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Naming Public Places in Return for Payment

July 16, 2012
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The T has decided to sell naming rights for its various stations throughout the city in order to bring in more income. It is probably bad public policy to begin naming our public places for a price to virtually any corporation who wishes to pay it. Like everything else having to do with policy,...

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Police Briefs 07-10-2012

July 16, 2012
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COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICE: 617-343-4627 • DRUG UNIT: 617-343-4879 • EMERGENCIES: 911 Robbery- Firearm 06/28/12 – A male suspect was arrested on Beaver Place at around 10:20 a.m. for armed robbery (firearm) of a Beacon Street bank. Larceny – Shoplifting 06/28/12 – A male suspect was arrested on Brimmer Street at around 5:45 p.m. for...

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Hampshire House Corp Breaks Ground

Hampshire House Corp Breaks Ground

At the groundbreaking of Tom Kershaw’s new restaurant on the waterfront are Terri Cannady, Vice President of Finance, Thomas Kershaw, Owner of Hampshire House Corporation, Lauren Toczko, Assistant Manager of 75 on Liberty Wharf, Osmar Pauletti, Manager of 75 Chestnut and 75 on Liberty Wharf, and Markus Ripperger, Vice President of Operations

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Good Places to Eat While Enjoying Free Summer Events

Good Places to Eat While Enjoying Free Summer Events

Around the city, all summer long, free events invite us to grab a picnic and spend a few hours enjoying a concert, movie, play, or festival. As you plan to take advantage of these opportunities, here are a few places around the city where you can find good food near popular venues. Hatch Shell...

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Staying Healthy for Free This Summer on the Esplanade

Back by popular demand, the Healthy, Fit and Fun program returns to the Charles River Esplanade this summer. The Esplanade Association (TEA) is continuing to offer free outdoor fitness classes this July and August. TEA’s Healthy, Fit and Fun programs are taught by professional trainers from premier Boston area sports clubs and yoga studios....

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Traffic and Parking Advisory for Fourth of July Celebrations

The City of Boston Transportation Department is advising motorists that traffic delays and detours should be expected in Downtown Boston and the Waterfront due to the upcoming celebrations of the anniversary of the War of 1812 and Boston’s annual Fourth of July fireworks. People coming into Boston to join in festivities are strongly encouraged...

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The Great July 4 Crush, Again

Beacon Hill and Back Bay are among the very safest of Boston’s up-scale neighborhoods and it is this reality that makes what is ahead in the next few days so compelling. The July 4 celebration will attract about a half-million people to the Esplanade. Hundreds of thousands of men, women and children, old and...

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Police Briefs 07-03-2012

Incidents June 18 85 Phillips St.                        Towed Motor Vehicle 82 Revere St.                        Towed Motor Vehicle June 20 20 West Cedar St.                Motor Vehicle Accident – Property Damage June 21 28 Mt. Vernon St.              Motor Vehicle Recovered in Boston (Stolen in Boston) June 23 Beacon Street                       Property – Lost...

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Myrtle Street Playground

June 26, 2012
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Myrtle Street Playground

Petting a bird was one of the many experiences at the Myrtle Street Playground.

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Victorian Society in America New England Chapter to Hold Annual Preservation Awards Thursday

June 26, 2012
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The Victorian Society in America New England Chapter will hold its Annual Preservation Awards ceremony at the West End Museum, 150 Staniford St., on Thursday, June 28, at 6 p.m. The Society traditionally acknowledges groups or individuals for the restoration of a 19th century building or landscape, a book on 19th Century art, architecture...

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