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International OCD Foundation Patient Advocate Ethan Smith bravely shares his life story in this article in the Washington Post's Answer Sheet. It comes as the organization is celebrating its 30th Anniversary. Special thanks to Ethan and to IOCDF Executive Director Jeff Szymanski for lending their expertise to help raise awareness of OCD and correct some of the misconceptions about it. #OCDweek http://wapo.st/2dO13ku

What obsessive-compulsive disorder does to a young mind when it grows unchecked

Food For Free and Pine Street Inn's collaboration helps serve healthy, fresh meals to homeless residents at the shelter. Check out this incredible partnership on WCVB Channel 5 Boston's 5 For Good: http://bit.ly/2dTKNLG

5 for Good: 'Field of Greens' harvested for the homeless

A fruitful relationship between a growing operation in Lincoln and the Pine Street Inn in Boston is our latest For Good.

Thanks to the GRIT Freedom Chair, rider Jeremy Kerr is able to use fitness as a way to heal and get the exercise he loves to do. Check out his story in Men's Fitness.

Success stories: four men who lived through potentially devastating events—and credit fitness to their miraculous recoveries

In case you missed it, Project STEP was featured on NECN's The Take with Sue O'Connell last week. You can watch the video here: http://bit.ly/2eN7YtC

Classical Musicians of the Future

Seventeen-year-old violinist Alexander Hernandez and Gabriella Sana of Project STEP explain how young lives are being changed through classical music training.

In a divided nation, executive director of Food For Free Sasha Purpura and executive director of Pine Street Inn Lyndia Downie showed how collaboration can make the world better. Check it out on WGBH News' Friday News Quiz. http://bit.ly/2eKCJ0Q

A News Quiz For A Divided America

Use these simple, money-saving food storage hacks to keep your groceries fresh

In case you missed it last night, you can catch Playworks Massachusetts on NECN's The Take right here: http://bit.ly/2dczrY0

Where Do the Children Play?

Jonathan Gay, executive director of Playworks, Massachusetts, joins Sue O'Connell on The Take.

In case you missed it: To kick off #OCDAwarenessWeek, the International OCD Foundation's Jeff Szymanski, Ph.D was on NECN's The Take with Sue O'Connell this Monday. http://bit.ly/2dXqhhC

Raising OCD Awareness

In case you missed it: To kick off #OCDAwarenessWeek, the International OCD Foundation's Jeff Szymanski, Ph.D was on NECN's The Take with Sue O'Connell this Monday. http://bit.ly/2dXqhhC

Check out Sacha Pfeiffer's article in The Boston Globe, highlighting the partnership between Food For Free and Pine Street Inn that helps guests get fresh vegetables right from the farm. http://bit.ly/2e2R4KM

Cambridge nonprofit Food for Free brings farm fresh produce to Pine Street Inn - The Boston Globe

Check out Sacha Pfeiffer's article in The Boston Globe, highlighting the partnership between Food For Free and Pine Street Inn that helps guests get fresh vegetables right from the farm. http://bit.ly/2e2R4KM

Thank you WBUR 90.9 FM for the well-done Here & Now piece about the work being done at Anderson Cabot Center for Ocean Life at the New England Aquarium to save whales http://wbur.fm/2d0s5Se

John Haviland holds up a modified rope he's using to catch lobster off the coast of Massachusetts. It has a lower breaking point than a standard fishing line so that whales can break through it more easily.

Thank you Bay State Banner for the great profile of Amel Larrieux - Blisslife Records, who will be opening this year's RISE series at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum next Thurdsay. For more information about RISE click here: http://bit.ly/2cQWdTm

The RISE music series kicks off its second season with a sold out show featuring Grammy-nominated singer Amel Larrieux on Thursday, October 13 at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s Calderwood Hall.

Thank you Sebastian Smee for this review of Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's Beyond Words Exhibition in The Boston Globe. http://bit.ly/2dHFW5I

Thank you Sebastian Smee for this review of Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's Beyond Words Exhibition in The Boston Globe. http://bit.ly/2dHFW5I

In this week's #TeakTalkTuesday, we reveal what goes on behind the curtain at PR firms and what being a publicist is really all about. Hint: it's a lot more than what you see on TV. http://bit.ly/2dq3o7r

In this week's #TeakTalkTuesday, we reveal what goes on behind the curtain at PR firms and what being a publicist is really all about. Hint: it's a lot more than what you see on TV. http://bit.ly/2dq3o7r

The 32nd Annual Boston Film Festival will be happening all weekend. Visit www.bostonfilmfestival.org for tickets to see full-length films such as “American Wrestler: The Wizard" and shorts such as "Split Ticket". #BostonFilmFest16 http://bit.ly/2cttNQF

Three festivals and an advance screening - The Boston Globe

The Boston Film Festival and Boston Latino International Film Festival are set to kick off.

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