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BHWF Speaker Event

October 18, 2018
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BHWF Speaker Event

“Oh, The Things I Have Seen! Behind The Lens” by Susan Symonds. Left to right: Pat Arroyo (program director), Susan Symonds (keynote speaker) and Senaida Bautista (president).
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Boston Common on List to Receive Funds from Winthrop Square Project

October 18, 2018
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Big bucks from the Winthrop Square garage project are coming to the Emerald Necklace, including the Boston Common, but of course, with the caveat of a shadow. The City Council Committee on Ways and Means, chaired by Councilor Mark Ciommo, held a hearing on October 15 regarding an appropriation of $105 million for funding...
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Community,Officials Leaning Towards Proposal for West End Marijuana Shop

October 18, 2018
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Following back to back community meetings regarding two proposals to place a retail marijuana shop in the West End one proposal seems to be gaining the edge. Ascend Mass Inc.  proposing a retail marijuana shop at 272 Friend St. and Garden Reemedies proposing the same business at 49 Causeway St. have both held community...
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Beacon Hill Civic Association Community Corner

October 18, 2018
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Beacon Hill Civic Association’s Halloween on the Hill! Once again, the Beacon Hill Civic Association is working with the City’s Transportation Department and with local police for the permits necessary to cordon off vehicular access to parts of Beacon Hill so that families can walk freely on Halloween evening. On Wednesday, October 31st from...
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Neighborhood Roundup

October 18, 2018
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‘Seniors Connects’ examines Trump’s    new tax law The Vilna Shul presents “Seniors Connect: Impact of President Trump’s Tax Law on Seniors” at the North End Library, 25 Parmenter St., on Thursday, Oct. 18, at 10:30 a.m. This interactive discussion includes tax expert and financial adviser Nora Yousif speaking on the impact of the new...
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Mayor Walsh Announces 2018-2019 SPARK Boston Council

October 18, 2018
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Mayor Martin J. Walsh last week announced the 2018-2019 Mayor’s SPARK Boston Council. The diverse, 40-member group will spend the next 12 months working to continue to open up new lines of communication between young adults and leaders in City government. “Boston is the home to highest concentration of millennials in the country and...
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St John School Poised for Academic Success and Growth

October 18, 2018
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Nestled in the heart of Boston’s North End, St. John School has prepared students for bright futures since 1895. The school is a Catholic value-centered learning environment focused on educating students in an atmosphere that fosters the growth of each student in spirit, mind and body.  The staff welcomes pre-kindergarten through eighth-grade students and...
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Esplanade Association Celebrates Red Sox Playoff Run with 17-Foot Knit Hat on Fiedler Head Statue

October 18, 2018
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To cheer on the Red Sox as they begin the American League Championship Series and to celebrate their franchise-record winning season, the Esplanade Association, nonprofit steward of the 3.2 mile Charles River Esplanade in Boston, has collaborated with local company Sh*t That I Knit for a monumental tribute: on the morning of Wednesday, Oct....
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Susan Symonds, Owner of Beacon Street’s Infinity Portrait Design, Shares Her Story at BHWF

October 18, 2018
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On Tuesday, Oct. 9, members of Beacon Hill Women’s Forum (BHWF) gathered at the Hampshire House for the second speaker event of the season. The opening Neighborhood Narratives speaker was Julianne Kiley, “lady pub owner” of The Sevens on 77 Charles St., who has been running its operations for the past 16 years.  BHWF...
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How We’re Creating More Affordable Housing

October 18, 2018
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Boston is going through a period of historic growth— the kind our city hasn’t seen in decades. More people are choosing to put down roots and start families here. More businesses are choosing to open their doors here. Students from all over the world come to attend our universities and colleges each year. As...
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