It was a special party in the park at the 15th Anniversary Celebration for Friends of Christopher Columbus Park on ...
The 106th Fisherman’s Feast featured the Grand Procession of the Madonna del Soccorso di Sciacca through the streets ...
The 2016 Flight of the Angel was the highlight of the 106th Fisherman’s Feast in honor of Madonna del Soccorso di ...
Fox25 Morning News spent Friday morning at Christopher Columbus Park in Boston’s North End for a neighborhood “Zip Trip,” showcasing ...
The traditional Blessing of the Fishing Waters was part of opening night at the 106th Fisherman’s Feast in ...
This Fall, Paul Revere’s House events bring life in 18th century Boston into focus through living history demonstrations of all kinds. Our onsite Saturday events are included with admission to the […]
Thursday, August 25th: Here are three things to know 1. The community calendar has the following events on the agenda: Free Ferry Day to the Harbor Islands. Join us as we […]
Military helicopters are doing Homeland Security training exercises tonight over downtown Boston, flying literally feet over building rooftops. We captured some of the fast moving action in the above video. There appear […]
The National Parks of Boston will mark the 100th birthday of the National Park Service and launch three days of celebration with a festive opening ceremony on Thursday, August 25, […]
It was a special party in the park at the 15th Anniversary Celebration for Friends of Christopher Columbus Park on Tuesday night. U.S. Air Force Rhythm in Blue Jazz Band performed as hundreds […]
It’s not often one sees a non-military/rescue boat with a helicopter aboard. The Itasca is currently docked at Boston Yacht Haven. Good news! She is for sale for only $18.7 million! The Itasca […]
Sheila Petrigno Moretti was recently presented with the Good Neighbor Recognition Award for her efforts in cleaning around her Endicott Street property. The award was presented by President Ford Cavallari and Recognition […]
Harnessing the Creativity of Boston’s Artists to Build a Better City By Mayor Martin J. Walsh I was excited to join the Mayor’s Mural Crew last week, as they celebrated […]
Three Things to Know for Tuesday, August 23rd! 1. Social Media Snapshot: Enjoying the summer weather, among some creatures. . . Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads – Ai Weiwei #awesome A photo […]
The 106th Fisherman’s Feast featured the Grand Procession of the Madonna del Soccorso di Sciacca through the streets of Boston’s North End on August 21, 2016. The Fisherman’s Feast is the […]
Karen is on a break. We’ve not heard much about this bill since last winter. But jaywalking is still a Bostonian’s best bet. It gladdened my heart last week to read […]
It’s the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park 15th Birthday Party and you’re invited! Join in the fun to celebrate 15 great years with an incredible free concert by the U.S. Air […]