Monthly Archives: June 2011

Three arrested at Whole Foods meeting

June 10, 2011
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(Photo by Vered Meir) A protest banner hangs over the June 2 Whole Foods meeting. Police took it down minutes later and arrested two people who hung it.

Three protesters were arrested at Whole Food’s first face-to-face conversation with Jamaica Plain residents June 2. The meeting was abruptly ended by police after an action-packed hour, filled with protest chants, impassioned comments and a banner-drop. The meeting at the Curley School at 493 Centre St. was attended by over 200 people, many of...

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Grocer gives some answers

June 10, 2011
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Before a Whole Foods-hosted community meeting was cut short by police June 2, officials from the grocery store chain managed to deliver some news about parking, hiring and products at the new store set to move into Hyde Square. The meeting, Whole Foods’ first face-to-face with the community, comes six months after the Gazette...

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Food trucks roll into JP

June 10, 2011
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Food trucks roll into JP

CENTRAL JP—Like pioneer wagons—only full of cupcakes, fancy burritos and Vietnamese delicacies—food trucks have come to JP and circled in the Loring-Greenough House parking lot. These are not construction-site sandwich-slingers or blaring ice-cream trucks. They are part of a new movement where restaurant-quality food is sold by budding entrepreneurs out of mobile kitchens. “It’s...

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No hay Pre en Ediles locales

June 10, 2011
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No habrá elecciones preliminares para los puestos de consejales at-large, al igual que en los distritos 6 y 8 que corresponden a Jamaica Plain. Mission Hill Las oficinas del Departamento de Elecciones de Boston pudieron darnos en adelanto el que están confirmados los concejales que tienen los cargos at-large porque presentaron, cada uno, 1,800...

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Young ‘witches’ conjure up restaurant

June 10, 2011
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Young ‘witches’ conjure up restaurant

“Vampire’s Meals” served up by witches was on the menu of Sandwitch, a one-day restaurant operated by five JP home-schoolers. The girls—Iris Schellenberg, 12; Violet Maxfield, 11; Colette Schien, 11; and Lucie and Annie Tremblay, 11— picked out the recipes, created the menus, sewed the servers’ aprons, cooked the food, decorated the dining room...

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O’Malley still pushing for Arborway Yard

June 10, 2011
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City Councilor Matt O’Malley will host a City Council hearing on June 13 to assess the environmental impact of the current temporary Arborway Yard bus facility on Washington Street and to discuss the MBTA’s decision to not fund a planned new permanent facility. “We want a definitive timeframe and to hold the powers that...

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BPL plans for reduced budget

June 10, 2011
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The Boston Public Library (BPL) asked Jamaica Plain residents to rank goals for its “Compass” strategic plan at its roundtable discussion at the Connolly Library on June 6. The BPL Compass plan is “designed to serve as the roadmap for the future of the library,” said BPL spokesperson Gina Perille. Work and service plans,...

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Bus stop changes now slated for fall

June 10, 2011
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Changes to the MBTA’s Route 39 bus stops originally slated for this summer—including much wider sidewalks and the elimination of some stops—are now pegged for sometime this fall, according to the MBTA’s website. MBTA and City of Boston officials did not respond to Gazette requests for updates on the long-delayed project. “Design engineering work...

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Remembrance

June 10, 2011
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Gazette Photo by John Ruch

 

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Bromley-Heath assault claim ‘resolved’

June 10, 2011
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The Bromley-Heath Tenant Management Corporation (TMC) has “resolved” an alleged assault case where one TMC employee allegedly hit another employee during a meeting with a prospective tenant, Jeffrey Denner, attorney for the alleged victim told the Gazette. According to a police report, TMC employee Ines Delvalle-Nelson claims that on Feb. 10, TMC Property Manager...

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