Monthly Archives: September 2011

Block Party Was a Great Success

September 20, 2011
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The Neighborhood Block Party held Sunday in Beacon Hill was a great success and attended by many hundreds of residents and visitors to our neighborhood. The Beacon Hill Civic Association is to be commended for its efforts at making this such a fun and well attended event that had the good luck of occurring...

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Police Briefs 09-20-2011

September 20, 2011
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Fire 09/08/11 – An officer responded to a kitchen fire in a South Russell Street apartment at around 8:17 p.m. The Boston Fire Department was on the scene and estimated damages at $1,000.  A victim reported he was cooking on the stove when it caught fire. Assault and Battery 09/12/11 – A male victim...

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Devonia Antiques to Celebrate Reopening with Cocktail Reception

September 13, 2011
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Devonia Antiques to Celebrate Reopening with Cocktail Reception

More than 14 months after it was displaced by the fire at DeLuca’s Market, Devonia Antiques for Dining has reopened at 15 Charles St. and is commemorating the occasion with a cocktail reception this Thursday. “We were an established business for 16 years so after being out of business for more than a year,...

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Power of Music: Pinckney Street Resident Aims to Get Word out About Community Music Center of Boston

September 13, 2011
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Power of Music: Pinckney Street Resident Aims to Get Word out About Community Music Center of Boston

Pinckney Street resident Bill Knowlton first learned of Community Music Center of Boston (CMCB) around seven years ago during his family’s search to find an appropriate program for their autistic daughter Hope. His wife Deb read about the South End-based non-profit in a local community newspaper and enrolled Hope, who was not yet 2...

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State House Post Office Considered for Closure

September 13, 2011
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The fate of the State House post office now hinges on the outcome of a study being undertaken by the United States Postal Service (USPS), said USPS spokesman Dennis Tarmey. The State Office branch is among the 31 postal outlets being evaluated for “possible discontinuance” out of a total of 330 in the Greater...

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After the Memorial

September 13, 2011
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Many of us are left with the palpable feeling that we are a good and decent nation, with a good and decent people, following the dignified nationwide slate of memorials that were held to commemorate the lives of the dead and the sacrifice they made on September 11, 2001. It was also a day...

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What is Good for Newbury Street Might Be Appropriate for Charles Street

September 13, 2011
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Last Thursday marked the first time in its modern history that the entirety of Newbury Street was shut down to automobile traffic in order to host a fashion-fine automobile extravaganza. Herb Chambers, the automobile tycoon and fashion maven, showed what he is all about, bringing to the street about 40 of his finest automobiles,...

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Police Briefs 09-13-2011

September 13, 2011
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Larceny in a Building 09/01/11 – A victim reports while moving her daughter into a West Cedar Street apartment at around 4:30 p.m., unknown person(s) stole her handbag, which she left on the floor outside the door of the apartment. The handbag contained U.S. currency, an iPod, a cell phone, keys, credit cards and...

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Benefit for Park Horses

September 6, 2011
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Benefit for Park Horses

Boston Park Rangers Mounted Unit greeting fans on the Common.   

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Lease Signed for Common Eatery

September 6, 2011
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Lease Signed for Common Eatery

The Boston Parks and Recreation Department has announced that Mayor Thomas M. Menino has signed the lease for the adaptive reuse of the former Men’s Comfort Station on Boston Common with Earl of Sandwich, a Florida-based franchised restaurant chain. Earl of Sandwich is a collaboration between Robert Earl and John Montagu, the 11th Earl...

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