Jan 08

Our Eagles are headed to the Winter Olympic G...

Our Eagles are headed to the Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang! The women's hockey team has five BC representatives on Team USA: Cayla Barnes '22, Kali Flanagan '19, Megan Keller '19, Emily Pfalzer '15, and Haley Skarupa '16. Brian Gionta '01 will serve as captain of Team USA in men's hockey in February.

    Five BC Players Named to 2018 Women's U.S. Olympic Team - Boston College
    CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. - Five Boston College women's hockey players have been named to the 2018 United States Women's Hockey Olympic Team. The 23-player squad was announced today during the second intermission of the NHL Winter Classic in New York.
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The Ignatian Volunteer Corps has become a des...

The Ignatian Volunteer Corps has become a destination for retired Boston College Alumni seeking to reaffirm the connection with Jesuit spirituality they enjoyed at the Heights. Read more on BC News at the link below.

    Boston College alumni serve others through Ignatian Volunteer Corps
    Retired Boston College alumni seeking to reaffirm their connection with Jesuit spirituality are finding fulfillment in the service work of the Ignatian Volunteer Corps - New England Region.
    https://www.bc.edu

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I am one of the recruiters for Eliot Communit...

I am one of the recruiters for Eliot Community human Services. Right now we're looking for a Shared Living Provider (SLP) in Brookline or surrounding towns. This person must be interested in opening up their home and heart to provide a safe and nurturing environment to an independent woman with developmental disabilities. The SLP invites an individual to reside in their home and provide care and support to them. As an SLP you would receive a generous monthly tax free salary and are eligible to receive respite support in which another staff will work with individual to provide opportunity for the SLP to have their own person time. You would be supported by Eliot Community Human Services in all areas of services and has access to 24 hours x 7 days on-call support system. The SLP would be responsible for maintaining communication with the Eliot Community Human Services, the individual’s family, implement the service goals, attend mandatory trainings and certifications such as First Aid and CPR, and to adhere to program's policies and guidelines. The SLP is also responsible for taking the individual to medical appointments, follow up with doctors' orders, and provide opportunities for individual to participate in meaningful community activities. For more information please contact: Margareth Shauri Mables mshauri@eliotchs.org 781-718-9729

    Luxsha Eliot Chs
    I am one of the recruiters for Eliot Community human Services. Right now we're looking for a Shared Living Provider (SLP) in Brookline or surrounding towns. This person must be interested in opening...
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Jan 04

Meanwhile, in Chestnut Hill... Stay safe out...

Meanwhile, in Chestnut Hill... Stay safe out there today, Eagles! #cyclonebomb #polarvortex #seriously

    Boston College
    Meanwhile, in Chestnut Hill... Stay safe out there today, Eagles! #cyclonebomb #polarvortex #seriously
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Jan 03

BC Weather Alert. Because of the storm foreca...

BC Weather Alert. Because of the storm forecast, Boston College will be closed on Thursday January 4.

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Jan 03

Due to the impending snow storm, tomorrow's A...

Due to the impending snow storm, tomorrow's Allston Interchange Neighborhood Roadshow session will be cancelled with a potential rescheduling for late-January. Please take a look through the other sessions being held across the neighborhood during the upcoming weeks (available on our "events" page). Please do not hesitate to contact Jason Desrosier at Desrosier@allstonbrightoncdc.org or (617) 787-3874 x206 if you have any questions regarding these sessions. We hope to see you at a roadshow near you!!

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Jan 02

EDAB Meeting, 5th Floor School Committee Room, 1/8/2018, 7:00 p.m.

8:50 pm        Development Updates, including: Children’s Hospital Boston at 1,2-4 Brookline Place; 700 Brookline Ave. (25 Washington St.) hotel; 375-399 Chestnut Hill Ave. hotel

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1299 Beacon Street proposal (Paul Saner)

    EDAB Meeting, 5th Floor School Committee Room, 1/8/2018, 7:00 p.m.
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Dec 31

Wishing everyone a safe and happy New Year! T...

