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Band’s songwriting is documented

June 24, 2011
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Band’s songwriting is documented

By Benjamin Colb A camera crew packed into a Forest Hills apartment on May 23 to document a local indie-rock group making beautiful music together. The band, Aloud, was one of five ensembles selected to take part in the Banded/PULSE program, established to give Berklee City Music students a close look at the creative...

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Fire Fight

June 24, 2011
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Fire Fight

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New President

June 24, 2011
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New President

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In the Line of Duty

June 24, 2011
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In the Line of Duty

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School art programs get boost

June 24, 2011
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Eight Boston schools—including JP’s English High and John F. Kennedy Elementary—will add art and music programs next year thanks to $81,500 in grants through the BPS Arts Expansion Initiative. The grants, announced on June 15, also will allow JP’s Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts to continue and expand its arts partnership with...

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Read and Dine

June 24, 2011
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Read and Dine

 

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Bromley Grown

June 24, 2011
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Bromley Grown

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JP should reunite around youths

June 24, 2011
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Jamaica Plain has been weakened and divided against itself by the direction that the Whole Foods controversy has taken. “Haves” rail against “have-nots” online. (“They should learn to eat right!”) Conservative yuppies make public their indifference to the needs of ethnic food shoppers and financially struggling Hyde Square residents, and Whose Foods backers shout down opposing opinions. So I want to...

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Whole Foods as gathering spot

June 24, 2011
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There is one aspect of community life that seems to have been overlooked in the discussions around the new Whole Foods store. The area in front of the Hi-Lo seemed to serve as a de facto gathering space for some Latino men from the neighborhood. Almost every time I visited Hi-Lo, there would be a group...

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Whole Foods a welcome addition

June 24, 2011
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I continue to watch in amazement over the debate about Whole Foods. An investment in our neighborhood should be a good thing. The alternative could be an empty, blighted site. We should be happy they want to come to our neighborhood, employ people and be the good neighbor that they have the reputation of being. When...

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