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    3 Rules for Workprov: How to Incorporate Improv In the Workplace

    [Spoiler Alert: Workprov is Never Defined]

    Q: What is a location that will fit on this post?
    A: My office!

    Great we’ll take the suggestion of office to start this blog.

    I am an employee of Boston's Improv Asylum and during my (nontenured) time there, I have seen my fair share of businesses holding company outings to enjoy the funny people of the stage.

    From the company’s standpoint, it is a great way to bond with coworkers and have something to talk about by the water cooler on Monday. As an employee, one just sees a large group of adults lost in the freedom of an open bar.

    A company outing to a local improv theatre should be used as an opportunity to observe skills that can be translated into any and every situation one could encounter in the workplace…and to watch the funny people be funny.

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    5 Reasons to Run a 5K with your Coworkers

    Looking to strengthen employee relationships? Convince them to do something they don't want to do on their day off! These are the 5 Reasons to Run a 5K with your Coworkers.

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    Tony Awards: What You Can't See on TV


    Did you know you can actually buy tickets to the Tony Awards? It’s true, I did it! My friend and I spent $334 each (including fees, no shame) to watch the 69th Annual Tony Awards from seats in the third from last row of Radio City Music Hall.

    We all know the flow of an Awards Show. The witty hosts; the build up to an award; the acceptance speeches; the seated celebrity cutaways.

    I wanted to share what happens when the cameras aren’t on during a live awards show.

    CreativitySocial Television Blog

    Future Features of Social Media: Q&A

    Q: Who?

    A: Twitter.

    As a Social Media Manager I spend most of my day on Twitter, so I have noticed the recent updates Twitter has made. For instance, quoting a tweet had been such a pain in the past (see what I did there?), not enough characters, weird short links, basically a poor feature with good intentions.

    The new format is fantastic. A quoted retweet is essentially posted as an interactive image, using significantly fewer characters while allowing one to easily access the original tweet.

    CreativitySocial Media Marketing

    The Bandit Band Member of the Boston Marathon

    “Hey, didn’t I see you singing a ZZ Top song back there?”

    Brendan Cheever is a Framingham local, the owner of Cheever Industries, and a marathon runner, who has had two extremely unique experiences at the Framingham 6 Mile Moment.

    “Oh, the Marathon’s coming up on Monday, I think I’ll run it.” Cheever was a bandit runner as a kid, jumping in and running for about six miles before stopping at The Chicken Bone to watch the trained runners go by. He finally got the chance to officially run the marathon in 2013.

    Cheever’s oldest son has autism and attends the Nashoba Learning Group out of Bedford, MA. Each year, the school receives bibs for the Boston Marathon and after getting an email about registering to run, Cheever thought, “Well if I click on this now, this is going to change my life.”


    A Roast of Roasters Roasting Roasters

    It was a Roast for roasting Roasters, also Justin Bieber was there.

    Is it just me or is the name that follows “The Roast of” just a celebrity endorsement to get millions of people to watch comedians make fun of each other? Now, this is not something I am opposed to, which is why I decided to highlight the best Roasters Roasting Roasters jokes of the night.

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    All About That Bass…And Justice For Jason

    All About That Bass singer, Meghan Trainor, is currently on a country and worldwide tour, which has music fans with bass on the mind. It's no coincidence that sound mixer for the 1988 Metallica album ...And Justice For All, has just revealed a major secret about the bass presence, or lack thereof, on the album.

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    Record Breaking: The Best of the Snowmageddon Time Lapse

    Title-town has done it again, with 108.6 inches, Bostonians have taken to their iPhone 6's to capture time lapse footage of everything this record-breaking 2015 has brought our way.

    Here are 5 of the best, and worst time lapse videos we could find on the internet. Your welcome.


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