Truffle Making Workshop w/ Taza Chocolate (Family-Friendly)
Event on 2018-10-06 13:00:00
Truffle Making Workshop with Taza Chocolate (Family-Friendly) Presented by The Trustees Celebrate your love of chocolate with the whole family! First, attendees will learn how to make dark chocolate ganache from scratch using stonegrown chocolate and farm-fresh cream. You'll work in teams to create a pot of hot ganache and dip bread into this delicious treat (it's like fondue). Then, roll decadent dark chocolate truffles by hand with the talented chocolate chefs at Taza Chocolate, the Boston Public Market's local chocolatier, and take home a dozen truffles to eat at home or gift to a friend! We have several family-friendly truffle making classes that will satisfy all your wildest cravings & let you share a sweet moment with your whole family making chocolate side-by-side. Family-Friendly Truffle Making w/ Taza Saturday, April 7, 1:00-2:00 pm Saturday, May 5, 1:00-2:00 pm Saturday, June 2, 1:00-2:00 Saturday, July 7, 2:00-3:00 pm Saturday, August 4, 1:00-2:00 pm Saturday, September 1, 1:00-2:00 pm The KITCHEN at The Boston Public Market100 Hanover StreetBoston, MA 02108 Decorations: We'll provide 5-6 decorations in which to roll your truffles. Toppings may include: cocoa powder, cinnamon, crushed peppermint candy, graham cracker, pretzel, and cocoa nibs. Tickets: Each ticket comes with a dozen truffles that attendees make themselves. Tickets cost per Trustees member and per non-member (general ticket). Join The Trustees and save! Members save between 20-40% off all classes in The KITCHEN. Join the Trustees and show us your membership email and get the member rate. Join here. Please note: We can provide a vegan truffle option, but all Taza chocolate contains traces of nuts, and so will this class. Please select VEGAN truffles when the questions is asked by Eventbrite when you're buying your ticket. About Taza Chocolate At Taza Chocolate we make stone ground, organic chocolate. Cacao is so complex in flavor that we want to let it shout loud and proud. That is why we do less to bring you more. We stone grind cacao beans into perfectly unrefined, minimally processed chocolate with bold flavor and texture, unlike anything you have ever tasted. Taza founder Alex Whitmore took his first bite of stone ground chocolate while traveling in Oaxaca, Mexico. He was so inspired by the rustic intensity that he decided to create a chocolate factory back home in Somerville, MA. Alex apprenticed under a molinero in Oaxaca to learn how to hand-carve granite mill stones to make a new kind of American chocolate that is simply crafted, but seriously good. To source the best cacao for Taza Chocolate, we cultivate direct relationships with growers and pay a premium over the Fair Trade price. We pioneered the first third-party certified Direct Trade cacao sourcing program in the U.S., to ensure transparency and fairness for all. At the Taza Chocolate Bar, located in the Boston Public Market, visitors can watch as cacao isground on-site in stone mills to craft fresh hot and iced chocolate drinks. Taza’s full product lineis also available for purchase. In addition to our Direct Trade Cacao Certification, Taza is Certified USDA Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, Certified Gluten Free, and OU Kosher Pareve. Taza Chocolate is also dairy free, soy free and vegan. About The Trustees and The KITCHEN As one of the largest owners of agricultural land and the premier steward of the cultural and natural landscape of Massachusetts, The Trustees extends its leadership to transform the local food system by connecting residents and visitors back to the land and sharing the Commonwealth’s collective agrarian heritage through innovative retail and educational experiences at the Boston Public Market in the heart of downtown Boston. The KITCHEN is a community gathering place, managed by The Trustees, that is restoring the craft of seasonal cooking in Massachusetts, New England, and beyond through hands-on classes and educational experiences that celebrate the farmers and artisans of this region.…

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Whether you\’re an American on vacation, or you\’re planning a holiday in the United States, Boston, Massachusetts is a city that you might want to visit.

It doesn\’t have the Broadway plays and glitzy shopping of New York City down the coast, but this city is steeped in United States history… as in the “Boston Tea Party” steeped in history. OK Enough for bad puns.

