Jabulani R. Barber
The Patriot's owner Robert Kraft along with JeRod Mayo and Tom Brady welcomed the band to a makeshift stage made on a flatbed truck and presented them with championship balls at their Allston apartment dedication.
Thousands of fans filled Commonwealth Ave for the dedication of 1325 and the free concert Aerosmith performed in celebration of the event.
In full Boston fashion, Aerosmith was brought to their apartment dedication in a parade of Duck Boats.
The Mayor's office dedicated 1325 Commonwealth Ave as the home of Aerosmith, giving each band member a street sign commemorating the ceremony.
Nicoletta Lyons, owner of Lola's Urban Vintage, maintains that no two pieces in her truck are exactly the same.
ARTichoke merges the love that the Escher sisters have of all things natural with a their passion for independent art.
Sneakerbox carries a wide variety of sneakers in order to appeal to a diverse audience.
Brkfst Clb sells shirts and hats designed by urban youth.
ARTichoke, run by Cape Cod sisters Kate and Lizzy Escher, merges their love of all things natural with a passion for independent art. Featuring screen-printed vests, dresses, tees, and hoodies all designed by local artists, ARTichoke caters to a wide variety of people.
Tiffany Crews and Angela Schipano are two brave but super chill ladies bringing their love of top-quality kicks to the urban streets with their Sneakerbox truck.
Several fashion trucks gather at Government Center as part of the Boston Fashion Week.
Boston native Taymullah Abdur-rahman speaks with a customer in front of his truck called the Brkfst Clb, standing for “Bringing Resources and Knowledge for Solutions Today,” a fashion company that is making waves among the city’s youth.
The Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies is housed inside the Center for Government and International Studies (CGIS) South Building.