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Let There Be Lights

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Wish Comes True

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Wish Comes True

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Bank Breakfast

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Bank Breakfast

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Rising Star

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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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Holiday events will brighten the Village

November 4, 2011
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The Tree Lighting and the Holiday Wander are among the holiday events that will brighten the central business district in coming weeks thanks to Roslindale Village Main Street. On Sat., Nov. 26 from 3 to 5 p.m., hundreds will gather for the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony in Adams Park, Roslindale’s village green at the...

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Editorial: Just vote

November 4, 2011
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We’re not going to tell you who to vote for on Nov. 8. We’re just going to tell you to vote. Voters don’t have much trouble figuring out whom to support. The real challenge is getting them in a voting booth in the first place. Philosophers spilled ink, and warriors spilled blood, to establish...

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Editorial: Resurrect cemetery art

November 4, 2011
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A cemetery killing a Day of the Dead ceremony: The arts situation at Forest Hills Cemetery is now truly a joke. Problem is, it’s on JP. The cemetery, via the Forest Hills Educational Trust, once had a renowned slate of exhibits, festivals, poetry readings and concerts. In January, it suddenly pulled the plug on...

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Editorial: BPS flunks geography

November 4, 2011
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Boston Public Schools is about to flunk its own geography test. In its new school-swapping plan, it would put the Mission Hill K-8 School in JP—but potentially keep the Mission Hill name. Likewise, “Fenway” High would end up in Mission Hill. It’s the worst idea since they kept “West Roxbury” on JP’s courthouse. This...

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Op-Ed: Why I support affordable housing

November 4, 2011
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By Felicia Sanchez, Special to the Gazette I’d like to share my perspectives on affordable housing both as a small-business person and a homeowner and hopefully put a few myths to rest. The first myth is that affordable housing is somehow optional to a community’s health and well-being. I’m going to tell you that...

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