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Boston Center for the Arts shared their event...

    Run of the Mills | Rainbow Collapse
    Run of the Mills | Rainbow Collapse January 19 | 7-9 pm The Mills Gallery An evening of durational performance, participatory installation and reception...
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20 hours ago

DC’s Fast-Casual Mediterranean Restaurant Cava Arrives in Fenway

...will open in Dedham (680 Legacy Pl.) in the spring, in Boston’s Back Bay (667 Boylston St.) and Hingham (98 Derby St.) in the summer, and in Cambridge’s Kendall Square (at...

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Cava (1346 Boylston St.) specializes in customizable Mediterranean dishes ranging from salads and grain bowls to pita wraps and...

    DC's Fast-Casual Mediterranean Restaurant Cava Arrives in Fenway
    Fenway finds itself with a new source for fast-casual Mediterranean this week as Washington, DC-based Cava arrives on Boylston Street. The restaurant officially opens Friday, January 19, but it's holding a "community day" on Thursday, January 18, welcoming donations for a local non-profit and offering free meals. Cava (1346 Boylston St.)
    https://boston.eater.com

22 hours ago

Through January 31 – Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Holiday Garden Courtyard Display

Holidays are a special time to come to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, where the festive courtyard features dark forest greens, and shades of red and silver. This holiday tradition showcases masses of flowering jade trees, silver curry plant, and the dark red winter blooms of amaryllis.

    Through January 31 - Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Holiday Garden Courtyard Display
    Holidays are a special time to come to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, where the festive courtyard features dark forest greens, and shades of red and silver. This holiday tradition showcases masses of flowering jade trees, silver curry plant, and the dark red winter blooms of amaryllis.
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

22 hours ago

Wednesday, July 11 – Tuesday, July 17 – Santa Fe: Folk Art, Gardens, Culture & Cuisine

Join Pacific Horticulture July 11 – 17 as we tour beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico to explore more than 1,000 years of culture, history, and tradition. Our itinerary includes visits to private gardens, the recently renovated Santa Fe Botanic Garden, and the world’s largest International Folk Art Market featuring more than 180 artists from 60 countries. A private docent-led tour of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum promises a deep look into the artist’s life and art in the region. A day trip to Chimayo and Taos includes a stop at the Mabel Dodge Luhan House. PHS executive director Carol Moholt will escort this tour. Land cost $2,598 per person, double occupancy for Pacific Horticulture members, $2,698 for nonmembers, single supplement $920.

    Wednesday, July 11 - Tuesday, July 17 - Santa Fe: Folk Art, Gardens, Culture & Cuisine
    Join Pacific Horticulture July 11 - 17 as we tour beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico to explore more than 1,000 years of culture, history, and tradition. Our itinerary includes visits to private gardens, the recently renovated Santa Fe Botanic Garden, and the world's largest International Folk Art Market featuring more than 180 artists from 60 countries.
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

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Palaver Strings Seeking Sanctuary features th...

Palaver Strings Seeking Sanctuary features the stories and music of three of Boston's immigrant communities, featuring amazing guest artists. Seeking Sanctuary's Chinese set will feature Chinese folk music arranged by guest artist Zhantao Lin performed by Palaver Strings with Zhantao Lin on the erhu. A performer throughout New England, Lin joined Yo-Yo Ma in his Silk Road Project exchange program and is the founder of the Boston Erhu Ensemble. Other places he's performed include Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Peabody Essex Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston Children's Museum, Lincoln Center and others. Performances February 9–11. Tickets available now: https://bcaonline.secure.force.com/ticket/#details_a0S41000002leTsEAI

    Boston Center for the Arts
    Palaver Strings Seeking Sanctuary features the stories and music of three of Boston's immigrant communities, featuring amazing guest artists. Seeking Sanctuary's Chinese set will feature Chinese...
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37 hours ago

Boston College is at Boston College.

Snow day? Snow way! 😏 | Photo by Roman Victor, BC exchange student

    Boston College
    Snow day? Snow way! 😏 | Photo by Roman Victor, BC exchange student
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37 hours ago

Boston Center for the Arts shared Alibi Bosto...

Alibi Boston will be there, will you? Get your tickets to Movers & Shakers today!

    Movers & Shakers
    Boston Center for the Arts, Mills Gallery, Cyclorama, Plaza Theatres
    http://www.bcaonline.org

40 hours ago

Spotlight On: Business District

Business District’s mission is simple: to provide our members with luxurious and well-appointed surroundings, cutting-edge technology, and superb customer service.

    Spotlight On: Business District
    Business District's mission is simple: to provide our members with luxurious and well-appointed surroundings, cutting-edge technology, and superb customer service. When Matt LoGuidice, one of the Business District's Founders, was spending time in LA a few years ago, he worked for a time at a shared office space.
    http://www.bostonbackbay.com

43 hours ago

Explore the magical Isabella Stewart Gardner ...

