What’s great about Brookline? What’s not to like? Let’s start with all the great shopping and eating on Harvard Street, stop in and catch some great films at the historic Coolidge Corner Theatre, get lost in literature at the Brookline Booksmith, or take the T down to Fenway. The homes and neighborhoods are beautiful, and every street offers something unique to enjoy. My favorite part is the diversity. There are more than thirty different primary languages spoken by students in Brookline Public Schools. It is awesome to have people from China, Korea, Japan, Israel, and Central and South America making Brookline their home. As a result, this community is rich in culture and the arts, and oh so much fun.