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Chineke! Orchestra presented by Celebrity Series of Boston

This Spring brings an exciting and important Boston debut: the inaugural visit by Britain’s Chineke! Orchestra. Founded in 2015 by the pioneering double bass player Chi-chi Nwanoku, CBE, the Orchestra champions change and celebrates diversity through high-level professional performance opportunities and career development for Black and ethnically diverse classical performers in the UK and Europe. […]

Animal Rescue League of Boston – job fair!

The Animal Rescue League of Boston is holding a job fair for a variety of open positions based out of our Boston (South End) location! If you are interested in a career in animal welfare or veterinary medicine, please join us on Wednesday June 9th from 4pm-6pm to learn about our programs and services, speak […]

Head and Neck Screening Event

You can take steps to prevent head and neck cancer or catch it early! Join us for a free screening and education from BMC doctors and care team members in the Menino Building Lobby (840 Harrison Avenue) at BMC! Everyone is welcome. – Get a short physical exam, with a focus on screening for head […]

Longwood Symphony Orchestra Presents All-Beethoven Concert with Pianist Victor Rosenbaum

Longwood Symphony Orchestra, the orchestra of Boston’s healthcare community, performs works by Beethoven at New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall alongside pianist Victor Rosenbaum BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 2 BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 3      Victor Rosenbaum, piano Victor Rosenbaum, a fixture in the Boston musical scene for over 50 years whose playing has been called […]

Power Beer Fest 2021

Come for the Juice Bombs, sip the sours and savor the stouts. The fundraiser and beer tasting will feature 40 local breweries for a two session event on Saturday, Oct 2 from 1 to 4:30 p.m. and 6 to 9:30 p.m. Ticket sales of Power Beer Fest support the Mass Brewers Guild, the state’s nonprofit […]

Democratic Caucus – Ward 9 Boston

The Democrats of Ward 9 Boston (part of the South End, Lower Roxbury and Roxbury Crossing) are gathering in a caucus to elect delegates to the Democratic State Convention to be held in Lowell at the end of May.  Any registered Democrat living in Boston’s Ward 9 may attend, vote and run for delegate.  This […]

You Might Be Right: New Paintings by Ingrid Scheibler

You Might Be Right: New Paintings by Ingrid Scheibler Piano Craft Gallery 793 Tremont St. Boston, MA (262) 215-7140 Gallery Hours Fri: 6-8, Sat. and Sun. 12-5, Jan. 3-26. Opening reception Friday Jan 3, 6-9 pm, Closing Reception, Jan. 26, 2-4 pm. Scheibler’s large-scale, bold and graphic paintings invite the viewer into the paintings’ energetic […]

Cathedral High School Open House

Visit Cathedral 7-12 High School, Boston’s coeducational, Catholic, independent, applied learning school at our historic South End campus on Sunday, November 3 from 1 to 3 p.m. or Thursday, November 14 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Meet with our leadership, faculty, current students, and parents to learn more about Cathedral’s STEAM-based curriculum, new Applied Learning […]

South End Soccer – Sky’s The Limit

Join South End Soccer on November 14th to take in stunning views of Boston while raising funds to help create equity in youth sports. Your support helps to support our free programs and provide players with uniforms, balls, shinguards, all state and league registrations, coaching, facilities and all equipment needed. 2019 Event Honorees: State Representative […]

Housing as History: Villa Victoria and the Fenway Community Development Corporation

In the 1960s and 1970s Boston struggled to stem urban flight and a landscape of deteriorating housing stock. Massive redevelopment projects, such as the razing of the West End, sent shockwaves through the city. By the mid-1960s, the South End found itself the focus of redevelopment plans. A group of mostly Puerto Rican residents began […]

Boston Ward 9 Democratic Caucus

Boston Ward 9 Democratic Caucus South End/Lower Roxbury To Elect Delegates to the Democratic State Convention Saturday, June 8, 2019 10:00 a.m. Doors open 9:30 a.m.  Doors close 10:15 a.m. South End Community Health Center 1601 Washington Street, Second Floor WIC Room ALL Registered Democrats in Boston Ward 9 are eligible to vote and run for delegate to the September […]