Monthly Archives: July 2014

‘Bump-Out’ Curb

July 4, 2014
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‘Bump-Out’ Curb

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Invitacion, July 4, 2014

July 4, 2014
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El plazo para la lista de eventos es el 15 de julio al mediodía para la publicación del 18 de julio. Mande a reporter@jamaicaplaingazette.com. Atención: Marca el 617 antes de los números que salen abajo. Reuniones Jamaica Plain South and Hyde/Jackson Design Projects, presentado por el departamento de transporte de Boston, para hablar sobre...

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Editorial: What would Curley do?

July 4, 2014
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The Curley House on the Jamaicaway should not continue to sit largely empty and idle. The City should find a way to revive it for public service. The mansion of former mayor and governor James Michael Curley has a suitor in the form of a nonprofit interested in a museum and event rentals. The...

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Editorial: Finding park policing money

July 4, 2014
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A recent horrible crime in the Arboretum, and reports of other crime in Franklin Park, are no reason to panic. But they do highlight a need for better policing in the budget-slashed park system. Parks are best patrolled by rangers, who, well, range. The funding situation is so dire, and absurd, that private funds...

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Local author publishes social justice kids’ book

July 4, 2014
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Local author publishes social justice kids’ book

Local author Althea Smith released her new all-ages book, “Clashes: Lessons In Class,” where she tackles common social issues, earlier this year. “It started with the premise that children learn very young that there are some people who have and some who do not,” she told the Gazette. She then followed the train of...

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