10 hours ago

Proposals Discussed

On Jan. 10, a meting sponsored by the Beacon Hill Civic Association Zoning and Licensing Committee discussed the Park St. School proposal as well as the plans for Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro at 25 Charles St.

    Proposals Discussed
    On Jan. 10, a meting sponsored by the Beacon Hill Civic Association Zoning and Licensing Committee discussed the Park St. School proposal as well as the plans for Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro at 25 Charles St.
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10 hours ago

Kraft Center for Community Health Mobilizes Care for Opioid Use Disorder

A new community outreach initiative spearheaded by The Kraft Center for Community Health at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) seeks to better engage with individuals struggling with addiction and complex health conditions who are not well connected to health care services. The Kraft Center for Community Health was established in 2012 by a generous gift from Robert K. Kraft and The Kraft Family Foundation to expand access to high quality, cost effective health care for disadvantaged populations. CareZone, a mobile health van, is being funded by The Kraft Center for Community Health and brings together collaborators from GE Foundation, Ford Motor Company, Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program (BHCHP) and the Boston Public Health Commission’s harm reduction and needle exchange site, AHOPE.

    Kraft Center for Community Health Mobilizes Care for Opioid Use Disorder
    A new community outreach initiative spearheaded by The Kraft Center for Community Health at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) seeks to better engage with individuals struggling with addiction and complex health conditions who are not well connected to health care services. The Kraft Center for Community Health was established in 2012 by a generous gift from Robert K.
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10 hours ago

Keeping Busy:Variety of Children’s Programs at Hill House

by Marianne Salza

    Keeping Busy:Variety of Children's Programs at Hill House
    On Saturday morning, little ones learned the fundamental skills of soccer, developing their listening and cooperative skills, and friends casually practiced their basketball shooting and blocking on the court. Pick Up Basketball and U6 Soccer are two of the many winter programs offered to children, ages five-weeks-old to 12-years-old, by Hill House.
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10 hours ago

Play Ball: Boston Named Best Large Sports City in New Study

By Seth Daniel

    Play Ball: Boston Named Best Large Sports City in New Study
    As the New England Patriots get ready to host their first playoff game in Foxboro, one might think it's the success of the city's football team that makes Boston the best sports city in America.
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10 hours ago

Beacon Hill Civic Association Community Corner

Beacon Hill Gala February 3

    Beacon Hill Civic Association Community Corner
    The Beacon Hill Civic Association invites all neighbors to come in from the cold and enjoy spending an elegant evening together at the 46th annual Beacon Hill Gala, to be held at the Four Seasons Hotel Boston on Saturday, February 3.
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10 hours ago

Civic Association Urges MGH to Fix North Anderson Park’s Bad Conditions

By Dan Murphy

    Civic Association Urges MGH to Fix North Anderson Park's Bad Conditions
    The Beacon Hill Civic Association board of directors is urging Massachusetts General Hospital to address the deteriorating conditions in and around North Anderson Park, which it maintains now pose a "significant risk to public safety." In a Jan.
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10 hours ago

Volunteers Take Down Holiday Decorations

By Suzanne Besser

    Volunteers Take Down Holiday Decorations
    Taking down the garlands and greens that decorated Beacon Hill's 1100 lamp posts for the holidays was a lot easier than putting them up, according to the hoards of volunteers who spent last weekend doing so. All it took was cutting down the top and bottom wires and two bows, dropping the garlands, and stuffing them all into heavy duty trash bags.
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10 hours ago

Local Mother-Owned Art Tour Business Gets New Parents out of the House During Winter

A few years ago, Renana Kehoe was on maternity leave from her career as director of development operations at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. She loved having the time with son Nolan, but she missed being able to take advantage of the cultural offerings that brought her to Boston in the first place.

    Local Mother-Owned Art Tour Business Gets New Parents out of the House During Winter
    A few years ago, Renana Kehoe was on maternity leave from her career as director of development operations at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. She loved having the time with son Nolan, but she missed being able to take advantage of the cultural offerings that brought her to Boston in the first place.
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10 hours ago

All Done Until Next Year

Catrina Madeira cuts the wire while Simona Sdojkoska holds the ladder on South Russell Street as they take down the holiday decorations over the past weekend.

