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Case: BOA-787977, Address: 173 Newbury Street , Ward 5 Applicant: J.P. Licks at Newbury Street, IncThis article has 48 other Boston locations (Show)
Case: BOA-415116, Address: 137-141 Hyde Park Avenue, Ward 19 Applicant: Urbanica
Case: BOA-415015, Address: 133-135 Hyde Park Avenue, Ward 19 Applicant: Urbanica
Case: BOA-415113, Address: 127-131 Hyde Park Avenue, Ward 19 Applicant: Urbanica
Case: BOA-415012, Address: 119-125 Hyde Park Avenue, Ward 19 Applicant: Urbanica
Case: BOA-415047, Address: 93-95 Hyde Park Avenue, Ward 19 Applicant: Urbanica
Case: BOA-772697, Address: 103-105 Kenrick Street , Ward 22 Applicant: Shakeel Hossain
Case: BOA-755659, Address: 58 Lake Street , Ward 22 Applicant: Charles Donners
Case: BOA-684107, Address: 1432-1400 Commonwealth Avenue , Ward 21 Applicant: Philip Hresko
Case: BOA-792293, Address: 1470-1474 Commonwealth Avenue , Ward 21 Applicant: Jamie Chow
Case: BOA-778523, Address: 548 Lagrange Street , Ward 20 Applicant: Josephine Bonomo
Case: BOA-795624, Address: 5251 Washington Street , Ward 20 Applicant: John Pulgini
Case: BOA-805721, Address: 66 Edson Street , Ward 17 Applicant: Derric Small
Case: BOA-805724, Address: 68 Edson Street , Ward 17 Applicant: Derric Small
Case: BOA-799865, Address: 1837-1841 Dorchester Avenue , Ward 16 Applicant: Travis Lee
Case: BOA-805229, Address: 65 Westmoreland Street , Ward 16 Applicant: Patrick Mahoney
Case: BOA-767529, Address: 190 Magnolia Street , Ward 14 Applicant: Kelvin Doan
Case: BOA-768736, Address: 19 Everett Avenue , Ward 13 Applicant: Patrick Mahoney
...one of Two Family Houses to be built on the same lot (see ERT715590 for 21 Everett Avenue). Construction plans to be submitted upon ZBA approval. Existing Three (3) Family Dwelling to be...
Case: BOA-,787613 Address: 18 Marbury Terrace , Ward 11 Applicant: Marbury Terrace, Inc
Case: BOA-793898, Address: 1486 Columbia Road , Ward 7 Applicant: Patrick Mahoney
Case: BOA-783103, Address: 24 Roseclair Street , Ward 7 Applicant: Daniel Rubin
Case: BOA-801443, Address: 772 East Sixth Street , Ward 6 Applicant: Anthony Monahan
Case: BOA-800115, Address: 3 Emmet Street , Ward 6 Applicant: Daniel Rubin
Case: BOA-765856, Address: 46 Clarendon Street , Ward 4 Applicant: Andrew Brassard
Case: BOA-738454, Address: 55 Chaucer Street , Ward 1 Applicant: Patrick Mahoney
Purpose: Subdivision 55 & 57 Chaucer St into two lots as per plan. No work to be done on this application. 55 to have 1838 sq ft lot. 57 to have 2222 sq ft lot See 57 Chaucer alt67228 for drawings.
Case: BOA-768036, Address: 309 Chelsea Street , Ward 1 Applicant: Elena Muench
Case: BOA-793907, Address: 346 Chelsea Street , Ward 1 Applicant: Three Forty Eight Chelsea, LLC
Case: BOA-793908, Address: 348 Chelsea Street , Ward 1 Applicant: Three Forty Eight Chelsea, LLC
Case: BOA-793904, Address: 4 Coppersmith Way , Ward 1 Applicant: 4 Coppersmith Way, LLC
Case: BOA-790002, Address: 104 Faywood Avenue , Ward 1 Applicant: Victor Joita
Case: BOA-796118 Address: 375 Maverick Street , Ward 1 Applicant: Abdelijalil Krikib
Case: BOA-753496, Address: 37-39 Thetford Avenue, Ward 17 Applicant: Rui Rodrigues
Case: BOA-725789, Address: 287-293 Maverick, Ward 1 Applicant: Diconstanzzo Properties LLC
...19, LLC and Linear Retail Boston #21, LLC seeking with reference to the premises at 144-146 Maverick St, Ward 01 for the terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c...
