Boylston Street Art Walk, January 2015. Credit: Luis Cotto, Egleston Square Main Street
Luis Cotto, executive director of Egleston Square Main Street, shared this snow free image from all the way back in January (seems like a lifetime ago, doesn't it?). As Cotto writes on the Egleston Square Main Street Facebook page, the Boylston Street Art Walk is "an initiative of our Egleston Coalition members JP New Economy Transition, The Urbano Project and the Egleston Farmers Market as well as the Boston Brewing Company." Each weekday we post an image from around the neighborhood. If you have a photo that screams (or even whispers) "Jamaica Plain," here are four ways to nominate it as our "Photo of the Day":
Email me at chris@jamaicaplainnews
Tag a picture on Twitter with @02130News
Put your photo in the Jamaica Plain News photo pool on Flickr
Tag a picture on Instagram with #02130News
A newly-painted utility box at the Arborway rotary on Centre Street. Taken November 2014 by Bob Goodman. Bob Goodman noticed this freshly-painted utility box on the Arborway rotary on Centre Street. Thanks for sharing this, Bob! Each weekday we post an image from around the neighborhood.
It's one of the rites of spring — the paint on the neighborhood's crosswalks has suffered from a long, salty winter — and City Hall needs a little help knowing which intersections are in the worst shape. Please email JP's Michael Reiskind with which crosswalks need repainting at firstname.lastname@example.org. In his role with the Public Service Committee of the JP Neighborhood Council, he'll make sure City Hall knows. Painting is generally done in April, so please email him by the end of March. Or just leave a comment below with the intersection that has lost its paint and I'll make sure it reaches him.