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The Santos family has invited the public to a visitation period on Tuesday, April 24 between 4 and 8 p.m. at the Prophett-Chapman, Cole & Gleason Funeral Home, located at 98 Bedford St. in Bridgewater.
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With thoughts of warmer weather and the beauty it will soon bring to the park, the Esplanade Association (esplanadeassociation.org) has begun the planning for their annual Moondance Gala to be held on Saturday, Sept. 15, on the banks of the Charles River.
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MassDOT will close the Longfellow Bridge overnight to all vehicular traffic through Thursday, April 19, from 11:00 p.m. each night to 5:00 a.m. the following morning. The closures are necessary to perform work on the joints of the bridge.
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The following items were discussed at the Boston City Council Meeting on April 11.
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Plaguing the commercial and residential districts throughout the city, empty storefronts and vacant apartments are making it seem that Boston is experiencing market failure, despite the strong economy, real estate values and low unemployment rate.
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We are made from more bacteria than human cells. Not only that, many of them positively contribute to our way of life by helping us be healthy, active, and produce vitamins. To address the bad bacteria, antibiotic treatment has saved billions of lives. However, the World Health Organization predicts that antibacterial resistance will be the cause of 10 million deaths annually by 2050. At the Beacon Hill Women’s Forum April lecture, guest speakers Drs. Laurence G. Rahme and Amy Tsurumi discuss how their innovative research in multi-host bacterial pathogenesis and anti-virulence therapeutics work to address the public health threat of antibiotic resistance.
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After years of wear and tear at the Bay Village Park at the corners of Charles Street South, Melrose and Fayette Streets, residents are looking for a source of funding to spruce up this hidden gem in the heart of the neighborhood.
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Judy Tedeschi began volunteering at Rosie’s Place upon relocating to Beacon Street from the South End three years ago, but she first visited the oldest women’s shelter in the U.S. years earlier to assist in the dining room with other members of the Second Congregational Church, Cohasset.
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With summer right around the corner, the Esplanade Association is gearing up for another strong year along the historic park in downtown Boston.
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Townsman (120 Kingston St., Downtown Boston) is embracing maple season with a special menu available April 20 through 22...This article has 1 other Boston location (Show)
Just a reminder that today is opening day for the 12-table Talulla (377 Walden St., Cambridge) in the former T.W. Food space, serving a la carte options, a three...
You can find Shed’s BBQ at 32 Bromfield Street in Boston, and online at shedsbbq.com.
...Court Street meet. Once it opens, the new outlet will join other downtown locations on Washington Street and Summer Street, along with a number of other shops in and around the city...
...Business Journal reported that the Boston Beer Company was eyeing the former Hillstone space at 60 State St. in downtown Boston, right by the entrance of Faneuil Hall, for a second Sam Adams...
That’s not the only new taproom slated for Boston’s downtown: Democracy Brewing, a worker-owner brewpub, is almost ready to debut at 35 Temple Pl., the old Windsor Button space. It could open around late May 2018.This article has 1 other Boston location (Show)
...for a second Sam Adams taproom. (The original brewery location is — and will remain — at 30 Germania St. in Jamaica Plain, where it recently debuted a taproom and barrel-aging room.) Nothing had...
Scampo turned 10 in style on Monday, April 2, as a crowd of around 300 turned out to The Liberty Hotel to celebrate the eatery’s milestone.
Related Beal announced last week it has closed on the sale of the first block of 20 deeded condominium parking spaces at the Charles Street Garage.
A Bostonian through and through, Greg Henning a prosecutor and mentor in the community he has served for over 12 years is stepping up and running for the office of District Attorney.
The sun shone brightly on the nearly 400 neighbors and friends who toured eight kitchens in Beacon Hill and Back Bay homes during the fifth annual Creative Kitchens Tour, sponsored by Beacon Hill Village (BHV) on Saturday. All unique, the kitchens reflected the lifestyle and vitality of the families that make them the center of their lives day after day.
The Beacon Hill Business Association held its annual meeting at Hampshire House on Thursday April 5, highlighting the group’s numerous achievements over the course of the past year.
