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Back On Her Feet

December 21, 2012
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JP Agenda, Dec. 21, 2012

December 21, 2012
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The deadline for listings is noon, Mon., Dec. 31 for the Jan. 4 issue. Send listings to reporter@jamaicaplaingazette.com. Note: 617 should be dialed before numbers below, unless another area code is given. Meetings JPNC Public Service Committee, agenda to include changes in the 2013 street cleaning schedule, Tues., Jan. 8, 7pm, Curtis Hall, 20...

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JP man guilty of owning, sharing child porn

December 11, 2012
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A Jamaica Plain man will serve a year and a day in state prison after pleading guilty yesterday to owning and sharing child pornography videos, according to the state Attorney General’s Office. Jose Guzman, 42, was arrested at his JP home by State Police on Jan. 31, 2011 after a search found numerous child...

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Egleston Tree-Lighting

December 7, 2012
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(Photo by George Anastos) LIGHT IT UP  Firefighters from the local Engine 42/Rescue 2 firehouse use a ladder truck to help install lights on the Egleston Square Main Street holiday tree in the Peace Garden at 3133 Washington St. on Nov. 25.

The annual Egleston Holiday Celebration at the Peace Garden on Washington Street Dec. 1 featured a tree-lighting and caroling. Boston Express Multi Services was announced as the winner of Egleston Square Main Street’s decoration contest.

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Thanksgiving Football

December 7, 2012
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(Photo by Patrick E. O’Connor) The English High School Blue & Blue (right) and the Boston Latin Wolfpack square off in their 126th annual Thanksgiving Day football game at Harvard Stadium on Nov. 22. The Wolfpack won this year, 44-15.

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Mini Library

December 7, 2012
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(Gazette Photo by John Ruch) The “JP Free Tiny Library,” a house-shaped wooden box set atop a City street light control box at South and Bardwell streets, invites passers-by to “take a book, leave a book” earlier this week. It is unclear who placed the “library” there or when. Books on math, Tibet and the history of punk rock were among the offerings. The site is across South Street from the Jamaica Plain Branch Library, which had been closed for repairs.

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Holidays in JP: Tree-lightings slated for Sat.

December 7, 2012
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The annual tree-lightings and Enchanted Trolley Tour events in Monument and Hyde Squares are slated for tomorrow, Dec. 8. The Mayor’s Trolley Tour and Tree-Lighting event in Monument Square, the intersection of Centre and South streets, at 1:30 p.m. pairs up with the Jamaica Plain Business and Professional Association’s day-long Holiday Stroll. It includes...

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Holidays in JP: Secret Recipes: Chef Elvis’s Dominican Pork Roast

December 7, 2012
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(Courtesy Photo) Chef Elvis Torres of JP’s Whole Foods Market.

The Gazette asked various JP people and institutions to share their favorite holiday recipes. Whole Foods Market at 413 Centre St. offered the following: Chef Elvis Torres began his Whole Foods Market career as a part of the opening team at the Jamaica Plain store in October 2011. From the Dominican Republic, Elvis was...

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

December 7, 2012
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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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Housing Excellence

December 7, 2012
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(Courtesy Photo) Jamie Seagle (second from left), president of Rogerson Communities, accepts the MetLife Foundation’s Award for Excellence in Affordable Housing for recent renovation and green retrofits at its Farnsworth House at 90 South St. during the senior housing building’s 30th anniversary on Nov 15. Joining Seagle are (from left) Scott Batey of Bay State Financial on behalf of MetLife; Rogerson’s Laurie Trilling; and Enterprise Community Partners’ Victoria Shire.

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