Over 200 Artists Featured at South End Open Studios

September 20, 2018
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Over 200 Artists Featured at South End Open Studios

Artist Sorin Bica in front of some of his newest pieces during the 32nd annual South End Open Studios last weekend. More than 200 artists opened up their workspaces to the public, with many converging on the neighborhood to see the latest works from the neighborhood’s creators.
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Carter Playground Officially Opens

September 20, 2018
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Carter Playground Officially Opens

Mayor Martin Walsh and several South End youth sports participants cut the ribbon for the opening of the Sergeant William E. Carter Playground on Columbus Avenue last Friday afternoon, Sept. 14. The new fields are part of a partnership between Northeastern University and the...
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Roof Deck for Algonquin Club Denied by the BBAC

September 20, 2018
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Members of the Back Bay community filled the Boston Planning and Development Agency Board Room at City Hall on Sept. 12 to hear architect Guy Grassi present his 45-minute proposal for the restoration of the Algonquin Club. For over 130 years, the building at...
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Liberty Compassionates Seeking Albany Street Location

September 20, 2018
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The Liberty Compassionates medical marijuana company presented its plans for a dispensary at 591 Albany St. on Tuesday afternoon to the South End Forum’s Opiate Working Group – one...
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20 Condos Proposed for Old Church

September 20, 2018
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At Monday’s Bay Village Planning/Licensing Committee meeting, representatives from New Boston Ventures and Finegold Alexander Architects presented a very preliminary proposal for turning the church at 19 Isabella St....
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City, Northeastern Unveil Multi-Million Dollar Park Renovation in South End

September 20, 2018
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On a beautiful Friday afternoon on the edge of autumn, the historic old William E. Carter Playground was introduced to the new millennium in a ribbon-cutting ceremony led by...
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