It is one of the oldest cities in the United States…. founded in 1630 by the pilgrims from England if you really want to know. (Not the pilgrims that come over on the Mayflower to Plymouth, by the way.)

During the United States Revolution several major battles took place here… the Battle of Bunker Hill is one of the most famous. The Battles of Lexington and Concord were fought nearby. It was from the Old North Church that Paul Revere took his famous “midnight ride” crying the warning of the approach of the British….. As the poem goes,

“…One if by land, and two if by sea;

And I on the opposite shore will be,

Ready to ride and spread the alarm

Through every Middlesex village and farm…..”

Walk the Freedom Trail. This two and a half mile route will help you get acquainted with the city and efficiently visit many of the city\’s historic landmarks. Allow yourself at least three hours for this tour… a full day to really see everything would be better. If walking isn\’t for you, there are trolley tours that will let you hop on and hop off at the sites.

Stroll through the historic Public Garden. It is adjacent to the Boston Common and is the nation\’s oldest botanical garden. Ride one of the famous Swan Boats… Locals and visitors have been riding in them during the summer months since 1877.

See the Faneuil Hall marketplace… also known as Quincy market. For over 250 years, the marketplace has played an integral role in the life of this city\’s residents. This indoor-outdoor market is still a great place for shopping and dining.

Eat in the Union Oyster House, the city\’s oldest restaurant. Walk through the “burying grounds”, the cemeteries. You can find the graves of several famous early Americans.

Visit the colleges and universities… there are several in the area. Harvard, just across the Charles River in Cambridge might be the most famous. It is the oldest institution of higher learning in the U.S. You can also visit, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and Brandeis University among a couple of dozen others nearly as well known.

In the summertime, sit on the green along the Charles River and listen to the Boston Pops play in the Hatch Shell… a wonderful free concert. If you\’re there for the July 4th concert you\’ll hear Tchaikovsky\’s 1812 Overture complete with cannons and fireworks. (You\’ll need to be there plenty early for that popular concert!)

Boston has great museums, and there are more across the river in Cambridge around Harvard. There are sports teams for baseball, basketball, football and ice hockey fans, and there is always shopping.

It\’s a great starting point to explore the USA\’s New England states. With all it has going for it, give Boston a look when you\’re making travel plans.

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Check out these boston college images:

John Vitagliano, Manager of the East Boston Little City Hall and Chairman of the Winthrop Noise Abatement Committee
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Image by The U.S. National Archives
Original Caption: John Vitagliano, Manager of the East Boston Little City Hall and Chairman of the Winthrop Noise Abatement Committee, Points Out on Aerial Photograph the Section of Neptune Road and Logan Airport Runway 15r-33l that he Is Facing, Looking Southeast Down Neptune Road, 06/1973

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-5956

Photographer: Manheim, Michael Philip, 1940-

Subjects:
East Boston (Boston, Suffolk county, Massachusetts, United States) neighborhood
Environmental Protection Agency
Project DOCUMERICA

Persistent URL: research.archives.gov/description/548443

For more information about DOCUMERICA photographs at the U.S. National Archives, visit:
www.archives.gov/research/arc/topics/environment/documeri…

Repository: Still Picture Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-S), National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD, 20740-6001.

For information about ordering reproductions of photographs held by the U.S. National Archives’ Still Picture Unit, visit: www.archives.gov/research/order/still-pictures.html.

Reproductions may be ordered via an independent vendor. The U.S. National Archives maintains a list of vendors at www.archives.gov/research/order/vendors-photos-maps-dc.html.

Access Restrictions: Unrestricted
Use Restrictions: Unrestricted

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Image by BostonCatholic
BOSTON (January 25, 2014) – Cardinal Sean presided over an Ecumenical Prayer for the Martyrs, organized by the Community of Sant’egidio & the Office for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs. This was an unprecedented ecumenical prayer in the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity which gathers the leaders of Christian traditions from across the Boston area in memory of all those who gave their lives for the Gospel, on Saturday, January 25, 2pm at Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help (Mission Church), Boston.

Other Christian leaders who lead in the prayer were Rev. Jeffrey Brown of Twelfth Baptist Church, Roxbury; Rev. Laura Everett, executive director of the Massachusetts Council of Churches; Rev. Hegoumen Moses of St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church; Metropolitan Methodios of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Boston and All New England.

