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Bamboo for sale...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joseph Porcelli (Chief Neighbor) Sep 1, 2011. 1 Reply

Just wanted to let all you gardeners that I'm selling fresh bamboo if anyone is interested.   I'll cut them to order and have a variety of diameter's.  Basically it's $1 a foot, but could be less for…Continue

Tags: Bamboo

Movement@Berklee Helps The Hyde Square Task Force Find Its Own Rhythm.

Started Apr 23, 2011 0 Replies

Berklee professor and JP resident Ernesto Diaz along with students from Berklee joined a group of musicians from the Hyde Square Task Force to expand their percussion skills, learn the history of the…Continue

Tags: Movement@Berklee, The, JPVoice, Diaz, Ernesto

Casey Overpass Renovation Gets Underway

Started Apr 13, 2011 0 Replies

Transportation officials say the Casey Overpass must come down. They say years of neglect make it too expensive to repair. Now the neighborhood faces the big questions: What will be built in its…Continue

Tags: MassDOT, SNA, JPVoice, The, Overpass

Forest Hills Cemetery

Started Dec 7, 2009 0 Replies

I'm working on a video project about the Forest Hills Cemetery and am looking to interview people showing and talking about their favorite places on the grounds and why the cemetery is a special…Continue

Tags: favorite, places, video, Cemetery, Hills

 

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Joseph Porcelli (Chief Neighbor) replied to Jason Marder's discussion Bamboo for sale...
"Can you show us pictures?"
Sep 1, 2011
Jason Marder posted a discussion

Bamboo for sale...

Just wanted to let all you gardeners that I'm selling fresh bamboo if anyone is interested.   I'll cut them to order and have a variety of diameter's.  Basically it's $1 a foot, but could be less for the smaller diameter pieces.   If anyone is interested, please feel free to email me at jasonmarder@mac.com Thanks. Jason See More
Aug 31, 2011
Jason Marder posted a discussion

Movement@Berklee Helps The Hyde Square Task Force Find Its Own Rhythm.

Berklee professor and JP resident Ernesto Diaz along with students from Berklee joined a group of musicians from the Hyde Square Task Force to expand their percussion skills, learn the history of the instruments, and work together to find their groove. Check out the full story at The JPVoice.  www.thejpvoice.com  See More
Apr 23, 2011
Jason Marder posted a discussion

Casey Overpass Renovation Gets Underway

Transportation officials say the Casey Overpass must come down. They say years of neglect make it too expensive to repair. Now the neighborhood faces the big questions: What will be built in its place and how will that be done?Check out the story at The JPVoice.  www.thejpvoice.comSee More
Apr 13, 2011
Rick Stockwood and Jason Marder are now friends
Mar 20, 2011
Jason Marder posted a blog post

JP Serves Up Community Support for Same Old Place

Just days after violence shattered the peace along Centre St.,JP-residents grabbed lunch at Fred Ciampa’s Same Old Place showing theirconcern and support for the restaurant, its staff, and theneighborhood.Organized by Neighbors For Neighbors Joseph Porcelli, customers wore name-tags, proudly stood in line waiting to order and demonstrate their resolve to stand together against the latest round of violence to strike Boston.Check out the full story at The JPVoice.…See More
Nov 25, 2010
Jason Marder posted a blog post

Fighting Climate Change and The Recession - JP Gets Weatherized

Is your home weatherized? Have you had an energy audit? Have you started a new career in the Green Economy? We tagged along on an energy audit and spoke with some who believe they're being shut out of the new green economy. Check out the full story at The JPVoice. www.thejpvoice.comSee More
Nov 23, 2010
Joseph Porcelli (Chief Neighbor) commented on Jason Marder's blog post Matt O'Malley Wins District 6 City Council Seat.
"Thanks for continuing to share your work with us here. I also appreciate that you are now including excerpts too. Joseph"
Nov 19, 2010
Jason Marder posted a blog post

Matt O'Malley Wins District 6 City Council Seat.

Winning just under 60% of the vote Matt O’Malley defeated James W. Hennigan to win the special election and will take over from John Tobin as the next City Councilor from Boston’s District 6. O’Malley will hit the ground running and one of his first official tasks may be deciding the political fate of fellow councilor Chuck Turner. Turner was recently convicted of Federal corruption charges.O’Malley spoke at the Milky Way in front of over 100 supporters telling the crowd he will not let them…See More
Nov 17, 2010
Jason Marder posted a blog post

Arborway Yard Renovation Plans Nearly Complete - Minus Funding and Development Deal...

