Memorial Day Observances
The Boston Parks and Recreation Department has announced several Memorial Day observances taking place in City-owned parks and cemeteries.
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Calendar of events
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute recognizes South End resident for service
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute recognized Gerald Garlitz, RT, of the South End for his dedication to Dana-Farber during its annual Staff Service Award Ceremony on April 3.
Children’s Programming for May, June and July at South End Library in full swing
Leave room in your summer schedule for these exciting programs at the South End Library.
South End resident awarded Doctor of Humane Letters degree
Longtime South End resident, Gary Bailey, MSW, ACSW was awarded a Doctor of Humane Letters degree, honoris causa, by the University of Connecticut.
The South End Reads
Alice Hoffman, Tuesday, May 21, 6:30 p.m.
South Enders attend Boston Health Care for the Homeless gala
The Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program hosted its 4th annual "Medicine That Matters" gala at the Sheraton Boston Hotel on Monday, April 29th.
Gay Man Participates in AIDS Walk & 5K Run In Honor Of Older Cousin Who Was An Early Victim of AIDS
For the last seven years, Michael Fitta has raised money for the AIDS Walk Boston & 5K Run in honor of his older cousin Jack who died of AIDS in 1985. Jack was just 40 years old and living in San Francisco when he succumbed, officially, to pneumonia.
Red Cross supports disaster response after Boston Marathon tragedy
With the help of more than 300 volunteers, the American Red Cross of Eastern Massachusetts has supported hundreds of first responders, mourners, injured individuals and affected family members since the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15.
Open audition for Crabby dogs
Does your dog dream of a life on the stage, performing for tens of thousands of people?