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Dearth of Small Space:Theatre Groups are Getting Squeezed Out of Boston

March 25, 2016
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By Seth Daniel It’s never easy on the cutting edge, or else it wouldn’t be the cutting edge. But at the same time, when it comes to the cutting edge and fringe small theatre companies in Boston, it also shouldn’t be impossible – say theatre company participants and advocates. Yet such is the case,...

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Happy St Patrick’s Day

March 17, 2016
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Happy St Patrick’s Day

The annual St. Patrick’s Senior Luncheon returned this year on Thursday, March 10, at the Knights of Columbus Council President Michelle Wu and Councilor Sal LaMattina join Mary Lacey, Annette Marchetta and Lola Saviano.

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Spring Art Show Set to Open This Friday

March 17, 2016
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Spring Art Show Set to Open This Friday

By Seth Daniel The Artist Group of Charlestown (AGC) will premiere its Spring Art Exhibition this coming Friday night, March 18, at 6 p.m. with works of all sorts – from photography to oil painting. The show will also include gallery hours on March 19 and 20 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The...

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Ferry Returning to Pier 4

March 17, 2016
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By Seth Daniel It took research and it took not giving up, but residents of Flagship Wharf are raising their flag in victory this week after Mayor Martin Walsh announced that the commuter ferry will be moved back to Pier 4 after a nine-year absence. Walsh made the announcement on Thursday night, March 10,...

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Breen Appointed New Liason to Charlestown by Walsh

March 17, 2016
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Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced this week the appointment of Chris Breen as the Charlestown Neighborhood Services Liaison within the Mayor’s Civic Engagement Cabinet. In this role, Breen – who is a Charlestown resident – will work as an advocate to the Charlestown community. He replaces Tom McKay, who served in the role for...

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MBTA Hikes Fares 9.3 Percent Overall

March 17, 2016
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By John Lynds The MBTA Fiscal and Management Control Board approved several fare changes that translate into a system-wide average increase is approximately 9.3 percent. Following a series of community meetings MBTA Director of Operations Charles Plank heard from residents on how the now approved fare increase would affect working people. The fare increase...

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Ferris Wheel and Winter Skating Proposed for New City Hall Plaza

March 17, 2016
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By Matt Conti The remake of City Hall Plaza took another step forward with a bid awarded to the owners of TD Garden, Delaware North / Boston Garden Development Corporation. Working with city officials, the private group will look to add new programming elements and amenities to the brick plaza. The winning proposal includes...

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Wynn comes to Boston to Showcase Casino in Everett

March 17, 2016
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By Seth Daniel Steve Wynn visited Boston on Tuesday afternoon to unveil the full-scale model of his Everett resort casino, and in true Wynn form, debuted the newly-named Wynn Boston Harbor and kicked around other subjects as well, from the U.S. presidential election to the environmental appeal of Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone to the...

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Spring into Fitness

March 17, 2016
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Written by Tim Khanoyan,Dare U Fitness | Charlestown Throw a ball around on Bunker Hill Monument, shoot some hoops at Doherty or Edwards playground, go hike Blue Hills reservation in Milton, have a walk during your lunch break, or simply join like-minded community members at our outdoor bootcamp on Bunker Hill (indoors until May)....

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St Clement Hoop Action

March 11, 2016
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St Clement Hoop Action

St. Clement’s Coach Leo Boucher, of Charlestown, talks to Luis Velasquez (4), of Chelsea, during a classic game last Friday, with major Charlestown connections, between St. Clement and Pope John. The State Tournament game was a rematch from last year’s barnburner where Coach Boucher’s charges prevailed. However, on Friday, it was Pope John that...

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