Radio Shack 1334 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Radio Shack is the store with a thousand lives, as it keeps changing with the times. Its electronics-hobbyist past still…More has vestiges in the hundreds of small electronic parts stocked in this store: connectors and wiring for computers, televisions and other small electronics of all kinds. Of course, you can still find batteries here in every shape, size and voltage. And, now The Shack sells GPS devices, digital cameras, alarm systems, cell phones and wireless tablets, with AT&T subscriptions.
Rumblestrip Audio 115 Dummer St, Brookline, MA02446 Rumblestrip Audio is a post-production studio for TV, radio, film, interactive and Web design sound. Rumblestrip has…More rooms that feature both Pro Tools and Fairlight MFX3 workstations. For more information, contact Kim DeRosa at the number provided.
Dr. Gerald Fine, D.D.S. 1223 Beacon St, Brookline, MA02446 Dr. Gerald Fine is a dentist and oral surgeon serving the greater Brookline community. At his practice, he provides a…More variety of everyday and complex dental services including dental implantation, removal of wisdom teeth, oral pathology and treatment of facial trauma. Fine specializes in maxillofacial surgery and has appeared as a speaker on TV, radio and at conferences in the Boston area. Call to schedule an appointment.
Newbury College 129 Fisher Ave, Brookline, MA02445 Located at the top of a hill in a quiet neighborhood, Newbury College is an intimate institution dedicated to the…More success of its students. It accommodates both traditional and part-time students. The college offers a private liberal arts education geared towards professional success with small class sizes which allow for a close connection between students and faculty. Although the student body is small, the college still has campus housing and an active student life. There are 13 Men's and Women's Division III athletics teams, a student run radio station, and many on-campus clubs. With its close proximity to downtown Boston, it has all the perks of a small town school with the excitement of living in a big city.