The Beacon Hill Architectural Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, April 19, starting at 4:00 p.m. at, Boston City Hall, 1 City Hall Plaza. Piemonte Room (5th Floor), Boston, MA 02201
Beacon Award Nominations due April 16
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA), celebrates the return of spring with Art in Bloom, taking place Saturday, April 28, through Monday, April 30, following an evening preview on Friday, April 27.
With a new home and a new look, Boston’s most anticipated springtime gala, the Friends of the Public Garden’s Green and White Ball, will bloom at a new venue later this month at Four Seasons Hotel Boston. The event’s new partners, Marc Hall Design, Frost Productions and PEAK Event Services, have helped create a fresh look for the elegant evening.
The Boston Marathon and the City of Boston’s Patriot’s Day Parade will be held on Monday, April 16, 2018. The BAA 5K and the Invitational Mile will be held on Saturday, April 14, 2018. These events will result in street closures and parking restrictions in the Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Brighton, Fenway-Kenmore, the North End and Government Center. People coming into Boston for these events are urged not to drive their personal vehicles. Information on Blue Bikes, the regional bike share system, may be found atwww.theHubway.com and information on the MBTA may be found at www.MBTA.com. For a faster return trip, the MBTA advises riders to purchase a round-trip rather than a one-way ticket. Walking is also a great way to move around the City of Boston.
The Moxy is in a tight place — a 4,000 square-foot lot — at Tremont and Stuart streets, and work can’t block access to area theaters.
In an effort to increase voter participation and take away barriers to get to the polls, the Boston City Council is considering implementing simple steps at a minimal cost to make it easier for residents to participate in voting.
HIGHLIGHTING THE IMPORTANCE OF THE RENEWABLE ENERGY BILL
When Mark Kiefer comes to the Beacon Hill Friends House on Wednesday, April 11, to discuss the life of Nora Waln, his great-aunt, as well as a Quaker and accomplished international journalist, he believes her story will have just as much relevance today as it did when she came of age nearly 100 years ago.
The Vilna Shul, located at 18 Phillips St., will present a unique photography exhibition, “Holding Differences Tenderly,” featuring professional Beacon Hill photographer Brenda Bancel and students Toni Marie Gomes and Roody Jean Louis from the Take 5 program at the Epiphany School in Dorchester.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh has announced that the City of Boston’s two municipal golf courses will open on April 6 for the 2018 season.
MassDOT will implement overnight lane closures on Storrow Drive east and westbound in the vicinity of the Longfellow Bridge through Friday, April 6. A single lane will be closed in each direction from 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM, and double lane closures will be from 11:00 PM each night to 5:00 AM the following morning. The roadway in this area consists of three lanes in each direction. A minimum of one lane in each direction will be maintained for travel at all times.
Emerging young performers about to launch their careers in the arts will steal the spotlight at the Beacon Hill Civic Association’s second celebration of music, performance and food on April 12. This time the Evening at 74 is all about Boston’s ‘molasses disaster,’ which promises to make it a rich and lively night at 74 Joy Street.
Beacon Hill Village (BHV) is proud to announce that the Creative Kitchens Tour 2018 will take place on Saturday, April 7. Celebrating 5 years of inviting the community to “take a peek” into some of the most interesting and distinguished kitchens on Beacon Hill and in the Back Bay, this fundraising event for the Village has become a popular early spring tradition.
In a quest to help people feel better and get healthy, Susan Cabana continues to bottle her favorite nourishing juices and nutritious snacks in her newest store in Beacon Hill.
