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Beacon Hill Art Walk

This Sunday, June 7th from 12-6pm is the Beacon Hill Art Walk in which local artists are able to exhibit and sell original, one-of-a-kind art from picturesque settings throughout the streets, secluded gardens, and alleyways of this historic neighborhood. Since 1990 this free public art fair has enlivened the neighborhood with paintings, collages, sculptures,...

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Cigliano Steps Down at Nichols House

March 25, 2015
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Cigliano Steps Down at Nichols House

It was in July 1999 when the vivacious and multi-talented Flavia Cigliano stepped into her role as executive director of the Nichols House Museum. It is a small neighborhood museum, but not too small for her to envision making it as professional as those many sizes bigger. On March 31, Cigliano, now beloved by...

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Tales of Ode Release Party Set for May 28

Check out their latest single, “Why” RIYL: Of Monsters and Men, Kings of Leon, MuteMath Who: Indie folk-rock band Tales of Olde “mix earnest songwriting, tight musicianship, and beautiful harmonies creating sonic atmospheres that toe the line between folk and pop” (My Old Kentucky Blog). What: Album release party for their debut EP, out 6/3 Where: Great Scott, Allston,...

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Lord Stanley, Meet Captain Chara

June 16, 2011
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Lord Stanley, Meet Captain Chara

One of our photographers grabbed this historic shot Thursday morning of Boston Bruins Captain Zdeno Chara exiting the charter plane at Logan Airport while hoisting the Stanley Cup into the air. A small group of fans were there to cheer on the team as they arrived back in Boston just after 8:30 a.m. on...

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A Perfect 10!

December 7, 2010
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A Perfect 10!

Peter Rait, Co-Proprietor of Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro, and Cecilia Rait, Co-Proprietor and Resident Wine Director celebrate their 10 year anniversary in business on December 2. The Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro, is a multi-use property consisting of both an inti- mate and authentic boutique hotel and an award winning Bistro in Boston’s...

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Cibeline Sariano sets local fashion scene afire

December 7, 2010
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Cibeline Sariano sets local fashion scene afire

At the age of 7, Cibeline Sariano dreamed of one day becoming a fashion designer. Twenty-nine years later, Cibeline is celebrating her ninth year at her eponymous designer boutique, as well as her second year on prestigious Charles Street in Beacon Hill. Sariano credits her parents and grandparents, all professional artists, for nurturing her...

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Hill resident promoted to senior VP of Schwartz Communications

December 7, 2010
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Hill resident  promoted to senior VP of Schwartz Communications

Beacon Hill resident Ross Levanto and co-worker Laura Kempke were recently promoted to senior vice-president positions at Schwartz Communications, Inc., a Waltham-based technology, healthcare and clean-tech agency. “Ross and Laura are both results-oriented, public relations powerhouses who have been instrumental in developing communications and marketing campaigns that utilize the very latest in content optimization,...

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Charles Street Committee working to improve streetscape

December 7, 2010
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Following its inaugural meeting in October, the Joint Charles Street Committee is already making noticeable strides in improving the streetscape. The committee, co-chaired by Beacon Hill Civic Association (BHCA) board member John Corey and Beacon Hill Business Association (BHBA) President Susan Symonds, contacted Bank of America Charles Street Branch Manager Eric Laumeister  and informed...

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Receiving what he deserved

December 7, 2010
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The Boston City Council’s vote to expel their colleague Chuck Turner last week was the right thing to do. The 11-1 vote showed the resolve of the council, despite many of its members fretting that Turner was their friend and it was a difficult vote to make considering all he had done for his...

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Dr. Johnson’s dilemma

December 7, 2010
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Boston School Superintendent Carol Johnson is attempting to close down 13 Boston Public Schools and to combine five others in order to cut a more than $50 million deficit the Boston School Department is facing. Dr. Johnson’s gambit – to close schools that can no longer sustain themselves – is a step in the...

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