What was the status, in regards to Dominos Pizza trying to open up a Fast Food Chain Store in Jamaica Plain? I will not step foot into that type of establishment. If they somehow manage to open up, to close them down, don't give them any business.
If I am craving Pizza, then I will go to Bella Luna
1st Floor of Owner Occupied 3 Family
Pond side Jamaica Plain
5 ROOMS – 2 bedrooms, LR, DR, eat in kitchen
Good history with Partners’ interns/residents
Pets okay - Veterinarian living on 2nd floor
Spacious open design
Ceiling fans throughout
Easy to clean windows
Freshly painted in neutral colors
Big bright kitchen
Living room and master bedroom have bay windows.
Dining Room has built in China hutch
Eat in kitchen… Continue
Added by Kathy on August 25, 2009 at 5:34pm —
I Just wanted to extend another invitation to any women that are interested in an effective exercise program that delivers results. The Fall Session of the Women's Program at CrossFit Boston is beginning on September 1st. There will be a free informational meeting on Saturday August, 22 at 10am.… Continue
Added by Jen Kelly on August 17, 2009 at 11:25am —
Stop by and meet our newest farmer from Concord, Massachusetts: Millbrook Farm. They'll be bringing beautiful blueberries, peaches and nectarines; gorgeous beans, corn and summer squash -- just to name a few!
And if you're interested in the perfect August recipe to celebrate all that the farmers' market has to offer, THINK GAZPACHO!
Just a heads up but does anyone who has any knowledge of this issue want to have a meeting to enlighten what is going onand what is on the table.I am willing to host a meeting at my place if there is any interest.
Just a bit about my prejudices. My father was a surgeon for 10 years in the British National Health Service and then head of a hospital in Saudi Arabia. My brother, who came to the US seeking treatment but was advised to return to the UK, recently passed away after… Continue
CrossFit Boston is about to begin the Fall Session of our Women's Program, entitled "Who Are You Becoming." This program is designed specifically for women and addresses the physical as well as the mental and emotional aspects of getting fit. Three days a week we will be working out using the CrossFit method. CrossFit incorporates bodyweight movements, weightlifting and cardio exercises. These movements are combined into short and intense workouts that result in fat loss, and strength. This… Continue
Added by Jen Kelly on August 10, 2009 at 1:47pm —
I've been in JP just over a year now, formerly a resident of Allston/Brighton for nearly 10 years, and have not had much luck finding a great breakfast sandwich. I'm over near Forest Hills but would travel for a great sandwich. I used to eat egg & cheese sandwiches all the time, normally picking one up and running to catch the T. Would still like to! And yes, I also have a food blog (http://www.fussy-eater.com).
I agree we don't need a fast food chain food places in J.P. That is one of the reasons why I moved here, to avoid big companies with food that is processed/runs small comanies out of business. Lets surport the places we have and if they do manage to set up a Dominos, if no one goes to eat there then they will have to leave due to no sales.
Added by Donna on August 5, 2009 at 1:19pm —
My name is Daniel Perez Lacera and I am seeking support in an effort to have my name appear on the ballot for the 2009 Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council AT-LARGE Election.
I live and work in Jamaica Plain, and my desire is to dedicate my time and energy to the continued success and development of the Jamaica Plain community. Even in my professional life I strive for community development not only within Jamaica Plain but also nationally as the National Operations Manager of a… Continue
I want a pantry. What I have is one cupboard above my counter top, a 1/2 cupboard above my stove, and another 1/2 cupboard above my icebox -- better known in these parts as a fridge. Oh, and I have a standard, apartment-sized fridge and freezer.
Let me explain. To me, pantries are where you go to play with food. What you have or keep or have easy access to -- that's what you get to play with in your kitchen.