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Flavor of the Month

December 2, 2011
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(Courtesy Photo) J.P. Licks owner Vince Petryk poses as a Pilgrim last month at the 659 Centre St. shop while showing off Thanksgiving-themed ice cream flavors. The store is offering more special flavors for December, including candy cane, egg nog and red velvet.

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Salons aim for Newbury style, JP attitude

December 2, 2011
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Central JP is undergoing a salon boom. With Q Salon scheduled to open by the end of the year, the Centre/South corridor will be home to no fewer than 12 hair salons. With the boom comes pressure to provide Newbury Street quality cuts without the Newbury attitude and snobbery, say salon owners. “We’re professional....

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Rebuilding together

December 2, 2011
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Stroke Stopper

December 2, 2011
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Football play

December 2, 2011
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Curtis Hall reopens

December 2, 2011
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The Curtis Hall community center at 20 South St. reopened last month after undergoing a $5 million renovation. The historic city building hosts a public swimming pool, gym, basketball court and track. It also holds a wide variety of youth and adult programs and rents out community space for public meetings. The building reopened...

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Whitehaus releases new compilation

December 2, 2011
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A new compilation of JP-based music has been released by Whitehaus Family Records. The album, named “Whitehaus Family Record Family Record vol. 2: Are You in Paradise?” features 25 two-minute tracks from as many artists. All of the artists on the album have lived in JP at some point, and many still do. The...

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Cops: Thief had gas, got the shakes

December 2, 2011
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BROOKSIDE—A man allegedly stole gas and 48 cans of protein shakes from a local nonprofit’s vans in the middle of the night on Nov. 16. Police arrested Emmuanuel Porter-Muhammad, 38, of Roxbury for allegedly siphoning gas and taking the Ensure brand shakes at Community Servings at 18 Marbury Terrace, according to the Boston Police...

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Ross questions school move cost

December 2, 2011
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City Councilor Mike Ross asked the City Financial Commission (FinComm) to investigate Boston Public School’s (BPS) plan to move Mission Hill K-8 School to Jamaica Plain, following the BPS School Committee’s approval of the plan Nov. 15. “They are spending an obscene amount of money to move three schools—close to $10 million,” Ross said...

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Nira Rock to get better entrance

December 2, 2011
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HYDE SQ.—The Nira Rock Urban Wild will get a nicer entrance from Arcola Street under a Boston Parks Department plan slated for the spring. The work could include a new seating area, repaired stone steps and the removal of a chain link fence, according to Parks Department spokesperson Jacque Goddard. The improvements came from...

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