The Huntington News

Greenway to get healthy food vendors

April 14, 2010

By Emily Cassel The Rose F. Kennedy Greenway Conservancy has launched a one-year pilot program that would introduce healthy, “green” food vendors along the Greenway by the summer of 2010. The...

Beehive boasts eclectic mix

April 8, 2010

By Jillian Saftel As a music venue, restaurant and gallery space, The Beehive serves as a melting pot for the arts with a distinctly bohemian atmosphere. What was once a boiler room now combines...

City Council moves to ban Segways

April 8, 2010

By Alan Franciose There are many ways to tour Boston's famous and historic sites: By bike, by foot, by trolley and even by Segway. That last means of transportation however is drawing controversy...

City receives grant to improve health

April 8, 2010

By Julia Reading City of Boston has received $12.5 million in federal grants to decrease smoking and reduce obesity in Boston said Mayor Thomas Menino on March 19. In addition to improving public...

Brattle offers alternative to mainstream movie theatres

April 1, 2010

By Jillian Saftel The Brattle Theatre offers more than the average mainstream theatre, with showings ranging from classic to independent and foreign films. Located on 40 Brattle St. in Cambridge,...

Google broadband could come to Boston

April 1, 2010

By Sarah Moomaw The City of Boston could soon become the recipient of a new high speed broadband service provided by Google called Google Fiber, pending an application submitted on behald of the City...

El Pelon rises from the ashes

March 25, 2010

By Sarah Moomaw, News correspondent The screams of refried beans hitting sizzling hot pans is rock solid proof that the kitchen is up and running at El Pelon’s new Brighton location, 2197 Commonwealth...

Students clean up the Fens

March 25, 2010

By Amanda Cedrone The Boston Red Sox, Northeastern students and Fenway residents will be teaming up to clean the Fenway neighborhood as part of Boston Shines 365, Mayor Thomas Menino’s year-round,...

Budget constraints force BPL to cut services, hours

March 17, 2010

By Emily Cassel, News Correspondent Some Bostonians are protesting the news that the Boston Public Library (BPL) may be consolidating, or closing, up to 10 of its 26 branches, following two years of...

MBTA recieves federal grant for repairs

March 17, 2010

By Amanda Cedrone, News Staff The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) will receive $54.1 million in federal grants to be used for operating assistance and repair improvements at various Orange...

Gardner Museum a trip back in time

March 11, 2010

by Jillian Saftel, News Correspondent While the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is only a 10 minute walk from Northeastern, the minute you step inside it feels like you’ve traveled centuries past...

Wentworth students present models for West Fens streets

March 11, 2010

by Amanda Cedrone, News Staff Students at the Wentworth Institute of Technology presented 3-D models representing their visions for the redesign for areas of the West Fenway, specifically Peterborough...

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