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#ThankYouThursday: Generous supporters like T...

#ThankYouThursday: Generous supporters like The Hamilton Company and the Greater Boston Real Estate Board ensure that the 1,000+ residents of our affordable housing have access to case management, referrals, leadership development opportunities (as pictured), financial coaching, and more. Thank you for your contributions to the #Allston #BrightonMA community!

    Allston Brighton CDC
    ThankYouThursday: Generous supporters like The Hamilton Company and the Greater Boston Real Estate Board ensure that the 1,000+ residents of our affordable housing have access to case management,...
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Allston Brighton CDC added a new photo.

    Allston Brighton CDC
    Allston Brighton CDC added a new photo.
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Allston Brighton CDC shared Brighton Main Str...

Don't miss Brighton Main Streets annual meeting tonight and the chance to win Boston Calling tickets!

    Brighton Main Streets
    Our FREE annual meeting and celebration is tonight! Lots of door prizes, PLUS, make a donation in any amount to be entered to win Boston Calling Music Festival tickets! Our bylaws require us to...
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May 11

Allston Brighton CDC: May Newsletter - https:...

Allston Brighton CDC: May Newsletter - https://mailchi.mp/allstonbrightoncdc/allston-brighton-cdc-may-newsletter

    Allston Brighton CDC
    Allston Brighton CDC: May Newsletter - https://mailchi.mp/allstonbrightoncdc/allston-brighton-cdc-may-newsletter
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May 09

Around Town

Pop! and Protection: 6:30 – 8:00 p.m., In Good Company, 1653 Beacon Street, Brookline. Free. Space limited; RSVP recommended. For more information, please call 617-695-4617; e...

Release Rebalance Restore Essentrics Class: noon – 1:00 p.m. Fridays, All Saints Parish, 1773 Beacon Street. Cost: $15-$65. For more information, please call 617-738-1810; or visit here. A...

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...s Caravan Tour of New England:” 1:30 p.m., Wingate Residences at Boylston Place, 615 Heath Street, Brookline. Free; space limited. For more information or to RSVP, please call 617-244-6400...

...of Play” and Spring Member Celebration: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., Brookline Senior Center, 93 Winchester Street, Brookline. Cost: $10; free for BrooklineCAN members. For more information, please visit here; or call...

Sip and Script — Calligraphy and Cheese: 7:00 – 8:30 p.m., curds&co, 288 Washington Street, Brookline. Cost: $70. For more information, please call 617-879-0565; e-mail info@curdsandco...

“Is Your Teenager Drinking Too Much Soda?”: 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. May 10, Brookline High School, MLK Room and Atrium, 115 Greenough Street, Brookline. The Brookline High School Food Justice Committee will host Harvard nutritionist Eric Rimm to address the current realities and risks of teenage nutrition.

Mother’s Day Yoga: 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Coolidge Corner Yoga, 1297 Beacon Street, Brookline. Cost: $50. For more information, please visit here. Katie Day leads a mom and...

Handmade pottery pop up: noon – 2:00 p.m. May 12, Olive Connection, 1426 Beacon Street, Brookline. Free. For more information, please call 617-879-9980; e-mail info@oliveconnection.com...

“Peter and the Wolf” with the Boston Chamber Symphony: 4:00 – 5:00 p.m., Temple Ohabei Shalom, 1187 Beacon Street, Brookline. For information or tickets, please visit here. The Boston Chamber Symphony performs a theatrical, family-friendly concert.

Book talk on climate change: 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., Courtyard Marriott Brookline, 40 Webster Street, Brookline. For more information, please e-mail greenup@upbrookline.org. UCC denominational and climate leader, Jim Antal, will discuss his new book, “Climate Church, Climate World.”

...Islander Heritage Month Celebration: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., Brookline Main Library, Hunneman Hall, 361 Washington Street, Brookline. Free. To RSVP, please visit here. Presented by the Brookline Asian American Family Network...

