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Hey Roslindale, it's summer! And that means i...

Hey Roslindale, it's summer! And that means it's patio season! For the latest installment of our video series, we are putting the spotlight on the wonderful outdoor dining areas in the Village. In this video, Silvana Ragusa, co-owner of Sebastian's Barber Shop and RVMS Board Member, interviews Mark of Birch Street Bistro, Bob of 753 South and Joe of Sophia's Grotto. What is your favorite item to order at these restaurants?? Feel free to let us know in the comments below!

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    Hey Roslindale, it's summer! And that means it's patio season! For the latest installment of our video series, we are putting the spotlight on the wonderful outdoor dining areas in the Village. In...
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The Roslindale Substation Is Transforming Into an Art Space

Spaceus, 4228 Washington St., Roslindale, Spaceus.co.

    The Roslindale Substation Is Transforming Into an Art Space
    Spaceus, an artist exhibition forum and workspace is moving in to the Roslindale substation until September. All types of artists can use the studio space for a fee, and community events are open to the public. Co-founders Stephanie Lee and Ellen Shakespear are architecture and planning students at MIT in Boston.
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Jul 09

CSz Boston - Home of ComedySportz is offering...

CSz Boston - Home of ComedySportz is offering a FREE Introduction to Improv workshop on Wednesday, July 18th at 7:00pm & Saturday, July 21st at 2:00pm at the new Rozzie Square Theater located at 5 Basile St. in Roslindale. This 90-minute workshop is a fun, low cost, low-pressure, low carb way to get up on your feet, learn some improv basics and play improv games with the Artistic Director, Courtney Pong. It’s 100% FREE! No experience required (although certainly welcome)! Get more info here: https://www.cszboston.com/csz-education-improv-classes/ July 18th 7:00 - 8:30pm Registration: https://www.cszboston.com/see-comedysportz/?edid=106125 July 21st 2:00 - 3:30pm Registration: https://www.cszboston.com/see-comedysportz/?edid=106269

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June 2018 in Review, From Burgers to Barbecue

Redd’s in Rozzie (4257 Washington St., Roslindale, Boston): This Roslindale hotspot will close in July, with owner Charlie Redd citing changes in Boston’s liquor licensing system that would devalue his license.

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Cafe Juiceup (1290 Blue Hill Ave., Mattapan, Boston): Juices, smoothies, and more.

Cava (669 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): This is the fourth local outpost for the DC-based fast-casual Mediterranean chain. Next, it’ll open in Cambridge’s Kendall Square.

Gypsy Place Coffee and Juice Bar (90 Hampshire St., Cambridge): A 20-seat cafe with juice, smoothies, breakfast sandwiches, and more.

Pavement Coffeehouse (415 Western Ave., Brighton, Boston): The seventh location for the local cafe chain is also home to a coffee roasting facility and commissary kitchen.

Rabottini’s Pizza (182 Western Ave., Lower Allston, Boston): What started as a one-day-a-week pop-up inside of a Cambridge bagel shop is now a free-standing, five-day-a-week pop-up (expected to last through the fall), serving pizza, salads, and a few flavors of Gracie’s Ice Cream.

Revival Cafe & Kitchen (125 Cambridgepark Dr., Alewife, Cambridge): This is the first of three new projects — two Revivals and one beer hall called Mothership — from Steve “Nookie” Postal (Commonwealth, Crema Cafe) and Liza Shirazi (Crema Cafe). Coffee, sandwiches, and more.

Sassafras (688 Broadway, Ball Square, Somerville): Eat at Jumbo’s has been reborn into a fully vegetarian (and mostly vegan) operation.

Soleil (2306 Washington St., Roxbury, Boston): Southern-influenced dining, with counter-service breakfast and lunch (lots of sandwiches) and full-service dinner.

Soup Shack (779 Centre St., Jamaica Plain, Boston): A pan-Asian soup shop, featuring everything from pho to ramen.

Sushi Today (1562 Tremont St., Mission Hill, Boston): Sushi and sashimi, with plenty of combos available.

Centre Street Cafe (669 Centre St., Jamaica Plain, Boston): The Centre Street team is revamping the Italian restaurant into a space-themed diner called Little Dipper, which could reopen in July.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop (1 Porter Rd.): The Chicago-based sandwich chain has other local locations, including one in Downtown Boston.

