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First Thursday

May 11, 2012
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(Gazette Photo by Rebeca Oliveira) Rick Berlin and the Nickel and Dime Band perform inside City Feed on Centre Street during First Thursday on May 3.

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Invitación, 5/11/12

May 11, 2012
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La entrega para la lista de Invitación es al mediodía, el 22 de mayo para la publicación del 25 de mayo. Mandar a news@jamaicaplaingazette.com. Nota: hay que marcar 617 antes de los números que salen abajo, si no tiene otro número. Reuniones JPNC Housing and Development Committee (comité de vivienda y el desarrollo), martes,...

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JP Regan Youth League’s Opening Day

April 27, 2012
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JP Regan Youth League teams and coaches parade on Centre Street during the league’s 43rd annual Opening Day ceremony on April 21.

Gazette Photos by Chris Alspach.

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Fishing Season

April 27, 2012
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(Photo by Eric Haynes/Governor’s Office) Gov. Deval Patrick carries a fish into Jamaica Pond alongside JP resident Gerry Wright, in character as Jamaica Pond Park designer Frederick Law Olmsted, during the annual stocking of the pond on April 18. The pond was stocked with 900 rainbow trout, 100 brook trout, 100 brown trout, 50 tiger trout, and several 8-pound salmon, all from state fish hatcheries. Hundreds of children joined in the fishing season kick-off event, along with: Richard Sullivan Jr., secretary of the state Energy and Environmental Affairs office; state Department of Conservation and Recreation Commissioner Edward Lambert Jr.; City Councilor and JP resident Matt O’Malley; and James Hunt, the City of Boston’s chief of energy and environmental services. The pond is stocked several times a year.

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Reaching across nations

April 27, 2012
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(Courtesy Photo) Children explore the site-specific art installation “Hello Goodbye” created in Samorin, Slovakia by JP artist Alison Safford following its March 22 opening. The work consists of porcelain hands on rods suspended from wires inside the At Home Gallery—a former synagogue—as an expression of reaching across symbolic spaces. Safford, who traveled to the Central European nation to install the piece, met the gallery owners at last year’s Boston Transcultural Exchange Conference.

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Sweet Deal

April 27, 2012
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(Photo by Anne Morton Smith) Young JP business people (from left) Lulu Steeves, Hannah Elbeik, Nick Steeves and Mazen Elbeik sell fresh lemonade for 50 cents a cup at a stand on South Street during School Vacation Week on April 20.

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Police Spotlight: Late-night robber hits area

April 27, 2012
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Five street robberies in JP between April 8 and 18 have the local E-13 Police Station warning residents to be alert. Two of the robberies were unarmed, while the suspect used a gun in the last three crimes. One of the robberies was described as violent. The suspect is described as a black or...

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Sounding Great

April 27, 2012
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(Courtesy Photo) State Sen. Sonia Chang-Díaz (center), a JP resident, presents an official state Senate citation to officials from JP’s Soundmirror Studios for their achievement in being awarded a Grammy this year for mixing work on the opera “Elmer Gantry” at the State House on April 12. Accepting the award were (from left) Frank Kelley, John Newton, Blanton Alspaugh and Jesse Lewis.

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JP artist remembered with exhibit

April 27, 2012
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Robert A. “Bob” Raymond, a Jamaica Plain photographer and videographer who died on Feb. 27 after a short illness, is being remembered with an exhibit at Cambridge’s Mobius gallery through May 5. Raymond, 59, was involved for 30 years with the Mobius Artist Group, which was founded by his wife, Marilyn Arsem. He documented...

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Health Mobile

April 27, 2012
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(Courtesy Photo) JP resident Marcia Fowler (second from left), the commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, joins other officials in cutting the ribbon for Northeastern University’s new Bouve College of Health Sciences’ Health and Welness Van at the university on April 5. Also pictured are (from left): Kevin Kranston of the state health department; Terry Fulmer, dean of the college; Maria Coakley from U.S. Sen. Scott Brown’s office; Rita Nieves of the Boston Public Health Commission; and Dr. Huy Nguyen of the state health department.

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