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Where to play Pokemon Go in the Boston area

Pokemon Go is everywhere in Greater Boston. Whether you’re an old hand at the augmented virtual reality game or just getting started, here are some of the best places to play.

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Every Pokéstop and gym in Washington, D.C., mapped

Looking for a new gym to conquer? Or maybe a Pokéstop to nab some in-game items? Here is a crowdsourced map of every Pokéstop and gym in the greater Washington region. The map points with the Pokéballs are Pokéstops, while the Pikachus are gyms.

Where did Pokémon Go take you this week?

The Pokémon Go craze is real and we want to talk about it. Has the game got you discovering your city in a way you wouldn’t have done otherwise? Share your stories in the comments.

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Pokemon Go mania causes NYPD to issue ‘stranger danger’ warning

NYPD commissioner Bill Bratton may think Pokemon Go is stupid, but that hasn’t stopped the NYPD from issuing a series of safety tips for New Yorkers who are obsessed with the game.

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Pokemon Go in NYC: Everything You Need to Know

From mapping where to find Pikachu to the proper etiquette while playing in public and Pokécrawls to gym spotting, here's everything you need to know about playing the augmented-reality game in NYC

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Pokemon Go bar crawls ... because Miami

Apparently, some folks in Miami have decided to blend the popular phone app that utilizes Google Maps to search for Pokemon with booze, because Miami. Yes Pokemon Go bar crawls are becoming a thing in the Magic City...

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Pokémon Go player walks right into pond at Prospect Park

When catching ‘em all goes wrong...

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Seattle's new industry: Pokémon Go safari drivers

Pokémon Go has people on the move all around Seattle and some folks have figured out a way to make it safer and make a few bucks.

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Here is your Pokémon Go Washington, D.C. photo roundup

Pokémon Go has taken over the city. For those interested in seeing what game play is like, check out these Instagram photos and Tweets, all taken in the D.C. Metro area, from Psyduck at the Washington Monument to Poliwag at Capitol Hill.

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Everything you need to know about Pokémon Go in D.C.

Pokemon Go has taken the country by storm. With the new mobile game, Niantic Labs (a Google-grown company, in cooperation with Nintendo and the Pokémon Company) has reinvigorated the public to explore their cities, even at the risk of injuries.

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Pokémon Go street etiquette: dos and don'ts

Let’s face it: Pokémon Go is addicting, and people are abandoning their good manners and general smartness in order to catch a rare Pokémon. Let’s change that stinkin’ thinkin’ and get your good manners back.

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Pokémon Go in San Francisco: Everything You Need to Know

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Is Pokemon Go the future of real estate? (Spoiler: no)

A Citi Habitats broker wants to use the game’s technology as a way to "create more brand awareness around [a] building & help to foster more showings and in turn deals." Oh, brother.

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Map: Find San Francisco's Pokémon Gyms

What with Pokémon proving so popular, let's take a look at a phenomena of concern even to non-players: The proliferation of San Francisco Pokémon Gyms. These are the SF hotspots where players do battle.

Pokémon maps are trying to aggregate every single Pokémon, stop, and gym

PokéMapper and PokeGoWorld are among the first maps to attempt to create comprehensive user-generated maps of Pokémon sightings, gyms, and locations.

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Thousands RSVP for Pokémon Go meetup at Millennium Park

A very large group will be meeting Sunday afternoon to search for Pokémon

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Seattle among the most mobile-friendly U.S. cities

If you've spent any time in a Seattle park, or just stood outside for long enough, you've no doubt come across some Pokémon Go players in the midst of catching Pokémon. It's easy because Seattle is among the top mobile-friendly cities in America.

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Pokemon Go player defaces Meridian Hill Park sign

This is why we can’t have nice things, Pokemon Go players. On the Washington, D.C. subreddit, a user posted the above photo, showing a defaced sign in Meridian Hill Park with the words, "Team Mystic. There was little public approval from Reddit users

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Pokémon Go spotted around San Francisco

From the Golden Gate Bridge to the Giants Dugout souvenir store, folks playing Pokémon Go, the new augmented reality game that’s taken over many a water cooler conversation, are posting their finds from all over the city.

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Where to start catching Pokémon around Seattle

If you haven't played before and you're looking for a way to jump in, Curbed has begun to map different neighborhoods and sites in Seattle and what types of Pokemon players or stops you can find there.

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4,500 people plan on hunting Pokémon together in SF on Wednesday

This Wednesday, an estimated 4,500 people RSVP’d to take part in a massive Pokémon hunt in San Francisco. Are you game?

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How Pokemon Go is affecting D.C. businesses

For some businesses in Washington, D.C., the new mobile game, Pokemon Go, is more of a nuisance than a blessing. While the game encourages exploring one’s neighborhood, there are businesses in D.C. that are fed up with the surge in visitors.

Pokémon Go: The new mobile game taking cities by storm

In a matter of days, Pokémon Go, the red-hot new mobile app game based on the popular video-game-trading-card-cartoon empire has become nothing short of a real-life phenomenon. Has it invaded your neighborhood yet?

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SFPD urge Pokémon Go safety precautions

In what is either a career high or all-time low point for the captain of Bayview Station (could go either way), the department issued safety guidelines for Pokemon GO players apt to stumble into real danger while hunting virtual varmints.

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