South End

It isn't Boston's Olympic bid. (Who Hijacked our F*cking City?)

Some Bostonians are fighting to keep the 2024 Summer Olympics out of their city due. Topics: PoliticsSportsNeighborhoods: BostonBack BayBeacon HillBrightonEast BostonRoxburySouth BostonSouth EndCambridge
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A family goes out for a stroll in the snow on the Southwest Corridor

Matthew shows us the row of snowmen somebody made on the Southwest Corridor path in the South End today.
South End

Medic: Branch down!

Todd Buffum shows us winter's wrath in Concord Square in the South End.
Eight Streets Neighborhood Association

January Business meeting

Our next business meeting is Tuesday, January 13th at Project Place (Corner of Washington & East Berkeley).   Enter in the door next to Meyers and Chang  Please arrive before 7:30, as the external doors lock at that time.  Meeting format:6:30-7 - Neighborhood Networking.   Meet your neighbors in an informal setting.7-8:30 - Business meeting. Unfortunately, our guests for this week have cancelled.   The mayor's State of the City was scheduled tonight, so our speaker and all backups had to cancel.   Aaron will be attending our February meeting.This meeting we'll discuss neighborhood updates & committee planning.   Chilly as it is, Spring is around the corner.  What activities, neighborhood events or cleanup/beautification projects would you like to see ...
Blackstone/Franklin Square Neighborhood Association

Fundraising Party for our Scholarship Program

Blackstone/Franklin Square Neighborhood AssociationFriends of Blackstone and Franklin SquaresThursday, February 12, 2015 - 6:00pm to 8:00pmGold Gallery, 655 Tremont Street, BostonClick here for Tickets/Donations A special thank you to:Gold Gallery - Venue Donation Ketel One - Sponsorship Ki Bar Society Inc. - CateringThe Matt Hull Trio - Music Visual Dialogue - Design
Eight Streets Neighborhood Association

Snow & Space Savers

Starting this winter, (2014-2015) the South End is now a "space saver free" zone.If the city receives significant amounts of snowfall, and you shovel out your car that is parked on the public street, you not be allowed to reserve that space by putting a household item in the spot to hold it until you return.Some historySaving the spot you have shoveled out has been a unique habit that used to be confined to South Boston.   A few years ago space savers made the news and caused a hubbub.  At that time the previous administration gave it's OK to space savers, saying they could only stay on the street for 48 hours after the snow storm.  (People were using ...
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