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17 Exeter Street: Update on unapproved furnace pipe.
18.1176 BB 671-673 and 755 Boylston Street: At sidewalk areas create new plaza space and install granite markers, decorative light columns, paving and trees at the site of the two marathon bombing locations.
18.1153 BB 393 Commonwealth Avenue: At front garden remove and replace Magnolia tree, and re-landscape area.
18.1172 BB 321 Commonwealth Avenue: At rear elevation replace deteriorated one-over-one windows in-kind; replace existing security bars...
18.1174 BB 17 Gloucester Street: At roof add flat glass roof access hatch; relocate and group existing air-conditioning units...
18.1173 BB 245 Commonwealth Avenue: At rear elevation install a steel and glass enclosure at fifth-floor rear patio; and at upper most roof install access hatch and roof deck.
18.1182 BB 483 Beacon Street: Replace black rubber roof in-kind and replace shrubs at Beacon Street.
18.1185 BB 534 Beacon Street: At roof install antenna.
18.1183 BB 184-190 Commonwealth Avenue: At front façade re-point masonry and replace missing caulking.
18.1155 BB 191 Commonwealth Avenue: At front façade repair entry doors.
18.987 BB 205 Commonwealth Avenue: At roof re-clad existing head house in zinc-coated copper panels to match existing.
18.1112 BB 207 Commonwealth Avenue: At rear yard replace existing wood fence and gate with new wood fence and gate.
18.1116 BB 213 Commonwealth Avenue: Add rear addition replace copper gutters in-kind and re-point masonry.
18.1181 BB 351 Commonwealth Avenue: At front façade and rear elevation re-paint ironwork, window frames, window sash and doors, re-glaze all windows, and clean masonry.
18.1125 BB 383, 385 & 387 Commonwealth Avenue: At front façade and rear elevation replace gutters in-kind and repair masonry.
18.1157 BB 403 Commonwealth Avenue: At front façade replace three wood non-historic third-story one-over-one windows in-kind.
18.1060 BB 230 Marlborough Street: At front façade and rear elevation replace four third-story deteriorated wood one-over-one windows in-kind.
18.1200 BB 233 Marlborough Street: At front façade repair and replace sections of copper apron at Mansard roof, repair and re-paint bay, and re-paint masonry.
18.1203 BB 373 Marlborough Street: At front façade replace deteriorated slate and copper flashing at bay roof in-kind.
18.1169 BB 392 Marlborough Street: At roof replace black rubber membrane roof in-kind and replace existing roof deck in-kind.
18.1180 BB 154; 160; 177; 179; 220; 299; 301 Newbury Street: Paint entry doors and door frames black.
18.1168 BB 154-156 Newbury Street: At front façade replace non-historic storefront windows.
18.1115 BB 172 Newbury Street: At front façade clean masonry.
18.1093 BB 234-236 Newbury Street: At rear parking area replace asphalt paving with brick pavers.
18.1158 BB 250 Newbury Street: At front façade replace existing blade sign.
18.1084 BB 332 Newbury Street: At front façade install new blade sign.This article has 17 other Boston locations (Show)
40 Commonwealth Avenue: Unapproved air conditioning unit at rear elevation.
18.868 BB 7 Marlborough Street: At rear elevation add boiler vent at basement level.
18.1209 BB 399 Boylston Street: At roof replace two existing HVAC units.
18.1190 BB 437 Boylston Street: Replace black rubber membrane roof in-kind.
18.1164 BB 501 Boylston Street: At Boylston Street façade replace existing wall plaque.
18.1142 BB 45 Commonwealth Avenue: At existing roof deck replace wood decking in-kind.
18.1167 BB 114 Commonwealth Avenue: Replace two existing roof top air-conditioning units.
18.1111 BB 53 Marlborough Street/300 Berkeley Street: At rear yard replace existing wood stair and platform with new platform and stair and enclosure for trash/recycling containers that are currently stored in the shared walkway.
18.1098 BB 81 Marlborough Street: At roof rebuild chimney and replace chimney pots in-kind.
18.1056 BB 175 Marlborough Street: At front façade restore and re-coat masonry.
18.1179 BB 7-9 Newbury Street: At roof replace existing heat pumps.
18.1152 BB 29-33 Newbury Street: At roof replace existing cooling tower in-kind.
18.1154 BB 37 Newbury Street: At front façade repair entry walk, replace entry door and install automatic door opener.
18.1199 BB 47 Newbury Street: At Berkeley Street elevation install window signage at second level of storefront.
18.1090 BB 119 Newbury Street: Repair masonry at turret.
18.1178 BB 126 Newbury Street: At roof install heat pump on existing frame.
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Relics, during the Renaissance, were objects of high spiritual, religious, or sentimental value. We’re curious: of all the things that make up your day, what are your relics? If you lived during the Renaissance, you’d say the fragments of saints displayed in Fra Angelico’s reliquaries. But today, in the 21st century, your answer could be anything from sea shells to rings! Tell us about your relics down below with #WhatsYourRelic and be sure to visit our Fra Angelico: Heaven on Earth exhibition!
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Join the Beacon Hill Garden Club on Thursday, May 17 from 9 – 5 for a stroll through the charming streets of Beacon Hill. The Beacon Hill Garden Club is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. The annual tour of the Hidden Gardens of Beacon Hill honors a long tradition of urban gardening in Boston. They will welcome over 2,500 visitors to our neighborhood. They will enjoy not only our hidden gardens, but also our shops, restaurants and museums. From its first garden tour since the club was founded in 1928, club members have opened their gardens every year on the third Thursday in May, even through the Depression and World War II. They hope you will enjoy the day visiting the nooks, crannies and charming spaces that make Beacon Hill special. Tour proceeds benefit local, state and national horticulture and conservation causes.
