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commented 2021-12-18 00:26:03 -0500
Hi there,

Prior to the pandemic, I enjoyed “working from home,” but that was because home was a constantly changing space and new place.

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I’d love to write an article for your readers on how to become a digital nomad. I’ll cover as much as I can in a clear, concise article — from how to support yourself to how to find tech-friendly rentals to how to save on travel/expenses and more.

What do you think? Would you post my article if I send it over? Any questions — please let me know.

Thank you for your time,

commented 2021-07-30 01:20:28 -0400
commented 2021-07-01 01:39:21 -0400
Just wanted to ask if you would be interested in getting external help with graphic design? We do all design work like banners, advertisements, photo edits, logos, flyers, etc. for a fixed monthly fee.

We don’t charge for each task. What kind of work do you need on a regular basis? Let me know and I’ll share my portfolio with you.
commented 2020-08-04 11:39:10 -0400

I hope this email finds you well and healthy and that you might be able to pass along the information to your community/members about our online Script-In-Hand performance of THE TEMPEST which would have normally been this year’s Shakespeare on the Common production.

The performance will be free and open to the public on CSC’s YouTube channel and can be accessed via

Due to the continued effects of COVID-19 on Boston and its community, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company recently postponed its production of The Tempest on the Boston Common to July 2021 (utilizing the same artistic and design team). Instead of the annual production on the Common, CSC will present an online script-in-hand performance on Thursday, August 6 at 7:00PM, as a benefit to support CSC’s 2021 production on the Boston Common, with the previously announced cast led by John Douglas Thompson* in the role of Prospero. There is a suggested donation of $20 to support the Company.

Joining the cast as Ariel is Miguel Cervantes* who recently played the title role in Hamilton in the Chicago production, Siobhan Juanita Brown (Gonzala), and Maurice Emmanuel Parent* (Sebastian).

The previously announced cast includes Fred Sullivan, Jr.* as Stephano, Remo Airaldi* as Antonio, Nora Eschenheimer* as Miranda, actor/playwright John Kuntz* as Trinculo, Nael Nacer* as Caliban, Richard Noble as Alonso, and Michael Underhill as Ferdinand. Scenic Design is by Tony Award winner Clint Ramos and Jeffrey Petersen, Costume Design by Nancy Leary, Lighting Design by Eric Southern, and Sound Design by David Reiffel.

There will be separate recordings that will include captioning, audio descriptions, and ASL interpretation of the performance, made available on the CSC website by Saturday, August 8 at 7:00 PM. Both the recording of the live performance and the ASL interpreted performance will be available on the CSC YouTube channel until Monday, August 10 at 7:00 PM.

Access Coordination by Christopher Robinson

Closed Captioning provided by David Chu at C2

Audio Description by Cori Couture

Directed by Founding Artistic Director Steven Maler and featuring Boston and New York’s finest actors, The Tempest, Shakespeare’s final play, transports the audience to a mysterious and enchanting island inhabited by a host of colorful characters. In this tale of magic, betrayal, revenge, and family, the wise and powerful Prospero struggles to maintain the world he’s created as order is thrown off balance by those around him: his curious daughter, Miranda; a man who’s just washed ashore, Ferdinand; the half human, half monster, Caliban; two fools, Stephano and Trinculo; and the mystical spirit of the air, Ariel, among many others. With elements of tragedy and comedy, this “brave new world” is a charming escape to revel in under the stars for the 25th production of Free Shakespeare on the Common.

Many thanks!

Heather Darrow

Director of Marketing
commented 2018-12-23 08:08:31 -0500
To whom it may concern,

I recently saw an old article on the MBTA tunnel cap project to enhance our neighborhood by creating walk ways and bike paths but after further research saw no traction. As a resident I think this is such a benefit to really revitalize and increase the quality of life of the people of southern dot. Is there any plans to make this cap blight a functional benefit to the community?


commented 2017-09-24 07:27:05 -0400
Would like to have a current list of volunteer opportunities in our area posted regularly. Not sure best way to make this available. Maybe a new list could be generated at each meeting by putting a blank list near

the sign-in and then they could be sent out to members or members could check list.
commented 2014-09-02 19:59:01 -0400
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St. Marks Area Civic Association
The St. Marks Area Civic Association is a group of community conscious residents who want to improve the quality of life in our section of Dorchester. We meet in the lower hall of St, Marks Church, at 1725 Dorchester Ave on the last Tuesday of each month