Case: BOA-719810, Address: 874 East Sixth Street , Ward 6 Applicant: George Morancy
Case: BOA-797522, Address: 31 Belmont Street Ward: 2, Applicant: Jeremy Crane
Case: BOA-798051, Address: 54 P Street Ward: 6 , Applicant: Ann McDonough
Case: BOA-796983, Address: 397 West Broadway Ward: 6, Applicant: J.P. Licks at West Broadway, Inc.
Case: BOA-786983, Address: 51 Oakton Avenue Ward: 16 , Applicant: Joseph Delaney
Case: BOA-785625, Address: 41 Tolman Street Ward: 16, Applicant: Tran Nguyen
Case: BOA-798424, Address: 29 Asheville Road Ward: 18, Applicant: Ricardo's Baez
Case: BOA-782247, Address: 61 Cliftondale Street Ward: 18, Applicant: Kelly Thomson
Case: BOA-789344, Address: 366 Metropolitan Avenue Ward: 18, Applicant: Fredrick Carr
Case: BOA-789416, Address: 75-77 Sunnyside Street Ward: 18, Applicant: Sonia Pierre
Case: BOA-791578, Address: 29 Oriole Street Ward: 20, Applicant: Danny Bakis
Case: BOA-787903, Address: 29 Pinehurst Street Ward: 20, Applicant: Leandrea Brantle
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A closer look at BBA member The Copley Group, a family-owned property management firm.
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Dine Out Boston is back March 18 - 23 and 25 - 30 with prix fixe lunch and dinner menus at your Back Bay favorites.
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Members of the mustard family (Brassicaceae), both native and introduced, are among the earliest flowers to bloom in the spring. Using images and herbarium specimens, this New England Wild Flower Society presentation by Ted Elliman at Garden in the Woods on March 31 from 10 – 2 will discuss the identification features and habitats of a number of the species in this confusing and often overlooked group of wildflowers, including species of Arabidopsis, Boechera, Brassica, Cardamine, Draba, Lepidium, and several other mustard genera. $53 for NEWFS members, $64 for nonmembers. Register at http://www.newfs.org/learn/our-programs/vernal-mustards
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Join Massachusetts State Beekeeper Ken Warchol on Saturday, March 31 at 10 am at Berkshire Botanical Garden for an in-depth lecture on spring management of honey bee hives. This lecture will focus on how to manage spring hive population build-up, feeding, dividing, pest monitoring and protection and most importantly how to prevent swarming. For beekeepers this program will provide critical information and most especially timing of important management techniques to get the honey season off to a positive start. Following this class, participants are welcome to stay to meet and discuss beekeeping with others. $5 for BBG members, $10 for nonmembers. Register online at www.berkshirebotanical.org.
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The Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts is excited to host Jamie Colen, the Garden Director at Fuller Gardens in North Hampton, New Hampshire, on Tuesday, March 27 at 10 am. The event is a horticulture morning not to be missed. Jamie, with almost 20 years as Garden Director at one of the last working formal estate gardens of the 20th century, presents a slide show entitled Common Sense Growing. It dispels many garden myths and misconceptions as well as touches upon a short history of Fuller Gardens. Location: Espousal Center (554 Lexington Street, Waltham, MA) Cost: $5.00 Contact: Misty Florez at firstname.lastname@example.org
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An elegant (and fun!) affair, the Gibson House Museum’s annual benefit is a major fundraising opportunity for the museum. All proceeds support the museum’s mission of preserving and sharing this unique time capsule of Boston life. This year they will honor Jean Carroon, a principal with award-winning Boston design firm Goody Clancy, for her career as a preservation architect and her role in the stewardship of more than a dozen National Historic Landmarks, including Trinity Church, Old South Church, Church of the Covenant, Arlington Street Church, and the Ayer Mansion. The evening will take place April 11 beginning at 6 pm at The Chilton Club, 152 Commonwealth Avenue. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit http://www.thegibsonhouse.org/2018-benefit.html
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Seasonal New England is rich in its unique and dynamic ecological patterns. Join Grow Native Massachusetts on Wednesday, April 4 at 7 pm at the Cambridge Public Library, 449 Broadway, as Matthew Cunningham explores how his observations of these natural systems have influenced his firm’s creation of contextual and native plant-centric projects that grasp the rhythms of everyday life. He will show us a variety of residential landscapes, large and small, that embrace our regional flora, utilize ecologically sustainable principles, and that build connections between interior and exterior spaces to strengthen our relationship with nature. Come be inspired by these beautiful, vibrant landscapes that enhance life for both their human and their wild residents.