...Want to Be: 10:00 a.m. – noon May 15 and 22, Brookline Teen Center, 40 Aspinwall Avenue, Brookline. For more information, please visit here. The Collaborative Problem Solving approach helps parents relate...

...Kitchen: 6:30 – 7:00 p.m. Fridays, through June 15, Knight Moves Cafe Brookline, 1402 Beacon Street, Brookline. Free; seating limited. For more information, please e-mail ericbentonmagic@gmail.com; or visit...

Zen meditation & talk: 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Thursdays, Eishoji Zen Center, 1318 Beacon Street, Brookline. Free; space limited. For more information, or to RSVP, please call Jason at 508-360-2323.

Al-Anon Family Group meeting: 7:00 – 8:40 p.m. Tuesdays, United Parish – Brookline, Choir Room, 210 Harvard Street, Brookline. For families and friends of problem drinkers. Anonymous, confidential and free. Open to newcomers.

...Italian Conversations: 12:30 p.m. Wednesday and noon Fridays, Coolidge Corner Library, meeting room, 31 Pleasant Street, Brookline. Supported by the Publish Library of Brookline and the Italian Consulate in Boston. A...

...at Putterham Library: 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Thursdays, Putterham Branch Library Community Room, 959 West Roxbury Parkway, Brookline. MahJongg, chess, Scrabble, dominoes, bring your own game or request. Handicapped accessible; wheelchair available...

Learn to Meditate: 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Sundays, Shambhala Meditation Center of Boston, 646 Brookline Avenue, Brookline. Taught by qualified instructors, this basic meditation class is for beginners, as well as...

    Around Town
    Upcoming Thursday, May 10 "A Crooner's Caravan Tour of New England: " 1:30 p.m., Wingate Residences at Boylston Place, 615 Heath Street, Brookline. Free; space limited. For more information or to RSVP, please call 617-244-6400 . Frank King leads a virtual bus tour of the birthplace of some of New England's singers and composers.
    http://brookline.com

May 09

Planning Board Meeting, Room 111, 5/17/2018, 7:30 p.m., Revised

9:00 pm         1736 Beacon Street (cont.) – convert three-unit to four-unit dwelling by converting  basement to habitable space requiring relief for conversion, front yard setback and parking design (6/7) Pct. 13

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7:30 pm         57 Reservoir Lane – release of 1995 covenant related to prior subdivision of land into two lots  Pct. 13

7:45 pm         334 Kent Street – enclose second floor deck requiring relief for FAR (6/14) Pct. 3                                    

8:00 pm         344 Russett Road – enclose a first floor porch and second floor deck requiring

8:15 pm         174 Gardner Road – finish basement level garage and construct an attached garage

8:30 pm         100 Walnut Place– construct a porch and an attached garage requiring relief for front, side and rear setback and parking design (6/14) Pct. 5     

8:45 pm         65 Wolcott Road – construct a second story addition requiring relief for side yard

    Planning Board Meeting, Room 111, 5/17/2018, 7:30 p.m., Revised
    http://www.brooklinema.gov

May 09

Allston Brighton CDC added 5 new photos.

Thank you North Shore CDC for hosting today's MACDC's Organizer Peer Group meeting & tour of the Punto Urban Art Museum! The artwork is stunning!

    Allston Brighton CDC
    Allston Brighton CDC added a new photo.
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May 04

Celebrating Star Wars Day with a few resident...

Celebrating Star Wars Day with a few residents from our housing. #MayThe4thBeWithYou

    Allston Brighton CDC
    Celebrating Star Wars Day with a few residents from our housing. #MayThe4thBeWithYou
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May 04

Allston Brighton CDC added 2 new photos.

Thanks so much to Ken and Deanna for coming by yesterday and to PrimeLending, A PlainsCapital Company for their charitable contribution to Allston Brighton CDC! Your support will help build a stronger, more stable #Allston #BrightonMA community.

    Allston Brighton CDC
    Allston Brighton CDC added a new photo.
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May 03

Allston Brighton CDC posted 2 photos.