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Blue Bottle (800 Boylston St., Back Bay; 100 Federal St., Downtown Boston): This Californian coffee chain opened a location in Harvard Square in winter 2017-2018, and two more will open in Boston proper this year. Projected opening: 2018
Sam Adams (60 State St., Downtown Boston — maybe): After the fall 2017 debut of a taproom at its longtime JP...This article has 66 other Boston locations (Show)
70 Brighton Ave., Allston
217 Newbury St., Back Bay, Boston
565 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston
655 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston
375 Chestnut Hill Ave., Cleveland Circle, Brighton, Boston
415 Western Ave., Brighton
50 Terminal St., Charlestown, Boston
150 State St., Downtown Boston
1124 Boylston St., Fenway, Boston
265 Massachusetts Ave., Symphony/Fenway, Boston
96 Brookline Ave., Fenway, Boston
1381 Boylston St., Fenway, Boston
680 Truman Pkwy., Hyde Park, Boston
38 Hyde Park Ave., Jamaica Plain, Boston
3698 Washington St., Jamaica Plain, Boston
703 Centre St., Jamaica Plain, Boston
154 Green St., Jamaica Plain, Boston
3160 Washington St., Jamaica Plain, Boston
3381 Washington St., Jamaica Plain, Boston
3212 Washington St., Jamaica Plain, Boston
The Tremont, 1480 Tremont St., Mission Hill, Boston
131 Beverly St., North End/Waterfront, Boston
2 Belgrade Ave., Roslindale, Boston
19 Poplar St., Roslindale, Boston
2302 Washington St., Bolling Building, Roxbury, Boston
101 Seaport Blvd., Seaport District, Boston
391 D St., Seaport District, Boston
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1750 Washington St., South End, Boston
645-647 Tremont St., South End, Boston
By Chloe (399 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): This New York-based, fast-casual chain is entirely vegan. There are...
Cava (667 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): This rapidly expanding DC-based fast-casual Mediterranean chain opened in Fenway in January 2018 and Dedham in March 2018, and it’s also coming to Hingham in summer 2018 and Cambridge’s Kendall Square in fall 2018. Projected opening: Summer 2018
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse (Prudential Center, 800 Boylston St., Back Bay, Boston): The upscale steakhouse chain, which has a Boston location in the Seaport...
Fuku (One Seaport, 43 Northern Ave., Seaport District, Boston): David Chang’s NYC-based casual chicken joint — sibling to Momofuku, Milk Bar, and more — is expanding to Boston’s Seaport District with spicy fried chicken sandwiches, slushies, and other items. Projected opening: Summer 2018
Intelligentsia (225 Franklin St., Downtown Boston): The Chicago-based coffee roaster will open its second Boston-area “coffeebar” — the first in Boston proper — on the ground floor of the State Street Bank building. Projected opening: Summer 2018
Nathálie (186 Brookline Ave., Fenway, Boston): The team behind Haley.Henry — an intimate, popular wine bar downtown — will open...
American Provisions (1961-1981 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester, Boston): In the works for over a year, this expansion of Southie’s cheese, charcuterie, and specialty foods shop got delayed by a fire, but it’s still coming. Projected opening: Fall 2018
Bon Me (415-435 Brookline Ave., Longwood Medical Area, Boston): This growing local group of food trucks and restaurants — which features Vietnamese-inspired sandwiches, noodle bowls, and more — is expanding again. Projected opening: 2018
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
Chickadee (Innovation and Design Building, 17-25 Drydock Ave., Seaport District, Boston): This waterfront project, named for the state bird, will emphasize New England ingredients. Ted Kilpatrick and John DaSilva are behind it, both alums of No. 9 Park. Projected opening: 2018
Shore Leave (345 Harrison Ave., South End, Boston): The Bar Mezzana team is behind this forthcoming Tiki bar. Projected opening: Late 2018
Soleil (Bolling Building, 2200 Washington St., Roxbury, Boston): One of several new restaurants in the works for Dudley Square, this one...
Wahlburgers (101 Allstate Rd., Dorchester, Boston): The Wahlbergs are finally coming home to Dorchester, bringing their ever-expanding burger chain to their hometown. It’ll be at the new South Bay Town Center development, along with several other restaurants. Projected opening: Fall 2018
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
Time Out Market (401 Park Dr., Fenway): The Landmark Center is being converted into a new development, 401 Park Drive, which...
Akinto (1 Appleton St., South End, Boston): Once a residency at Wink & Nod, this Southeast Asian restaurant will eventually...
Asian Noodle Soup (779 Centre St., Jamaica Plain, Boston): Replacing Kamado Super Fusion and serving Asian noodle soups. 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
The Bowery (2261 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester, Boston): This project from Julian Bolger (Lucy’s American Tavern, Punk & Poet, more) is slated to replace Ester, which closed in February 2018. Projected opening: Unknown
Burro Bar (1357 Washington St., South End, Boston): The latest from the Alpine Restaurant Group (Painted Burro, Posto, and more...
