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Court Square Smoke Shops
15 Court St, Boston, MA 02108
Don't let the name fool you -- this establishment is more convenience store than smoke shop. And, despite not having aMore sign on the door, it has a steady stream of customers looking for everything from snacks to stamps to lottery tickets. It also stocks a wide variety of bottled drinks, including obscure hard-to-find items such as Tab and Moxie.
Beacon Hill Variety
8 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108
While there is no sign announcing the Beacon Hill Variety, the storefront windows offer a glimpse of the varied productsMore sold here. There is a large selection of snack and convenience foods including pre-made sandwiches, candy, chips, ice cream and energy bars, as well as juice, soda, water and five varieties of freshly brewed coffee. Customers will also find toiletries, lottery tickets, sunglasses and an assortment of newspapers. An ATM is tucked away in the corner to the left of the entrance.
Tedeschi Food Shops
122 Cambridge St, Boston, MA 02114
Conveniently located near Suffolk University and Boston's financial district, this store is a resource for residents,More students, professionals, and passersby. Typical convenience store items are available, including newspapers, magazines, frozen and packaged foods, sandwiches and sodas.  Also inside is a payphone and a Blockbuster Express kiosk. Green Mountain Coffee is brewed fresh on site, and locals are often seen trying their luck at the lottery while chatting with the friendly staff.   
McCormack Building
1 Ashburton Pl, Boston, MA 02108

This imposing 1970s -era building stands across the street from the State House and is home to the lion's share ofMore the State's agencies and departments. The McCormack's severe facade stands in stark contrast to the charming brick row homes on Beacon Hill, but the building's design is an appropriate indication of its functional purpose.

Visitors can walk in the lobby but should expect to pass through metal detectors and an ID check before going any further. Within its 22 stories, the McCormack Building houses the following State government offices:

The Secretary of the Commonwealth

The Attorney General

Office of the State Auditor

Abandoned Property (Department of Treasury)

State Retirement Board (Department of Treasury)

Veterans' Bonus (Department of Treasury)

Executive Office of Consumer Affairs

Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development

Executive Office of Elder Affairs

Massachusetts Public Records

Massachusetts Department of Higher Education

Massachusetts State Lottery

Executive Office of Public Safety

Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination

For complete information regarding the locations of State offices and departments visit www.mass.gov.