After 12-years of work between the MBTA, City and the Community plans for a permanent Arborway Yard bus facility on Washington St. are nearing completion. But without funding the MBTA says the future of the project rests in hands of the community. Learn the full story at The JPVoice. www.thejpvoice.comSee More
Nov 6, 2010
Jason Marder posted a blog post
Oct 27, 2010
Jason Marder posted a blog post

Energy Audit

Is anyone having an energy audit or has anyone had one and would like to talk about it for a video story that I'm producing on weatherization for The JPVoice (www.thejpvoice.com) and the programs available that offer subsidies to weatherize homes in the Boston area.If you could let me know it would be great.Thanks.Jason617-817-5040See More
Oct 19, 2010
Joseph Porcelli (Chief Neighbor) commented on Jason Marder's blog post Meet JP's next city councilor at The JPVoice.
"Thanks for your work on this Jason!"
Oct 15, 2010
Jason Marder posted a blog post

Meet JP's next city councilor at The JPVoice.

Boston City Council's District 6 Special Election is this Tuesday, Oct. 19. Five candidates are running for JP's city council seat. We've posted interviews with all the candidates, check out The JPVoice to meet them and see what they stand for. www.thejpvoice.com
Oct 15, 2010
Jason Marder posted a blog post

JP Open Studios, Opens Up JP!

Visitors and artists alike got a chance to explore the the community, see the latest creations and learn about the art being created around them. Check out The JPVoice for the full story. www.thejpvoice.comSee More
Oct 8, 2010
Jason Marder posted a blog post

Fences Make Good Neighbors in JP

Check out the full story of the South St. Mall renovations at The JPVoice. www.thejpvoice.comSee More
Sep 29, 2010

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JP Serves Up Community Support for Same Old Place

Posted on November 25, 2010 at 6:00am 0 Comments

Just days after violence shattered the peace along Centre St.,

JP-residents grabbed lunch at Fred Ciampa’s Same Old Place showing their

concern and support for the restaurant, its staff, and the

neighborhood.



Organized by Neighbors For Neighbors Joseph Porcelli, customers wore name-tags, proudly stood in line waiting to order and demonstrate their resolve to stand together against

the latest round of violence to strike…

Continue

Fighting Climate Change and The Recession - JP Gets Weatherized

Posted on November 23, 2010 at 6:53am 0 Comments

Is your home weatherized? Have you had an energy audit? Have you started a new career in the Green Economy?

We tagged along on an energy audit and spoke with some who believe they're being shut out of the new green economy.

Check out the full story at The JPVoice. www.thejpvoice.com

Matt O'Malley Wins District 6 City Council Seat.

Posted on November 17, 2010 at 2:13pm 1 Comment

Winning just under 60% of the vote Matt O’Malley defeated James W. Hennigan to win the special election and will take over from John Tobin as the next City Councilor from Boston’s District 6. O’Malley will hit the ground running and one of his first official tasks may be deciding the political fate of fellow councilor Chuck Turner. Turner was recently convicted of Federal corruption charges.



O’Malley spoke at the Milky Way in front of over 100 supporters telling the crowd he will not… Continue

Arborway Yard Renovation Plans Nearly Complete - Minus Funding and Development Deal...

Posted on November 6, 2010 at 6:05pm 0 Comments

After 12-years of work between the MBTA, City and the Community plans for a permanent Arborway Yard bus facility on Washington St. are nearing completion. But without funding the MBTA says the future of the project rests in hands of the community.

Learn the full story at The JPVoice. www.thejpvoice.com

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At 2:12pm on November 14, 2009, Joseph Porcelli (Chief Neighbor) said…
Welcome Jason,

We're glad you joined us on Jamaica Plain's soundboard for voices and springboard for action!

Now that you've joined, please read, post, reply, think about, share, attend, and create anything you wish - if something does not exist that you want - START IT!

We're a volunteer run community group run by and for each other. Check out the Community Advocates group for roles that need to be filled and also check out the JP Volunteers group to find out what other organization in JP need help with.

We'd also really appreciate it if you'd invited your JP friends and neighbors to join us. You can do that here - http://jamaicaplain.neighborsforneighbors.org/main/invitation/new

Blogs - http://jamaicaplain.neighborsforneighbors.org/profiles/blog/list
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Thanks Joseph
 
 
 

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