Thursday Apr 17
City of Boston
Mayor Walsh Reflects on His First 101 Days in Office
Today Mayor Martin J. Walsh reflected on his first 101 days in office, outlining the work of his new administration and the transition from the campaign trail to a series of initiatives and plans for Boston that will drive policies and neighborhood investments of the next several years.
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Thursday Apr 17
The Tufts Daily
Weekender | Used bookstores are Boston's hidden gems
As stressful as buying books can be, the process can be significantly more enjoyable if one buys used copies.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
The Rock 'n' Roll Rumble: 24 bands, 24 songs
Rock 'n' Roll Rumble competitors have 30 minutes to sway the judges. The right band with the right song could do it in four.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Liars & Believers to Bring ICARUS to OBERON, May 1-11
After a successful launch in Cambridge, a capacity crowd at Boston's Outside the Box 2013 and an acclaimed run in New York last summer, ICARUS flies back to Boston for a two-week run at OBERON.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Fallen firefighters remembered at candlelight vigil in East Boston
About 40 people gathered in East Boston Thursday evening for a candlelight vigil to honor the two Boston firefighters who were killed while fighting Wednesday's nine-alarm blaze in the Back Bay and to express the sympathy that has gripped the city and region.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Creativity: Artist Mary Hamill's art becomes a change-agent. Part 2
Even before Mary Hamill's position as the Information Officer for Project Hope aiding war-torn Cambodia, she was drawn to the plight of the under-represented.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Harold Brown plans $200k upgrade to Twin Donuts in Brighton
Twin Donuts, a 1950s-era landmark and long-serving restaurant in Allston's Union Square, will undergo a major face lift this spring, complements of renowned Boston developer Harold Brown .
Sun Mar 23, 2014
BWW Reviews: a Night of Contradictions at Central Square Theatre's Brundibar & but the Giraffe
There are few things that speak to the resilience and hopefulness of mankind more than the history of Brundibar, currently being performed at the Central Square Theatre.
Trash talk from an East Boston kindergartener
I live in East Boston and that child is correct. On trash day, if you walk down Bennington Street from Central Square to Day Square, plastic trash bags are just carelessly tossed on the sidewalks.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Moving Target in Concert Benefits Green Street Studios Programming Tonight
Tonight, March 22, 2014 at 8pm, Moving Target IN CONCERT turns the popular visiting artist class series into a performance benefitting Green Street Studios' Programming.