Dorchester Park Goats For Good!!

via Fundraiser by Lisa Ahern : Dorchester Park Goats For Good!! The members of the Dorchester Park Association have taken the initiative to bring goats into the Park to help control the invasive weed species that are threatening to take over this historic landscape. Designed in the late 1800’s by Frederick Law Olmsted, the Park…

Weekend Picks – July 27th – Caught In Dot

Eat: Enjoy breakfast or lunch at Caffe Zia Gianna this weekend!  Caffe Zia Gianna serves up an authentic Italian breakfast and lunch. The coffee selection features items like espresso con panna, caffe mocha, and Espresso Affogato. For those of you less adventurous, there is also American coffee on the menu. For breakfast you can feast on delicious omelettes…

Pear Square Art Fair – Caught In Dot

Enjoy an afternoon of art, music, food and fun on Saturday, July 21st from 12pm-8pm at Richardson Park – right near the giant pear sculpture at columbia Road and East Cottage Street. Browse 14+ local art vendors featuring fused glass, leatherwork, painting and more! There will also be live pop, rock, and world music performances!…

Food Truck Safari | Franklin Park Zoo

Saturday, June 30, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.   Join us as food trucks from all over Greater Boston roll into Franklin Park Zoo for a deliciously wild evening! Guests will have the opportunity to purchase tasty offerings while enjoying music, activities, and the Zoo’s amazing animals after hours! For guests 21+, stop by the beer…

A Quick Tour: Boston, MA

Originally posted on Life Travel Soul:
Hi everyone! My husband and I joined a one-day bus trip to Boston, Massachusetts. Our bus left Albany, NY at 7 am and arrived at 10 am in Boston. We only have 9 hours to explore the city, so we planned to visit Quincy Market/Faneuil Hall and the must-see…

11th Annual Boston GreenFest

Boston GreenFest is excited to bring you this wonderful free three-day festival at Boston City Hall Plaza and Faneuil Hall.  Come share ideas and celebrate with us as we  transform the plaza into a fun interactive community space . via 11th Annual Boston GreenFest FRIDAY-SUNDAY, AUGUST 3-5, 2018 – BOSTON CITY HALL PLAZA & FANEUIL…

Two good reasons to sell your property right now

Have you ever wish you knew something then what you know now? What would happen if you missed an opportunity that could cost you for years? If you have asked yourself the questions above and you own property, continue reading! ? Reason No. 1: Sellers’ Market As an owner of a property. It is quite relevant…

Bill Forry – Dot Day: When the world passes by along Dot Ave.

This will be the first time in a number of years that I’ll get a chance to actually watch the Dorchester Day Parade. For the last dozen or so years, I’ve been a participant, marching with my wife, Linda, and our kids. Now that she has left the political stage, she won’t be running up…

So You Want to Live in Dorchester – Boston Magazine

by MADELINE BILIS· 5/22/2018, 1:00 p.m. Dorchester is a cultural and architectural melting pot, with rich history and excellent restaurants sprinkled in. At six square miles, Dorchester is also Boston’s largest neighborhood. It’s divided into more than a dozen pocket neighborhoods, each with its own distinct personality. (Count ’em: Uphams Corner, Savin Hill, Fields Corner, Jones Hill, Codman…

Five Simple Steps of purchasing of a Home

Buying a home at a glance can appear overwhelming. From the financial commitment, to the buying process and the moving process, the list can go on and vary from person to person. However, on the other side, homeownership can be very, very rewarding. There is nothing like owning your own space and really making it…