    All Done Until Next Year
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10 hours ago

Kapur-Dewinter Gives First BHWF Presentation of the Year

By Amy Tsurumi

    Kapur-Dewinter Gives First BHWF Presentation of the Year
    An impeccable remedy for cabin fever, Beacon Hill Women's Forum (BHWF) welcomed back members to a full-capacity gathering at the Hampshire House on January 9. Neighbors enjoyed sharing holiday stories and New Year's resolutions over cocktails. The evening's opener Neighborhood Narratives speaker Gail Bray, who has been at Gary Drug for an impressive 18 years, received a warm welcome from familiar faces.
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2 days ago

Jacob Wirth Restaurant in Boston's Theater District Is Up for Sale

The address for Jacob Wirth is 31-37 Stuart Street, Boston, MA, 02116. Its website can be found at http://www.jacobwirth.com/

    Boston Restaurant Talk
    A downtown Boston institution that has been in business for 150 years is on the selling block. Boston Magazine is reporting that Jacob Wirth Restaurant in the city's Theater District is up for sale, with the Stuart Street dining and drinking spot going on the market for $1,025,000.
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5 days ago

Best Spots For A Quick Lunch In Downtown Boston

44 Province St.

21 Temple Place

    Best Spots For A Quick Lunch In Downtown Boston
    While there are some who can take all the time they need for a long, lazy and luxurious lunch, most people are lucky to be able to get away from work, school, family or activities for more than 15 or 30 minutes.
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Jan 10

Area A-1 sees 1-Percent Drop in Part One Crime in ‘17

By Dan Murphy

    Area A-1 sees 1-Percent Drop in Part One Crime in '17
    According to Boston Police, 2,595 incidents of Part One crime were reported between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 2017, in the area, which includes Beacon Hill, Chinatown Downtown and the North End, as opposed to 2,619 during the same timeframe in 2016.
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Jan 10

Winthrop Square Tower Height Lowered

By Beth Treffeisen

    Winthrop Square Tower Height Lowered
    In a lengthy Draft Project Impact Report that was released on January 2, the developers behind the Winthrop Square Tower outlined their latest plans for redeveloping the abandoned parking garage at 115 Winthrop Square including a new design with less height and possibly more economic benefits for the city.
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Jan 10

A New Leaf for the New Year:Discover the World of Teas with the Mark T. Wendell Tea Company

The Nichols House Museum at 55 Mount Vernon Street in Beacon Hill, will host an exclusive tea program with the Mark T. Wendell Tea Company on Saturday, January 20. Led by Hartley E. Johnson, owner of the Mark T. Wendell Tea Company, our special experience at the museum will include:

    A New Leaf for the New Year:Discover the World of Teas with the Mark T. Wendell Tea Company
    The Nichols House Museum at 55 Mount Vernon Street in Beacon Hill, will host an exclusive tea program with the Mark T. Wendell Tea Company on Saturday, January 20. Led by Hartley E. Johnson, owner of the Mark T.
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Jan 10

Hill Native Finds Career as Safari Guide in African Wilderness

By Dan Murphy

    Hill Native Finds Career as Safari Guide in African Wilderness
    Beacon Hill native Hadley Pierce credits her unique career choice as one of the founders and co-owners of a safari company to the indelible impression a family vacation to Africa in 2006 at age 12 left on her.
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Jan 10

Get Your Shovel

A car is actually buried under the snow from Thursday’s snowstorm on Mt. Vernon St. Hopefully, the warmer temperatures this week should cause some melting.

    Get Your Shovel
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Jan 10

Back Bay Resident to Run 50 Miles for Charity on MLK Day

By Beth Treffeisen

    Back Bay Resident to Run 50 Miles for Charity on MLK Day
    On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Back Bay resident Kevin Koncilja will brave the cold winter temperatures to run a 50-mile ultramarathon followed by a party at Tracksmith Trackhouse on Newbury Street to raise funds and awareness for the Martin Richard Foundation.
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Jan 10

BHCA Zoning and Licensing Notice/Agenda

The Zoning and Licensing Committee of the Beacon Hill Civic Association will meet on Wednesday, January 10th at 7:00 p.m. at 74 Joy Street. All meetings are open to the public.