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
Isshindo (1 Brighton Ave., Allston, Boston): This ramen restaurant — tagline: “ramen with a soul” — will replace the recently shuttered Pikaichi Ramen (which is relocating to Medford) at Super 88. Projected opening: Unknown
J.P. Licks (101 Allstate Rd., Dorchester, Boston; 397 W. Broadway, South Boston): The Jamaica Plain-based ice cream chain will open a new location at...
Kelly’s Roast Beef (Logan Airport, 1 Harborside Dr., East Boston): The decades-old regional roast beef chain — which currently has locations in Revere, Medford, Danvers, and Saugus — may open a location at the airport. 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
Mallorca (610 Tremont St., South End, Boston): A Puerto Rican bakery in the former space of a drug store that was around for decades.
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
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
Second Cup Coffee Company (97 Causeway St., West End, Boston): This Canadian cafe chain has plans to open right near TD Garden. Projected opening: Unknown
The Sip & Spoke Bike Kitchen (611 Columbia Rd., Uphams Corner, Dorchester, Boston): Repair your bike; drink coffee. Projected opening: Unknown
Trillium Brewing Company (47 Farnsworth St., Fort Point, Boston): The popular brewery is moving its original location to a bigger space...
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”
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
Unnamed Amici replacement (111 N. Washington St., North End, Boston): Nick Frattaroli of Ward 8, North Square Oyster, and Bodega Canal is opening “an Italian concept” in the former Amici space. Projected opening: Unknown
Unnamed Pellino’s Ristorante sibling (283 Hanover St., North End, Boston): The owners of an Italian restaurant in the North End, Pellino’s, are opening something new in the former Pinkberry space nearby. Projected opening: Unknown
This is the Grand Masonic Lodge on the corner of Tremont and Boylston Street that dates back to 1899, and it’s been meticulously restored and augmented. The atmosphere...This article has 1 other Boston location (Show)
You can find Explorateur at 186 Tremont Street in Boston, and online at explorateur.com.
The start of Holy Week began on Palm Sunday. Rev. John Unni, pastor of St. Cecilia’s Church is joined by parishoners outside the Church at the start of the Palm Sunday Mass.
Besides offering a casual, inviting dining atmosphere, Panificio Bistro and Bakery at 144 Charles St. is currently emerging as one of the neighborhood’s premier venues for live music.
Mayor Martin Walsh withdrew his ordinance regulating short-term rentals in the City of Boston arguing that more time is needed to ensure that the City enacts the best and most effective policies.
When her spouse suggested moving to a home with an elevator, a Beacon Hill lover of cooking and antiques replied in no uncertain terms that she was not moving anywhere unless she could bring her kitchen table with her.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (Mass DOT) board of directors voted to proceed with construction last week after accepting the lowest bid of $177 million from ACS/J F White Contracting for the new Charlestown/North Washington Street Bridge, which Beacon Hill architect Miguel Rosales has conceived to complement his iconic Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge.
In anticipation of its grand opening tomorrow, Friday, March 30, the Beacon Hill Market is now operating under new management.
A new mix-use retail and residential tower slated to fill in the hole looking down to the Massachusetts Turnpike along Boylston Street in the Back Bay got a key approval from the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) board, despite not having on-site affordable housing.
Quentin Palfrey, a former Obama White House official and non-profit leader running for Lieutenant Governor, spoke at meetings held by the Boston Ward 4 and Ward 5 Democratic Committees on Tuesday in the Back Bay and South End. Palfrey, a longtime Democratic activist, announced his candidacy in September and has topped the Democratic field of Lieutenant Governor’s candidates in fundraising since kicking off his campaign.
Greg Henning, a 38-year-old Dorchester resident who has worked as a prosecutor for over ten years, is running for Suffolk County District Attorney.
Young football fans can now enjoy the fun and excitement of America’s favorite sport starting this fall as Hill House announces the city’s first NFL Flag football league. Open to children in kindergarten through the seventh grade, this citywide league will take place on Sunday mornings at Clemente Field on the Emmanuel College Campus in Back Bay. Registration is now open through www.hillhouseboston.org. Teams are encouraged to sign up, but individuals can register for $175 per person. The season will begin in September.