The first time I walked into this store, my jaw dropped. I didnt think it was possible to have so much of every kind of jewelry in a single room. But So Good has it. The jewelry is decently priced, and there is a color to match every occasion in every style. I could spend an hour just perusing the walls, often trying to think of an outfit to go with the jewelry (and not the other way around)!
This place looks like a hole-in-the-wall, but once you enter through the doors, youll find the entire place from floor to ceiling covered with every possible item you could need for school, from clipboards to stencils to school sweatshirts! It is basically a one-stop shop for all your school supply needs, but because it is so small and there is so much stuff packed in there, it might be a bit hard to find stuff. But the person who works there is friendly and nice, so you always have the option of asking him for help.
This is where we have been taking our dog for the last 10 years. The people here are great, friendly, and they really care, even when my dog does not care to be there. They are very gentle with the pets, which makes both my dog and me very comfortable. Also, when our family goes on trips, were able to leave him at the hospital where we pay a nightly fee for them to care for him we can even pay for them to give our dog a bath, which is a difficult task for a large dog!
This place is, by far, my favorite bowling alley in the Boston area. It is a good distance outside of the city, but parking is available with a car, so thats not such a big problem as long as there is a driver who would like to go. The place is huge, and along with tenpin bowling, there is candlepin bowling, a pool hall, an arcade, and a batting cage, so if theres ever a wait for a lane, there is plenty to do. Recently, they have had half price Wednesdays, which means bowling a tenpin game for just a little over $2. Their shoe rentals come with new socks, which is also an added bonus.