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Fenway Listings; Downtown Bike Signs; Hyde Park Redux

HYDE PARK—Until 100 years ago, the neighborhood was a taciturn town: "The City of Boston Archives has posted documents, maps and photos related to the founding of the town and its annexation, including a copy of some of the town's bylaws. On Saturday, local historian Anthony Sammarco, gives a free talk on the 100th anniversary of the annexation at the Hyde Park BPL branch—which originally opened in 1899 as the Hyde Park town library. The noon lecture also includes a slice of annexation birthday cake." [The Hub]
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FENWAY—Broker Eric Girard has a sample of neighborhood listings from $164,900 to near $800K. [Facebook]
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DOWNTOWN—Bicyclists get anything they want. Witness the new signs going up: "The 90 green and white 'Bicycle Wayfinding' signs offer directions and mileage to South Station, North Station, the New England Aquarium, Faneuil Hall, Park Street, Government Center, and Cambridge." [Boston.com]