Wishing everyone a safe and happy New Year! Thank you for being part of our community, and we hope you enjoy our #BestNine2017 from BC Instagram that garnered the most ❤️💛. See you in 2018, Eagles! https://www.instagram.com/bostoncollege/

    Boston College
    Wishing everyone a safe and happy New Year! Thank you for being part of our community, and we hope you enjoy our #BestNine2017 from BC Instagram that garnered the most ❤️💛. See you in 2018, Eagles!...
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Dec 29

Thinking about making a resolution to get hea...

Thinking about making a resolution to get healthier in the new year? We have a resource for you. The Office of Health Promotion and has trained and certified over 250 students to become Health Coaches, who support their peers by having individual health conversations called iHPs (Individual Health Plans) to discuss personal health behaviors, knowledge, attitudes, and skills and through the meeting develop goals and strategies to become healthier. Learn more at the blog link below.

    Health Coach Training
    By Piper Haney The Health Coach Institute's annual training was a huge success! Prior to the beginning of school our health coaches completed a 20 hour training and certification program to ensure our new and returning health coaches are ready to help make Boston College a healthier campus.
    https://wearebchealth.wordpress.com

Dec 27

Boston College shared Boston College Athletic...

Game Day!

    Boston College Athletics
    It's finally here...GAME DAY for Boston College Football! If you can't make it to Yankee Stadium make sure you're tuned in!
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The undergraduate program of the Boston Colle...

The undergraduate program of the Boston College Lynch School of Education is ranked 7th in the U.S., according to a survey of the 10 best colleges for education majors by College Magazine. Lynch School graduate programs are ranked 8th among the nation's leading master's in secondary education programs, according to online resource Top Master's in Education.

    The 10 Best Colleges for Education Majors
    Change the world by shaping the future policymakers, doctors, parents and artists of the world. Your dedication and patience will help a struggling student finally learn her times tables. Or your nurturing tone will inspire students to come forward, talk about their struggles and seek guidance.
    https://www.collegemagazine.com

Dec 24

ICYMI: Boston College Alumni Association's an...

ICYMI: Boston College Alumni Association's annual Advent Reflections is written this year by Boston College School of Social Work Prof. Tiziana Dearing, a national voice on social impact, social justice, inequality, and poverty. Recap all four weeks at the link below.

    Boston College Alumni | Advent Reflections
    Participate in advent reflections at Boston College to explore the way it comes to expression in our daily lives.
    https://www.bc.edu

Dec 23

Merry Christmas, from all of us at Boston Col...

Merry Christmas, from all of us at Boston College. ("Hark! Carol of the Bells" performed by the Boston College Dynamics, Video by John Walsh, University Communications)

    Boston College
    Merry Christmas, from all of us at Boston College. ("Hark! Carol of the Bells" performed by the Boston College Dynamics, Video by John Walsh, University Communications)
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Dec 22

A celebrated maestro at the Heights, conducto...

A celebrated maestro at the Heights, conductor John Finney is marking a quarter century as director of the The University Chorale of Boston College, a role he performs in addition to his long tenure at the helm of the Boston College Symphony Orchestra. Finney, named Distinguished Artist-in-Residence at BC in 1999, also is recognized as one of the most important musicians in the Boston area.