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Get an early start on implementing a successful growing season at Elm Bank, 900 Washington Street, on Sunday, May 6 at 10:30 am. Hannah Traggis will lead this hands-on workshop, covering essential vegetable gardening skills such as handling and transplanting young seedlings and proper weed management. Consideration will be given to spring garden and soil preparations, early spring and summer cover cropping and mulching options, and planning ahead for succession planting and extended vegetable harvest.
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Titled “The Shower of Gold,” this painting by Howard Gardiner Cushing reminds us of the golden reliquaries in our Fra Angelico exhibition.💛 #FunFact: The subject is Cushing’s wife, whom he painted several times over the course of their marriage. Image: Howard Gardiner Cushing, The Shower of Gold, 1908, oil on canvas.
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Only one month left to experience our Fra Angelico: Heaven on Earth exhibition! Explore Fra Angelico’s groundbreaking narrative art that transformed the history of western art. Enjoy today: http://bit.ly/2sfXnBE
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Make your weekend extra special by joining us this Saturday for our Open Studio: Objects of Power! Drop in from 11 am - 4:30 pm for an afternoon of art-making. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2Hc9WEV
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So proud to see our BCA Ball & Disco Under the Dome co-chair, Bianca Sigh Ward featured in the Bostonglobe 2018 Most Stylish Bostonians! Get your tickets now for the most stylish event of the year! #bostonsmoststylish #bcaball2018 #discounderthedome #supportlocalartists #bostonart #sophisticatedinnovativekinetic Purchase tickets here: https://bcaonline.secure.force.com/donate/?dfId=a0n4100000O2aVTAAZ http://apps.bostonglobe.com/magazine/graphics/2018/04/stylish-bostonians-2018/#bianca-sigh-ward
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THE ONE DAY TO UNIFY THE RESTAURANT COMMUNITY IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ALS
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You are cordially invited to the Beacon Hill Garden Club’s Third Annual Soiree celebrating the Club’s 90th year. The event takes place Wednesday, May 16 from 6 – 8 at the historic garden at King’s Chapel Parish House, 55 Branch Street in Beacon Hill. Enjoy cocktails, hors d’oeuvre, raw bar, and jazz combo. Also, from 5 – 6 ticket holders may preview three historic gardens from the Hidden Gardens Tour taking place the next day. To purchase tickets go to http://garden-soiree.eventbrite.com. Capacity for this event is limited and last year’s event sold out quickly.
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The country garden of Lynden Miller, an acclaimed public garden designer and a serious plant lover, has been her laboratory for design ideas and plant combinations since 1980. She adores early spring in her garden, particularly her woodland, and will welcome a small group to really look at what makes that work. Her site features a large mixed border backed by a curved yew hedge, a raised garden, and a cottage garden. There is a small pond and a recirculating stream, a woodland with moss paths, and many hardy hydrangeas.
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#TransformationTuesday The spectacular reproductions of the Raphael Room’s fireplace hangings are now on display! 🎉 Major shoutout to Tess Fredette and Elsbeth Dijxhoorn in our conservation department (as well as their talented team!) for pulling off off the most challenging textile reproduction ever attempted in the Museum. Be sure to check out these fabulous furnishing on your next visit!
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Preservation Commission Notice of Public Hearing & Agenda, 5th Floor School Committee Room, 5/8/2018, 6:30 p.m.
6:40 PM 1039 Boylston Street (Chestnut Hill North LHD) – Application for a Certificate of Appropriateness to install a 6’ high, 18’ wide cedar driveway gate along Boylston Street, (Gurminder Bhogal and Mridul Mehta, applicants).This article has 2 other Boston locations (Show)
7:00 PM 195 Walnut Street (Pill Hill LHD) – Application for a Certificate of Appropriateness to revise the previously approved window...
7:40 PM 695 Heath Street – Application for the demolition of the house (Francis and Cheryl Steverman, applicants).
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Boston Chefs' list of must-visit Back Bay patio dining.
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Coming soon! Versatile young violinist Robyn Bollinger, a member of the Gardner’s resident chamber orchestra A Far Cry, will perform a daring solo concert on May 3. Pick up your tickets: http://bit.ly/2HMrwfS
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...during lunch hours before opening with full hours this Saturday, April 28. The new restaurant (298 Massachusetts Ave.) has been under construction since the fall, and it’s now ready to welcome customers...This article has 2 other Boston locations (Show)
Whole Heart Provisions (487 Cambridge St., Allston) expands to Cambridge tomorrow, showering the Central Square neighborhood with meat-free dining for...
Next up, Whole Heart Provisions will also open at the renovated Smith Campus Center at Harvard (1350 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge) around fall 2018.
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Take an insightful walk through the gardens at Green Animals Topiary Garden in Portsmouth, Rhode Island on Sunday, May 6 from 11 – 1. Dan Christina, Chief Horticulturist, will give insider tips about how to get the most out of your Dutch bulbs. Free with garden admission but space is limited so advance tickets are required. Reserve by phone at 401-847-1851.
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The Reading Garden Club will hold its annual Geraniums and More Plant Sale on Wednesday, May 9, from 9 – 1 at the Reading Town Common. Geraniums, annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs and a number of pollinator plants (all from Mahoney’s) will be for sale along with the much sought after Member’s Perennial Plants.Rain or Shine!
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