Archive for April, 2018

24th Greek Independence Parade

April 28, 2018
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24th Greek Independence Parade

George Papadopulous from Reading and John Nicolopoulos from Lowell,a “young” 70-year-old grandpa of five.
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CSANA Spring Soiree

April 28, 2018
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CSANA Spring Soiree

Mezza Soprano Colleen Palmer sings an abolitionist song last Sunday, April 22, during the Spring Soiree of the Chester Square Area Neighborhood Association (CSANA). Palmer and host Roberto Poli performed songs that were likely performed in the homes during the 19th century.
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First Time Business Owners Leap Through Hurdles to Open in Boston

April 28, 2018
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It was a bustling scene at Roosters Men’s Grooming Center for their opening night celebration on Beacon Hill. Residents, influencers, bloggers and more streamed in from across town to pack in to see the newly opened men’s hair salon along Charles Street. Already well known for their South End location on Tremont Street, the...
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After Two Years, SPOT has Found Success in Opiate Crisis

April 28, 2018
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When physicians and staff at the South End’s Boston Healthcare for the Homeless (BHCH) established the SPOT observation area to help alleviate the opiate overdose epidemic right outside its Albany Street door, they didn’t know what to expect. In two years, though, two things have become apparent. One is that SPOT works. But the...
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Mayor Reinstates Stronger Weekend- Work Permit Policy in South End

April 28, 2018
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Mayor Martin Walsh has reinstated the weekend in the South End. About two years ago, a huge swath of Saturday and Sunday peacefulness came over the South End as weekend construction activity – except in the case of an extreme emergency – came to a halt per a new policy from the Inspectional Services...
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WSANA Looking to Limit Marijuana Operation to Medical

April 28, 2018
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A diverse group of viewpoints and opinions were shared on Tuesday night, April 24, at the Worcester Square Area Neighborhood Association (WSANA) following a presentation by Compassionate Organics medical marijuana company, but the bulk of the membership seemed to indicate they might support the operation slated for 633 Tremont St. if it agreed not...
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SoWa Open Market to Kick-Off 15th Season

April 28, 2018
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The SoWa Open Market kicks off its 15th season on May 6, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. every Sunday, May-October. The market will feature 100-plus local makers, 50-plus farms and specialty food vendors, 10 of Boston’s favorite food trucks, the SoWa Vintage Market, and the new SoWa Beer Barn. Throughout the season, visitors can look forward to a variety of...
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Commonwealth Avenue Bridge Replacement Project Update

April 28, 2018
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2018 Construction Shutdown Scheduled for July 26 – Aug. 11 Significant Impacts to Comm Ave, I-90, and the MBTA MassDOT has announced the 2018 construction shutdown window for the Commonwealth Avenue Bridge Replacement Project. Between Thursday, July 26, and Saturday, Aug. 11, there will be significant service impacts to all modes of transportation along Commonwealth Avenue in the Boston University/Saint Paul...
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Fenway Civic Association Hold First Quarterly Meeting

April 28, 2018
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Sam Chambers, the city’s public information officer and LGBTQ contact, was on hand Monday night at The Coop at the Landmark Center.for the Fenway Civic Association’s first quarterly meeting of 2018. Chambers discussed City Hall to Go, which he described as a “traveling, mini-City Hall” which provides services remotely to Boston residents. He was...
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Lenox Street Development Has Two Proposals Vying for City-Owned Parcel

April 28, 2018
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Two proposals, one for affordable housing and the other for a community center, are battling it out for a city-owned parcel of land in Lower Roxbury. Both proponents want to serve the residents who currently live in a community that is rapidly changing with the South End right next door. A public meeting was...
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