We are LOVING this weather! ☀️❤️ Swipe for a #tbt we’re glad is in the past until next winter 🙌

    Allston Brighton CDC
    Allston Brighton CDC added a new photo.
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May 03

Allston Brighton CDC added 2 new photos.

#tbt to Massachusetts Association of CDCs (MACDC)'s Lobby Day last week. Great conversations had with Kevin G. Honan, State Senator Sal DiDomenico, Will Brownsberger, and Rep. Mike Moran on the Housing Bond Bill, Community Preservation Act, and Community Investment Tax Credits! #cdcswork

    Allston Brighton CDC
    Allston Brighton CDC added a new photo.
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Apr 30

Send any comments you may have to the email i...

Send any comments you may have to the email in the link before Friday!

    Demolition Delay Application: 1-3 Sinclair Road, Allston
    Boston Landmarks Commission (BLC) received a complete application from Morgan Pierson to demolish the three-family residential building located at 1-3 Sinclair Road in Allston, MA 02134.
    https://www.boston.gov

Apr 29

Allston Brighton CDC shared Allston Civic Ass...

If you're passionate about open space of new developments in #Allston #BrightonMA, make sure to stop by this open house.

    Allston Civic Association
    Allston Civic Association. 112 likes. To provide a regular consistent public forum for residents of the Allston-Brighton community to voice their individual ideas and concerns.
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Apr 29

Apr 27

Aberdeen Architectural Conservation District Commission hearing

18.1186 AB 1616 Commonwealth Avenue: Install panel sign above storefront.

18.1193 AB 40 Mount Hood Road: Demolish existing post-war hotel structure; construct multi-family, mixed use development ranging from five to seven stories; install landscaping and hardscaping.

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18.1195 AB 12-14 Chiswick Road: Enlarge third-story window on side elevation for egress; install new window on third-story...

18.1165 AB 1962 Beacon Street: Alter existing storefront and install new openings; remove separate handicap entrance and incorporate into main entrance; Install channel-lit sign above storefront.

18.1192 AB  149-153 Chiswick Road: Repoint brick and reset brick on sections of structure; reset flashing at parapet. (Approved by staff, emergency repairs)

1 City Hall Plaza

    Aberdeen Architectural Conservation District Commission hearing
    (Use Congress Street as an entrance and exit after 5:30 p.m.)
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Apr 26

#tbt to Monday’s public meeting for the #Alls...

#tbt to Monday’s public meeting for the #Allston Yards/Stop & Shop development. Great community turnout!

    Allston Brighton CDC
    tbt to Monday's public meeting for the #Allston Yards/Stop & Shop development. Great community turnout!
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Apr 25

Get your workout in today at Brighton Music H...

Get your workout in today at Brighton Music Hall at noon! If you can't make it, there'll be another chance on Monday, 4/30! Tickets: http://bit.ly/BMHPOUNDTix

    Allston Brighton CDC
    Get your workout in today at Brighton Music Hall at noon! If you can't make it, there'll be another chance on Monday, 4/30! Tickets: http://bit.ly/BMHPOUNDTix
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Apr 19

ATTENTION: Our Executive Director search is o...

ATTENTION: Our Executive Director search is officially open! It's an exciting time for new leadership at Allston Brighton CDC. Together with our board and staff, the new Executive Director will build on ABCDC’s active history and its solid financial base and strengthen our organization and its partnerships. Please follow the link to learn about this role and share with your networks. http://allstonbrightoncdc.org/executive-director-search/

    EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR SEARCH
    EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR SEARCH The Board of Directors of Allston Brighton Community Development Corporation (Allston Brighton CDC) seeks an Executive Director. Serving the Allston and Brighton neighborhoods of Boston for over 35 years, Allston Brighton CDC has led initiatives that: create affordable homes, foster community leadership, enhance and protect open spaces, and offer steps to increased incomes and assets, so that residents can call Allston Brighton home for the long-term.
    http://allstonbrightoncdc.org

Apr 19

Apr 18

Thank you so much to Flatbread Company Bright...

