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Op-Ed: Black History Is More Than a Month

By Mayor Martin Walsh February is Black History Month and, in Boston, we have a full series of events planned to celebrate the achievements of Black Bostonians– the women and men, seniors and students, veterans and clergy, business owners and…

Op-Ed: Valentine Day Befuddling

By Dr. Glenn Mollette Valentine’s Day is a befuddling time – bewildering, confusing. Flowers that you would buy to give to someone are probably already tripled in price. Our local grocery store sometimes sells a dozen roses for under $30,…

Op-Ed: Remembering Jim Hennigan

By Sal Giarratani I was over at Jim Hennigan’s wake over in West Roxbury where folks lined up to say good bye to an old school political legend. When I was a kid, he got himself elected as a state…

Hill Happenings

By Mossy Martin My wonderful friend, Phil McDermott passed away on Dec. 21. He was a champion of life, despite being encumbered by cerebral palsy. Phil, who came from a family of terrific athletes, loved sports, and as a kid,…

What’s Happening on Main Streets

By Ellen Walker Special to the Gazette It is that time of year when Mission Hill Main Streets looks back on what we have accomplished this year even as we look forward to the New Year and new op-portunities.  First…

Hill Agenda

The deadline for Hill Agenda listings is noon, Monday, Dec. 30 for the issue January 3. Email listings to [email protected] Note: 617 should be dialed before numbers below, unless another area code is given. Meetings   Mission Hill Neighborhood Housing Service…