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Eateries Around the City are Participating in Dine Out Boston

March 10, 2017
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A total of 34 eateries from the Back Bay, Fenway, Kenmore and South neighborhoods are participating in this year’s Dine Out Boston sponsored by the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau (GBCVB) in partnership with American Express. This is the 16th year of Dine Out Boston and many Boston restaurants are providing diners an...
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BPDA Board Approves Major South End Projects

March 10, 2017
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The Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) Board approved two major projects in the South End at its meeting on Thursday, March 2. The BPDA board approved the Harrison Albany Block to revitalize vacant South End buildings to yield cultural, office space and housing. This will create 65 affordable units and a $13 million...
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The Lucas’ Selling Well, Hoping for New City Park Next Door

March 10, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Not only is David Goldman the developer of ‘The Lucas’ at the old Trinity Church on Shawmut Avenue, but he liked the product so much that he bought into it. Goldman, a resident of the South End since the 1970s, of New Boston Ventures, said his latest South End project constructed...
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Methadone Clinics at Odds Over Efforts to Relieve Stresses on Area

March 10, 2017
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By Seth Daniel When Mayor Martin Walsh made comments last week in a radio piece on WBUR that he was frustrated with the lack of effort by Methadone Clinics in the Worcester Square and Newmarket area, it came as a bit of a surprise to some of those clinics – who said this week...
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Friends of the South End Library Hold Annual Meeting

March 10, 2017
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Neighbors and friends packed into a small meeting room in the South End Library on January 31, to take part of the annual Friends of the South End Library (FOSEL) meeting. There, members participated in electing new board members and received an update on the upcoming programming such as the South End Writes and...
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LexRx,Exclusive Med Spa Opens on Newbury Street

March 10, 2017
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By Marianne Salza There are plenty of med-spas in Boston that offer an array of services from Botox and fillers to laser treatments and body contouring; but friends, Alexa Nicholls Costa and Alexandra L. Rogers aspired to go further and become specialists. The 28-year-old entrepreneurs founded LexRx, an exclusive boutique that focuses on non-invasive...
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Fortissimo Fists:Back Bay Boxer Brings Title Home to Boston

March 3, 2017
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It was a one-week long boxing lesson – procured via a Groupon no less – that led Back Bay resident Arika Skoog to put a music career on hold and go for the gloves. And it’s quickly paid off in championship belts. Back Bay fighter Arika Skoog fought against Elizabeth Humphries of Agawam last...
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CSTO Celebrate Chinese New Year and Black History Month

March 3, 2017
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CSTO Celebrate Chinese New Year and Black History Month

Adam Cheung shows off his martial art skills during the Castle Square Tenants Organization (CSTO) 8th Annual Chinese New Year and Black History Month combined celebration last Friday, Feb. 24, at the Benjamin Franklin Institute.
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Five People are Vying for District 2 City Council Seat

March 3, 2017
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By Beth Treffeisen This past February, Boston City Councilor Bill Linehan a life-long resident of South Boston announced that he will not seek a sixth term for District 2. By creating a rare open seat on the Council, this might spark a generational shift in leadership in some of the City’s most rapidly evolving...
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Boston City Council Passes New Sub-Divisions Between Precincts

March 3, 2017
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By Beth Treffeisen The Boston City Council passed a Home Rule Petition that will allow for new sub-divisions between precincts for additional voting locations at this week’s hearing held on Wednesday, March 1. It will now move onto to the State for final approval. “It is something that is long over due and it...
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