Thank you so much to Flatbread Company Brighton for hosting and to Rep. Kevin G. Honan and everyone who joined us last night for our Community Benefit Night! Such a great evening spent among our #Allston #BrightonMA family and beyond 💞

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Apr 17

Come grab a pie with us! Partial proceeds fro...

Come grab a pie with us! Partial proceeds from every flatbread (even delivery) are donated back to Allston Brighton CDC tonight 🍕


Apr 17

Planning Board Meeting, Room 111, 4/26/2018, 7:30 p.m.

8:00 pm          1736 Beacon Street – add a fourth dwelling unit by converting the basement to

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7:30 pm          12 Ackers Terrace – extend rear deck requiring relief for front and rear yard

7:45 pm          111 Boylston Street (Homewood Suites) - rent 15 parking spaces

8:15 pm         24-26 Fuller Street – review of façade modifications of previously approved          

8:45 PM         199-201 Boylston Street – construct four attached single-family dwellings at the

    Planning Board Meeting, Room 111, 4/26/2018, 7:30 p.m.
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Apr 13

Around Town

Pop & Protection: 6:30 p.m., In Good Company, 1653 Beacon Street, Brookline. Free. For more information or to RSVP, please call 617-695-4617; e-mail here; or visit here. Attendees learn about the different types of insurance and the components of a basic estate plan, while exploring sparkling wines.

Calliope’s Call presents Cross Connections: 5:00 – 7:00 p.m., All Saints Parish, 1773 Beacon Street, Brookline. A series that presents selected works of song by a featured composer alongside works...

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Lavenber Bee Baking Company Pop-Up: Noon to 6:00 p.m., Lavender Bee Baking Company, 14 Pleasant Street, Brookline. For more information, please e-mail here; or visit here. Lavender Bee Baking Company is a local nut-free specialty baked good business.

Opera at the Cinema: “Carmen:” 10:00 a.m., The Makery, 2 Sewall Avenue, Brookline. Cost: $20-$23. For more information, please e-mail here; or visit here. Presented by the Royal Opera House. Bizet’s classic French opera stars Anna Goryachova in Barrie Kosky’s production.

Wine Centered: Malbec & Raw Milk Cheeses: 7:00 – 8:30 p.m., Curds & Co., 288 Washington Street, Brookline. Cost: $35. For more information or to register, please visit here. Flights of wine paired with an array of raw milk cheeses.

...People Who Don’t Like Marketing: 12:30 – 1:30 p.m., Inner Space Yoga, 17 Station Street, Brookline. Free. For more information or to register, please visit here. For consultative professionals in...

Brookline GreenSpace Alliance annual meeting: 6:00 – 8:30 p.m., Wheelock College, 43 Hawes Street, Brookline. For more information or to RSVP, please e-mail here. A celebration of 30...

Brookline Open Studios Preview Show reception: 1:30 – 3:30 p.m., Brookline Town Hall, 333 Washington Street, Brookline. For more information, please visit here. A chance to see work by participating artists, as well as a chance to meet some of them.

Piano Trio of Forte New York concert: 5:30 – 7:00 p.m., The Korean Church of Boston, 32 Harvard Street, Brookline. Free. Presented by Oasis Cafe Music Night and the Forte NY Chamber Music present. Features Vicky HyunJin Lee, violin; Yu Mi Bae, cello; and Hyojin Rhim, piano. Free refreshments.

Shakespeare show: 1:30 p.m., Wingate Residences at Boylston Place, 615 Heath Street, Brookline. Free; space limited. For more information or to RSVP, please call 617-244-6400. Actor Stephen Collins will perform his one-man Shakespeare show.

Community presentation and discussion: 5:30 p.m., Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site, 99 Warren Street, Brookline. For more information or to RSVP, please call Alan Banks at 617-566-1689...

Author Terry Ann Knopf talk: 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., Brookline Booksmith, 279 Harvard Street, Brookline. Free. For more information or to register, please call 617-566-6660; or e-mail here. Terry Ann Knopf will discuss her book, “The Golden Age of Boston Television.” Books available for sale.