Refuge Cafe (155 Brighton Ave., Allston, Boston): There was a false alarm a couple years ago, but now Refuge Cafe is really gone, leaving behind only a series of bizarre Facebook posts, as was its style.

Roost Bistro (259 Newbury St., Back Bay): This New American bistro closed after four years, but its sibling bakery next door, Patisserie on Newbury, remains open.

Ryles Jazz Club (212 Hampshire St., Inman Square, Cambridge): After over 40 years, the Inman Square music venue and restaurant has shut down. The owners are focusing on their almost century-old deli across the street, S&S.

Stephi’s in Southie (130 Dorchester Ave., South Boston): In the wake of the joining of the hospitality groups behind the Stephanie’s restaurants, Met Back Bay, and others, one member of the Stephanie’s family, the five-year-old Stephi’s in Southie, has shut its doors.

The Wholy Grain (275 Shawmut Ave., South End, Boston): The neighborhood bakery and cafe, which had been open for eight years, will be replaced by a new Chilacates location.

Wok N’ Roll (1908 Massachusetts Ave., Porter Square, Cambridge): The Chinese restaurant had been around for over two decades.

Cappy’s Tavern (11 Wolcott Ct., Hyde Park, Boston): After eight decades, this classic dive bar will shut down in late July.

Intermission Tavern (228 Tremont St., Downtown Boston): This Theater District pub will shut down at some point in the near future, to be replaced by the Fourth Wall.

    June 2018 in Review, From Burgers to Barbecue
    As we said goodbye to spring and hello to summer during June 2018, plenty of restaurants opened around the Boston area, including several food vendors at Somerville's growing Bow Market, a Thai restaurant in Somerville, a bagel shop in Cambridge, a rooftop bar in Salem, and more.
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BROOKLINE, MA – With temperatures expected to...

BROOKLINE, MA – With temperatures expected to be in the 90’s beginning Saturday, June 30th and continuing into next week, the Emergency Management Team has issued a heat advisory. Below is information about Brookline cooling centers, including their hours of operation and addresses. Brookline Public Safety Building 350 Washington Street 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Brookline Senior Center 93 Winchester Street Monday – Friday: 8:30am – 5pm The Public Libraries of Brookline Main: 361 Washington St Monday–Thursday: 10am-9pm; Friday and Saturday: 10am - 5pm, Sunday:1pm5pm. Putterham Branch: 959 West Roxbury Parkway Monday and Wednesday: 10-6 pm, Tuesday and Thursday: 10am-9pm, Friday and Saturday, 9:30 am- 5 pm, Sunday 1pm – 5pm. For residents of 61 Park Street, 90 Longwood Avenue, 50 Pleasant Street, 190 Harvard Street, the Brookline Housing Authority will have their air-conditioned community rooms available for residents. The Evelyn Kirrane Aquatics Center, 60 Tappan Street, also is open. Brookline residents may use the pool free of charge for Open Swim only during designated hours when a heat alert is in effect. Please call 617-713-5435 for hours and specific details. Public Safety Headquarters 350 Washington Street, Brookline, Massachusetts 02445 In addition, the Brookline Department of Public Health is advising the public of the following: Tips for Preventing Heat Related Illnesses:  NEVER leave children, adults or pets alone in a closed, parked vehicle.  Slow down, avoid strenuous activity.  Avoid too much sun.  Plan outdoor games and activities for early morning or evening.  Avoid extreme temperature changes.  Stay indoors as much as possible and use air conditioners to cool the air. When the temperature is in the 90’s, fans will not prevent heat related illness. Taking a cool shower or bath is a better way to cool off.  Wear loose-fitting, lightweight, light-colored clothing that will cover as much skin as possible.  Protect face and head by wearing a wide brimmed hat.  Drink plenty of fluids, even if you do not feel thirsty, and avoid alcoholic beverages, drinks with caffeine and large amounts of sugar—these actually cause you to lose more body fluid.  Use your stove less and try to cook your meals in the cooler part of the day.  Although any one at any time can suffer from heat-related illness, some people are at greater risk than others.  Check regularly on: o Infants and young children o People aged 65 or older o People who have a mental illness o Those who are physically ill, especially with heart disease or high blood pressure  Visit adults at risk at least twice a day and closely watch them for signs of heat exhaustion or heat stroke. Infants and young children, of course, need much more frequent watching.  KEEP COOL – Spend as much time as you can in cooler surroundings

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