    Milestone for a maestro
    BC's John Finney reflects on 25 years leading the University Chorale Art & Culture / Music - Published on December 18, 2017 A celebrated maestro at the Heights, conductor John Finney is marking a quarter century as director of the University Chorale of Boston College, a role he performs in addition to his long tenure at the helm of the Boston College Symphony Orchestra.
    https://www.bc.edu

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The Winter 2017-2018 Restaurant Opening Guide: Boston Proper

Feng Shui (1924 Beacon St., Cleveland Circle, Brighton, Boston): Sushi, hibachi, and Chinese food from a restaurant group with locations in Chelmsford, Waltham, Cohasset, and Tyngsborough. (It’ll open in Burlington eventually as well.) Projected opening: Unknown

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Prudential Center, 800 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston

384 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston

217 Newbury St., Back Bay, Boston

399 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston

52 Temple Pl., Downtown Crossing, Boston

2 Broad St., Downtown Boston

107 Porter St., East Boston

256 Marginal St., East Boston

900 Boylston St., Audubon Circle/Fenway, Boston

1350 Boylston St., Fenway, Boston

51 Sleeper St., Fort Point, Boston

154 Green St., Jamaica Plain, Boston

3346 Washington St., Jamaica Plain, Boston

The Tremont, 1480 Tremont St., Mission Hill, Boston

19 Poplar St., Roslindale, Boston

60 Seaport Blvd., Seaport District, Boston

391 D St., Seaport District, Boston

455 E 1st St., South Boston

246 W. Broadway, South Boston

1750 Washington St., South End, Boston

400 Tremont St., South End, Boston

The Girard, 600 Harrison Ave., South End, Boston

150 Canal St., West End, Boston

1 Nashua St., West End, Boston

6 West Broadway hotel restaurant and rooftop bar (6 West Broadway, South Boston): Part of Meyer Jabara Hotels, this forthcoming South Boston hotel will have a restaurant as well as a rooftop bar. Projected opening: Early 2019

Akinto (1 Appleton St., South End, Boston): Once a residency at Wink & Nod, this Southeast Asian restaurant will eventually open in the former Merrill & Co. space next to Wink & Nod. It’s been in the works for quite some time. Projected opening: Unknown

Backlash Beer Co. (152 Hampden St., Roxbury, Boston): This longtime contract brewer is in the process of opening up its own brewery and taproom. Retail sales began in September 2017, but there’s more permitting and construction that has to happen before the taproom debuts. Projected opening: Unknown

Backyard Betty’s (172-174 W. Broadway, South Boston): A forthcoming Southie restaurant that is apparently related to Publico. Projected opening: Unknown

Boston’s Restaurant & Sports Bar (1124 Boylston St., Fenway, Boston and another yet-to-be-announced location): The Canadian pizza-focused sports bar...

Brato Brewhouse & Kitchen (190 North Beacon St., Brighton, Boston): The forthcoming brewpub from Cambridge Brewing Company alums will be located not too far from the new Boston Landing development. Projected opening: Sometime in 2018; meanwhile, Brato is hosting a number of pop-up events

Burro Bar (1357 Washington St., South End, Boston): The latest from the Alpine Restaurant Group (Painted Burro, Posto, and more...

Carrot Flower (703 Centre St., Jamaica Plain, Boston): Juices, smoothies, soups, nut milks, and more. Projected opening: Spring 2018

Cava (667 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): This rapidly expanding DC-based fast-casual Mediterranean chain is also coming to Fenway (January 2018), Hingham (February 2018), and Dedham (February 2018). Projected opening: Later in 2018, after the other locations

Democracy Brewing (35 Temple Pl., Downtown Crossing, Boston): A worker-owned brewpub opening in the historic Windsor Button space. It’ll have a tasting room and event space, and the team plans to distribute to bars and restaurants. Projected opening: April 2018

Distraction Brewing Company (2 Belgrade Ave., Roslindale, Boston): A new brewery will take over the corner space that was once home to an Emack & Bolio’s ice cream shop. Projected opening: Spring 2018

Gyu-Kaku (101 Allstate Rd., Dorchester, Boston): An international Japanese barbecue chain with hundreds of locations (including one in Brookline and one in Cambridge) will expand to Dorchester’s under-development South Bay Town Center. Projected opening: Unknown

Kamakura (150 State St., Downtown Boston): Contemporary kaiseki cuisine — high-end, multi-course meals featuring seasonal ingredients — from Youji Iwakura (Snappy Ramen, Uni, Basho). Projected opening: Unknown