“Off the Wall:” 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, through April 27, Gallery 93, 93 Winchester Street, Brookline. Photographs by Julie Smith, taken during her travels, feature stencils and wall art superimposed on layers of paint and plaster.

Zen meditation & talk: 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Thursdays, Eishoji Zen Center, 1318 Beacon Street, Brookline. Free; space limited. For mor information, or to RSVP, please call Jason at 508-360-2323.

Al-Anon Family Group meeting: 7:00 – 8:40 p.m. Tuesdays, United Parish – Brookline, Choir Room, 210 Harvard Street, Brookline. For families and friends of problem drinkers. Anonymous, confidential and free. Open to newcomers.

...Italian Conversations: 12:30 p.m. Wednesday and noon Fridays, Coolidge Corner Library, meeting room, 31 Pleasant Street, Brookline. Supported by the Publish Library of Brookline and the Italian Consulate in Boston. A...

...at Putterham Library: 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Thursdays, Putterham Branch Library Community Room, 959 West Roxbury Parkway, Brookline. MahJongg, chess, Scrabble, dominoes, bring your own game or request. Handicapped accessible; wheelchair available...

Learn to Meditate: 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Sundays, Shambhala Meditation Center of Boston, 646 Brookline Avenue, Brookline. Taught by qualified instructors, this basic meditation class is for beginners, as well as...

    Around Town
    Upcoming events Thursday, April 12 Pop & Protection: 6:30 p.m., In Good Company, 1653 Beacon Street, Brookline. Free. For more information or to RSVP, please call 617-695-4617 ; e-mail here ; or visit . Attendees learn about the different types of insurance and the components of a basic estate plan, while exploring sparkling wines.
    http://brookline.com

Apr 10

Allston Brighton CDC's April Newsletter: Cele...

Allston Brighton CDC's April Newsletter: Celebrating Financial Literacy Month 🌷 - https://mailchi.mp/allstonbrightoncdc/allston-brighton-cdc-april-newsletter-lmy3xzcykm


Apr 10

Allston Brighton CDC shared their event.

Our Flatbread Fundraiser is only a week away! Be sure to mark your calendars for pizza and bowling next Tuesday 🍕🎳

    Flatbread Fundraiser: Allston Brighton CDC
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Apr 10

Apr 05

Allston Brighton CDC shared Citizens' Housing...

#TBT to when our Resident Services Specialist, Bianca Perez and our Board President, Aida Franquiz attended Citizens' Housing and Planning Association, Inc. CHAPA's Mentoring Program Graduation. We love these ladies!


Apr 04

Marathon Monday 2018 Info

...entire length of Beacon Street will be barricaded.  Pedestrians will have three dedicated crossing areas: Beacon Street at Tappan, Beacon Street at Webster and

    Marathon Monday 2018 Info
    Please be advised of the following information regarding the 2018 Boston Marathon: Beacon Street will be closed around 8:30 AM until 6:30PM. Traffic will not be allowed to cross, as the entire length of Beacon Street will be barricaded. Pedestrians will have three dedicated crossing areas: Beacon Street at Tappan, Beacon Street at Webster and Beacon Street at Hawes.
    http://blog.brooklinepolice.com

Apr 03

March 2018 in Review, From Lobster Rolls to Soup Dumplings

Porto Maltese (1634 Beacon St., Washington Square, Brookline): The longtime Fireplace space is now home to a Mediterranean seafood restaurant with a variety of fish and a variety of ways in which it can be prepared. One option: Provide your own recipe.

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Bab Korean Bistro (1374 Beacon St., Coolidge Corner, Brookline): Brookline doesn’t have much of a Korean restaurant scene yet, so it’s good that Bab’s menu is extensive, running the gamut from bibimbap and Korean barbecue to tteokbokki and sundubu-jjigae.

Celeste (21 Bow St., Union Square, Somerville): Dine on ceviche, lomo saltado, and other Peruvian cuisine at this cozy new Somerville spot, and don’t forget to get a pisco- or mezcal-based cocktail as well.