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Tuesdays, April 3 – May 22, 9:00 am – 12:00 noon or 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm- Improve Your Watercolor Skills
Join the Massachusetts Horticultural Society for this eight-week course (choose morning or afternoon sessions) beginning April 3 with artist and instructor Nan Rumpf. Classes are designed to further develop your watercolor painting skills and techniques. Each lesson is an activity designed to explore a different art element, principle, or painting technique. Explore the many possibilities of watercolor as you enhance your personal painting style and discover your artistic voice. Handouts, demos, painting examples, critiques will be supplied by the instructor.
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The 2017 Twilight Garden Party will be held Tuesday, June 5th, from 6 – 8:30 pm at the historic St. Botolph Club, 199 Commonwealth Avenue in Back Bay. Designed by McKim, Mead and White, the Club’s beautiful, historic interior is a perfect setting for our annual fund raising event.
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This UMass Extension presentation on blueberry pruning will be held on Saturday, March 31 from 10 – 12. Blueberries are among the most popular fruits to grow in the home garden. They are healthful and well suited to grow in our New England conditions Come learn the basics for pruning blueberries for your home landscape. Participants will get some hands-on pruning lessons. We’ll learn about tool maintenance and sharpening, too. Bring your own tools or use ours. $35.
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Paul Falkowski, Distinguished Professor, Bennett L. Smith Chair in Business and Natural Resources, Departments of Earth and Planetary Sciences and Marine and Coastal Sciences, Rutgers University, will speak on Tuesday, April 3 at 6 pm in the Geological Lecture Hall at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, 24 Oxford Street, on the topic Life’s Engines: How Microbes Made Earth Habitable. The free public lecture is part of the Evolution Matters Lecture Series, supported by a generous gift from Dr.s Herman and Joan Suit.
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Join the Alliance at our Annual Meeting for Members on March 21 at 6 PM at the New Old South Church, 645 Boylston Street with special guest James Lindberg, Vice President of Research and Policy, Preservation Green Lab, part of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The Preservation Green Lab is producing innovative and forward-thinking big data tools that are shaping the way we think about preservation and sustainability. To kick off the Boston Preservation Alliance’s 40th Anniversary year, James Lindberg will speak about the evolution of historic preservation, answer questions like “Why We Preserve?” and discuss the future of the field through its growing connections with the environmental and sustainability movements. Not a member yet? Now is the perfect time to join or renew. Visit http://bostonpreservation.org.
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What is a weed? Why do weeds appear? How should we remove them? Are some weeds beneficial? The answers to these questions are not always straightforward. For instance, violets are one of the most important plants for fritillary butterflies, and yet they are labelled weeds. Goldenrods, which provide more wildlife benefit than any other herbaceous plant in the flora, are also considered weeds. Join Dan Jaffe at Garden in the Woods in Framingham on Thursday, March 22 from 9 – 12 for a fascinating discussion of weeds and their place in the landscape. Co-sponsored by the Ecological Landscape Alliance. $40 for members of sponsoring organizations, $48 for nonmembers. Register at http://www.newfs.org/learn/our-programs/weeds
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The Boston Committee of the Garden Club of America Spring Meeting will take place Monday, April 9, 2018. Please note change of venue: Brae Burn Country Club, 326 Fuller Street,
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New England's third nor'easter in less than two weeks hit the Boston College campus this week. Here are a few scenes from the day.
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From meadows to mountain tops, our natural areas are often touted as the best places for pollinators and wildlife but what about our gardens? Join Dan Jaffe for a crash course on all things alive in the garden. Ecological gardening techniques, strategies for attracting new pollinators to your landscape, and the best native plants for each site will be discussed. The class is sponsored by the Ecological Landscape Alliance and will take place at Garden in the Woods in Framingham on Tuesday, March 27 from 1 – 4. $40 for ELA members, $48 for nonmembers. Register online at https://www.ecolandscaping.org/event/class-plants-pollinators/
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Dawn Davies, Staff Horticulturist at Tower Hill Botanic Garden, will teach you the basics of pruning small trees and shrubs in the dormant season, in this Tower Hill Botanic Garden lecture on Wednesday, March 28 from 2 – 3. Please dress for the weather since this will take place outdoors. Free with admission. For more information visit http://towerhillbg.org, or call 508-869-6111, x 124.
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