Monthly Archives: November 2014

BLC director among 8 City managers forced out

November 21, 2014
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The City has ended the employment of eight high-ranking managers, including Boston Landmarks Commission Executive Director (BLC) Ellen Lipsey, a Jamaica Plain resident, according to Mayor’s Office spokesperson Kate Norton. The Boston Globe first reported the action. “As with any administration, there are a number of staff changes that take place at various points....

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Thanksgiving Football

November 21, 2014
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Thanksgiving Football

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Holidays in JP: Holiday tree-lightings in JP slated for Dec. 6

November 21, 2014
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Two holiday tree-lightings featuring Mayor Martin Walsh will take place in Jamaica Plain on Sat., Dec. 6, according to a City document provided to the Gazette by the Mayor’s Office. The events are being billed as part of the “Mayor’s Enchanted Trolley Tour & Tree Lighting,” featuring music, treats and a visit from Santa....

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Holidays in JP: A Thanksgiving wine suggestion from JP’s Blanchards

November 21, 2014
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Holidays in JP: A Thanksgiving wine suggestion from JP’s Blanchards

Looking for the perfect wine to complement your Thanksgiving dinner? John Paul Kaminga, the wine manager at Jamaica Plain’s Blanchards Wines & Spirits, suggested bringing a lambrusco wine to Thanksgiving dinner this year. “It’s a bubbly, red Italian. It can vary from very, very sweet to bone dry. It’s a very refreshing wine,” he...

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Holidays in JP: Buy a pie, feed those in need

November 21, 2014
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Buy a pie and feed those in need this holiday season. That’s the simple—and delicious—formula for “Pie in the Sky,” the annual holiday fundraiser for the Jamaica Plain-based nonprofit Community Servings. But hurry—tomorrow, Nov. 22, is the last day to place a pie order. Community Servings, located at 18 Marbury Terrace, cooks and delivers...

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Holidays in JP: Secret Recipes: Sara Beth’s Tofu Turkey

November 21, 2014
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The Gazette asked various JP people and institutions to share their favorite holiday recipes. City Feed and Supply at 672 Centre St. and 66a Boylston St. offered the following: Please vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike with this tofu turkey recipe! This tried-and-true recipe was created City Feed’s Sara Beth. All local ingredients listed in the...

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Connolly Halloween

November 21, 2014
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Connolly Halloween

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SW Corridor Park may expand to include new ‘urban wild’

November 21, 2014
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The Southwest Corridor Park (SWCP) will likely be branching out with a new “urban wild” between Forest Hills and McBride Street as the result of a community push and two major housing developments. Following years of negotiations with developers and the community, the urban wilds between the former Hughes Oil site and Flanagan &...

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Franklin Park playground to get renovation

November 21, 2014
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A Franklin Park playground will be renovated next year after the City’s Youth Participatory Budget (YPB) volunteers voted it as their first choice for action, Franklin Park Coalition Director Christine Poff told the Gazette. Located across from Angell Street, the American Legion Highway playground was built when the then-mayor’s wife Angela Menino argued that...

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On the Police Beat, Nov. 2-16, 2014

November 21, 2014
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The following police incident reports are public records provided by the Community Service Office of the District E-13 Police Station, which is solely responsible for their content. All suspects are innocent unless proven guilty in court. Nov. 16: Annoying and accosting, 15 Waldren Road; Kellie M. Green of Dracut and Robert Donald Wilson of...

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