Archive for May, 2018

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May 4, 2018
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Malyszko Photography expands services Malyszko Photography, a dynamic partnership between Michael Malyszko (photographer) and Judith Hughes (producer), has announced an expansion of their services to provide coverage of celebrations and personal portraiture. Malyszko Photography has been serving commercial, educational and institutional clients for many years now, while on occasion turning the lens on their...
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Musicians from Marlboro Quintet to Perform at Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

May 4, 2018
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On May 6 at 1:30 p.m., Musicians from Marlboro return to perform at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s Sunday Concert Series. Each summer, leading young professional musicians train with master artists in the rural town of Marlboro, Vermont. Musicians exchange ideas, rehearse over 200 chamber orchestra pieces in depth, and perform weekend concerts. The...
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Fifth Annual Charles Street Couture Fashion Show to Take Place May 8

May 4, 2018
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With Marathon Monday as bitter cold and drizzly as it was this year, a festive and snazzy fashion show with colorful spring looks is an evening to look forward to. Beacon Hill Women’s Forum (BHWF) will be hosting its season finale, Fifth Annual Charles Street Couture Fashion Show on May 8, from 6 to...
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Volunteers Work to Make the Charles River Cleaner

May 4, 2018
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In recognition of National Volunteer Week and Earth Month, over 3,500 people volunteered on Saturday, April 28 as part of the 19th Annual Earth Day Charles River Cleanup. In a collaboration led by Charles River Watershed Association (CRWA), over 110 groups cooperated to pick up trash and debris and eradicate invasive species in an...
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Longfellow Bridge Closure and Shuttle Buses Replace Red Line Trains from May 12-13

May 4, 2018
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Due to the Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation Project, shuttle buses will replace Red Line trains in both directions between Park Street and Kendall/MIT Stations, with a stop at Charles/MGH Station, on Saturday, May 12, and Sunday, May 13. The bus route and stops are shown on this map. The Longfellow Bridge will also be closed...
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Transforming Steriti Rink from Ice to Tropics:BLO’s Presents Trouble in Tahiti May 11-20

May 4, 2018
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Boston Lyric Opera (BLO) is gearing up its elaborate set design and seating for its production of “Trouble in Tahiti” and “Arias & Barcarolles” – two Leonard Bernstein works newly combined into one harmonious piece about marriage, dreams, and disillusionment. The design will transform the the interior of the DCR’s Steriti Memorial Rink along...
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Copley Artists on the Move

May 4, 2018
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This past Sunday, if you were strolling through the Public Garden around midday, you likely would have come across an artist – or quite a few artists – parked at an easel, paintbrush in hand, squinting at the scene before them. Amid sunbathers and dogwalkers were the artist members of the Copley Society of...
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Imagine Boston, Imagine Beacon Hill

May 4, 2018
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Every spring, the City of Boston releases our Imagine Boston Capital Plan for the next five years. It outlines where our city’s budget will be focused, our longer-term plans, and our priorities. Essentially, the capital plan details what initiatives and projects in your neighborhood and across the City that we’ll be investing in to...
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Seeking to End Homelessness for Youth in Boston

May 4, 2018
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On Friday, Mayor Martin J. Walsh joined members of the City’s Youth Action Board to launch Rising to the Challenge: Ending Youth and Young Adult Homelessness in Boston, the City of Boston’s community planning process centered around preventing and ending homelessness among unaccompanied youth and young adults. The Youth Action Board is the City’s...
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Barbara Bush

May 4, 2018
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Barbara Bush, who passed away last week at the age of 92, was both a throwback to a time when a woman was expected to sacrifice her career for her husband and family and a trailblazer for the manner in which she led the life she chose. Mrs. Bush, who was the only woman,...
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