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Evening Celebrates ‘victorian Baseball in Boston’

March 16, 2012
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Red Sox fans will have the opportunity to view the present and visit the past on Opening Day of the 2012 Major League Baseball season. Not longer after the first pitch is thrown in Detroit on Thursday, April 5, to begin the Red Sox season, the Gibson House Museum and The Society for American...

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Thinking Cup Gets BHCA Non-opposition Support for Space

March 16, 2012
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Beacon Hill Civic Association (BHCA) Zoning and Licensing Committee voted Wednesday not to oppose the permits and relief necessary for the Thinking Cup Coffee Shop to open at 14-16 Derne St., although the committee didn’t support the establishment’s outdoor-seating plan. Thinking Cup, which operates another location at 165 Tremont St., has proposed changing the...

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Is the Winter Finished?

March 16, 2012
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The clocks have been changed and we’ve gained an hour. The sun is out longer during the day and it comes out earlier in the morning. By all first appearances the cold has been pushed back. It is in a literal retreat. The warmer air of the past few days gives us all the...

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Welcome and Good Luck

March 16, 2012
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Boston Police Captain Thomas Lee has taken over command of District A-1. This is our district and one of the most important commands in the city of Boston. He replaces Captain John O’Rourke, who has been given an appointment as a deputy superintendent. Captain O’Rourke was highly respected in all the neighborhoods he served....

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Police Briefs 03-14-2012

March 16, 2012
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From Boston Police Area A-1 Larceny from Motor Vehicle 02/29/12 – A victim reported her 2007 Acura TSX was parked on Beacon Street between 2 and 3:30 p.m., when unknown person(s) broke the driver side’s rear passenger window and removed her laptop and bag.  Larceny from Motor Vehicle 03/03/12 – A victim reported her...

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Hill Residents Help Make ‘Feast of Music’ a Success

March 8, 2012
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Hill Residents Help Make ‘Feast of Music’ a Success

New England Conservatory (NEC) is celebrating the most successful “Feast of Music” in the gala’s history. The annual event regularly attracts more than 400 guests and features a unique format of alternating courses of spectacular cuisine and fine wines, with virtuoso musical performances by NEC students. At this year’s Viennese-themed evening at the Fairmont...

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Behaving Like Bostonians

March 8, 2012
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You’ve probably read about the Esplanade Association’s vision for the Esplanade for the next century. The goals are sound, and the plans are ambitious. As with any civic project, the financial requirements are significant. Responses have often been laudatory, especially when they concern reducing the impact of Storrow Drive. But another reaction has been...

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Menino Plans More Growth for Biking

March 8, 2012
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Mayor Thomas M. Menino released the annual Boston Bikes Annual Report last week, highlighting the success of Boston’s biking initiatives and previewing plans for its continued growth. Menino launched Boston Bikes in 2007 with the goal of making Boston a world-class cycling city. Four years later, Boston has officially gained recognition as one of...

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It Takes a Community Effort

March 8, 2012
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The Friends of the Phillips Street Play Area are holding their first planning meeting of 2012 at the Vilna Shul, 18 Phillips Street, Thursday, March 15 from 7 to 8 p.m. If history is the judge of what and how the PSPA will rally its forces to improve the playground for the coming season,...

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MBTA to Avoid Cuts

March 8, 2012
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It is becoming obvious that every effort is being made by the MBTA, and the governor, to avoid cancellation of T services in Greater Boston in return for a fare increase. At an estimated 25 percent raise, we are not exactly sure how fair it is for those Boston residents using the T everyday...

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