Tag Archives: Region: Greater Boston

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Massachusetts Sings Happy Birthday to BSO Legend Seiji Ozawa on his 85th Birthday

Happy Birthday Seiji Ozawa, the legendary Music Director of Boston Symphony Orchestra (1973-2002) and now Music Director Laureate, who turns 85 years young today. The Boston Symphony Orchestra joined organizations worldwide closely affiliated with Seiji Ozawa—including the New Japan Philharmonic, Carnegie Hall, Vienna Philharmonic, Seiji Ozawa Matsumoto Festival, Seiji Ozawa Music […]

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NOAA AWARDS RESEARCH GRANTS TO FOUR MASSACHUSETTS COMPANIES TO DEVELOP NEW AQUACULTURE & MARINE SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

Photo courtesy of Ward Aquafarms in North Falmouth, MA Congratulations to four Massachusetts companies that received grants from the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to support the development of innovative technology for aquaculture, commercial and recreational fisheries, weather prediction, earth and ocean observations and modeling. In total, NOAA awarded […]

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Restaurateurs Promote Boston Black Restaurant Month in August

The Boston Black Hospitality Coalition has initiated an inaugural Boston Black Restaurant Month in August to celebrate Black-owned restaurants and bars throughout the greater Boston area. The 70+ Black-owned restaurants and bars are spread across Boston’s diverse neighborhoods and in nearby cities Cambridge and Somerville. Organizers are urging local residents […]

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Boston Red Sox Play Home Opener at Fenway Park Tonight

The Boston Red Sox open the 2020 major league baseball season at Fenway Park tonight against the Baltimore Orioles.  Nathan Eovaldi is expected to be the starting pitcher for the Sox, while Tommy Milone gets the nod for the Orioles. Projected lineup: 1) Andrew Benintendi, LF 2) J.D. Martinez, DH 3) Rafael Devers, 3B 4) Xander Bogaerts, SS […]

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Boston Issues Phase 3 Reopening Guidance for Cultural Venues, Historic Sites, Outdoor Events & Visitor Destinations

Boston Sky Line – Kyle Klein Photography Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced today industry-specific reopening guidance for businesses included in Step One of Phase III of the four-phase Reopening Massachusetts plan, which begins Monday, July 13 in the City of Boston. An interdepartmental working group has published a framework for […]

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Massachusetts Awards Marketing Grants to Support Local Seafood Industry

The Baker-Polito Administration today announced $50,616 in grant funding to three projects to help the Commonwealth’s local seafood industry sell fresh, locally-caught products to Massachusetts consumers through promotion and awareness campaigns. The grants, awarded through the Division of Marine Fisheries’ (DMF) Seafood Marketing Grant Program, will enhance the viability and […]

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Boston Restaurants Move to Outdoor Seating as Part of Reopening Massachusetts

Sea Grille at Rowes Wharf, Boston Harbor Hotel In Phase II of the Reopening Massachusetts plan, restaurants in Massachusetts are permitted to offer outdoor table service by meeting mandatory safety standards and recommended best practices starting the week of June 8, 2020, The Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau (GBCVB) […]

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