Thomas Schiavoni.
The annual Prince Hall Memorial Day commemorative ceremony was held at Copp’s Hill Burying Ground (Photo by Thomas Schiavoni)

Three Things to Know Today

1. Did you know? According to The Boston Harbor Association, the average summer temperature in Boston from 1981 to 2010 was 69 degrees, it may be as high as 76 degrees by 2050 and 84 degrees by 2100. A summary report from Climate Ready Boston contains these and other startling points as the group focuses on the impacts of sea level rise, temperature changes and extreme storms.

Government Center Garage is soon to be a lot more than just a parking garage. Rendering courtesy of HYM Investment Group.
Government Center Garage is soon to be a lot more than just a parking garage. Rendering courtesy of HYM Investment Group.

2. In case you have not heard, below is a “must read” for those living in the area:

In Government Center, a nifty development trick

The Government Center Garage will soon be home to a $1.5 billion development, turning the existing garage into the foundation for two new skyscrapers, a mid-rise apartment building, and a plaza of low-rise buildings along the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Although the portion of the garage over Congress Street will be demolished once work starts on the 43-story office tower, the garage will be open throughout construction. Read the full article at, The Boston Globe.

3. Seen here on Twitter, some were very generous on Memorial Day Weekend, noting this “beautiful al fresco dining” plate:

https://twitter.com/ggooooddddoogg/status/737112633074176001

Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.

Red Sox Update: building on their first place lead in American League East, the Red Sox beat the Baltimore Orioles 7-2 on Memorial Day!

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