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By lex.galloway - 4/17/11 - 11:49 am

Shirts come with tags that tell their stories.Shirts come with tags that tell their stories.

Hipsters with a need for irony are flocking to a non-profit group that's figured out how to get people to buy all those T-shirts nobody wants: Wait until they're sent overseas in charity shipments, buy them back, then sell them here and use the proceeds for non-profit work.

That's the goal of Project Repat, a new Boston-based effort trying to turn old T-shirts into money for non-profit work in the developing world.

By adamg - 9/6/05 - 8:57 am
By adamg - 5/28/05 - 10:13 am

The cancerous Eabo meme is spreading:

EaBo is broken up into 3 major sections: Eagle Hill, Orient Heights, and Jeffries Point. I guess you could call Maverick a small area as well.

Spotted by the ever vigilant Marilora, who notes that, unlike EaBo, East Boston has FOUR major areas. She adds:

By adamg - 4/26/05 - 1:02 pm

Carmeller spots the following ad on the hipsterati watering hole, i.e., craigslist:

East Boston (EaBo) loft coming in several months, 14'+ ceilings, walk to airport station, 800 square feet + 400 sf mezzanine, AC, roof rights, all stainless steel appliances, brand new. Don't wait to inquire. Come to Boston Magazine "hottest city neighborhood".

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