These are just some of the groups represented at the service:

Ethnic Apostolates: Korean, Ugandan, Kenyan, Chinese, Filipino, Vietnamese, Nigerian, Chaldean, Italian, Brazilian, Argentinian, French, Haitian, Colombian, Egyptian, Syrian, Iraqi, Indian, and many more.

Catholic Sui Iuris Churches and Groups: Maronite, Melkite, Syro-Malabar, Ethiopian/Eritrean/Egyptian Ge’ez-Rite Catholic, Boston College, Focolare, Chemin Neuf, Catholic Alpha, Sisters of St. Joseph, Redemptorists, Assumptionists, Office for Religious Education, many parishes including St. John the Baptist in Peabody, St. Julia in Weston, Blessed Mother Teresa in Dorchester, many more.

Orthodox Churches: Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Boston, Romanian Orthodox, Possibly Ukrainian, Antiochian, and more.

Oriental Orthodox Churches: Coptic Orthodox Church including Hegoumen Moussa up to 100 faithful; Armenian Apostolic; Malankara Orthodox Syrians.

Mainline Protestant Churches: Mass Council of Churches, plus Presbyterian (driving all the way from Orleans!), UCC, Episcopal, Community of Jesus, United Methodists- From Sudbury!, Salvation Army, others

Evangelical Churches and Groups: Historic Black Churches, Pentecostal, Evangelical: Belonging House, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, 10 Days, Emmanuel Gospel Center, Alpha New England, Gordon College.

(Photo credit: George Martell/The Pilot Media Group) All photos available under a Creative Commons license, Share-Alike, Attribution-required.

Image from page 201 of “Radio for everybody; being a popular guide to practical radio-phone reception and transmission and to the dot-and-dash reception and transmission of the radio telegraph, for the layman who wants to apply radio for his pleasure and
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Image by Internet Archive Book Images
Identifier: radioforeverybod00lesc
Title: Radio for everybody; being a popular guide to practical radio-phone reception and transmission and to the dot-and-dash reception and transmission of the radio telegraph, for the layman who wants to apply radio for his pleasure and profit without going into the special theories and the intricacies of the art
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Lescarboura, Austin C. (Austin Celestin), 1891-
Subjects: Radio
Publisher: New York, Scientific American publishing company [etc.]
Contributing Library: Boston College Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries

View Book Page: Book Viewer
About This Book: Catalog Entry
View All Images: All Images From Book

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North Sea Gas
Event on 2018-10-05 18:30:00
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“Genuine, unpretentious, and spontaneous, with a fondness for storytelling and beautiful harmonies.” (Celtic Radio Boston) http://www.celticradio.net.

Guitars, mandolin, fiddle, bouzouki, harmonica, whistles, bodhrans, banjo, and good humour will fill the Highland Center for the Arts Main Stage when North Sea Gas returns, back by popular demand. Previously the recipients of “Album of the Year” from Celtic Radio Boston, North Sea Gas is one of Scotland’s most popular folk bands, with a reputation for rousing sing-along vocals, signature three-part harmonies, storytelling, and heartfelt ballads.

Main Stage

at Highland Center for the Arts
2875 Hardwick St
Greensboro, United States…

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Music in any form is peaceful. Be it rock, jazz, blue, hip hop or pop. Those who love music are always happy and they enjoy it from the core of their heart. They never miss the latest album of their favorite artist and they never miss a concert also. Such is the power of music and such is the popularity of these music stars. Internet is providing a lot of items related to music for the music lovers. Now you can bring home the musical genius of your choice in the form of music posters. The effect of music is quite magical and so many people love the music stars like God. For such people these posters can be a great gift.

Some online shops are selling attractive posters of rock stars, hip hop stars, reggae stars, music legends, rap artists, dance queens, commercial rock artists and also concert kings. These posters can be decorated in places like living room, study room or even bathroom. The whole ambiance of a concert is quite mesmerising and so music posters of concerts are very popular. Many people are lovers of rock which is catering to musical thirst of youngsters since time immemorial. Its quite tough to save oneself from its magic and so many people are buying rock posters. If you have ever been to a concert then you can well understand why it is so popular.

