With all the hullabaloo about which city, region, or state e-commerce behemoth Amazon might pick, we got to thinking about competitions—a.k.a. rivalries.
So, in our latest open thread, we turn the mic over to you and ask: What are the biggest neighborhood rivalries in the Boston area?
Which neighborhoods always seem to be in competition with each other, whether for residents, retailers, amenities, simple street(scape) cred?
West Roxbury-Roslindale is a golden oldie. What are some others? Beacon Hill-Back Bay? Brighton-Allston? Kendall Square vs. fellow Red Line stop Harvard Square? South Boston with itself?
Sound off in the comments section below.
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