Archive for September, 2018

Annual Taste of Fenway

September 27, 2018
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Annual Taste of Fenway

TASTING FENWAY: Lucas Yuchi just might’ve stolen that chip from his unsuspecting father during the Taste of Fenway on Thursday, Sept. 20, on Van Ness Street.
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47th Annual Bay Village Block Party

September 27, 2018
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47th Annual Bay Village Block Party

Neighbors got to mingle during the 47th annual Bay Village Block Party on Thursday, Sept. 20, on Melrose Street. Neighbors shut down the street and chatted the night away. The Block Party is one of the signature events in Bay Village each year.
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State Environmental Regulators Clear Path for Long Island Bridge Over Quincy Objections

September 27, 2018
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State environmental regulators (known as MEPA) on Wednesday cleared the way for the reconstruction of the Long Island Bridge over the many objections of elected officials from Quincy, marking a major win for the South End community and Mayor Martin Walsh. Officially, Matthew Beaton – secretary of Health and Human Services – ruled that...
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Applicant for Proposed Fenway Retail Marijuana Shop to Present Plans to Community

September 27, 2018
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The applicant for a retail marijuana establishment proposed near Fenway Park at 120 Brookline St. will be on hand for a community outreach meeting sponsored by the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services at the Fenway Community Center, 1282 Boylston St., on Thursday, Sept. 27, at 6:30 p.m. City Councilor Josh Zakim has been attending...
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Mayor,Commissioner ‘Highly Upset’ at Officer Being Shot on West Springfield

September 27, 2018
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As officers struggled with suspects to get into a West Springfield Street doorway on Sunday afternoon to pursue a man they believed had a gun, suddenly the doorway opened slightly wider. One officer who was in front, and had his foot in the door, saw the opening, then heard a gunshot. Suddenly, he realized...
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News Briefs

September 27, 2018
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CORRECTION In an article in the September 13th edition of The Boston Sun, the name of the owner of BrowMuse was misspelled. Her name is Mila Kalik, not Mila Kaluk.   ESPLANADE MURAL EXPERIENCES MAJOR VANDALISM The revered and critically-acclaimed Patterned Behavior art mural on the Esplanade experienced a significant amount of vandalism sometime overnight on...
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For the Record

September 27, 2018
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From the Sept. 25 Zoning Board of Appeals meeting, City Hall: 250 Newbury Street, Back Bay; Applicant: Josephine Damore Purpose: Outside seating. No work to be done. 48-62 Brookline Avenue  , Ward 5 Applicant: City Wide Contracting LLC Article(s): 32(32-4) Purpose: Build out Retail store with new entryway at street level. From the Sept. 25 Licensed Premise Violations hearing, City Hall: Bhc...
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Now + There’s Newest Public Artwork Takes Center Stage at the Prudential Center

September 27, 2018
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Public art curator Now + There presents the final curation of its 2018 “Common Home” season on September 19 with UNLESS by Boston artist Stephanie Cardon. This vibrant floor-to-ceiling installation will fill the main entrance to one of Boston’s most popular marketplaces, the landmark Prudential Center at 800 Boylston Street, casting an orange glow...
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Two Schools Bring Family Fun to Marlborough Street

September 27, 2018
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Family fun will be easy to find on Marlborough Street on Saturday, Oct. 13, as the John Winthrop School holds its 52nd annual Street Fair and The Learning Project holds its annual Fall Book Fair. The John Winthrop Street Fair will be held on Marlborough Street, between Berkeley and Clarendon streets, and The Learning...
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Real Estate Icon Harold Brown Stepping Down as Chairman of the Hamilton Company

September 27, 2018
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After 64 years at the helm of one of Boston’s most successful real estate empires, Harold Brown is stepping down as Chairman of The Hamilton Company. Brown, who purchased his first property at 1292 Commonwealth Ave. for $20,000 in 1954, has amassed more than $2.3 billion in residential and commercial real estate, primarily geared to...
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