On Saturday, the streets of Jamaica Plain will be filled with the sights and sounds of music and dance, as thousands of attendees comb the sidewalks for the JP’s second annual celebration of art and community, Porchfest.
— Clay Harper (@ArborwayMatters) July 2, 2015
For our Photo of the Day on Thursdays, we highlight an image of old JP. Resident Clay Harper Tweeted about the similarities between this week’s scene of Casey Overpass destruction and one taken as the bridge was being built. The older image was taken in 1952 or 1953 by Ed Barrett.
A Tuesday Boston 2024 community meeting went off-script and off-agenda when activists opposed to the games demanded their grievances be heard by city and Olympic officials.
Crews work through the night on the Casey Arborway project in June 2015. Credit: Richard Heath
Residents can enjoy a few weeks of respite from noisy night work along the Casey Arborway — but the after-hours hammering begins again Sunday, July 19. The next phase of night work runs for a month, until Friday, Aug. 21.
The Frogmore, a coastal Carolina-style restaurant and bar, has adopted the pineapple as a symbol of how it hopes to integrate into Hyde Square. For southerners, the pineapple means hospitality. The pineapple is also a sign of the Latino culture in Hyde Square, and you’ll see it displayed prominently on signs around the neighborhood.
Sign in the window of Grenier Print Shop, 3202 Washington St., on Monday, June 29, 2015.
Anyone seen a bridge? There seems to one missing, as stated in this sign in the window at Grenier Print Shop on Washington Street.