    BHCA Zoning and Licensing Notice/Agenda
    The Zoning and Licensing Committee of the Beacon Hill Civic Association will meet on Wednesday, January 10th at 7:00 p.m. at 74 Joy Street. All meetings are open to the public. If you are unable to attend but would like to express an opinion, please call (617.227.1922), write (74 Joy Street, Boston, MA 02114) or send an email to the BHCA office (patricia.tully@bhcivic.org) prior to the meeting.
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Jan 10

Developers Behind Haddon Hall Switch Gears, Pursuing Residences Instead of Club

By Beth Treffeisen

    Developers Behind Haddon Hall Switch Gears, Pursuing Residences Instead of Club
    Hexagon Properties announced on Friday, Jan. 5, that they would no longer be pursuing a private club at 29 Commonwealth Ave. The team will soon be presenting plans for luxury residences at the location and will also be pursuing a new location in the Back Bay for the private club.
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Jan 10

MFS Pro-Am Doubles Championship

The 27th Annual MFS Pro Am Doubles Championship was held last week at the University Club.The University

    MFS Pro-Am Doubles Championship
    The 27th Annual MFS Pro Am Doubles Championship was held last week at the University Club.The University Club Pro Doubles Committee included from left: Tom Poor,Greg Collins, Lenny Bernheimer, Amrit Kanwal, and Chris Spahr. Kanwal represneted MFS Investment Management who was the title sponsor of the event.
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Jan 10

Beacon Hill Civic Association Community Corner

Happy New Year to all

    Beacon Hill Civic Association Community Corner
    Looking for volunteers to remove decorations this weekend Due to the frigid temperatures last weekend, Undecorating Days were postponed to this weekend, January 13 and 14. Volunteers are needed to remove the garlands and bows from Beacon Hill lamp posts. Please email info@bhcivic.org or call the office at 617-227-1922 to sign up.
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Jan 10

Americans Hate Waiting, so They’ll Despise Single Payer

By Sally C. Pipes

    Americans Hate Waiting, so They'll Despise Single Payer
    What makes for an awful trip to the doctor? Waiting. Earlier this year, doctor-rating website Zocdoc found that long waits or appointment delays were the primary motivators of negative marks from patients. Given this aversion to waiting, it's shocking that Americans are coming around to government-run, single-payer health care.
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Jan 10

Bring It On, Ol’ Man Winter

These past two weeks have brought the worst winter weather imaginable — coastal flooding, record cold, and a blizzard — but we’ve survived it all and made it out to the other side, as moderating temperatures, perhaps even reaching the balmy 50s, are predicted over the next 10 days.

    Bring It On, Ol' Man Winter
    These past two weeks have brought the worst winter weather imaginable - coastal flooding, record cold, and a blizzard - but we've survived it all and made it out to the other side, as moderating temperatures, perhaps even reaching the balmy 50s, are predicted over the next 10 days.
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Jan 10

Police Briefs 01-09-2018

Beacon Hill Beat

    Police Briefs 01-09-2018
    From Boston Police Area A-1 Larceny 12/27/17 - At about 7:30 p.m., a victim reported her wallet was stolen from her mother's purse, which was strung over the back of a chair at a Cambridge Street bar. The wallet contained U.S. currency, bank/credit cards, a passport, personal identification and papers.
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Jan 09

Police: Body found in Boston's Chinatown neighborhood

The body was found at about 11 a.m. near 61 Beach St.

    Police: Body found in Boston's Chinatown neighborhood
    A body was found in Boston's Chinatown neighborhood Tuesday morning, police said.
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Jan 09

Body found in Boston’s Chinatown section, police say

The body was discovered around 11 a.m. near 61 Beach Street.

    Body found in Boston's Chinatown section, police say
    BOSTON (WHDH) - Boston police say a body was found Tuesday morning in the city's Chinatown section. The body was discovered around 11 a.m. near 61 Beach Street. Police are on the scene investigating at this time. No additional details were immediately available. (Copyright (c) 2018 Sunbeam Television. All Rights Reserved.
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Jan 06

Congratulations to Our Elected City Officials

We offer our congratulations to our city officials who were sworn into office this past week.

