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Coming Attractions: July 15 through 31– What Will Light Your Fire

Cynthia Reeves, The Barn at 28 Main Street, Walpole, NH

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Charlotte F. and Irving W. Rabb Gallery, Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA

YELLOW PERIL. 60 Valley Street #5, Providence, RI

Special Exhibitions Gallery, Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA

ICA Watershed, 256 Marginal Street, Boston, MA

Hostetter Gallery, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 25 Evans Way, Boston, MA

...Directed by Diane Paulus. Staged by the American Repertory Theater at the Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle St., Cambridge, MA, through July 15...

The Taming by Lauren Gunderson. Directed by Juliet Bowler. Staged by Hub Theater Company at Club Cafe, 209 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA, through July 28.

Dark Room by George Brant. Directed by Olivia D’Ambrosio. Staged by Bridge Repertory at the Multicultural Arts Center, 41 Second Street, Cambridge, MA, July 27 through August 16.

Sixth Annual Mad Dash, staged by Fresh Ink Theatre at the Lyric Stage, 140 Clarendon Street, Boston, MA, July 21.

Leftovers by Josh Wilder. Directed by Summer L. Williams. Staged by Company One Theatre at the Strand Theatre, 543 Columbia Road, Boston, MA, July 21 through August 18.

9 Wallis, Beverly, MA

    Coming Attractions: July 15 through 31- What Will Light Your Fire
    Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual arts, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks. By The Arts Fuse Staff Film The Luchino Visconti retrospect concludes with this 238 minute epic. "The film surrounds the excesses, dalliances, and eventual political censure of King Ludwig II of Bavaria (1845-1886), also known as the "Mad King."

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Effective June 17, 2018, Captain John Teahan ...

Effective June 17, 2018, Captain John Teahan is retired from the Brookline Fire Department. After graduating Brookline High School in June, 1978, John attended Boston State College and studied Criminal Justice. John eventually saw the light and took the exam to be a firefighter. He was appointed to the Brookline Fire Department on November 29, 1982. After Drill School, F.F.O.P. J. Teahan was assigned to Ladder 2. Firefighter Teahan was a student of the job. He dedicated himself to learning the subtle nuances that make a firefighter a professional. On December 21, 1983, FF Teahan was put to the test. At 0225 hours, Box 26 was struck for 50 Green Street. Upon arrival, members found heavy fire conditions on floor number two with heavy heat and smoke conditions throughout the remainder of this 4 story, 60 unit occupied multiple dwelling. Upon report of trapped and missing occupants, an immediate second alarm was sounded. FF Teahan, along with the rest of Ladder Two’s crew initiated a search on the upper floors. Without protection of a hand line, the members advanced further and further into this hostile environment until they located two residents who were nearly overcome. Firefighter Teahan and his brothers removed the occupants to safety. FF Teahan had joined the Brotherhood. In January of 1984, the department was summoned to a crash of two M.B.T.A. trolleys. Firefighter Teahan once again demonstrated his proficiency in utilizing tools and equipment. FF Teahan and the other members provided quick access for all first responders to the scene by compromising secure facilities. Once in, they assisted the MBTA personnel in disconnecting electrical service to the involved trolleys. Firefighter Teahan was promoted to Lieutenant on May 18, 1992. Lt. Teahan always sought to improve his performance and in September of 1996, he added the initials: E.M.T. to his listing of growing qualifications and accomplishments. Lt. Teahan kept in the books and on May 2, 2005, he was promoted to Captain. Captain Jack’s administrative and management skills were recognized almost immediately as he was assigned as the Administrative Officer for the Department. Shortly thereafter, Captain Jack’s firefighting skills and abilities were back in the field so off he went. Captain Teahan was always concerned about the health and welfare of the members. He encouraged them to maintain good nutrition and to maintain a good state of fitness while being well rested up for the next “big one!” He ran a tight ship as the Station “A” commander and the Company Commander of Ladder Co. No. 2. Captain Jack’s maintenance of a constant state of readiness paid off on January 1, 2015. Box 153 was transmitted at 1143 hours for 114 Davis Avenue. Upon arrival, the basement was fully engulfed and heavy fire was pushing out all the basement windows of this Class 3, O.M.D. The fire was rapidly extending and auto-exposing the first floor and all major points of entry. The engines started their attack while Captain Jack and FF Tom Francis gathered up their tools and went to work. There were reports of a trapped elderly woman on floor number one. They forced the outside door to a common hall and then forced the door to the first floor apartment. The fire was rapidly extending up from the basement through all the walls of this three decker. Captain Teahan and FF Francis started a primary search utilizing the thermal imaging camera. They operated in zero visibility and high heat and to make matters worse, there were Collyer’s Mansion conditions. Captain Teahan located the victim and removed her to safety for which he was awarded the Medal of Valor by Governor Baker at the Massachusetts Firefighter of the Year ceremonies held in Cambridge. Captain Jack is another in the long line of veteran firefighters who leave this job with years of extensive knowledge and experience. Truly a great loss for the Brookline Fire Department. Please join me in wishing Captain John Teahan a long, happy and healthy retirement. Good Luck Captain Jack!

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    Effective June 17, 2018, Captain John Teahan is retired from the Brookline Fire Department. After graduating Brookline High School in June, 1978, John attended Boston State College and studied...

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