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Thank you to all of our supporters who have h...

Thank you to all of our supporters who have helped make 2017 such a great year! The Food Project hopes that this is a time for you to connect with friends and family in gratitude. Take time to consider the impact and history of the holiday.

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Next week, there are two opportunities to get...

Next week, there are two opportunities to get involved in the #EnvisionCambridge process: On Mon. November 27, attend the Envision Cambridge Advisory Committee Meeting at the City Hall Annex, 344 Broadway 4th Fl Conference Room, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. On Tues. November 28, attend the Envision Cambridge Climate & Environment Working Group at the Citywide Senior Center, 806 Massachusetts Ave., 6:00p.m.- 8:30p.m. Agendas, notes from past meetings, and more are available at http://envision.cambridgema.gov

    City of Cambridge Community Development Department (Official)
    Next week, there are two opportunities to get involved in the #EnvisionCambridge process: On Mon. November 27, attend the Envision Cambridge Advisory Committee Meeting at the City Hall Annex, 344...
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Movers & Shakers 2018, Boston's most delicious fundraiser, is back in the Cyclorama on January 31, 2018! Gobble up this ticket special while the offer lasts: Save 20% with code EARLYBIRD November 22—November 27 https://bcaonline.secure.force.com/ticket/#sections_a0F41000005alCTEAY


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Boston Center for the Arts added an event.

Movers & Shakers 2018 January 31, 2018 | 7-9:30 PM $50 Advance | $60 Day Of 21+ | ID Required Cyclorama at Boston Center for the Arts Tickets on Sale November 22 Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) brings back Movers & Shakers, a delicious fundraiser hosting Boston’s hottest restaurants and caterers for a spirited competition to create a cocktail worthy of being called a work of art. Vote for your favorite creative cocktail and bite-sized masterpiece, and a panel of luminary judges will award the culinary crown. Good for the soul and the stomach, proceeds from Movers & Shakers benefit BCA programs that nurture artists, engage audiences and provide dynamic artistic experiences all year long. Featuring luminary judges; Lecolion Washington of Community Music Center of Boston, Lydia Shire of Scampo, Mikko Nissinen of Boston Ballet and Oliver Mak of Bodega. Participating Restaurants & Caterers (as of November 21, 2017): Alibi Boston Area Four Avery Bar Banyan Bar + Refuge Bistro du Midi Boston Capers Catering Capo Restaurant Cunard Tavern dbar Explorateur Cafe, Restaurant & Bar Harvest Restaurant Lion's Tail Boston Max Ultimate Food Oak + Rowan Post 390 The Sinclair Liquor Sponsors (as of November 21, 2017): Bully Boy Distillers

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2 days ago

Board of appeal hearing

Case: BOA-737496,  Address: 49 East Concord Street ,   Ward 8  Applicant: Ghita Akkar

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Case: BOA-769077,  Address: 276-278 Newbury Street ,   Ward  5 Applicant: Nader Golestaneh

Case: BOA-769080,  Address: 12 Byron Street ,   Ward 5  Applicant: Michael G. Conlon Jr.

Purpose: Confirm occupancy as existing 2 family dwelling on 15,463 sq ft lot. Part of ERT710893. Combine 7 Sparhawk St and 9 Sparhawk to be known as 7-9 Sparhawk St. to be a total of 4 apartments.

Purpose: Confirm occupancy as existing 2 family dwelling on 15,463 sq ft lot. Part of ERT710893. Combine 7 Sparhawk St and 9 Sparhawk to be known as 7-9 Sparhawk St. to be a total of 4 apartments.

Case: BOA-730716,  Address: 177 Glenellen Road,   Ward 20  Applicant: John Harrington

Case: BOA-725724,  Address: 32 Rockne Avenue ,   Ward 16  Applicant: Laura J Penney

Case: BOA-725722,  Address: 44-46 Crockett Avenue ,   Ward  16 Applicant: Laura J Penney

Case: BOA-728847,  Address: 29 Carruth Street ,   Ward 16  Applicant: Michael Courtney

Case: BOA-649285,  Address: 197-207 Adams Street,   Ward 15   Applicant: Andre Gomes

Case: BOA-762671,  Address: 260-264 Gold Street ,   Ward 7  Applicant: Patrick Mahoney

Case: BOA-768729,  Address: 79-89 West Broadway,   Ward 6  Applicant: Patrick Mahoney

Case: BOA-757813,  Address: 804 East Third Street ,   Ward 6 Applicant: William Doyle

Case: BOA-764049,  Address: 5 Jerusalem Place ,   Ward  3 Applicant: 3 Jerusalem Place LLC

