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“Hey, you want some art with those artichokes?” Last Friday, a 9 foot-tall papier-mâché giraffe made by kids in the Dot Art greeted customers who flocked to the opening of the brand new farmers market in Peabody Square/ Ashmont Station. The copper-... Read more
More than 60 people including Mayor Tom Menino, state Rep. Marty Walsh and City Councillor Maureen Feeney gathered at the Blarney Stone on Dorchester Avenue in Fields Corner last Wednesday to honor area civic leaders, business people, and community... Read more
A coalition of activists who have been working to reduce alcohol and drug abuse in the neighborhood are taking direct aim at adults who buy booze for under-age drinkers this week. The Dorchester Substance Abuse Coalition (DSAC) will roll out a “sticker... Read more
Members of the Mattapan community hammered Gov. Deval Patrick's transportation czar this week over a proposal to replace the Route 28 bus and extend the Silver Line to Mattapan Square. At a Tuesday night transportation "summit" held in Boston Public... Read more
Parade GuyToday's Dorchester Day Parade starts at 1 p.m. in Lower Mills and follows Dorchester Avenue to Columbia Rd. Here's the final roster of today's parade. See you out there! 2009 Dorchester Day Parade Roster Kick-Off 1 p.m. Lower Mills along... Read more
Memorial Day Parade 2009: Jerry Hurley of Lower Mills watched the Memorial Day Parade pass Dorchester Park on Monday, May 25, 2009. Photo by Chris LovettDorchester's traditional observation of Memorial Day began at 10 a.m. on Monday with a parade from... Read more
Help us find Cali: Missing since May 14.A small cream/blonde Pomeranian dog named Cali is missing and her owners are asking the neighborhood to help find her this week. "Cali is part of our family, she needs her medication and our hearts are broken. We... Read more
Dwayne Lawrence and the Teen Health Movement explore their options along Blue Hill Ave.
St. Peter's Church, Dorchester, MA: Video taken during the May 2 & 3 2009 Open House weekend. We're participating in the Partners in Preservation-Boston grant competition to win $100,000, and this event was part of it.
This video was taken during our Open House weekend, May 2 & 3, 2009, of a few members of the Parish of All Saints choir. This event was part of our participation of the Partners in Preservation-Boston grant competition...we're trying to win the most... Read more

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