Monthly Archives: March 2015

Eastie Native Vinny Prezioso is a Billboard Hit

March 4, 2015
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Eastie Native Vinny Prezioso is a Billboard Hit

If pop songwriter and producer, Vinny Prezioso, was stranded by the MBTA in Boston during a blizzard and forced to sculpt himself an igloo for shelter, he couldn’t survive without his acoustic guitar, laptop, and microphone. It would be a multi-story presidential suite of icy domes; complete with a television and two hot tubs...

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We Are One Community

March 4, 2015
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When hateful notes were found in the Shirley Avenue in Revere last week – notes that were threatening to Muslims – the city rallied and responded in an extraordinary way. First of all, the Revere Police responded to the situation with the utmost seriousness. While the specific threats on the notes, which purported to...

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Congratulations East Boston Hockey and Boys Basketball Teams on Their Successful Seasons

March 4, 2015
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We begin by joining the East Boston sports community in congratulating EBHS hockey coach Bob Anthony and his team on winning the 2015 Boston City League championship. The Jets’ overtime victory over Latin Academy truly was one of the highlights of the winter season for the EBHS athletic program. The team fought hard against...

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Sports 03-04-2015

March 4, 2015
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Eastie Jets lose heartbreaker 57-56 to St. John’s Prep The East Boston Jets boys basketball team lost a heartbreaker, 57-56, last Friday night, Feb. 27, during the Division 1 North quarterfinals against St. John’s Prep in Danvers. After keeping the score close most of the game, the Jets put on the afterburners and made...

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Obituaries 03-04-2015

March 4, 2015
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Suzanne ‘Sue’ Palma East Boston Community Activist Suzanne M. “Sue” Palma of East Boston died on February 28. Founder of East Boston Golden Age and the first woman president of the Kiwanis Club of East Boston, she moved on to be the the first female LT Governor of Division 14 of Kiwaniis. Sue was...

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Closing in on A Million: Real Estate Prices Continue to Climb to New Highs

March 4, 2015
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Months after a loft on Marion Street set a new sales record for East Boston another luxury Eagle Hill listing is on the market for close to $1 million. The Civil War-era brick home at 39 Princeton St is listed for $939,000–well over the Zillow estimate of $485,000. The home, being marketed by realtor...

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