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T-shirts for a cause

Mo Hanley – a local photographer –  has created a new t-shirt featuring local landmarks wearing masks in an effort to raise money for local organizations doing good in our neighborhoods!  You can learn more here! 

It’s Oktoberfest at Dorchester Brewing Co.

Dorchester Brewing Co. is hosting an Oktoberfest celebration from Saturday, September 26th through Saturday, October 3rd! However, it may look a little bit different this year. The tap room will continue with socially distanced seating with contactless ordering but will also be offering DBco Fest Bier lager, limited edition glassware, a special Oktoberfest food menu from M&M BBQ, live music and a decorated Beer Hall that makes you feel as though you were in Munich! PS Show up in authentic German gear (Lederhosen or Dirndl) and get a very special prize!

Be on the Lookout

Keep an eye out for these happy “doodles” in the neighborhood!  Artist Jon Burgerman latest work titled ‘Looking Out For Each Other’ tackles an urban landscape to create a series of fun, light-hearted characters to bring the community together during  a time of continued physical distancing.  You can learn more about this art display here! 

Seaport Business News

Flight Club – a dart social club located at 60 Seaport Blvd. is back in business!  Please take note of our new hours: Mon & Tue: Closed Wed & Thur: 4pm – 11pm, Fri: 4pm – 12am, Sat: 12pm – 12am Sun: 12pm – 9pm.  For more information visit their website. The Current is also slowly opening and Showcase Icon Seaport has temporarily closed.  

An apartment and a job

The Greater Ashmont Main Street is looking for a new executive director.  You can see the job listing here.

You can rent a single family home at 197 Maple Street in West Roxbury! Excellent living in this expansive three level single family featuring 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. See the listing here!

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