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Disco Night with Stardust at City Hall Plaza | Aug. 10

The always popular Stardust, a local super-group formed by gathering some of the most talented and experienced musicians in the entertainment industry and honed by over a decade of active rotation.  The band is in high demand and performs regularly at fine venues and hotels throughout the country. 

Led by bandleader Keith Kostick and singers Cecilia Colucci and Charles Clark, Stardust packs the dance floor at corporate events, weddings, and City Hall Plaza where revelers of all ages get to get up and boogie under the summer sky.  Stardust’s popularity at private events means that public appearances are limited, so this Disco Night is a rare treat for both the band and its fans.

When: Aug. 10 at 7pm

Where: City Hall Plaza

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Bike Downtown for Free Burritos at City Hall! | April 24

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Join Dot  Bike for a morning ride downtown! Free registration is encouraged, but not required. We will meet in front of Ashmont Cycles at 6:45am for 7am departure or meet us along Dot Ave!


When: Friday, April 24th

6:45AM at Ashmont Cycles, or Fields Corner at 7:10am

Where: The trip will begin at Ashmont and continue all the way to City Hall!

to register:

For more info:


What Can Boston Do About the Housing Crisis? | April 7

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On October 20, 2014 residents across Boston filled City Council chambers and sent a clear message:
In this second hearing, citywide residents and housing advocates will come together to share our IDEAS AND SOLUTIONS to the housing crisis. 
What can the City of Boston do to stabilize our communities and prevent the rapid displacement of low income and communities of color?
Residents, advocates and research experts will share policy solutions & ideas to the housing crisis including:
  • Increasing protection to tenants especially for those most at risk for displacement because of rising housing costs & rents.
  • Increasing resources from development for creating & preserving affordable housing.
  • Prioritizing public land for community use & controlled by community partners.


When: Tuesday, April 7th 


Where: Boston City Hall

City Council Chambers (5th floor)  

For more info:  visit

DACA Day at City Hall | Feb 26

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The Mayor’s Office of New Bostonians in partnership with community groups and legal service providers will be co-hosting (with Councilor LaMattina and the Student Immigration Movement) a free application clinic for individuals who are eligible to apply for one of Obama’s executive actions on immigration, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).


When: Thursday, February 26th


Where: Boston City Hall, 5th floor

1 City Hall Square, Boston

To register for the clinic:  visit

or call Office of New Bostonians at 617-635-4141 from 10am – 3pm, M-F.

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