Everything about a concert is fascinating. The stars, ambiance, music and audience. If you love to be in a concert then you can buy music posters of concerts also. The beauty of such posters is timeless. You can also buy movie posters of the movie of your choice. All old classics and latest worldwide hits are available in the form of movie posters. Music and movie lovers are buying these posters for decorating music schools, living rooms, gyms, discos, bars and restaurants. The best part of poster selling website is that there you can choose, compare and buy poster of your choice. These music posters on high quality glossy paper, with photographs of legends can work as a great gift also.

So, make the wall of your place really rocking. Buy music posters and movie posters. This is the latest gift of online shopping.

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Patriots vs. Colts @ The Greatest Bar
Event on 2018-10-04 18:00:00
October 4th at The Greatest Bar Week 5 – Patriots vs. ColtsThe Indianapolis Colts come into Foxboro for primetime Thursday Night Football to take on the Pats. Andrew Luck and T.Y Hilton will look to outscore Tom Brady and Julian Edelman in Edelman's return from suspension.  Who's gunna come out on top? Come find out on the biggest screen in Boston!  There’s no other place to watch the greatest team play other than at The Greatest Bar.  E-Mail us to book a Table Reservation at: AvaVIPlist@gmail.com For all other questions:Text or Call: Ava 617–755-9577BostonVIPList@gmail.comBostonVIPList.comFollow us on Twitter: @BostonVIPListOn Instagram: @BostonVIPListLike us on FaceBook: FaceBook.com/BostonVIPList   THE GREATEST BAR | 262 FRIEND ST | BOSTON

at The Greatest Bar
262 Friend Street
Boston, United States…

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A few nice boston college images I found:

Image from page 169 of “Sub turri = Under the tower : the yearbook of Boston College” (1913)
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Image by Internet Archive Book Images
Identifier: subturriundertow1980bost
Title: Sub turri = Under the tower : the yearbook of Boston College
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: Boston College
Subjects: Boston College Boston College
Publisher: [Boston] : The College
Contributing Library: Boston College Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries

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About This Book: Catalog Entry
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Text Appearing Before Image:
Thomas F. Lamb Jr. Arts & SciencesB.A. Political ScienceEconomics Barbara C. Lambert Arts & SciencesB.A. French John F. Lambert School of EducationB.A. ElementaryEducation Joseph Lambert Arts & SciencesB.A. Political ScienceSpeech Communication Catherine M. Lacey Diane S. Lacity School of Management School of Education B.S. Computer Science B.A. Elementary Accounting Education

Text Appearing After Image:
Antonio G. Lafuente Arts & SciencesB.A. Political Science Gregory J. Lagrotteria Arts & SciencesB.A. Economics 166 Seniors Walter L. Landergan Daniel J. Landers Arts & Sciences School of Management B.A. English B.S. Accounting Suzanne E. Landue School of Management Annemarle Laporta B.S. Computer Science School of Nursing Marketing B.S. Nursing

Note About Images
Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability – coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.

Ducks
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Image by aaron.knox
In the Chestnut Hill Reservoir. Boston College is in the background.…

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Symposium on Art for Inclusion
Event on 2018-10-03 00:00:00
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This innovative symposium and pop-up artist exhibition will showcase the work of Arts Connect International’s Artist Leaders; catalyzing conversations on inclusion in our Boston community and beyond. All of ACI’s Artist Leaders work as change agents nationally and internationally through his/her art form. This one day symposium is designed to whet the proverbial appetite in imagining a more inclusive world, promoting cross-sector and multi-disciplinary approaches to building and supporting inclusive environments. Environments where collaboration is paramount, where innovation is innate, and where acceptance and celebration of diversity rests at the core. (*Artist After Party taking place post symposium for informal mingling and conversation from 6-8pm*).

at Harvard Graduate School of Education
13 Appian Way
Cambridge, United States…

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BRAINTREE, MA and BREWSTER, MA…

In what’s become its own holiday tradition, Boston Pack and Ship, a small load shipping specialist, donated 300 boxes, tape and other packing supplies to Cape Cod Cares for Our Troops for its annual Christmas Care Packages drive.

