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Le Diner en Blanc, Boston style

Boston, MA — It was quite a sight: 2,000 people gathered in front of the Boston Children’s Museum’s waterfront terrace, eating and drinking, and all dressed top-to-toe in white. 102 more words

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Floating Cobblestones

These cobblestones floating in Boston’s Fort Point Channel are the work of artist Don Eyles. They are said to mark “Boston’s past and future history”. Maybe so, but for me equating something that looks like a granite pyramid, a floating one no less, with the colonial history of our city is quite a stretch. 45 more words


Fort Point Channel, Boston

As you have noticed, Monday is when this blog goes out of town to highlight examples of hidden urban streams outside of New York City. 190 miles northeast of New York’s City Hall is its longtime rival whose downtown also appears nestled between two waterways that lead to a harbor. 1,162 more words

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Northern Avenue Bridge: Fix It or Nix It?

From our Late to the Bridge Party desk

The headscratching staff freely admits we’re confused: Is Boston’s venerable Northern Avenue Bridge slated for a $100 million fix or a $100 million replacement? 333 more words

Enjoying the Local Scenes

It’s getting chilly around here. Thirty degrees this morning. I’m getting wimpier about taking my walk outside and just go ’round and ’round indoors. I need to toughen up. 120 more words

Envoy Hotel offers view of old Boston harbor life

Boston, Massachusetts — This is the sun soaked view from The Envoy Hotel, looking over Fort Point Channel and the old Northern Avenue Bridge. The legendary channel, once home to one of Boston’s best known rock clubs (named The Channel, and a salty place by all accounts), and the rusted old bridge (currently closed due to the massive development in the area), are a corner of old Boston before the century’s massive construction along Rose Kennedy Greenway and the Seaport District. 27 more words


Day 1022: Works in progress

In my work as a psychotherapist, I invite people to think of themselves and their lives as works in progress. I hope that creates progressive room for people’s progress in healing, patience, acceptance, and gentleness with self and others. 340 more words

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