Tuesday’s meeting hosted by WalkBoston and the Charles River Conservancy about how MassDOT’s reconstruction of the Mass Pike in Allston can Unchoke the Charles River Throat brought out 150 people and a renewed emphasis on the need for the project to prioritize removing barriers, creating connections and healthy transportation. Read more.
Jeremy Enigk will be performing at Red Room at Café 939 on Wednesday, June 14 as a part of the Fenway Recordings Sessions.
Tickets: $16 in advance / $18 at the door
This show begins at 8:00 pm
EDM artist Mark Farina will be performing at Brighton Music Hall on June 16, 2017 as part of Fenway Recordings Sessions. Tickets are $20 in advance. Doors open at 8:00PM and the show starts at 9:00PM. This event is 18+ with a valid ID. For tickets, visit www.ticketmaster.com.
I'm guessing there is a nest of bunnines in the green space surrounding the Allston Fire Station on Cambridge Street (where it intersects with Brighton Avenue and North Beacon Street. We saw about three or four baby bunnies running around or just chilling there today at about 7pm. I picked one up to take a photo, then released it.
....aaaand I fail at posting pics properly. Can anyone help me? What should I do to get them to post properly?
There's a one-way street in Allston where people are constantly driving the wrong way. I do mean constantly - my guess is upwards of 100 per hour. It's obvious why: this is one of the exits of the Everett St Stop and Shop, and it's hugely inconvenient to use the one proper exit on the other side of the plaza. The problem is that this one-way dumps into a three-way intersection where the other cars have stop signs. People barrel out of the Stop and Shop plaza and into this intersection all day long.
Fenway Recordings Sessions Presents:
w/ Burglary Years, DJ Carbo
Doors @ 6pm, Show @ 7pm
Brighton Music Hall
158 Brighton Ave, Allston, MA
This event is all ages.
Tix: http://bit.ly/2aezZd6 Adv price: $13
`How Harvard Rules" public domain folk song lyrics indicate why BRA shouldn't have recently approved tax-exempt and "non-profit" Harvard University Inc.'s latest real estate development/gentrification and campus expansion project in Allston neighborhood of Boston. And the "How Harvard Rules" public domain folk song lyrics also indicate why Harvard University Inc. should be required to pay a fair share of local Cambridge and Boston property taxes and Massachusetts state corporation taxes in 2016.
Maybe not Science Center big anymore, but not just fallow land, either. Banker & Tradesman reports on the U's 10-year master plan for all its land in Allston, including a 200-room hotel, a 3,000-seat basketball arena and a six-to-nine story "Gateway Project" at the old Barrys Corner and either new housing for grad students or an office building.
Neighbors for Neighbors (NFN - neighborsforneighbors.org), a soundboard for voices and a springboard for action, connects people who live, work, and serve in your Boston neighborhood. Our objectives include:
-making it easy for neighbors to come together through an online portal so that we may do things together offline
-empowering those who are here so that they may share, and to provide a place for people to listen
-moving people past discussion, through action, produce results
-celebrating our collective power and collaborative spirit.
"It is often noted that Harvard plans decades or even a century into the future," writes the broadsheet in a mind-blowing editorial this morning. "Allston residents, however, aren’t in a position to look that far down the pike." And just think of the terrible consequences for Harvard of its predilection for thinking of the future - if only it had chosen instead to think of the short-term, it might never have been afflicted with its huge endowment or national preeminence.
Harvard University made headlines recently when they admitted they were slowing down their massive Allston redevelopment plan because of the slowing economy. Now residents are worried the place will be left barren and blighted for years. Meanwhile residents near BC are unhappy with plans the college has to build new dorms and other buildings on the former Archdiocesan Campus in Brighton.