David Ertischek

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BAMS Fest Hosts an Exploration of Social Justice Through Live Painting in JP Friday

Have you ever wanted to watch an artist create a piece of art and then ask him or her about their creative process? Here’s your chance: The Boston Arts & Music Soul (BAMS) Fest will host “Need I Paint More?: An Exploration of Social Justice Through Live Painting” Friday, March 24, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at The Space at 128 Brookside Ave. in Jamaica Plain. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Group Suing City for Approving 50+ Variances for Condos at Allandale Woods

The following was provided by Tony LaCasse of the Friends of Allandale Woods. A broad coalition of neighborhood residents and groups are suing the city of Boston to enforce its own zoning laws, in order to protect one of its most pristine parks. A group of abutters supported by the Friends of Allandale Woods Coalition has filed suit in Suffolk Superior Court to stop the building of 18 — million-dollar plus condominiums on a two-acre lot, which is zoned for single-family residences. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Rep. Sanchez: I Want to Hear From You at Upcoming Community Meetings

The Jamaica Plain Historical Society is one of my favorite Facebook pages. They have hundreds of photos posted depicting Jamaica Plain from as early as the 1800s. One of the best shows horse drawn buggies crawling along next to the pond – reminding us that JP was once known as the “Eden of America” for its rolling hills and vast green space. (more…) Continue Reading →

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