definition televisions and projector screens with audio system, making it the perfect place to catch all the local and national sports action. With its retro-inspired vibe and state-of-the-art equipment, Kings offers a modern option for those seeking a hotspot that harkens back to an era when good times ruled.

 Note: no one under 21 years of age is permitted after 6pm unless accompanied by an adult.

Bodyscapes
1 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02116

Bodyscapes treats each customer as an individual and their philosophy is simple: take everything about fitnessMore personally.

Their Back Bay location has exercise and strength-training areas with state-of-the-art equipment, group exercise studios, locker rooms and common areas.

Members sign up for a series of One2One BodyScapes personal training sessions where you will be paired with one of their trained specialists who will learn all about you and help you meet your weight and health goals. Your trainer will help you learn how to reduce risk factors, change unwanted habits, manage stress, and meet life's milestones with optimism and vitality. 

In addition, they have special programs for those looking for sports conditioning, as well as for those who are getting married or are in their teens. Babysitting services are also available upon request.

The Learning Project Elementary School
107 Marlborough St, Boston, MA 02116

An independent day school for grades K-6, The Learning Project prides itself on diversity, high academic standardsMore and individual education. In small classrooms, students learn through direct instruction and class projects that often extend into the community.

The six-story building was constructed in 1917 and contains six classrooms, an art studio, a science studio, administrative offices and a multi-purpose room in the basement that's used for meetings, music and physical education. Students also make use of community resources, and regularly visit the Boston Public Library, the Clarendon Street Playground for recess, and the First Church of Boston for access to an auditorium.

The school also has over 30 computers, and students in grades 4-6 have their own laptops. Most students live within Boston, and represent many of the diverse neighborhoods in the city, including Jamaica Plain, Dorchester, South Boston, Roslindale, Allston and Roxbury. About a third come from Back Bay, Beacon Hill and Charles River Park.