Cape Cod Cares For Our Troops is a non-profit organization started in 2005 by then 12-year-old Dylan DeSilva of Brewster, Mass. Cape Cod Cares for Our Troops sends care packages to U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan on a weekly basis. For the holidays, Cape Cod Cares For Our Troops holds a special Christmas Care Package drive. This year’s goal is to send 1000 care packages to U.S. soldiers overseas.

“We’ve been involved with Cape Cod Cares For Our Troops for a few years now. It’s one of those causes where it’s never a question of whether or not we can help, but how much,” said Joe Fell, co-owner of Boston Pack and Ship.

In addition to Boston Pack and Ship’s donation, the small load shipping specialist recruited its vendor, Collin Box & Supply, of Easton, Mass., to sell the remainder of the boxes needed by Cape Cod Cares For Our Troops, 800, at cost.

“We receive a number of these requests, almost on a weekly basis, and it’s an easy one to say yes to,” said Paul Murphy of Collin Box & Supply. “My daughter is with the Air Force and will soon be deployed overseas. I’m grateful for the efforts of groups like Cape Cod Cares For Our Troops for their support of the men and women overseas serving our country.”

Cape Cod Cares for Our Troops will host a packing party for the Christmas Care Packages on November 21 and 22 at the Trowbridge Tavern, 100 Trowbridge Road in Bourne. People interested in volunteering to wrap, can call (508) 896-6424 or (774) 216-9052 or send an e-mail to capecod4thetroops@comcast.net

Cape Cod Cares For Our Troops regularly sends care packages to U.S. Troops overseas and accepts donations year round. Those interested contributing to the care packages can find a list of items and drop-off locations on www.capecod4thetroops.com. Cape Cod Cares for Our Troops also accepts monetary contributions to help with the cost of supplies and postage. Checks can be sent to: Cape Cod Cares for the Troops, 1831 Long Pond Rd.  Brewster, MA  02631.

“We’d like to thank Boston Pack and Ship, Collin Box & Supply and all our other sponsors and contributors for their generosity,” said DeSilva, now 16. “One thousand care packages is a mighty ambitious goal, but with the help of all our volunteers and contributors, we can and will accomplish this mission.”

For more information on Cape Cod Cares For Our Troops, please visit www.capecod4troops.com. For more information on the breadth of Boston Pack and Ship’s services, you can visit the company Web site at www.bostonpackandship.com. For a free quote on an out-of-state or international move or shipment, please call (800) 400-7204.

Small load specialists

Boston Pack and Ship, a small load specialist, has been a trusted strategic partner of many movers in eastern Massachusetts for more than two decades. Based in Braintree, Massachusetts, Boston Pack and Ship employs custom crates and packaging and foam-in-place solutions to pack and ship everything from artwork to heirlooms, computers to antiques to both out-of-state and international destinations. Known for its fast and efficient customer service, one call is usually all it takes to schedule a pickup for a door-to-door or door-to-port shipment. For more information, visit www.bostonpackandship.com or call (800) 400-7204 for a free quote.

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A Home of Her Own – Zipporah Potter Atkins
Event on 2018-10-02 18:30:00
In 1670 a free black woman bought a house and land in Boston, at a time when few women or people of color could own land in the New World. This unusual purchase makes Zipporah Potter Atkins the first black female property owner on record in Boston. Dr. Vivian Johnson, Boston University associate professor emerita of education, will talk about her extraordinary discovery and continuing research into the life of Zipporah Potter Atkins and how this colonial woman was able to navigate the oppressive social straits of early New England and acquire a home of her own. (3-D rendering by Zachary Ingalls, based on historical documentation of the region)    Tickets: general admission and for LGH members* plus a small processing fee.    *Individual Membership holders are entitled to one ticket at members-only price, Family Memberships can purchase two tickets at members-only price. All additional Tickets must be purchased at General Admission price.    — Want to take advantage of Members-Only ticket prices and support an important community resource – the Loring Greenough House? JOIN TODAY!

at Loring-Greenough House
12 South Street
Jamaica Plain, United States…

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