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Bank Breakfast

November 4, 2011
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Rising Star

November 4, 2011
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Rising Star

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Talking more than turkey

November 4, 2011
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Plant expert looks at Thanksgiving dinner University of Colorado and Harvard Professor Pamela Diggle will present an up-close and personal look at squash, potatoes, cranberries and other traditional Thanksgiving produce in her lecture “The Botany of Thanksgiving” at Arnold Arboretum’s Weld Hill Research Building Nov. 16. The lecture “grew out of a class I...

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Name links Rozzie to conspiracies, clones

November 4, 2011
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Roslindale is named for a Scottish village that has since become famous for conspiracy theories and cloning experiments. Rozzie took its name from Roslin (earlier known as Roslyn or Rosslyn), Scotland, according to the book “Roslindale: Then & Now” by Anthony Mitchell Sammarco. Roslin is famous today for Rosslyn Chapel, an elaborately decorated church...

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Hardware store still kicking after 123 years

November 4, 2011
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(Courtesy Photo) The original Roslindale Hardware building next to Adams Park in Roslindale Village.

Roslindale Ace Hardware at 4407 Washington St.—one of the oldest businesses in the City of Boston—has been operating since 1888. “There are not a lot of businesses that have been around that many decades,” owner Joseph Porteleki said in an interview with the Gazette last week. Porteleki, the stores third owner, has been running...

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Children of Nepal focus of JP artist at Open Studios

November 4, 2011
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Children of Nepal focus of JP artist at Open Studios

By Janice Williams, Special to the Gazette   Artists create work that reflects the human spirit. The mediums they use are many. Some create with paper, canvas, paint, pencils or clay. Others use objects or a photographic process. The end result, whether realistic or abstract, always tells a story that begins in the artist’s...

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Ethos offers care to Rozzie seniors

November 4, 2011
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Ethos, an elderly support non-profit based in Jamaica Plain and serving Roslindale, is offering new programs to Rozzie seniors. Ethos provides supportive services to elders and their care-givers to keep elders in their own homes. Among other new programs, Ethos has started an “Out to Brunch” event on Saturdays at Roslindale House at 120...

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Holiday events will brighten the Village

November 4, 2011
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The Tree Lighting and the Holiday Wander are among the holiday events that will brighten the central business district in coming weeks thanks to Roslindale Village Main Street. On Sat., Nov. 26 from 3 to 5 p.m., hundreds will gather for the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony in Adams Park, Roslindale’s village green at the...

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Santa to visit model train museum

November 4, 2011
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Santa to visit model train museum

The annual Holiday Train Show—including a visit from Santa—returns Dec. 4 to the Bay State Model Railroad Museum at 760 South St. Founded in 1968, the museum is a unique permanent home for a model railroad club. Its holiday show includes model trains running through miniature landscapes. The show will run 11 a.m. to...

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Jackson Sq. Playground delayed again

November 4, 2011
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A playground designed by members of the community planned for Jackson Square has been delayed a second time. Project organizers told the Gazette construction has been re-scheduled for spring of next year. The postponement is due to unexpected but required legal processes between state and non-state agencies. “Any time a non-state agency wants to...

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