14 hours ago

  • Technology in Kindergarten

    Ms. Switzer is asking for $460.42:
    My students need an iPad and protective case to expand their learning through technology.
    Josiah Quincy Elementary School Comment

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  • Every One Loves Sharpies!

    Ms. Wattles is asking for $473.69:
    My students need Lyra Opaque watercolor pan sets and Sharpie fine point marker sets.
    Josiah Quincy Elementary School Comment

38 hours ago

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These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • Science Everywhere

    Mr. Ng is asking for $584.56:
    My students need 1 laptop computer and 1 case to carry out this project.
    Josiah Quincy Elementary School Comment
  • Science, Science, Science!!!

    Ms. Luie is asking for $584.56:
    My students need a laptop and a protective case because science lessons can be done everywhere.
    Josiah Quincy Elementary School Comment
  • Using Technology to Support STEM Learning

    Mr. Ng is asking for $2184.69:
    My students need an LCD computer projector for large group meetings.
    Josiah Quincy Elementary School Comment

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3 days ago

Gong Cha Opens in Chinatown With Bubble Tea, Lattes, and Yogurts

...with cups and cups full of bubble tea. Gong Cha opened earlier this month at 44 Harrison Ave., with various posts on Yelp and Facebook indicating there were long lines awaiting its arrival...

    Gong Cha Opens in Chinatown With Bubble Tea, Lattes, and Yogurts
    A Taiwan-based tea shop chain with United States locations around the Northeast and in Texas just opened its first location in Boston, filling Chinatown with cups and cups full of bubble tea. Gong Cha opened earlier this month at 44 Harrison Ave., with various posts on Yelp and Facebook indicating there were long lines awaiting its arrival.
    https://boston.eater.com

3 days ago

3 days ago

Chinatown land trust discusses public land parcel

Parcel R-1 is a parking lot on Tyler and Harvard streets, the former location of the Wang YMCA bubble. It is owned by the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) and is leased to Tufts Shared Services, representing Tufts University and Tufts Medical Center. The lease expires at the end of 2017.

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...the location of the Asian American Civic Association and the Kwong Kow Chinese School at 87 Tyler Street. The Tyler and Hudson lot was used as a temporary structure for the Y, which...

    Chinatown land trust discusses public land parcel
    The Chinatown Community Land Trust (CCLT) met to discuss public land Parcel R-1 Nov. 15 at the Josiah Quincy School. Parcel R-1 is a parking lot on Tyler and Harvard streets, the former location of the Wang YMCA bubble.
    http://sampan.org

4 days ago

  • Pothole Closed

    Intersection Of Avery St & Tremont St, Boston Requested November 15, 2017 Comment
  • Litter Open

    Intersection Of Beach St & John F. Fitzgerald Surface Rd, Boston Requested November 15, 2017 Comment

4 days ago

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