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Community panel picks Parcel P-3 developer
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Community panel picks Parcel P-3 developer
After months of internal discussion and debate, one development team has now secured the endorsement of the guiding Roxbury Strategic Master Plan Oversight Committee (RSMPOC) to transform a long-vacant parcel into affordable housing, lab and commercial space.
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Twist & Shout! An Evening of Dance, Spoken Word & Music
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Twist & Shout! An Evening of Dance, Spoken Word & Music
October 22, 2022
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
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Mass and Cass, a blight on Boston
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Editorial
Mass and Cass, a blight on Boston
There is inadequate housing available for those now living at Mass and Cass without creating a social problem in Roxbury and other Black communities. The solution lies in finding a way to utilize the City of Boston facilities at Long Island in Boston harbor.
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Councilors debate 3 redistricting maps
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Councilors debate 3 redistricting maps
Boston city councilors now have three proposed maps to consider in an ongoing redistricting process set to end in early November.
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Local News
Wu not opposed to Shattuck units
Despite a pledge last year to spread throughout the city housing and addiction treatment services for the homeless population concentrated in the area around Mass and Cass, Mayor Michelle Wu is not opposing a proposed 400-unit housing shelter that would be built at the site of the Shattuck Hospital in Franklin Park.
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ICA/Boston exhibit explores childhood
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Arts & Culture
ICA/Boston exhibit explores childhood
Forty professional artists and a collection of youth artists reflect on the importance of childhood in “To Begin Again: Artists and Childhood,” running at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston Oct. 6 through Feb. 26
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Wu seeks partnerships with business community to tackle city's challenges
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Wu seeks partnerships with business community to tackle city's challenges
Underscoring the challenges stemming from growing inequality, rising housing costs and strained transit infrastructure the city faces as its population grows, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu sought support Boston’s business leaders in her first speech before the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.
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"The Essence of Us: We Have Always Been Here"
September 11, 2022
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Mayor intervenes as parent struggles with BPS school bus
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Mayor intervenes as parent struggles with BPS school bus
Shamieh Wall starts every week day wondering whether the school bus will be coming to pick up her child. And almost a quarter of the time, it hasn’t.
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Neo-soul artists perform with introspection and joy
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Arts & Culture
Neo-soul artists perform with introspection and joy
Before a panorama of Boston Harbor lit by boats drifting by as if to their music, neo-soul experimentalists Taja Cheek, who performs as L’Rain, and Khari Lucas, whose stage name is Contour, made their Boston debut Friday night at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston.
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BPS, mayor pushing for schools to merge, then split
At school community meetings held in May, officials from BPS and the mayor’s office presented their plans for two-campus, merged schools to three pairs of currently separate schools. They ran into strong resistance at every meeting.
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In the news: Hannah Wilson
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In the news: Hannah Wilson
Hannah Wilson has been named executive producer of Public Affairs at WCVB Channel 5.
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Opinion
How to help Boston’s working families struggling with debt
In Suffolk County, 22% of folks have a debt in collection — rising to 31% in communities of color. The high cost of living in Eastern Massachusetts compounds the economic pressures around housing costs and inflation that working people face.
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Art of the Table Presented by Ieasha James of Endless Flair Events
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Art of the Table Presented by Ieasha James of Endless Flair Events
November 08, 2022
9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
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Emilio Rojas exhibit delves into immigrant experiences
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Arts & Culture
Emilio Rojas exhibit delves into immigrant experiences
In the wake of the recent news story of migrants shuttled unknowingly from Texas to Martha’s Vineyard, Emilio Rojas’s show “Emilio Rojas: tracing a wound through my body,” on view through Nov. 6 at Emerson College’s Emerson Contemporary, feels extremely timely.
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