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  1. With the arrival of spring and the 116th Boston Marathon around the corner, now is the perfect time to learn about all the great running spots in and around the Boston area. Mark Lowenstein, a local entrepreneur and author, has written three books covering Boston's best routes. These "themed" runs feature the City of Boston and 15+ communities, spanning 1,000+ miles, from historic neighborhoods to iconic paths and some true "hidden gems".

    As the world's oldest annual marathon, and New England's most widely viewed sporting event (yes, there is sports beyond the Patriots and Red Sox), the Boston Marathon makes every one of its spectators want to go out and start running! With the Great Runs series of comprehensive guides...novice and expert runners can experience the thrill of running - and maybe one day competing in "Boston".

    Did you know that…
    - It is now possible to run almost seamlessly along the waterfront, from Charlestown to Quincy?
    - Some of the most spectacular routes are in East Boston -- including Deer Island and the continually expanding greenway?
    - There are spectacular aqueduct paths that run nearly the length of Newton and Wellesley?
    - There is a gorgeous Battle Road trail between Lexington and Concord?
    - There are 10 ponds or reservoirs in MetroWest that have gentle perimeter paths of at least a mile around?

    Running enthusiasts are always looking for new discoveries and to add variety to what can be -- let's face it -- an occasionally lonely and boring pursuit. With these comprehensive guides, runners can continually explore new routes in what the marathon has cemented as one of the world’s great running cities.

    We look forward to working with you on upcoming feature stories for Boston Marathon coverage this month.

    To schedule and interview with the author or to get a sample of one of the three books, please contact:

    Mira Woods
    MG Communications
    617-513-7020
    mira@mgresults.com
    www.mgresults.com


    The books are:
    - Great Runs in Boston
    - Great Runs in Boston's Burbs (Cambridge, Newton, Wellesley, Concord, Lexington, Natick, Weston)
    - Great Runs in Brookline and Vicinity

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  2. THIS WEEK: The Museum of Science, Boston invites you to explore the science behind long-distance endurance with interpretations throughout the Museum, hands-on activities, and special guest presentations. Learn how the human body copes with the intense pressures of training for and running a marathon.

    Stop by a special display showcasing the changing history of marathon clothing and equipment, and explore how technology and engineering have shaped the evolution of runners' apparel (Green, Wing Level 2, across from the Human Body Connection). Join us for our finale on Sunday, April 15 and on Marathon Monday (April 16), check out our live race feed and see if you can spot the Museum's marathon runners!

    To learn more visit: http://www.mos.org/events_activities/events&d=4861

    Please feel free to contact me!
    Dianna Curry
    Rasky Baerlein Strategic Communications
    dcurry@rasky.com
    617-391-9737
    @RBSC_nonprofit
    www.rasky.com

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  3. THIS WEEK: The Museum of Science, Boston invites you to explore the science behind long-distance endurance with interpretations throughout the Museum, hands-on activities, and special guest presentations. Learn how the human body copes with the intense pressures of training for and running a marathon.

    Stop by a special display showcasing the changing history of marathon clothing and equipment, and explore how technology and engineering have shaped the evolution of runners' apparel (Green, Wing Level 2, across from the Human Body Connection). Join us for our finale on Sunday, April 15 and on Marathon Monday (April 16), check out our live race feed and see if you can spot the Museum's marathon runners!

    To learn more visit: http://www.mos.org/events_activities/events&d=4861

    Please feel free to contact me!
    Dianna Curry
    Rasky Baerlein Strategic Communications
    dcurry@rasky.com
    617-391-9737
    @RBSC_nonprofit
    www.rasky.com

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