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West End Social Planned at Museum on Sept 15

September 8, 2016
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Original and current West Enders, your family and friends are invited to the next West End Social at the West End Museum on Thursday, September 15th from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Admission is FREE and light refreshments will be served. Come mix and mingle, and hear about the old days and the new in...

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‘Boston Blooms with Daffodils’ Program Slated to Return in October

September 8, 2016
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Mayor Martin J. Walsh has announced that the “Boston Blooms with Daffodils” beautification initiative will distribute 20,000 daffodil bulbs this fall to volunteers for planting on public ways citywide.  “Our Boston Blooms volunteers always do a great job of beautifying our neighborhoods through this citywide planting program, and we are looking forward to another...

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Julie Burros Takes A Look At Boston Creates Cultural Plan

September 8, 2016
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By Beth Treffeisen Summer in the city has been a big season for art in Boston. Starting the season off in June was the unveiling of the Boston Creates Cultural Plan, a ten-year outline that aimed to elevate arts and culture in the city while integrate the arts into the everyday life of Bostonians....

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Historic Sermons Re-Created

September 1, 2016
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Historic Sermons Re-Created

Last Sunday, King’s Chapel parishioner and vestry member Patricia Bass, shown above, recreated a sermon preached at King’s Chapel on the death of the abolitionist Massachusetts senator, Charles Sumner, who lived on Beacon Hill and was infamously bludgeoned with a cane in 1856 by Preston Brooks, a congressman from South Carolina, because of his anti-slavery...

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Restaurant Letter Grading Has Owners Concerned

September 1, 2016
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By Beth Treffeisen A new health code letter grading system is soon coming to food establishments in the city of Boston. The new law that was passed at the Boston City Council’s August 24 meeting will require food establishments to start posting the letter grade that corresponds with health inspection by the Inspectional Services...

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Boston Nearly Last in Rankings for Being Pet-Friendly City

September 1, 2016
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By Seth Daniel The population of dogs in Boston is em-“barking” on a continuing surge in numbers, but a recent study on pet-friendly cities has indicated that out of the top 100 cities in America, Boston ranks 98th – and some dog owners agree that the City needs to do more to accommodate pets...

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Champney Place Gate Denied by BHAC

September 1, 2016
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By Beth Treffeisen During the Beacon Hill Architectural Commission (BHAC) meeting held on Thursday, August 18, a proposed plan to install a wrought iron gate on the entrance of Champney Place in Beacon Hill was denied without prejudice. Due to lack of specific dimensions, the commissioners agreed to visit the site before the submission...

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Downtown View:A Month in the Country

September 1, 2016
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By Karen Cord Taylor Karen is taking a break. Here is a column from August, 2013. For the first time since I was 18 years old, I have spent a month in the country. And what a beautiful country it is. Fifty shades of green complimented by the bluest sky ever. Puffy clouds ranging...

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TEA to Celebrate 15th Anniversary at Moondance Gala in September

September 1, 2016
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On Saturday, Sept. 24, the Esplanade Association will celebrate 15 years of Making Life Better in the Park at their annual “Moondance Gala” to be held along the banks of the Charles River in Boston. As one of the most beautiful evenings of the fall social season, this year’s “Moondance Gala” is expected to...

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Mayor Walsh Endorses Tompkins for Suffolk County Sheriff

September 1, 2016
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Suffolk County Sheriff Steve Tompkins received the endorsement of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh inside Dorchester’s Florian Hall this past Thursday night.  Surrounded by a teeming crowd of 100-plus supporters representing a mosaic of different ethnicities, elected offices and organizations gathered together in celebration of his birthday, Sheriff Tompkins was delivered an emphatic statement of...

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