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Curtis Hall Community Center
With a new Forest Hills location, Harvest Co-op continues its commitment to local products and community.
This local nonprofit provides nutritionally balanced meals to critically ill people and their families.
Business, Patch's House & Home
Agricultural Hall owner Bill Perkins introduces his new urban farming supply and education center on Jamaica Plain's Amory Street.
The South Street shop's owner Julia Culkin talks about the love behind the treats at Polka Dog Bakery.
At Streetcar Wine & Beer, owner Michael Dupuy aims to please, helping customers discover new libations alongside their time-tested favorites.
Bringing a passion for food and systems, CropCircle Kitchen's managing director keeps things running smoothly for the 40 food entrepreneurs sharing the incubator's space.
Nobel Garcia, proprietor of El Oriental de Cuba, talks about continuing Cuban culture in Jamaica Plain.
Green Street's Hatched says it was the first brick-and-mortar store in New England to carry cloth diapers, and caters to a clientele seeking organic, sustainable clothing and toys for newborns to age 8.
Local activist Orion Kriegman has been working with neighbors to help JP find its way in the new economy. He's one of the organizers of Thursday's "State of JP" Forum.
Business, Restaurant Reviews
JP's Susanne Young has a passion for baking and keeps the ideas fresh at her Washington Street shop.
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