Monthly Archives: September 2011

“What’s Your Number?” Movie Opens in Theaters Featuring Several North End...

Video clip: “What’s Your Number?” stars Anna Faris and Chris Evans walk down Salem Street. Remember when the movie producers for “What’s Your Number?” came...

HazMat Truck Routing Update: Boston Transportation Commissioner Responds to Suburban Politicians

Boston Transportation Department Commissioner Thomas J. Tinlin has responded to recent press articles and letters from suburban politicians regarding the City of Boston proposal...

Councilor LaMattina To Hold Hearing on Using Trash Barrels Instead of...

City Councilor Sal LaMattina sends out this letter to residents announcing a hearing on the use of trash barrels instead of plastic bags. The...

ABCD Annual Awards Dinner on October 27, 2011

ABCD is having its annual awards dinner to honor its dynamic group of volunteers and to raise some much-needed funding for programs and neighborhood...

Drug Trafficking Scheme Indictments Come Down on North Ender and Associates

Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office has indicted North Enders Gerald Esposito (age 40), Anthony Vigorito (age 54), and Anthony Ascenzo (age 61) in a drug...

City Councilor-at-Large Candidates Forum on October 24, 2011

4th Biennial Boston Neighborhoods City Councilor-at-Large Candidates Forum, to take place on Monday, October 24, 2011, 6:30pm - 8:00 pm, 67 Brimmer St., Park Street...

Statues, Memorials, Monuments, Art Everywhere

More memorials, monuments, statues and public art may be in store for the North End / Waterfront area. There are currently two major statues...

Krisanthi Pappas: Free Concert at the North End Branch Library

In Honor of Italian Heritage Month, the Friends of the North End Branch Library present jazz singer, Krisanthi Pappas singing the songs of Frank...

2nd Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Bake Sale at Nazzaro Center on...

NAZZARO CENTER Teen Girls will be participating in the fight against breast cancer once again … Please join us in the fight against breast...

Public Market Commission Hears Mixed Views at State House Community Meeting

A sizable crowd showed up at the State House for Monday night’s community meeting on the Public Market destined for the ground floor of...

Councilors Arroyo and Ross Move to Prevent Noisy Nighttime Trash Pickup

News from the offices of City Councilors Arroyo and Ross:

— Home Rule Petition will Regulate Commercial Trash Collection Timing—

The Boston City Council is considering a measure to restrict noisy trucks from collecting trash in the middle of the night.  In response to complaints from residents, City Councilor At-Large Felix G. Arroyo and District City Councilor Michael Ross introduced a home rule petition to give the City of Boston authority to regulate commercial trash collection timing.

USS Constitution After Hours Photoshoot

I had the pleasure to join some other photographers on the USS Constitution yesterday. The U.S. Navy gave us complete access to the historic...

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