    Congratulations to Our Elected City Officials
    We offer our congratulations to our city officials who were sworn into office this past week. Public service is not easy these days. In an era of limited resources, it seems that our elected officials find themselves saying "No" more often than not.
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Jan 06

LaMattina says Farewell in Speech before the Council:Councilor Sal LaMattina Represented the North Slope of Beacon Hill for Many Years and Was the Current Councilor for the North End, East Boston, and Charlestown.

By John Lynds

    LaMattina says Farewell in Speech before the Council:Councilor Sal LaMattina Represented the North Slope of Beacon Hill for Many Years and Was the Current Councilor for the North End, East Boston, and Charlestown.
    On Dec. 13. after eleven and half years as District 1 City Council, and a thirty year career as a public servant for the City of Boston, Councilor Sal LaMattina addressed his colleagues in the Council Chambers for the last time.
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Jan 06

BPS Decides Not to Change School Start Times

By John Lynds

    BPS Decides Not to Change School Start Times
    In a letter to Boston Public School (BPS) families, BPS Superintendent Tommy Chang announced that the school department would not implement the proposed change to school start times. BPS held meetings where parents aired their grievances over the process and suggested the change to school start times in the neighborhood would adversely affect students and families as well as breaking up school communities.
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Jan 06

Police Briefs 01-02-2018

Beacon Hill Beat

    Police Briefs 01-02-2018
    Aggravated Assault/Shoplifting 12/09/17 - A male suspect stole four Canada Goose winter jackets from a Charles Street sporting goods store. A clerk pursued the suspect on Charles Street, at which time the suspect threatened to stab the clerk, although he didn't display a knife.
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Jan 06

Mayor Walsh Sworn in to Serve Second Term:Promises Opportunity to Every Resident in the City

By Beth Treffeisen

    Mayor Walsh Sworn in to Serve Second Term:Promises Opportunity to Every Resident in the City
    On New Year's Day morning, Mayor Martin Walsh took his oath of office, and was sworn into his second term as the 54 th Mayor of Boston in front of a large crowd filled with residents, supporters, faith leaders and elected officials in the Cutler Majestic Theatre. Vice President Joseph R.
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Jan 06

A Look Back at 2017

By Dan Murphy

    A Look Back at 2017
    On Jan. 12, Bernard "Bernie" O'Rourke stepped down from his role as superintendent of the Boston Police's Bureau of Field Services, ending a career with the department that spanned exactly 39 years. On Feb. 4, more than 200 guests attended the Beacon Hill Civic Association's 45th annual Gala at the Four Seasons Hotel, Boston.
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Jan 06

New Award to be given at Boston’s Museum of African American History

Boston’s Museum of African American History announced the creation of an award, which will honor non-fiction literature celebrating African American history and culture.

    New Award to be given at Boston's Museum of African American History
    Boston's Museum of African American History announced the creation of an award, which will honor non-fiction literature celebrating African American history and culture. The first Museum of African American History (MAAH) Stone Book Award, which includes a $25,000 prize, will be presented in the summer of 2018 at the African Meeting House in Boston, a designated National Historic Landmark, and one of MAAH's properties.
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Jan 05

Non Hearing Common Victualler Transactions

PR Restaurants, LLC Panera Bread d/b/a Panera Bread, 115 Stuart St., Boston, MA 02116. Change of officers, From – Chris Pauliot and Kevin Woods, add James Liritzis as manager.   LB-101162.

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Ahad, Inc. d/b/a Crown Fried Chicken, 344 Warren Street, Roxbury, MA 02119. First floor, kitchen in rear, seating at the front; 6 seats. To be managed by Danash Ahad. Hours of operation 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM.

Lucky House Palace, LLC d/b/a Jo Jo Taipei, 103 Brighton Ave., Allston, MA 02134.Change of manager From – Cuiying Yao To – Xiao Yan Jin.  LB-100113.

