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August 23 Is Officially ‘Girl Power Day’ In Boston and Menino Has the Pen to Prove It

Taking a title straight from a Spice Girls book from the late nineties, Mayor Tom Menino has officially designated August 23 as “Girl Power Day” […]

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Community Will ‘Rally For Solutions’ After 100 Reported Shootings Since Marathon

Residents are calling on members of the community to come together in a show of unity on the steps of City Hall to seek solutions […]

Arts & Entertainment

Artist Creates Murals of City Skylines Using Old Parking Tickets

When Boston drivers discover that ominous orange piece of paper sticking up beneath their windshield wiper, they may feel like ripping it up in frustration. […]

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You Can Now Pay Marijuana Citations Without Ever Going to City Hall

A day after officials from Mayor Tom Menino’s office announced a new schedule for the “City Hall To Go” truck, a mobile alternative to taking […]

Arts & Entertainment

Boston Calling Coming Back to City Hall in September

As the inaugural Boston Calling concert on City Hall Plaza came to a close on Sunday, winding down a successful two days worth of crowd-surfing […]

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Boston City Hall Goes Google

Mayor Menino’s City Hall has been teased in the past for being old-fashioned—the city, after all, didn’t get voicemail until February—but lately has proved to […]

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Same-Sex Marriage Rally Held on Steps of City Hall

Ryane Herlihy believes no child should go to school each day and feel ashamed of their parents—whether that child has two mothers or two fathers. […]

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Elected Official Wasn’t Pleased With Boston’s Snow Clean-Up Efforts This Winter

Boston City Councilor Charles Yancey is not too happy with Boston’s performance this winter. Yancey, who represents the Dorchester district, is making his complaints—mainly that […]