Fenway Studios to Celebrate 10 Years of Food Donations at Open Studios

November 9, 2018
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When the artists of the Fenway Studios come together for their annual Open Studios this weekend, they will not only be displaying their latest works, but they’ll be celebrating 10 years of helping the less fortunate with a food drive that coincides with the event. Artists at the building have a unique set up...
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Boston Medical Buys Crosstown Center at Mass/Cass

November 9, 2018
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Boston Medical Center (BMC) has purchased the Crosstown Center from Maryland developer and the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) for $12 million to support its move from the 88 East Newton St. building. The hospital bought the building from Multi-employer Property Trust of Bethesda, Maryland. The company is a Bentall Kennedy core, open-end...
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News Briefs

November 9, 2018
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SOUTH END FORUM CANCELED South End Forum Moderator Steve Fox alerted the Sun this week that he has been forced to cancel the South End Forum quarterly meeting on Nov. 13. He said due to extenuating circumstances, they were not able to meet at the AC Hotel Ink Block, and he was not able...
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Laughter League Holds Benefit to Continue Using Laughter as Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital

November 9, 2018
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On Thursday, Nov. 1, the Laughter League Healthcare Clown team from Boston Children’s Hospital put on “Laughter League Live,” a comedy benefit to raise money to reach more children at Boston Children’s Hospital. The Laughter League provides “professional healthcare clowns” at the children’s hospital Monday through Friday, according to Tiffany Riley, Laughter League co-founder...
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Gov Baker Easily Takes Back Bay, Shunned in the South End

November 9, 2018
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Gov. Charlie Baker cruised to victory over challenger Jay Gonzalez on Tuesday night’s General Election, and nearly became the first Republican governor to win Boston in decades. Baker and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito won convincingly statewide with 67 percent of the vote, and in Boston he lost to Gonzalez by only one percentage point,...
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Flynn Talks Pedestrian Safety, Hempfest with Bay Village Residents

November 9, 2018
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The Bay Village Executive Committee held a quick meeting on November 5 to briefly provide additional updates after the annual meeting. Progress is being made on the updating of the Bay Village Architectural District guidelines—a draft document has been presented, and they are looking for feedback. There will be an abutter’s meeting on November...
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