PR Restaurants, LLC Panera Bread d/b/a Panera Bread, 8 Allstate Road, Dorchester, MA 02125. Change of officers, From – Chris Pauliot and Kevin Woods, add James Liritzis as manager.   LB-100962.

PR Restaurants, LLC Panera Bread d/b/a Panera Bread, 450 Boylston St., Boston, MA 02116. Change of officers, From – Chris Pauliot and Kevin Woods, add James Liritzis as manager.   LB-100968.

PR Restaurants, LLC Panera Bread d/b/a Panera Bread, 201 Brookline Ave., Boston, MA 02215. Change of officers, From – Chris Pauliot and Kevin Woods, add James Liritzis as manager.   LB-100842.

Nexus Innovation of Boston, LLC d/b/a Thai Spice, 1745 Centre St., West Roxbury, MA 02132. Change of hours, From – 11:30 AM-10:00 PM To – 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM.  LB-100694.

    Non Hearing Common Victualler Transactions
    Licensing Board will hold an open meeting on Jan. 11, 2018, at 10:00 A.M. The following are applying for a new Common Victualler License at a previously licensed location. A.A. & A.G., Inc. d/b/a The Corner Restaurant. 156 Bunkerhill Street, Charlestown, MA 02129. Kitchen in the back, seating at the front; 23 seats.
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Dec 29

Traffic Advisory for Sunday, December 31, 2017, and January, 1, 2018

Traffic delays are expected in the vicinity of the intersection of Tremont Street and Boylston Street on Monday, January 1, 2018, as Boston residents gather for the 10 a.m. Inauguration...

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    Traffic Advisory for Sunday, December 31, 2017, and January, 1, 2018
    On Sunday, December 31, 2017, the City of Boston will welcome the New Year with its annual First Night Celebration, and Monday, January 1, 2018, the inauguration of Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh will take place at the Cutler Majestice Theatre. Street closures and parking bans will be in effect throughout the weekend to support these events.
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Dec 22

Boston City Council Appoints Four Members to Guide Community Preservation Act Funds

By Beth Treffeisen

    Boston City Council Appoints Four Members to Guide Community Preservation Act Funds
    The Boston City Council voted to elect four members to the Community Preservation Committee (CPA) who will work to allocate funds collected from the Community Preservation Act at a hearing on December 13.
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Dec 22

BHCA Community Corner

By Suzanne Besser, BHCA President

    BHCA Community Corner
    BHCA asks for community support By now Beacon Hill Civic Association members and friends should have received packets of information about the Annual Appeal in the mail. Donations received during this Appeal provide vital funding for the BHCA staff and facilities, and enables ongoing efforts in community building, civic engagement and historic preservation.
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Dec 22

Teaming Up to Shed Light on Cambridge St Recess

By Dan Murphy

    Teaming Up to Shed Light on Cambridge St Recess
    A once-darkened recess on Cambridge Street is looking a lot brighter and less daunting to passersby, thanks to a concerted effort involving a neighbor, the city and a responsive landlord.
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Dec 22

Advent School Winter Concert

The Advent School celebrated the beauty of nature during an Annual Winter Concert on December 15, at The Church of the Advent. Pictured, ECC students singing, “Itty-Bitty Birdie.”

    Advent School Winter Concert
    The Advent School celebrated the beauty of nature during an Annual Winter Concert on December 15, at The Church of the Advent. Pictured, ECC students singing, "Itty-Bitty Birdie."
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Dec 22

Heritage Night

The West End Museum held its First Annual Heritage Night on December 5 to recognize the more than 20 ethnic groups that lived in the old West End. Pictures is original West Ender, Joe McDonald, member of the West End Museum Board of Directors.