Explore the magical Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and let the beauty of our lush courtyard warm you during the cold of winter. Awaken your senses today: http://bit.ly/2DoIb9y

    Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
    Explore the magical Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and let the beauty of our lush courtyard warm you during the cold of winter. Awaken your senses today: http://bit.ly/2DoIb9y
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44 hours ago

Saturday, January 27, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm – Nothing Leaves the Site

It’s a good rule for sustainable gardening: Let nothing leave the site. Join the New England Wild Flower Society’s horticulture staff at Garden in the Woods on Saturday, January 27 from 1 – 4 to learn how your existing landscape materials, from downed wood to running water and plant debris, can provide free food, water, and soil. $40 for NEWFS members, $48 for nonmembers. Photo from www.andrewsforest.oregonstate.edu.  Register online at http://www.newfs.org/learn/our-programs/nothing-leaves-the-site

    Saturday, January 27, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm - Nothing Leaves the Site
    It's a good rule for sustainable gardening: Let nothing leave the site. Join the New England Wild Flower Society's horticulture staff at Garden in the Woods on Saturday, January 27 from 1 - 4 to learn how your existing landscape materials, from downed wood to running water and plant debris, can provide free food, water, and soil.
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

44 hours ago

Tuesday, January 30, 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm – Rocky Outcrops and Talus Slopes Webinar

This NEWFS webinar on Tuesday, January 30 from noon to one is part of is part of a series called Great Habitats of the Northeast which began last winter. In this series, Elizabeth Farnsworth, senior research ecologist for New England Wild Flower Society, will introduce you to some of the truly special New England habitats and discuss their ecology and distinctive plant life. The Rocky Outcrops and Talus Slopes webinar will allow you to discover the wild and rocky places of the Northeast, where bedrock intersects with climate to determine the hardy plant communities that can survive on mountain summits or in the interstices of rocks, eking out a living with little available soil. $10 for NEWFS members, $13 for nonmembers. Register online at http://www.newfs.org/learn/our-programs/live-webinar-rocky-outcrops-and-talus-slopes

    Tuesday, January 30, 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm - Rocky Outcrops and Talus Slopes Webinar
    This NEWFS webinar on Tuesday, January 30 from noon to one is part of is part of a series called Great Habitats of the Northeast which began last winter. In this series, Elizabeth Farnsworth, senior research ecologist for New England Wild Flower Society, will introduce you to some of the truly special New England habitats and discuss their ecology and distinctive plant life.
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

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Josh Zakim added 2 new photos — at Boston Pub...

Full house tonight to hear details about new National Grid gas line planned for Back Bay. #BosPoli

    Josh Zakim
    Josh Zakim, Boston, MA. 2.9K likes. Josh Zakim is the Boston City Councilor for District 8 and a candidate for MA Secretary of State.
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2 days ago

Mayor Walsh announces call to student artists to participate in performance art contest recognizing black history in Boston

A. Philip Randolph Statue(Back Bay MBTA Station, 45 Dartmouth St., Back Bay)

Harriet Tubman Memorial (Harriet Tubman Park, Pembroke St. and Columbus Ave., South End)

South End Technology Center @ Tent City (359 Columbus Ave., South End)

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Bruce C. Bolling Building (2300 Washington St., Roxbury)

Donna Summer childhood home (16 Parker Hill Ave., Mission Hill, not open to the public)

Haley House (2302 Washington St., Roxbury)

National Center of Afro-American Artists (300 Walnut Ave., Roxbury, free of charge for contest participants)

William Monroe Trotter House (97 Sawyer Ave., Dorchester, not open to the public)

    Mayor Walsh announces call to student artists to participate in performance art contest recognizing black history in Boston
    BOSTON - Monday, January 15, 2018 - Mayor Martin J. Walsh today in partnership with the Mayor's Office of Diversity, Arts and Culture, Boston Public Schools and media partner Boston25 announced an open call for student artists to submit artwork inspired by landmarks related to Black history in Boston, in honor of Black History Month this February.
    http://sampan.org

2 days ago

Call for student artists for art contest recognizing Black History Month

A. Philip Randolph Statue(Back Bay MBTA Station, 45 Dartmouth St., Back Bay)

Harriet Tubman Memorial (Harriet Tubman Park, Pembroke St. and Columbus Ave., South End)

South End Technology Center @ Tent City (359 Columbus Ave., South End)

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Bruce C. Bolling Building (2300 Washington St., Roxbury)

Donna Summer childhood home (16 Parker Hill Ave., Mission Hill, not open to the public)

Haley House (2302 Washington St., Roxbury)

National Center of Afro-American Artists (300 Walnut Ave., Roxbury, free of charge for contest participants)

William Monroe Trotter House (97 Sawyer Ave., Dorchester, not open to the public)

    Call for student artists for art contest recognizing Black History Month
    Mayor Martin J. Walsh today in partnership with the Mayor's Office of Diversity, Arts and Culture, Boston Public Schools and media partner Boston25 announced an open call for student artists to submit artwork inspired by landmarks related to Black history in Boston, in honor of Black History Month this February.The purpose of the art contest is to inspire Boston students to celebrate the city's Black history and envision themselves as future contributors, in the spirit of the many great Black historical figures that shaped the city we have today.
    https://www.boston.gov

