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Boston Scenes 8/21/14

Some 600 people enjoyed a wide range of activities at the recent Generations of Change Multicultural Festival hosted by the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI). The day featured: inflatables and sports (3 on 3 tournament, flag football. soccer clinic), including a dunk tank with DSNI staff, youth and neighbors; over 15 local vendors and info tables, including delicious local food; arts and crafts and children’s activities; over 15 acts on the stage ranging from jazz to rap and everything in between including Zumba, line dancing, and dance workshops from Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre. Photo credit: Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative.
Some 600 people enjoyed a wide range of activities at the recent Generations of Change Multicultural Festival hosted by the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI). The day featured: inflatables and sports (3 on 3 tournament, flag football. soccer clinic), including a dunk tank with DSNI staff, youth and neighbors; over 15 local vendors and info tables, including delicious local food; arts and crafts and children’s activities; over 15 acts on the stage ranging from jazz to rap and everything in between including Zumba, line dancing, and dance workshops from Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre. Photo credit: Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative.
Some 600 people enjoyed a wide range of activities at the recent Generations of Change Multicultural Festival hosted by the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI). The day featured: inflatables and sports (3 on 3 tournament, flag football. soccer clinic), including a dunk tank with DSNI staff, youth and neighbors; over 15 local vendors and info tables, including delicious local food; arts and crafts and children’s activities; over 15 acts on the stage ranging from jazz to rap and everything in between including Zumba, line dancing, and dance workshops from Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre. Photo credit: Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative.
Some 600 people enjoyed a wide range of activities at the recent Generations of Change Multicultural Festival hosted by the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI). The day featured: inflatables and sports (3 on 3 tournament, flag football. soccer clinic), including a dunk tank with DSNI staff, youth and neighbors; over 15 local vendors and info tables, including delicious local food; arts and crafts and children’s activities; over 15 acts on the stage ranging from jazz to rap and everything in between including Zumba, line dancing, and dance workshops from Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre. Photo credit: Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative.
More than 250 Dorchester residents joined the city of Boston, funders and the Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation (DBEDC) in a recent street celebration to mark their successful efforts to transform troubled Hendry Street into a safer neighborhood. The block party culminated a five year struggle to rid the troubled street of gangs and improve the neighborhood through the power of homeownership and organizing. Attendees included the Dorchester Bay EDC, Mayor Marty Walsh, Sheila Dillon of the Department of Neighborhood Development, Carpenters Local 26, 4 Street Neighborhood Crime Watch Members, and the Boston Police Department, along with residents. Shirley Montanez and Denise Del La Cruz of the 4 Street Neighborhood Crime Watch were honored, receiving a plaque, a citation from the Mayor and $300 gift certificates for their organizing efforts.
More than 250 Dorchester residents joined the city of Boston, funders and the Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation (DBEDC) in a recent street celebration to mark their successful efforts to transform troubled Hendry Street into a safer neighborhood. The block party culminated a five year struggle to rid the troubled street of gangs and improve the neighborhood through the power of homeownership and organizing. Attendees included the Dorchester Bay EDC, Mayor Marty Walsh, Sheila Dillon of the Department of Neighborhood Development, Carpenters Local 26, 4 Street Neighborhood Crime Watch Members, and the Boston Police Department, along with residents. Shirley Montanez and Denise Del La Cruz of the 4 Street Neighborhood Crime Watch were honored, receiving a plaque, a citation from the Mayor and $300 gift certificates for their organizing efforts.
More than 250 Dorchester residents joined the city of Boston, funders and the Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation (DBEDC) in a recent street celebration to mark their successful efforts to transform troubled Hendry Street into a safer neighborhood. The block party culminated a five year struggle to rid the troubled street of gangs and improve the neighborhood through the power of homeownership and organizing. Attendees included the Dorchester Bay EDC, Mayor Marty Walsh, Sheila Dillon of the Department of Neighborhood Development, Carpenters Local 26, 4 Street Neighborhood Crime Watch Members, and the Boston Police Department, along with residents. Shirley Montanez and Denise Del La Cruz of the 4 Street Neighborhood Crime Watch were honored, receiving a plaque, a citation from the Mayor and $300 gift certificates for their organizing efforts.
More than 250 Dorchester residents joined the city of Boston, funders and the Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation (DBEDC) in a recent street celebration to mark their successful efforts to transform troubled Hendry Street into a safer neighborhood. The block party culminated a five year struggle to rid the troubled street of gangs and improve the neighborhood through the power of homeownership and organizing. Attendees included the Dorchester Bay EDC, Mayor Marty Walsh, Sheila Dillon of the Department of Neighborhood Development, Carpenters Local 26, 4 Street Neighborhood Crime Watch Members, and the Boston Police Department, along with residents. Shirley Montanez and Denise Del La Cruz of the 4 Street Neighborhood Crime Watch were honored, receiving a plaque, a citation from the Mayor and $300 gift certificates for their organizing efforts.
Moving indoors because of bad weather the Boston Landmarks Orchestra brought together New World: The Legacy of the Spirituals concert at Church of the Covenant. Members of the New England Spiritual Ensemble (l–r) Joshua Reynolds, Davron S. Monroe, Myran Parker-Brass, Cynthia Harmon performed with the One City Youth Choir (debut) and Boston Landmark Orchestra, Musical Director Christopher Wilkins. The concert also premiered a new work by Boston composer Trevor Weston. For more information visit landmarksorchestra.org. Photo by Michael Dwyer.
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