Scrub the Hub | April 25 and April 26

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On Friday, April 25 and Saturday, April 26 Boston Shines will host a cleanup to involve residents, youth, universities, and members of the community. Boston Shine’s 3 weekend format is Mayor Walsh’s approach to underscoring the importance of Boston spring cleanup. On this weekend the cleanup will take place in West Roxbury, Jamaica Plain, Roxbury, Allston, and Brighton. The Office of Neighborhood Services will call upon constituents to help each other bring vibrancy back to the parks, sidewalks, school years, and streets. Brooms, shovels, and other tools will be provided by the city and will be distributed at one of the thousand sites that have been identified for cleaning. The following weekend May 2nd and 3rd the cleanup will take place in Hyde Park, Roslindale, Dorchester, and Mattapan. >> Read More

Hub Theatre Presents: Three Days of Rain | April 19

Saturday, April 19 will be your last chance to see the Hub Theatre Company of Boston perform Three Days of Rain. This event will take place at the First Church located at 66 Marlborough Street in Boston. This play tells the story of a dysfunctional family’s tumultuous relationship over two generations. The first act is set in 1995, where the adult children of architect Edmund Janeway are dealing with the aftermath of his death. This act will include surprising revelations that will provoke long delayed confrontations. The second act goes back to 1960 when young Janeway and his business partner struggle to design the house that will shape their destiny; but trouble in paradise lies ahead causing difficulties for the next generation to weed through. >> Read More

AACA Multi-Industry Job Fair

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On Monday, April 7 the Asian American Civic Association will host a job fair at the Double Tree Hotel located at 821 Washington Street in Boston. This event will take place from 10 am until 1 pm. 

Attendees have the chance to meet face-to-face with employers who are offering great job opportunities. Some of the employers that will be there include, Amtrak, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Citizens Bank, the Double Tree, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Home Depot, Macy's Santander Bank, TD Bank, State Street Corporation, and many more. Please wear proper business attire and bring copies of your resume. 

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Get up, Get Out & Vote...TODAY!!! | November 5

Municipal Election - November 5th, 2013
Municipal Election for Mayor, City Councillors At-Large and District City Councillors. Polls will be open 7AM-8PM.
For more information on candidates and poll locations please visit

Boston Mayoral Forums at UMass Boston | Sept 19

The Boston FoundationWBUR, and the University of Massachusetts Boston’s McCormack School of Public Policy and Global Studies and College of Advancing and Professional Studies today announced they will partner to host a pair of forums this fall wi >> Read More

Beacon to the Dream | Aug 28

Thousands of  lanterns to encircle DCR Castle Island Park,  South Boston, Honoring the 50thanniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s, I have a Dream speech.

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can.”  Martin Luther King Jr.

When: August 28th, 2013, 7:00-9:00 pm

Where: DCR Castle Island Park,  South Boston, MA


  • Welcome

  • Screening of Dr. Kings’ I Have a Dream Speech on the Walls of Fort Independence

  • Musical Program Nancy Armstrong Alan Rias Ja-Naé Duane >> Read More

Transit Equity Summit | March 2

Take public transit? Care about how you and yours get around, or why some can't get around? Want to make it better? Join us for Greater Boston's First Transit Equity Summit, this Saturday 9-4pm at City Year Head Quarters in the Back Bay. >> Read More

Holiday Trolly Tour and Tree Lightings | Dec. 7-9

Sponsored by Macy and the City of Boston - Don't Miss Out

Holiday Trolley Tour & Tree Lightings | Dec. 7-9

   December 7th:              December 8th:                  December 9th:

5:30 p.m: West Roxbury     2:00 p.m: Jamaica Plain        1:00 p.m: South Boston

   Roche Family Ctr                 J.P. Monument                           West Broadway


6:15 p.m: Readville          2:45 p.m: Jamaica Plain            1:45 p.m: Chinatown >> Read More

Paint the Town | Oct. 16

Paint the Town is raising much needed funds for Rebuilding Together Boston. Rebuilding Together Boston is a local organization that works to preserve affordable housing in Boston. Since its inception, RTB has repaired/renovated over 350 homes, facilities and civic sites, as well as involved over 20,000 volunteers. Not to mention all the lives that RTB has changed forever. Paint the Town will take place on October 16 from 6pm to 8:30pm. The event is located at the Boston College Club, 100 Federal Street in Boston (36th Floor). For more information and tickets, please contact

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