    Heritage Night
    The West End Museum held its First Annual Heritage Night on December 5 to recognize the more than 20 ethnic groups that lived in the old West End. Pictures is original West Ender, Joe McDonald, member of the West End Museum Board of Directors.
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Dec 22

Campbell to Head Boston City Council

By Seth Daniel

    Campbell to Head Boston City Council
    Mattapan Councilor Andrea Campbell - in just the beginning of her second term in office - announced on Saturday, Dec. 9, night that she had secured the votes to become the next City Council president, and the first African American woman to hold that role.
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Dec 22

Looking at Whom is Being Honored with Public Statues

By Dan Murphy

    Looking at Whom is Being Honored with Public Statues
    The majority of public statues and monuments found throughout the city memorialize white men while few depict women and people of color, and this discrepancy was the subject of a presentation and panel discussion on Monday, Dec. 11, at the Central Library of the Boston Public Library in Copley Square.
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Dec 22

City Council Addresses BPS New Start Times

By Beth Treffeisen

    City Council Addresses BPS New Start Times
    The Boston City Council filed for a hearing order to address the Boston Public Schools new start and end times. Council members shared that they have received numerous phone calls on the matter that has raised many questions on how it will impact both students and their families.
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Dec 22

Advent Students Decorate Lamp Posts

Graeme, Lucas, and Amir decorating a lamp post across the street from the Church of the Advent.

    Advent Students Decorate Lamp Posts
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Dec 22

Police Briefs 12-19-2017

Beacon Hill Beat

    Police Briefs 12-19-2017
    From Boston Police Area A-1 Robbery 12/06/17 - A victim reported he was sleeping in his car on Charles Street South at around 3:45 a.m., when a male suspect approached his vehicle. The victim opened his car door to confront the suspect, who kicked the victim and threw him to the ground.
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Dec 21

The Winter 2017-2018 Restaurant Opening Guide: Boston Proper

52 Temple Pl., Downtown Crossing, Boston

400 Tremont St., South End, Boston

Democracy Brewing (35 Temple Pl., Downtown Crossing, Boston): A worker-owned brewpub opening in the historic Windsor Button space. It’ll have a tasting room and event space, and the team plans to distribute to bars and restaurants. Projected opening: April 2018

Sam Adams (60 State St., Downtown Boston — maybe): After the fall 2017 debut of a taproom at its longtime JP...

Unnamed Emerald Lounge replacement at the Revere Hotel (200 Stuart St., Downtown Boston): The five-year-old Emerald Lounge closed in December 2017, and it will...

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Prudential Center, 800 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston

384 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston

217 Newbury St., Back Bay, Boston

399 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston

2 Broad St., Downtown Boston

107 Porter St., East Boston

256 Marginal St., East Boston

900 Boylston St., Audubon Circle/Fenway, Boston

1350 Boylston St., Fenway, Boston

51 Sleeper St., Fort Point, Boston

154 Green St., Jamaica Plain, Boston

3346 Washington St., Jamaica Plain, Boston

The Tremont, 1480 Tremont St., Mission Hill, Boston

19 Poplar St., Roslindale, Boston

60 Seaport Blvd., Seaport District, Boston

391 D St., Seaport District, Boston

455 E 1st St., South Boston

246 W. Broadway, South Boston

1750 Washington St., South End, Boston

The Girard, 600 Harrison Ave., South End, Boston

150 Canal St., West End, Boston

1 Nashua St., West End, Boston

6 West Broadway hotel restaurant and rooftop bar (6 West Broadway, South Boston): Part of Meyer Jabara Hotels, this forthcoming South Boston hotel will have a restaurant as well as a rooftop bar. Projected opening: Early 2019

Akinto (1 Appleton St., South End, Boston): Once a residency at Wink & Nod, this Southeast Asian restaurant will eventually open in the former Merrill & Co. space next to Wink & Nod. It’s been in the works for quite some time. Projected opening: Unknown

Backlash Beer Co. (152 Hampden St., Roxbury, Boston): This longtime contract brewer is in the process of opening up its own brewery and taproom. Retail sales began in September 2017, but there’s more permitting and construction that has to happen before the taproom debuts. Projected opening: Unknown

Backyard Betty’s (172-174 W. Broadway, South Boston): A forthcoming Southie restaurant that is apparently related to Publico. Projected opening: Unknown

Boston’s Restaurant & Sports Bar (1124 Boylston St., Fenway, Boston and another yet-to-be-announced location): The Canadian pizza-focused sports bar...

