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Blizzard Preparation Tips

Blizzard Preparation Tips

The impending storm slated to begin this evening is being described as a "crippling" and "historic" by the National Weather service.  The blizzard is expected to bring up to 2 feet of snow, high wind gustsand scattered power outages.  In preparation, Brookline and state agencies have prepared a number of sources for information and help.


Community Meetings Scheduled To Discuss Coolidge Corner Branch Library

The Board of Trustees of the Public Library of Brookline has begun the process of evaluating the Coolidge Corner Branch as it considers options for improvements to the Branch. A written library building program, which will serve as the guide for future planning will be created from this evaluation.

You're a Grownup Now...Don't Panic!

You're a Grownup Now...Don't Panic!

You’ve seen the ads with this statement accompanying the black and white photos of hip young adults clad in sweaters, scarves and plenty of facial hair. If you’ve passed the brick and mortar on your way through Washington Square, it’s very likely you have stopped to ask yourself what exactly is Society of Grownups, one of Brookline’s most recent neighborhood additions.

Brattle Premieres Local Indie Film Shot in Brookline

Thursday evening the Brattle will feature “the loudest sound”, an independent film by Brookline resident Director Jason Miller. The film depicts a young Boston couple and the breaking of their three-year bond by addiction and betrayal through the visual interchange between color and black and white.

1980 Comedy Airplane! Excellent Choice For Coolidge Theater’s Science On Screen

How much science is actually in "Airplane!", the 1980 classic disaster comedy? Not much, as most of the plot centers on a love story—boy loses girl, boy chases girl, boy becomes a hero, boy wins girl. Rated by Bravo as one of the funniest comedies of all time, the film’s satire is a response to the many popular catastrophe films of the 70s, and plays on a common fear of the rare flight crash. Satire and romance aside, it is the film’s close-ups of the operations within the B-707 cockpit and representation of technical and communication errors between the crew and air traffic control that make it a surprisingly excellent choice for the Coolidge Corner Theater’s lecture series Science on Screen?.

Brookline Public Library Features Local Artist Marlena Hewitt's Dancers

The striking paintings of local artist Marlena Hewitt, a current art instructor at the Brookline Adult & Community Education Program, are on display at the main Brookline Public Library until January 4th.

Boston Local History Series Highlights Early Theater But Misses Mark On Race

Boston would be missing a heartbeat essential to the city’s very essence if not for the flashing neon and moving picture billboards calling city dwellers into seats of the thriving theater district. For over a hundred and fifty years Boston’s theater history has boasted tens of thousands of performances with some of America’s finest actors. Wednesday night, the Boston Public Library’s Local & Family History Lecture Series featured a timeline of Boston’s theaters and its early performers given by New England native and theater expert Susan Roberts.

Despite An Improved Economy, More Families Relying On Brookline Pantry

Today in Brookline 750 households rely on Brookline’s Emergency Food Pantry to stay afloat. The number of households has increased by 150 since May. The sharp rise is due to what the pantry’s Director Rene Feuerman believes to be an equal share of an intensified effort toward outreach and an increase in need.

Talking to Mai Le Libman, Creator of Savione

November 29, 2014: On this Small Business Saturday, Brookline Hub’s Jennifer Campaniolo talks to Mai Le Libman, creator of the web-based application Savione, which bills itself as “the easiest and best way to shop local stores.” Savione helps connect customers with small local businesses; it has a map and icons that show a store’s location and the products that are available there.

Beaver Country Day Students Show Ingenuity, Creativity in 3rd Annual Shark Day Competition

There’s nothing like a little healthy competition to exhibit the emerging talent of Greater Boston’s young people. For the 3rd year in a row, Brookline’s Beaver Country Day School held its own reality TV-style judging competition, Shark Day, in an effort to showcase their students’ creativity and entrepreneurial efforts.

NuVu Studio Students Have Olympic Dreams…For Boston in 2024

Will Boston be ready for a possible Olympics in 2024? Private investors are not the only group with hopes of bringing the games to the city.

The students of NuVu Studio recently devised a proposal for the 2024 Olympic Organizing Committee. A modern learning center in Cambridge, Nuvu offers themed, project-based programs for teens without the boundaries of a typical classroom space and grade-based evaluations. NuVu defines the purpose of the studio as a way to "teach students how to navigate the messiness of the creative process, from inception to completion."

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Brookline Events

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Sat Jan 31
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Community Service
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Public Skating
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Sat Jan 31 @11:00AM
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For Seniors
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Reporter Ted Reinstein to speak at Boylston Place
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Sun Feb 01
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Community Service
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Public Skating
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Sun Feb 01 @12:00PM
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Brookline Winter Farmer’s Market
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Sun Feb 01 @ 4:00PM
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Solo Piano & Chamber Music from Romantic to Contemporary