Everybody’s favorite—and apparently massively influential—linear park is getting a special feature for the rest of the winter.
A partnership between the Greenway Conservancy, the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, and the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate announced January 24 that they would install large photographs along the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway of the park’s namesake as well as two of her sons, JFK and Ted Kennedy.
The photos will come via large banners. They also come as the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is marking its 40th year since opening in Dorchester’s Columbia Point.
- Historic photos of Rose Kennedy, Jack, and Ted will grace banners on the Greenway all winter [Globe]
- Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway: 11 hidden gems along the famed linear park [Curbed Boston]
- Boston’s Big Dig approach apparently catching on with other cities [Curbed Boston]
- John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum marking 40 years in 2019 [Curbed Boston]