Humaari at Wink & Nod (3 Appleton St., South End, Boston): Wink & Nod’s latest long-term culinary pop-up incubatee is a hummus-oriented Mediterranean project from Tavern Road’s Louis DiBiccari. It’ll be running through mid-September.

Il Mondo Pizzeria (738 Huntington Ave., Mission Hill, Boston): The Mission Hill location of this local pizza joint closed at the end of 2017, but now it’s back in the neighborhood, located in the former Grub space. There’s also a location closer to Berklee.

Naukabout Brewing (13 Lake Ave., Mashpee): There’s a new taproom in town, and it features water views, a seven-barrel brewhouse, and a beer lineup that includes a New England IPA, a triple dry-hopped double IPA, and more.

One Ramen & Sushi (1759 Massachusetts Ave., Porter Square, Cambridge): This new ramen and sushi restaurant took over the former Super Fusion space.

Pokéworks (1440 Massachusetts Ave., Harvard Square, Cambridge): This is the second local outpost for the expanding national poke chain; it’s also in Somerville’s Davis Square.

Pot Bar (70 Brighton Ave., Allston, Boston): No, it’s not what it sounds like; it’s a hot pot restaurant that features individual portions for those who love hot pot but want the pot all to themselves.

Saigon Chicken House (223 Adams St., Dorchester, Boston): This new Vietnamese restaurant in Fields Corner serves pho, Napoleon beef, and more.

Shredded (246 W. Broadway, South Boston): Sort of a local take on Sweetgreen, serving salads as well as noodle bowls.

Southern Proper (50 Malden St., South End, Boston): Fried chicken, biscuits, hushpuppies, and more Southern goodness in a cavernous space that smells of pine.

Tasty Thai (153 Belgrade Ave., Roslindale): This new Thai restaurant took over the Seven Star Street Bistro space.

Bertucci’s (533 Commonwealth Ave., Kenmore Square, Boston; 380 Washington St., Wellesley): Two of three recent closures for the longtime local pizzeria chain.

The Gate (3171 Washington St., Jamaica Plain, Boston): After less than a year in business, this Irish pub shuttered without warning, shortly after St. Patrick’s Day. The building — the restaurant as well as several residential units — is for sale.

Jimmy John’s (512 Park Dr., Fenway, Boston): Boston’s small number of Jimmy John’s locations (an Illinois-based sandwich shop) has gotten even smaller.

Outback Steakhouse (1212 Providence Hwy., Norwood): Not a good month for chains, apparently. The “Australian” steakhouse only has a few local outposts left (Somerville, Peabody, Randolph, Hanover).

Trillium Beer Garden at the Substation (4228 Washington St., Roslindale): No surprise here as this was always just meant to be a seasonal pop-up (and a popular one), but the Roslindale Trillium location is now closed.

    March 2018 in Review, From Lobster Rolls to Soup Dumplings
    Lots of new restaurants popped onto the scene in March 2018, serving up Peruvian food in Somerville, Korean food in Brookline, Southern food in the South End, poke in Cambridge, and more.
    https://boston.eater.com

Apr 03

“I want to thank Bianca and Megan. After I st...

“I want to thank Bianca and Megan. After I started coming here to the All Bright Community Center for Coffee Hour and then taking Financial Coaching, everything in my life started falling into place.” - Shirley A. Shirley A. has been a part of the Allston Brighton community for over 17 years. In her young 30 years of life she has had her fair share of challenges. Her 9 year old son Evan was born with cerebral palsy and epilepsy. and when he was just 3 years old, his dad died in a tragic car crash, leaving Shirley as the sole caretaker for their son. In early 2018, after a few one-on-one sessions through the Resident Services Goal Getters financial coaching program, Shirley maximized her income by landing a pre-school teacher position! Now she’s even more motivated and on to fulfilling her next goals, building her credit and getting a bigger apartment!!! Economic mobility, education and wealth building are essential in breaking the cycle of intergenerational poverty. - PEOPLE OF ABCDC #pplofabcdc #allston #brightonma


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