Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Jewish New Year

September 18, 2012
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Boston’s Jewish community has ushered in the New Year with synagogue services, prayer and with traditional family gatherings. Now comes the ten days of penitence for Jews all over the world, during which time they must atone for their misdeeds during the past year in order to clear the slate for the coming year....

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Police Briefs 09-18-2012

September 18, 2012
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Breaking and Entering – Residence 09/04/12 – An Irving Street resident reported unknown person(s) forced open the front door to her apartment and removed a Blu-Ray player, DVDs, wine, a laptop, a Kindle, an iPad and a camera between 6:45 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. Breaking and Entering – Residence 09/07/12 – A Cambridge Street...

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BHCA Zoning Gives Nod to Restaurant

September 11, 2012
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BHCA Zoning Gives Nod to Restaurant

The neighborhood might soon have an exotic new dining option, following the Beacon Hill Civic Association (BHCA) Zoning and Licensing Committee’s decision Wednesday not to oppose plans to open an authentic Mongolian restaurant at the former home of The Spotted Apron on Cambridge Street. The proposed Little Lamb Hot Pot at 326 Cambridge St....

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Neighborhood Block Party Kicks off on This Sunday

September 11, 2012
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Beacon Hill’s biggest party just keeps on getting bigger. The Beacon Hill Civic Association’s Neighborhood Block Party and Beer Garden, which kicks off September 16 at 12 noon in front of the Firehouse, 127 Mount Vernon Street, is packed full of entertainment, tours and free food – even a ‘Pats’ Party for all. What’s...

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Remembering September 11, 2001

September 11, 2012
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The more that time passes, the more we tend to forget the stark terror and horrible outcome of the terrorists attacks which killed so many, while at the same time awakened the nation to the worldwide terrorist threat. The passing of time, however, doesn’t dim the memory of just how bad this attack was,...

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Fighting Cancer with a Walk

September 11, 2012
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The neighborhoods in and around downtown Boston, including our own, were crowded Sunday with walkers and many, many observers and silent participants doing their thing to raise money for the Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk. According to the Jimmy Fund, approximately $7.5 million was raised for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and 8500 men...

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The Red Sox in Last Place

September 11, 2012
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You do not have to be a Boston Red Sox baseball fan to take notice of the Red Sox who sank into last place at the expense of a team that came to Boston this weekend that was in last place when they arrived but are no longer in last place upon leaving. The...

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Police Briefs 09-11-2012

September 11, 2012
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Robbery – Unarmed 08/29/12 – A female victim reported while walking through the Public Garden by Beacon and Charles streets at around 12:08 a.m., an unknown male suspect approached her and ripped her iPhone out of her hand before fleeing on foot in the direction of Arlington Street. Larceny (Bicycles) 09/01/12 – Two victims...

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Obituaries 09-11-2012

September 11, 2012
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Katherine Duggan Brookline Resident Katherine (Marcellino) Duggan of Brookline, formerly of Milton, died on September 7. She was the loving mother of Amy M. Duggan of Brookline, devoted grandmother of Maeve K. Laslie of Brookline, sister of Donna Marcellino of Olympia, WA, Lora Sheptyck of Eastham, Samuel Marcellino of Ohio, Thomas Marcellino of New...

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Residents Urged to Attend Meeting to Get Downtown Grammar School

September 11, 2012
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Elected officials and other community leaders are encouraging residents to use this Wednesday’s community meeting of the External Advisory Committee on Improving School Choice and School Assignment as a forum to petition for a new public grammar school to serve downtown neighborhoods. “This is an opportunity to advocate for a new public elementary school,”...

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