2 days ago

Black History Month art contest

A. Philip Randolph Statue (Back Bay MBTA Station, 45 Dartmouth Street, Back Bay)

Harriet Tubman Memorial (Harriet Tubman Park, Pembroke St. and Columbus Ave., South End)

South End Technology Center at Tent City (359 Columbus Ave., South End)

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Bruce C. Bolling Building (2300 Washington St., Roxbury)

Donna Summer childhood home (16 Parker Hill Ave., Mission Hill, not open to public)

Haley House (2302 Washington St., Roxbury)

National Center of Afro-American Artists (300 Walnut Ave., Roxbury, free of charge for contest participants)

William Monroe Trotter House (97 Sawyer Ave., Dorchester, not open to public)

    Black History Month art contest
    Do you make music? Are you a poet? Do you express yourself through dance or theater? What places in Boston come to mind when you think about black history? Where do you go for inspiration?From February 1 through February 16, we want you to visit one or more places related to Boston's black history and submit artwork inspired by them.
    https://www.boston.gov

2 days ago

Globe Bar & Cafe Reopens on Boylston Street, But in a New Space

...s Boylston Street to another, officially opening in its new home last week. After vacating 565 Boylston St. late last year, the restaurant took over 384 Boylston St., the former home of the...

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...home last week. After vacating 565 Boylston St. late last year, the restaurant took over 384 Boylston St., the former home of the Rattlesnake Bar & Grill, which had closed down in November of...

    Globe Bar & Cafe Reopens on Boylston Street, But in a New Space
    Globe Bar & Cafe has completed its relocation from one space on Boston's Boylston Street to another, officially opening in its new home last week. After vacating 565 Boylston St. late last year, the restaurant took over 384 Boylston St., the former home of the Rattlesnake Bar & Grill, which had closed down in November of 2016.
    https://boston.eater.com

2 days ago

Saturday, January 27, 1:00 pm – Tower Hill READS 2018 Kickoff

Join friends and fellow garden members reading and discussing a thought provoking, award-winning book, The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben during Tower Hill Botanic Garden’s 2018 community read. Tower Hill also plans a series of tree walks, lectures and other events with the Worcester Tree Initiative. The kickoff will be held Sunday, January 27 from 1 – 2, and is free with admission, but registration is recommended at https://towerhillbg.thankyou4caring.org/pages/event-registration-form—tower-hill-reads-2018-kickoff

    Saturday, January 27, 1:00 pm - Tower Hill READS 2018 Kickoff
    Join friends and fellow garden members reading and discussing a thought provoking, award-winning book, The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben during Tower Hill Botanic Garden's 2018 community read. Tower Hill also plans a series of tree walks, lectures and other events with the Worcester Tree Initiative.
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

2 days ago

Wednesday, January 24, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm – Wild and Wonderful Natives Webinar

Join Dan Jaffe of the New England Wild Flower Society online on Wednesday, January 24 from 6:30 – 7:30 for a crash course on all things weird in the native flora. We’ll explore the wild and wonderful world of native plants, from the toxic sap of monk’s hood to the armature of honey locust and odd survival strategies. NEWFS members $10, nonmembers $13. Register online at http://www.newfs.org/learn/our-programs/live-webinar-wild-and-wonderful-natives

    Wednesday, January 24, 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm - Wild and Wonderful Natives Webinar
    Join Dan Jaffe of the New England Wild Flower Society online on Wednesday, January 24 from 6:30 - 7:30 for a crash course on all things weird in the native flora. We'll explore the wild and wonderful world of native plants, from the toxic sap of monk's hood to the armature of honey locust and odd survival strategies.
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

2 days ago

Sunday, January 28, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm – Shrubs in Winter

New England Wild Flower Society will hold its ever popular Shrubs in Winter class on Sunday, January 28 from 10 – 2 with instructor Roland “Boot” Boutwell at Garden in the Woods in Framingham. Even without leaves, many shrubs are still recognizable in late fall and winter. Learn to identify about 20 native New England shrubs through such characteristics as branching patterns, bark, persistent flowers and fruits, growth forms, galls, and habitats. We’ll also consider the natural history of these shrubs. The program will begin indoors, then we’ll head out into the Garden. Bring a bag lunch and a hand lens. $53 for NEWFS members, $64 for nonmembers. Register online at http://www.newfs.org/learn/our-programs/shrubs-in-winter. Image from www.thegardenerseden.com.

    Sunday, January 28, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm - Shrubs in Winter
    New England Wild Flower Society will hold its ever popular Shrubs in Winter class on Sunday, January 28 from 10 - 2 with instructor Roland "Boot" Boutwell at Garden in the Woods in Framingham. Even without leaves, many shrubs are still recognizable in late fall and winter.
    http://www.gardenclubbackbay.org

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