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Women’s 100M Hurdles on Charles Street

June 24, 2016
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Women’s 100M Hurdles on Charles Street

The adidas Boost Boston Games held the city’s first-ever ‘Street Meet’ in the Beacon Hill neighborhood Saturday. In the photo above, world-class athletes compete in the hurdles event on a Mondo track that was constructed on historic Charles Street between the Boston Public Garden and Boston Common. Thousands of spectators also enjoyed other track...

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Bill Calls for More Duck-Boat Regulations

June 24, 2016
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By Dan Murphy Family members of a woman struck and killed by a duck boat on Beacon Hill in April joined three lawmakers Wednesday to advocate for legislation that would impose new safety regulations on the vehicles. “This was a preventable accident,” said Ivan Warmuth, father of 28-year-old Allison Warmuth was struck and killed...

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Downtown View:Summer Feasts

June 24, 2016
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By Karen Cord Taylor Have you ever been to a feast on the streets of the North End? I decided this is the summer I’m going. I knew little about them for many years. Recently, they seem to have proliferated. It’s true, said life-long North End resident Nick Dello Russo. The reason I knew...

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Bud Patten Passes Away at 88;Longtime Resident of West Cedar Street

June 24, 2016
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Bud Patten loved life, especially the good life. He played golf, studied the American China Trade, preferred Bordeaux wines, hunted down fine antiques and cherished his lovely home, his wife and Beacon Hill, where he lived for 58 years. “We always called him the mayor of West Cedar Street,” said his friend Bob Linderman....

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Walsh Announces Partnership with Huntington Theatre Co

June 24, 2016
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By Seth Daniel Mayor Martin J. Walsh on Friday joined Michael Maso, Managing Director of the Huntington Theatre Company and John Matteson of the QMG Huntington, LLC to announce a partnership that will allow the Huntington Theatre Company to continue operating in what is known as the Boston University (BU) Theatre. “From the very...

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New England Revolution Players Hold Soccer Camp on Esplanade

June 24, 2016
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New England Revolution Star Forward Charlie Davies, teammates Darrius Barnes, Gershon Koffie and Matt Turner, along with Santander’s Region President Michael Bruno and SVP of Brand Media and Sponsorships Jeff Greenler joined more than 300 local kids and soccer fans at Teddy Ebersol’s Red Sox Fields on the Charles River Esplanade for a special...

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Bow Ties and Seersucker:A Perfect Match

June 24, 2016
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By Suzanne Besser At first glance, they seemed an odd couple: She, a hip young Beacon Hill fashion designer with an edgy approach to fashion and he, a seasoned newspaper and magazine columnist as well as author of three books from Nashville, Tennessee. But last Friday there were the two of them, amidst sparkling...

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BHCA Zoning and Licensing Committee Opposes Variance Request for 87 West Cedar Street

June 17, 2016
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By Dan Murphy Despite support for the variance from numerous neighbors, the Beacon Hill Civic Association Zoning and Licensing Committee voted on Wednesday to oppose temporary zoning relief requested for an occupancy change at 87 West Cedar St. Lauren Scott, a mental health counselor, and her husband Nathan Scott, a massage therapist, have used...

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Fetch those Photos:Esplanade Association Kicks Off ‘Dog Days Of Summer in the Park’ Photo Contest

June 17, 2016
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The Esplanade Association, the 100-percent privately funded friends group for the Charles River Esplanade, has announced its “Dog Days of Summer on the Esplanade” social media photo contest. Starting June 10 and ending Aug. 19, the Esplanade Association will be celebrating the canine companions in local Bostonian’s lives.  For this contest, the Esplanade Association is looking for photos...

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Downtown View:Make No Little Plans

June 17, 2016
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By Karen Cord Taylor Hey, Bostonians. Can we stop complaining about the Big Dig? Yes, it cost almost $15 billion. Yes, it took 15 years to complete. (It was a big job, moving all those utility lines and keeping the cars running overhead.) It was also worth every penny we spent on it. It...

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