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Visit the All of Us Journey Bus May 25 at the Roxbury YMCA
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Visit the All of Us Journey Bus May 25 at the Roxbury YMCA
May 25, 2019
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Thousands rally for education funding
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Thousands rally for education funding
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Pride and politics at Haitian parade
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Pride and politics at Haitian parade
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America’s dangerous gullibility
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America’s dangerous gullibility
Over the years Donald Trump has created the appearance that he is a successful business man. While he always seemed to have sufficient funds to afford an expensive standard of living, a recent report by the New York Times caused the collapse of that grandiose image.
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City to seek bids for Nawn Factory
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City to seek bids for Nawn Factory
The Boston Planning and Development Agency will soon be releasing a request for proposals for the Dudley Square site known as Parcel 8.
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Advocates blast gov’s housing bill
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Advocates blast gov’s housing bill
Housing advocates came to the Massachusetts State House for a hearing Tuesday morning to speak against a bill that Governor Charlie Baker says will create more housing in the state.
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Boston Community Podcast Lab Listening Party
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May 22, 2019
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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City’s Office of Economic Development competing for funds to boost participation
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City’s Office of Economic Development competing for funds to boost participation
Through a nationwide accelerator program sponsored by the Citi Foundation and the organization Living Cities, Mayor Martin Walsh’s Office of Economic Development is planning to ramp up efforts to increase the number of women-owned and minority-owned vendors the city has contracts with.
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‘School Girls’ explores colorism through a comedic lens
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‘School Girls’ explores colorism through a comedic lens
The 1980s is alive and well at Speakeasy Stage where New Edition blasts from the speakers in their production of “School Girls: Or, The African Mean Girls Play.” Running through May 25, the show uses comedy and heart to confront issues of colorism and racism in black communities.
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Roving Camera 5-16-19: Do you think Roxbury will continue to be a black neighborhood in the future?
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Roving Camera 5-16-19: Do you think Roxbury will continue to be a black neighborhood in the future?
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Boston Scenes 5-16-19: Boston Design Academy Spring Showcase
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Boston Scenes 5-16-19: Boston Design Academy Spring Showcase
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Boston Scenes 5-16-19: Public works
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Goodwill's HELP Program Begins April 1
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Goodwill's HELP Program Begins April 1
April 01, 2019
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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‘Breakthrough’ — Inspirational memoir recounts teen’s true tale of survival
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‘Breakthrough’ — Inspirational memoir recounts teen’s true tale of survival
Despite being saddled with a couple of generic American names, John Smith’s (Marcel Ruiz) life story had been anything but boring.
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