Mission Hill School
The Mission Hill School is a small preK-8 public pilot school within the Boston Public Schools. Founded in 1997 by Deborah Meier and colleagues, the school has received attention in books, articles, w...
Jamaica Pond
Jamaica Pond is a kettle pond, part of the Emerald Necklace of parks in Boston designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. The pond and park are in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, close to the bor...
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South End, Boston
The South End is a neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts.
The South End lies south of the Back Bay, northwest of South Boston, northeast of Roxbury, north of Dorchester, and southwest of Bay Villa...
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Pinebank Mansion
Pinebank Mansion was a Queen Anne-style house sited on a hill overlooking Jamaica Pond in Boston, Massachusetts. Built in 1868 by John Hubbard Sturgis, it was the only mansion retained by Frederick La...
SoWa
The SoWa district (South of Washington) is an area of Boston's South End known for its art galleries, restaurants, shops and open markets. Centered on the galleries, specialty shops and artist studios...
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South End Historical Society
The South End Historical Society or is a non-profit community organization founded in 1966, and dedicated to the preservation of the built environment and revitalization of the South End neighborhood...
Stonewall Miner
Stonewall Miner LLC was a company which planned the first retirement community for gays and lesbians in Boston history. In February 2011 it filed for bankruptcy before breaking ground.
English High School of Boston
71°06′34″W / 42.3063°N 71.1094°W / 42.3063; -71.1094The English High School of Boston, Massachusetts is one of the first public high schools in America, founded in 1821. Origi...
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Boston Young Men's Christian Association
The Boston Young Men's Christian Association (also known as "YMCA of Greater Boston") was founded in 1851 in Boston, Massachusetts, as the first American chapter of the YMCA.
The Young Men’s Chris...
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Gay Community News (Boston)
Gay Community News was a weekly journal published in Boston from 1973 to 1992 by the Bromfield Street Educational Foundation. Designed as a resource for the LGBT community, GCN reported a wide variety...
National Theatre, Boston (1911)
The National Theatre (1911-1978) of Boston, Massachusetts, was a 3,500-seat multipurpose auditorium on Tremont Street in the South End. It functioned as a cinema, lecture hall, and stage. Performers i...
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Bisexual Resource Center
The Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, that has served the bisexual community since 1985. Originally known as The...
Columbia Theatre (Boston)
The Columbia Theatre (1891-ca.1957) or Loew's New Columbia Theatre in Boston, Massachusetts, was a playhouse and cinema located in the South End at no.978 Washington Street. Charles Frohman, Isaac Bak...
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Franklin and Blackstone Squares
Blackstone and Franklin Squares are located in the South End of Boston, Massachusetts. Charles Bullfinch, who created the plan for the South End, originally intended the two squares to be one, callin...
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City Life/Vida Urbana
City Life/Vida Urbana (CL/VU, clvu.org) (est. 1973) commonly known as "City Life," is a social justice group in Boston, Massachusetts. Founded in 1973, a group of local residents and activists with ro...
Haffenreffer Brewery
The Haffenreffer Brewery, established in 1870, was a former brewer in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. The first Haffenreffer bottles were plate mold bottles and were produced by Karl Hutter of New York ...
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Jamaica Plain
Jamaica Plain is a neighborhood of 4.4 square miles (11 km) in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Founded by Boston Puritans seeking farm land to the south, it was originally part of the town of Roxbury...
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Forest Hills (Boston)
Forest Hills is a part of the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, United States.
As the name indicates, Forest Hills is characterized by hilly terrain and wooded areas within and ...
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Grand Opera House (Boston)
The Grand Opera House (est.1888) of Boston, Massachusetts, was a theatre in the South End. Architect George Snell designed the 2,600-seat building on Washington Street. Managers and proprietors includ...
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The Home for Little Wanderers
The Home for Little Wanderers is a private non-profit child and family service agency. It has been part of the Massachusetts landscape for more than 200 years, making it the oldest agency of its kind ...
Jamaicaway
Jamaicaway is a four-lane, undivided parkway in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts near the border of Brookline. The Jamaicaway was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted as part of ...
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Combahee River Collective
The Combahee River Collective was a Black feminist Lesbian organization active in Boston from 1974 to 1980. They are perhaps best known for developing the Combahee River Collective Statement, a key do...