You Now Can Re-Live ‘Allston Christmas’ In A Web Series

Brighton Avenue in Allston gets the “sharrow” treatment — with a twist. A new set of street markings on Allston’s Brighton Avenue aren’t simply an errant set of dashes installed by city staff with extra paint — they’re part of a national experiment to test innovative bike facilities. ( (Martine Powers/ Globe Staff)
Brighton Avenue in Allston.
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Anyone who has moved to Allston on Sept. 1 knows it is hell.

There is rarely a way to avoid it. The streets are cramped, people are sweaty and the day probably will end in an argument of sorts.

If you haven’t witnessed it, now you can.

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According to Boston Magazine, a new web series — called “Allston Xmas” — about the Sept. 1 moving ritual and created by Boston University graduates, is coming soon.

What is Allston Christmas, you ask? According to Boston Magazine:

“A day full of digging through people’s discarded possessions laying abandoned in student-heavy neighborhoods, which we love to loathe on an annual basis.”

Check out the trailer and more about the series on their website.