Monthly Archives: November 2011

Tacos El Charro reopens

November 4, 2011
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HYDE SQ.—After an unplanned eight-month closure, Tacos El Charro at 349 Centre St. reopened last month. The popular Mexican restaurant, located between Hyde and Jackson squares, closed last December for what owner Aida Navarro expected to be a couple of weeks because of “personal and financial troubles.” But by the time she was ready...

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Let There Be Lights

November 4, 2011
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Let There Be Lights

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Wish Comes True

November 4, 2011
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Wish Comes True

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Bank Breakfast

November 4, 2011
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Bank Breakfast

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Rising Star

November 4, 2011
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Rising Star

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IdeAZ: Noche segura

November 4, 2011
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Jamaica Plain debe haber tenido una de las fiestas del “día de brujas” más seguro de la historia. No hay reportes de excesos, ni tampoco de actividades de exagerados que aprovechan una fiesta como Halloween para sus desbordes. Todo transcurrió de maravilla, como en las historias de fantasía,  con niños disfrazados con los atuendos...

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Talking more than turkey

November 4, 2011
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Plant expert looks at Thanksgiving dinner University of Colorado and Harvard Professor Pamela Diggle will present an up-close and personal look at squash, potatoes, cranberries and other traditional Thanksgiving produce in her lecture “The Botany of Thanksgiving” at Arnold Arboretum’s Weld Hill Research Building Nov. 16. The lecture “grew out of a class I...

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Name links Rozzie to conspiracies, clones

November 4, 2011
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Roslindale is named for a Scottish village that has since become famous for conspiracy theories and cloning experiments. Rozzie took its name from Roslin (earlier known as Roslyn or Rosslyn), Scotland, according to the book “Roslindale: Then & Now” by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco. Roslin is famous today for Rosslyn Chapel, an elaborately decorated church...

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Hardware store still kicking after 123 years

November 4, 2011
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(Courtesy Photo) The original Roslindale Hardware building next to Adams Park in Roslindale Village.

Roslindale Ace Hardware at 4407 Washington St.—one of the oldest businesses in the City of Boston—has been operating since 1888. “There are not a lot of businesses that have been around that many decades,” owner Joseph Porteleki said in an interview with the Gazette last week. Porteleki, the stores third owner, has been running...

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Children of Nepal focus of JP artist at Open Studios

November 4, 2011
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Children of Nepal focus of JP artist at Open Studios

By Janice Williams, Special to the Gazette   Artists create work that reflects the human spirit. The mediums they use are many. Some create with paper, canvas, paint, pencils or clay. Others use objects or a photographic process. The end result, whether realistic or abstract, always tells a story that begins in the artist’s...

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