La Colombe (250 West Newton St., Back Bay, Boston): The Philadelphia-based coffee roaster and cafe chain already has two Boston locations (in the Leather District and the Seaport District), and a Back Bay one is coming up next. Projected opening: Unknown

New Yorker Fried Chicken (1251 River St., Hyde Park, Boston): A slightly renamed chicken takeout spot, under new ownership. The old ownership had a bit of a fraud scandal. Projected opening: Unknown

Orá Trattorizza (655 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): A two-floor trattoria/pizzeria from the owner of Piattini Wine Cafe on Newbury Street. Projected opening: Unknown

Pig ‘N Whistle Diner (226 N. Beacon St., Brighton, Boston): A diner that has been closed for 15 years might get resurrected without too many changes. Projected opening: Unknown

The Quiet Few (331 Sumner St., East Boston): A casual restaurant and bar slated for the space briefly occupied by East Boston Kitchen in 2014 (and vacant since then). Projected opening: Unknown

Sam Adams (60 State St., Downtown Boston — maybe): After the fall 2017 debut of a taproom at its longtime JP...

The Sip & Spoke Bike Kitchen (611 Columbia Rd., Uphams Corner, Dorchester, Boston): Repair your bike; drink coffee. Projected opening: Unknown

Soup Shack (779 Centre St., Jamaica Plain, Boston): Replacing Kamado Super Fusion and serving Asian noodle soups. Projected opening: Unknown

The Westland (10 Westland Ave., near Symphony Hall, Boston): From the group behind Hopewell Kitchen & Bar, the Avenue, and more comes a “classic American tavern” in the long-vacant Symphony 8 space. Projected opening: “Soon”

Time Out Market (401 Park Dr., Fenway): The Landmark Center is being converted into a new development, 401 Park Drive, which...

Xi’an Street Foods (182 Brighton Ave., Allston, Boston): No relation to Xi’an Famous Foods, but presumably more Xi’an cuisine, which may include hand-pulled noodles, a lamb and flatbread stew, and flatbread “burgers.” Projected opening: Unknown

Wild Pops (3212 Washington St., Jamaica Plain, Boston): This popsicle pop-up can be found at various events and locations around town, but at some point in 2018, its previously seasonal storefront will reopen — and stay open year-round. Projected opening: Spring or summer 2018

Zuma (1 Dalton St., Back Bay, Boston): A London-based upscale Japanese restaurant that draws inspiration from izakayas and serves sushi, robata grill dishes, and more. It’ll be located in the One Dalton building. Projected opening: Unknown

Unnamed Emerald Lounge replacement at the Revere Hotel (200 Stuart St., Downtown Boston): The five-year-old Emerald Lounge closed in December 2017, and it will...

    The Winter 2017-2018 Restaurant Opening Guide: Boston Proper
    Winter is here, but it's not all bad: The days will start getting longer again, and some interesting restaurant openings are on the horizon. Here's the rundown on what's coming up in Boston proper this season, sorted by neighborhood. At the bottom, find a preview of what's coming up beyond winter.
    https://boston.eater.com

Dec 21

"O, wind, if winter comes, can spring be far ...

"O, wind, if winter comes, can spring be far behind?" — Percy Bysshe Shelley | Poto by Lauren Hollister

    Boston College
    "O, wind, if winter comes, can spring be far behind?" - Percy Bysshe Shelley | Poto by Lauren Hollister
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Pledge your continued support and change live...

Pledge your continued support and change lives in Allston Brighton today!

    What's your 2018 New Year's resolution?
    Dear >, Because of you, just four short years after Tara and his family made the trek from Nepal to the United States, they were able to purchase a safe, affordable, and sustainable home of their own with education, support, and resources from Allston Brighton Community Development Corporation and the Homebuying Mentors®.
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