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A $50k bribe is small change in Boston's real estate boom
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A $50k bribe is small change in Boston's real estate boom
A $50,000 bribe received by a city official grabbed headlines, but neighborhood activists say influence peddling runs much deeper in Boston.
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Families Creating Together 10th Anniversary Awards Dinner
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Families Creating Together 10th Anniversary Awards Dinner
November 09, 2019
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Jamaica Plain
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Vote Arroyo in District 5
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Vote Arroyo in District 5
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A battle for a later date
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A battle for a later date
In order to join the Massachusetts Senate race, Joe Kennedy has to be willing to place at risk the great works he could possibly accomplish.
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SJC justice backs Rollins in spat with judge
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SJC justice backs Rollins in spat with judge
During a press conference Monday, Rollins said the ruling by SJC Justice Frank Gaziano made the separation of powers “crystal clear.”
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Getting RCC nursing back on track
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Getting RCC nursing back on track
Roxbury Community College recently completed a $72 million renovation that included extensive upgrades to its buildings’ heating and cooling systems, a new cafeteria and student center, and a state-of-the-art nursing laboratory.
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Roxbury makerspace gets $100k grant
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Roxbury makerspace gets $100k grant
The Clubhouse Network, with a makerspace in the heart of Boston, has been awarded a Scale grant of $100,000.
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Gigantic Gospel Extravaganza
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Gigantic Gospel Extravaganza
October 13, 2019
3:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Boston, MA
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Jomama Jones delivers wisdom, hope & love
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Arts & Culture
Jomama Jones delivers wisdom, hope & love
When performance artist, playwright and educator Daniel Alexander Jones created his onstage alter ego Jomama Jones, Jomama wasn’t so much made as discovered. The transcendent diva was born from Jones’ memories of watching “Soul Train” as a child and imitating the music with his friend.
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Roving Camera 9-12-19: To what extent do you think corruption is a problem in Boston city government?
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Roving Camera 9-12-19: To what extent do you think corruption is a problem in Boston city government?
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Boston Scenes 9-12-19: Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center turns 50
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Boston Scenes 9-12-19: Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center turns 50
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Councilor Campbell, Berklee dean launch 1st Mattapan Jazz Festival
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Councilor Campbell, Berklee dean launch 1st Mattapan Jazz Festival
Boston City Council President Andrea Campbell, in partnership with Ron Savage, Dean of the Professional Performance Division at Berklee College of Music, announced last week they will host the Mattapan Jazz & Unity Festival at the 'greens' in front of the Foley Senior Residences, 249 River Street, Mattapan, on Sunday, September 22 from 1-5 p.m.
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Comedy takes a turn in Boston Lyric Opera’s ‘Pagliacci’
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Arts & Culture
Comedy takes a turn in Boston Lyric Opera’s ‘Pagliacci’
On Sept. 27, the DCR Steriti Memorial Rink in the North End will be transformed into an audience-immersive circus for the Boston Lyric Opera’s production of “Pagliacci,” which runs through Oct. 6.
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STEPPIN UP Gala Fundraiser featuring Frank Wilkins!
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STEPPIN UP Gala Fundraiser featuring Frank Wilkins!
October 05, 2019
7:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Randolph
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DeVos hands for-profit colleges $11 billion
Just as Labor Day weekend began, the federal Department of Education announced it was changing a key rule that provided a pathway to federal loan forgiveness. The new rule puts in place a cumbersome and lengthy process that will make it nearly impossible for consumers to successfully secure relief.
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