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Wake Up Walk

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Jackson Shines

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Opening Day

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Climate Change

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Memories of Roslindale in 1940s-’60s

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By Joe Moscaritolo. Special to the Gazette  Editor’s Note: Joe Moscaritolo grew up at 12 Aldwin Road. He is now a retired Boston Public Schools administrator and lives in Braintree. He recorded these historic memories of Roslindale in 2010 and updated them last year. Modern-day businesses in some of the places he recalls are...

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Obituary: Irma Susanne Wagner, JP artist

May 10, 2013
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Irma Susanne Wagner, a Jamaica Plain artist, died peacefully at her home April 28. She was 81 and had courageously lived with Parkinson’s disease for over a decade. Irma was well known for her annual calendar, which she published for 15 years. From 1996 to 2010 she created a calendar of her art “accompanied...

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Franklin Park Runner

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JFK Shines

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Editorial: Rozzie helps make JP great

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One of the great things about Jamaica Plain is Roslindale. The positive dynamic between us is part of each community’s identity. Rozzie’s relatively lower real estate rates have made it a haven for ex-JP business owners, activists and artists who otherwise would be totally gone, to JP’s detriment. Backed by the outstanding support of...

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Editorial: Trash the trash can policy

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The City’s silly sidewalk trash can policy, recently revealed by the Gazette, is a classic case of the perfect as enemy of the good, not to mention Boston’s trend of back-room corporate deals driving allocation of public resources. Right now, most sidewalk trash cans in JP and other areas are tiny, lidless things that...

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