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Keeping a gentrified soul

June 24, 2011
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Dear neighbors, The real question we need to be asking ourselves is: How can we keep our souls and live in a gentrified neighborhood at the same time? Why don’t we all: greet our neighbors on the street. support Spontaneous Celebrations (or one of the many neighborhood organizations) with presence and cash. shop locally...

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Psychic story was predictably refreshing

June 24, 2011
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Given that the debate over Whole Foods has been so vitriolic, I was charmed by the article in which a reporter visited a psychic to ask what the future of Whole Foods in the neighborhood was (“Psychic: Hyde Square future can’t be seen,” June 10). Quite a funny idea, and a nice breath of...

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Bodegas should seize the day

June 24, 2011
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As a resident of the Hyde Square area of JP, I’ve watched with keen interest as the Hi-Lo closed and the Whole Foods deal was announced. I, as well as many of my cohort, are fully in support of having a Whole Foods within walking distance. While I was sad to learn that the Hi-Lo...

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Economic bigotry in JP

June 24, 2011
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Bikes should be registered

June 24, 2011
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Greener Repairs

June 24, 2011
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Greener Repairs

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Kenneth G.M. MacKay; worked for New England Telephone

June 24, 2011
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Kenneth G.M. MacKay, a 40-year resident of Melrose, passed away with his loving family at his side on Wed., June 8 at Massachusetts General Hospital. He was born on Nov. 1, 1920 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, one of six children of the late John and Marion (McLeod) MacKay. He was raised in Jamaica Plain,...

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Remembrance

June 10, 2011
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Gazette Photo by John Ruch

 

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Fighting Hunger

June 10, 2011
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(Photo by Dale Yarborough) JP resident Michelle Whiting pauses on Boston Common on May 1 while participating in the Walk for Hunger, a fund-raiser for Project Bread. Whiting was among 42,000 participants who raised $3.6 million for nearly 450 emergency food programs statewide.

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Courageous

June 10, 2011
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(Photo by Roger Farrington) Tao Robinson, a sixth-grader at JP’s Curley K-8 School, receives a medal from Stephanie Warburg, founder of the Max Warburg Courage Curriculum, at a May 13 ceremony at Northeastern University. The Curriculum is a language arts and character development program for students. Robinson was one of 45 Boston-area students to be named a Max Warburg Fellow and to have their essays about courage published in the 20th annual “The Courage of Boston’s Children” publication.

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