Case: BOA-764049,  Address: 5 Jerusalem Place ,   Ward  3 Applicant: 3 Jerusalem Place LLC

Case: BOA-764051,  Address: 7 Jerusalem Place,   Ward 3  Applicant: 3 Jerusalem Place LLC

Purpose: Erect a two family dwelling in between #5 Jerusalem Pl (ERT735208) and #9 Jerusalem Pl (ERT735249)

Case: BOA-767168,  Address: 23 Dwight Street ,   Ward 3  Applicant: Jonathan Linehan

Case: BOA-744222,  Address: 431-439 Hanover Street ,   Ward 3  Applicant: Anthony Virgilio

Case: BOA-734923,  Address: 24-44 Kneeland Street ,   Ward 3  Applicant: Albert Li

Purpose: Change from retail store to light food service #36A & 37 store as shown as on plans, 26 Kneeland. (No work to existing fire alarm and sprinkler system.)

Case: BOA-767366,  Address: 4 Albion Place ,   Ward 2  Applicant: Daniel Toscano

Case: BOA-759562,  Address: 189 Trenton Street ,   Ward 1  Applicant: Richard Beliveau

Case: BOA-765850,  Address: 84 Faywood Avenue,   Ward 1  Applicant: Charles DiPrima

Case: BOA-759563,  Address: 80 Marginal Street ,   Ward 1  Applicant: Cooper Forge Partners, LLC

Case: BOA-769789,  Address: 67 Lubec Street,   Ward 1  Applicant: Tom Falcucci

Case: BOA#747484, Address: 1435-1437 Tremont Street , Ward  9  Applicant: Adrian Wong

Case: BOA-762362,  Address: 44 Gates Street ,   Ward 7  Applicant: Timothy Johnson

Case:BOA-668415 , Address: 231 Gold Street  , Ward  6 Applicant: Timothy Johnson

Case: BOA-666196, Address: 173 Endicott Street   Ward: 3, Applicant: Daniel Toscano

Case: BOA-737565, Address: 9-11 Belmont Street, Ward 2   Applicant: Doug MacDonald

Case: BOA-750482, Address: 61 Boardman Street   Ward: 1, Applicant: Linda Rand

Case: BOA-770210, Address: 23-27 Tyler Street  Ward: 3, Applicant: Yukit Wu

Case: BOA-734238, Address: 3377-3379 Washington Street   Ward: 11 , Applicant: John Lincecum

Case: BOA-760391, Address: 9 Brinsley Street  Ward: 14 , Applicant: Moises Lendor

Case: BOA-768033, Address: 9 Mount Everett Street  Ward: 15, Applicant: Vargas DaSilveria

Case: BOA-739621, Address: 722 Truman Parkway  Ward: 18, Applicant: Yemi Adegboyega

Case: BOA-749408, Address: 50 Eldridge Road  Ward: 19, Applicant: Leila Hayes

Case: BOA-747902, Address: 13 Seymour Street  Ward: 19, Applicant: Orisania Milli

Case: BOA-747900, Address: 15 Seymour Street  Ward: 19, Applicant: Orisani Milli

Case: BOA-731677, Address: 11-17 Corinth Street  Ward: 20 , Applicant: Hae Robinson

Case: BOA-751706, Address: 14 Halford Road  Ward: 20, Applicant: Brian Kenneally

Case: BOA-769484, Address: 10 Rhoda Street  Ward: 20, Applicant: Scott Bortolotto

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    Board of appeal hearing
    HEARINGS: 10:30 a.m. Article(s): 27S(27S-5) 68(68-29) 68(68-8) 29(29-4) Purpose: Add two floors to existing two family to create a third unit. Add one parking space for the new unit. Existing building fottprint will not change. No work to the first and second levels. Change occupancy from two family to three family.
    https://www.boston.gov

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Wrap Gifts for the Codman Square Gift Giveawa...

Wrap Gifts for the Codman Square Gift Giveaway! Celebration on December 5-8. Sign up to #volunteer here: http://bit.ly/2hDcFf4 #Dorchester

    Codman Square Health Center Holiday Gift Giveaway Wrapping Signup
    Signup to volunteer to help Codman Square Health Center wrap our gifts given out to patients at our annual Holiday Gift Giveaway Celebration. Each year Codman Square Health Center provides over 600 needy children with gifts during the holiday season.
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3 days ago

MyDorchester shared Outdoors Rx's event.

Another friendly reminder to come out this Thanksgiving weekend to Franklin park for a community hike https://goo.gl/WsZT5H

    Family Wellness Walk at Franklin Park
    Join us during the long Thanksgiving weekend for a FREE family, friendly, community hike around Franklin Park! We will meet at Schoolmaster's Hill Picnic...
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