Twitter can be an excellently fast way of keeping tabs on what’s going on in various neighborhoods across the Boston region. Some feeds are more informative than others—and more regularly updated. These are those (non-media/governmental) neighborhood feeds.
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Can't wait till the world calms down enough to tweet stuff only people living between Dorchester Bay and Blue Hill Ave might care about.— welcome to dot (@WelcomeToDot) February 2, 2017
It’s cheerfully written, sharp in its observations, and fiercely loyal to Boston’s largest neighborhood by area.
This is a very service-y feed by someone who clearly finds joy in the things that make Southie unique.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Officially retiring "Keep Allston Shitty." New slogan "Let's Make Allston Something to be Proud Of" https://t.co/PL36oKJY4O— Allston Rat City (@allstonratcity) February 2, 2017
The unabashedly direct, occasionally crude, always honest Twitter feed that Allston deserves.
Sometimes satirical and often relentlessly local in its focus, this feed for Boston’s southern neighbor does sometimes wander northward, all the way to Southie.
This feed serves as a relentless chronicler and occasional critic of development and infrastructure plans—and the lack thereof—in Fort Point and the neighboring Seaport.
A good digest for keeping tabs on the trends, as well as the openings and the closings, in Boston’s Jamaica Plain.