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Extra! Extra! Read All About It! The Everett Square Theatre made the papers last month, in celebration of its new sign and epic restoration. Historic Theatre Gets New Hope In Hyde Park, A Long-Closed Venue Gains SupportersBy Robert Preer, Globe Correspondent, December 31, 2011HYDE PARK - Since...

HBI is building its capacity to raise funds for worthy preservation projects.  We are looking for a talented individual with solid experience in grants cultivation, solicitations, and tracking to join our team and lead these efforts:http://historicboston.org/about/jobs/documents/HBI%20Senior%20Grants%20Manager.pdfQualifications should be submitted by February 15th.  ...

Noontime lecture series looks beyond Boston's famed Freedom Trail to highlight its most diverse and fascinating neighborhoods.Historic Boston Harbor Map Courtesy of Boston Public LibraryBoston, MA - Dorothy may have followed a yellow brick road to the Emerald City, but tourists and locals in Boston have been...

Ella and Malcolm at 72 Dale Street, 1941In his Autobiography, this is how Malcolm X referred to his half-sister, Ella Little Collins:I think the major impact of Ella’s arrival [in Lansing], at least upon me, was that she was the first really proud black woman...

2011 has been a momentous year for HBI. From our physical move to Roxbury this summer, to our mobilization on several long term projects like the Hayden Building and the Kittredge House, to the acquisition of the Fairmount building in Hyde Park, we have been...