Fenway Open Doors

October 15, 2018
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Fenway Open Doors

Sarah Byrd helps Melenne Levitt and Katarina Velkjovic build a skyscraper at the Fenway Alliance Opening Our Doors event on Monday, Oct. 8. The event brings together 21 institutions annually to showcase the Fenway neighborhood.
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Oktoberfest at SOWA

October 15, 2018
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Oktoberfest at SOWA

RIII-COLA, ER, OKTOBERFEST: Leslie Havens, leader of Waltham-based The TubaFrau Hofbräu Band performs on the Alphorn during the blockbuster Oktoberfest at the final SoWa Market on Sunday, Oct. 7, in the South End. The traditional German band accompanied beers of all varieties in the...
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Weekend Work in the South End Continues to Creep into Residents’ Lives

October 15, 2018
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Weekend construction work in the South End has become like an unwelcome guest – refusing to leave and showing up at the worst possible moments. A packed meeting on Thursday, Oct. 8, showcased the problem that has re-emerged in the South End regarding weekend...
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Founder of Rosie’s Place Honored with Memorial

October 15, 2018
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In 1974, Kip Tiernan founded Rosie’s Place, the first emergency shelter for women in the United States. On Oct. 6, her legacy and commitment to helping the homeless was...
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Stakeholders, Community Weigh In on the Fate of the Citgo Sign

October 15, 2018
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The Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) held a public hearing on Oct. 9 to present the study report for the Citgo Sign and gather public comment. There was no vote...
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News Briefs

October 15, 2018
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NEW LICENSING CHAIR Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced Tuesday the appointment of Kathleen Joyce as Chairwoman of the Boston Licensing Board, a regulatory board that grants and regulates various...
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