Little Amal Comes to Egleston Square

This past Saturday, Company One Theater and The Walk Productions brought Little Amal, the 12 foot puppet of a 10 year old Syrian refugee child, to Egleston Square.  On his Instagram, Egleston neighbor Zack DeClerk wrote, “Little Amal made a stop in our neighborhood as she walks across the U.S. from Boston to San Diego.…

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2023 Main Street Now Conference Highlights

From BNN Egleston Square Main Street Gives Out-of-Towners from National Main Street Conference a Glimpse of Neighborhood Local Businesses March 27- 29, 2023 Boston Main Streets welcomed visitors from the National Main Street conference to explore communities and exchange ideas. (Segment begins at 00:07:27, ends 00:12:37) Featured during the Egleston Square Main Street Mobile Workshop:…

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News About the Egleston Square Peace Garden

Alumni, students, teachers, and friends of Greater Egleston High School, a co-founder of the Egleston Square Peace Garden, hold up a painting entitled "Keep the Peace" to show their support.

With advocacy and support from many of you here in Egleston Square and beyond, the City of Boston has been in conversations with property owners Clear Channel Outdoor over the past year about acquiring the Egleston Square Peace Garden property to re-design and renovate as a permanent community park. The City invited Peace Garden advocates…

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