Brato Brewhouse & Kitchen (190 North Beacon St., Brighton, Boston): The forthcoming brewpub from Cambridge Brewing Company alums will be located not too far from the new Boston Landing development. Projected opening: Sometime in 2018; meanwhile, Brato is hosting a number of pop-up events

Burro Bar (1357 Washington St., South End, Boston): The latest from the Alpine Restaurant Group (Painted Burro, Posto, and more...

Carrot Flower (703 Centre St., Jamaica Plain, Boston): Juices, smoothies, soups, nut milks, and more. Projected opening: Spring 2018

Cava (667 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): This rapidly expanding DC-based fast-casual Mediterranean chain is also coming to Fenway (January 2018), Hingham (February 2018), and Dedham (February 2018). Projected opening: Later in 2018, after the other locations

Distraction Brewing Company (2 Belgrade Ave., Roslindale, Boston): A new brewery will take over the corner space that was once home to an Emack & Bolio’s ice cream shop. Projected opening: Spring 2018

Feng Shui (1924 Beacon St., Cleveland Circle, Brighton, Boston): Sushi, hibachi, and Chinese food from a restaurant group with locations in Chelmsford, Waltham, Cohasset, and Tyngsborough. (It’ll open in Burlington eventually as well.) Projected opening: Unknown

Gyu-Kaku (101 Allstate Rd., Dorchester, Boston): An international Japanese barbecue chain with hundreds of locations (including one in Brookline and one in Cambridge) will expand to Dorchester’s under-development South Bay Town Center. Projected opening: Unknown

Kamakura (150 State St., Downtown Boston): Contemporary kaiseki cuisine — high-end, multi-course meals featuring seasonal ingredients — from Youji Iwakura (Snappy Ramen, Uni, Basho). Projected opening: Unknown

La Colombe (250 West Newton St., Back Bay, Boston): The Philadelphia-based coffee roaster and cafe chain already has two Boston locations (in the Leather District and the Seaport District), and a Back Bay one is coming up next. Projected opening: Unknown

New Yorker Fried Chicken (1251 River St., Hyde Park, Boston): A slightly renamed chicken takeout spot, under new ownership. The old ownership had a bit of a fraud scandal. Projected opening: Unknown

Orá Trattorizza (655 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): A two-floor trattoria/pizzeria from the owner of Piattini Wine Cafe on Newbury Street. Projected opening: Unknown

Pig ‘N Whistle Diner (226 N. Beacon St., Brighton, Boston): A diner that has been closed for 15 years might get resurrected without too many changes. Projected opening: Unknown

The Quiet Few (331 Sumner St., East Boston): A casual restaurant and bar slated for the space briefly occupied by East Boston Kitchen in 2014 (and vacant since then). Projected opening: Unknown

The Sip & Spoke Bike Kitchen (611 Columbia Rd., Uphams Corner, Dorchester, Boston): Repair your bike; drink coffee. Projected opening: Unknown

Soup Shack (779 Centre St., Jamaica Plain, Boston): Replacing Kamado Super Fusion and serving Asian noodle soups. Projected opening: Unknown

The Westland (10 Westland Ave., near Symphony Hall, Boston): From the group behind Hopewell Kitchen & Bar, the Avenue, and more comes a “classic American tavern” in the long-vacant Symphony 8 space. Projected opening: “Soon”

Time Out Market (401 Park Dr., Fenway): The Landmark Center is being converted into a new development, 401 Park Drive, which...

Xi’an Street Foods (182 Brighton Ave., Allston, Boston): No relation to Xi’an Famous Foods, but presumably more Xi’an cuisine, which may include hand-pulled noodles, a lamb and flatbread stew, and flatbread “burgers.” Projected opening: Unknown

Wild Pops (3212 Washington St., Jamaica Plain, Boston): This popsicle pop-up can be found at various events and locations around town, but at some point in 2018, its previously seasonal storefront will reopen — and stay open year-round. Projected opening: Spring or summer 2018

Zuma (1 Dalton St., Back Bay, Boston): A London-based upscale Japanese restaurant that draws inspiration from izakayas and serves sushi, robata grill dishes, and more. It’ll be located in the One Dalton building. Projected opening: Unknown

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