Why Boston’s new logo is an inspiration for other cities

The logo that Boston is trying to create this year is a little different than most logos around the world.

The city of Boston has chosen a bold, colorful and colorful look, but it is not the kind of symbol that everyone has ever seen or used.

The Boston skyline and other landmarks have a white outline with blue and red dots on them, and the city’s coat of arms is a solid yellow stripe with blue, white and red letters.

Boston has long used its iconic logo for business and public relations.

The logo has been used in a variety of ways, including in the city of Portland and the state of Oregon.

But the city has a new logo for the future that is unique and a lot of people love.

It’s not just the city that is getting a new design this year.

Many other cities are trying to get a similar look.

Some cities are using a simplified version of the logo, while others have a different version that includes more blue and green dots.

It’s hard to say how much they have changed the logo for, but Boston is taking a cue from other cities and has chosen to go with a simplified look.

The logo has had a rough start.

Its origins date back to 1867, when the United States Supreme Court struck down the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 that outlawed the transportation of slaves to and from Europe.

The Fugitive Slavery Act had outlawed the sale of African slaves to those who were being held as indentured servants in the United State.

In 1872, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling that changed the meaning of the word “slaves.”

It said that a person was not considered a slave until he was sold.

The Supreme Court decision had been in effect since 1872.

It was later overturned by the U-S Supreme Court in 1896.

In 1912, Congress passed the Act for the Abolition of Slavery.

The act abolished the Fugitives Slave Act and replaced it with the Act of 1873, which established a federal system for transporting people to and within the United