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PopSmith

COOLIDGE CORNER POP UP ALERT!  If you haven’t been in Coolidge Corner, Brookline recently, you may not have noticed that something p cool popped up at the old Peet’s Coffee space at the corner of Green St. & Harvard St.  Our friends at the Brookline Booksmith sprouted a neat little pop up appropriately named PopSmith and it’s cute as hell! It features bargain books and will host mini, seasonal events and gift wrapping services.  Did we mention it’s cute as hell?? Signage is going up as we speak! THAT’S how new this sucker is! Have…

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Kingston Local

Cider in the City

We have something pretty special and pretty exclusive for you to do TOMORROW evening. Don’t worry, we won’t strap you with obligations that are long, annoying and uninspired. Here, you can show up, have a couple of quick drinks, enjoy some live music, eat some good cheese and DIP! All within 2 hours.  Cider in the City is being hosted by Allandale Farm in Brookline. We will do a full blown Kingston Local on Allandale Farm later on but for now, let’s talk about this little 2hr celebration happening Thursday, November 7th from 6-8pm.  Cider in the City celebrates the…

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Kingston Cares

MOVEMBER

And so it begins...let those ‘staches GROW! This month, #kingstoncares takes up the Men’s Health topic. Every year in November around the U.S., “Mo Brothers” and “Mo Sisters” help raise money for men’s health awareness. Everything from prostate & testicular cancer to suicide and mental heath awareness, the Movember movement encompasses all angles and topics of men’s health. And as you may or may not know, the signal for men being involved, is growing a big ‘ol mustache throughout the month of November. So, here we go. The #kremcrew dudes will be sporting a mustache, starting from today, throughout November.…

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Kingston Local

Coolidge Corner Theater

There are a million reasons to love the Coolidge Corner theater. Aside from the amazing selection of films they feature- everything from Hollywood blockbusters to limited theater run indie films- to their 35mm features, this theater is oozing with style, character and history.  Here are a couple of notable historical facts about this Coolidge Corner landmark-  It was opened in 1903 as a Universalists Church and converted to a one screen, art deco theater in 1933 Was sold to a real estate developer in the late ‘1980’s and was thought to be all but over - instead the developer offered…

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Letter from the Broker

KREM Anny v2.

Well, here we are. Two years strong. And man, are we strong.  I’m going to take an opportunity here to humble brag for a minute. 2019 was an incredible year for KREM. Our team (the #KREMcrew) worked their butts off to ensure all of our rental clients were taken care of. This means having no exclusive rental inventory left behind post-9/1. Because we were able to partner with some really extraordinary clients, our customers were equally as thrilled. We legit had zero major hiccups with our move-in’s or unmanaged expectations. We contribute this to us being highly focused on communication…

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