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Out of this universe

December 14, 2010
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Out of this universe

Lydia Shire (third from left) hosted a special luncheon at Scampo last week to honor Esquire magazine’s Female Universe of Culinary Bostonians, which was quite a testament to the incredible group of female chefs we have in Boston. The lunch was full of laughs and holiday cheer, as these ladies had much to be...

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Hill residents and owners of Peonies & Pearls Events throw Holiday Trunk Show

December 14, 2010
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Hill residents and owners of Peonies & Pearls Events throw Holiday Trunk Show

Peonies & Pearls Events, a full-service boutique event-planning firm in Beacon Hill, planned a Holiday Trunk Show for another Beacon Hill entrepreneur Maeve Cunningham to promote Maeve, a line of Italian leather handbags imported from Florence. Kathryn Kuchefski and Erin Murphy, owners of the firm, planned and promoted the event to support friend and...

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Bridge over troubled waters

December 14, 2010
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Feasibility study  meets with frustration from elected officials and residents -By Dan Murphy The clear consensus among the elected officials and roughly 50 West End residents at the Amy Lowell Apartments last Tuesday suggests that the state’s feasibility study now underway for the proposed Leverett Circle Pedestrian Bridge is an exercise in futility. “This...

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Tree Lighting and Stroll Big Success

December 10, 2010
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The annual Beacon Hill Tree Lighting and Stroll Thursday evening was a big success. The neighborhood turned out for both events, giving Charles Street the look and the feel of a winter wonderland.

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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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Medical thriller author Robin Cook to discuss recent books

December 1, 2010
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Medical thriller author Robin Cook to discuss recent books

The third series of “Authors Amongst Us:  Evening of Books, Brie and Beaujolais” continues December 7th, at the Union Club with a talk by author Robin Cook M.D. on his two most recent novels, “CURE” (2010) and “Intervention” (2009). For the last thirty-three years, Louisburg Square resident Robin Cook (right) has dominated the “medical”...

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You moved here in September. Now get involved.

December 1, 2010
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You’ve probably heard people say that city dwellers never know their neighbors. Whoever said that doesn’t know this city. Plenty of ways exist to meet people in downtown Boston. Of course, you could get a dog or have a child, because dogs and children seem to bring people together. But I was thinking of...

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