Chinese seniors, caretakers and elementary school students rang in the Lunar New Year at Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation in Quincy on Feb. 21. Continue reading
Sudan Zhuang has a very active mind. The 16-year-old junior at Malden High School was recently awarded a Gold Key, Silver Key and honorable mention from the 2013 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for her artwork. Continue reading
Mouth-watering food. Affable and fast service. Cozy décor. Craigie on Main delivers solid results on all three counts, making it nearly impossible to find fault with this restaurant. Continue reading
Tufts University started work this month on the Arnold 8 Biosafety Laboratory, a biosafety level 3 research facility at 136 Harrison Avenue, within its existing medical research building. Construction will be completed this summer, with operation depending on the lab’s approval. Continue reading
Walking was a trial for Yong Lin, 76. After a knee replacement and back surgery, he frequently had swollen legs and difficulty moving.
Today, Lin walks faster than all his friends and can extend both knees completely. “Every day, I do more than an hour of exercise,” he said. Continue reading
The fate of Chinatown is far from grim, based on affordable housing demand, community activism and immigration trends, said Tunney Lee, retired professor of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT. He discussed “Boston’s Chinatown: Beyond Stereotypes, Food and Boundaries” during a lecture at the Boston Central Library on Feb. 13. Continue reading