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Brookline Access Television

Runs channels 3A and 23A on the local cable system.

Brookline Foundation

"The Brookline Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving Brookline's commitment to excellence in public education."

Brookline GreenSpace Alliance

"To preserve, protect and enhance the open spaces of Brookline, Massachusetts."
40 Webster St.

Brookline Music School

"Brookline Music School seeks to awaken and nurture musical interest, appreciation, and artistic excellence in a friendly and stimulating atmosphere; to offer a high standard of comprehensive music instruction to people of all ages and backgrounds from the local community; and to serve the community by teaching in multiple locations, offering generous tuition assistance, and sponsoring a full schedule of concerts and public performances throughout the year."
21 Kennard St.

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Brookline Police Department

Includes the Brookline most-wanted list.

Brookline Public Library

The Brookline Public Library is located at 361 Washington St. in Brookline Village (main branch) as well as 31 Pleasant St. in Coolidge Corner and 959 W. Roxbury Pkwy in South Brookline. It is a member of the Minuteman Library Network, and it has one of the oldest and largest children's collections in the nation.
Brookline Village, Coolidge Corner, Putterham Circle
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Brookline Soccer Club

Youth soccer programs.

Brookline town Web site

Friends Booksale

The Friends of the Brookline Library Booksale has over 2000 books on its shelves, maintained by volunteers, and it funds special programs at the Brookline libraries. Located in the main library at 361 Washington St., it is open during library hours, but the selection is best on Tuesdays and Thursdays, when volunteers are on hand to restock the shelves and to help find specific titles. Donations are also always welcome, especially on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
Brookline Village
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High Street Hill Association

"The High Street Hill Neighborhood is defined by the Pill Hill Local Historic District. The boundaries include the High Street Hill National Register District which was created in the late 1970's. The neighborhood association was formed in the 1950's."
High Street Hill

John F. Kennedy birthplace

See where he was born at this national historic landmark. Closed winters.
83 Beals St.

Larz Anderson Auto Museum

Lots of old cars.
15 Newton St.

Longyear Museum

Dedicated to the life of Mary Baker Eddy, founder of Christian Science.
1125 Boylston St.
Chestnut Hill

Muddy River

Photos of the small riverway at the heart of the Emerald Necklace.

MVMA Shelter

Cat and exotic shelter, and sometimes dogs.
678 Brookline Ave.

Neon Brookline

Photos of neon signs in Brookline.

Newbury College

Brookline RSS feed

"A different perspective on Brookline government, politics and policy."

Streetcar Suburbs

By Sam Bass Warner. How streetcar lines at the turn of the century helped Boston expand outward - and brought the teeming masses to the wilderness of places such as Roslindale and Brookline.
Jamaica Plain, Roslindale

Town Online

Weekly news, calendar from the Brookline Tab.

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