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Shojo celebrates third anniversary with Chinatown block party

The Shojo block party’s dancing, music and food made for a fun-filled and energetic Sunday afternoon.  Shojo is at 9 Tyler Street, Boston, MA 02111.

    Shojo celebrates third anniversary with Chinatown block party
    By Ellen Duong Shojo, a trendy bistro serving modern Asian cuisine, celebrated its third anniversary with its annual Chinatown block party on August 23. The event, co-hosted by Laced Boston, KC Arts, Floor Lords and other local groups, was well attended despite the possibility of rain, attracting many passersby to stop by the Greenway at the Chinatown Gate.
    http://sampan.org

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Far From The Tree Debuts Its New Tasting Room in Salem

Two-year-old Salem cider company Far From The Tree has officially opened its new tasting room at 108 Jackson St., where it is currently offering cider sampling and growlette filling. The full pour license could come later this month, according to the company's website.

    Far From The Tree Debuts Its New Tasting Room in Salem
    Two-year-old Salem cider company Far From The Tree has officially opened its new tasting room at 108 Jackson St., where it is currently offering cider sampling and growlette filling. The full pour license could come later this month, according to the company's website.
    http://boston.eater.com

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Escape to a farmers market to savor 
local flavors, produce, treats

Last week I chose one close to my home — the Plymouth Farmers Market (137 Warren Ave.). Set on a sprawling lawn just below historic Plimoth Plantation, the market was busy yet...

    Escape to a farmers market to savor local flavors, produce, treats
    T he sun has been doing its job on local fruit and veggies. The corn is high, and soon the root vegetables that will make their way onto our fall tables will be here. In New England, the time is just right for a farmers market road trip, which is an immersion into the flavors, colors, music and people of the Northeast.
    http://www.bostonherald.com

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Recycling Batteries, Clothing & Lightbulbs

11 Pierce St.

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What to do: Recycle these batteries at the Municipal Service Center at 870 Hammond St. or the Town Hall 4th floor Department of Public Works (DPW) Office front desk. Follow the instructions on the box before placing them in the box.

Location: 815 Newton Street, directly across from entrance of Skyline Park. Again, please make sure all clothing goes into the trailer, no trash or non-recyclable items are allowed outside the trailer.

    Recycling Batteries, Clothing & Lightbulbs
    Call2Recycle helps recycle Brookline Batteries: North America's first and largest battery stewardship program-is a non-profit organization that collects and recycles batteries at no cost for the Town. 2014 commemorated Call2Recycle's 20th anniversary in battery collection and recycling.
    http://www.brooklinema.gov

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