If you stay true to newspapers, chances are that it did not end up on your front stoop a few times over the past week. With all the snow we have had, it has been hard to catch up with the news, and seeing how most of the news is consumed with storm updates, here are the top stories that are not related to snow and ice!
The North End Is Getting an Indoor Cycling Studio
The North End has bicycle paths along Commerical Street and bike friendly streets throughout the neighborhood, but it will soon have an indoor cycling studio. Ride North End is currently under construction, the studio is set to open at 420 Commercial Street and will feature state of the art bikes. Boston Magazine has the story.
Car-sharing pilot may take precious city parking spots
As if you thought finding a place to park in Boston was hard enough, just wait until the city launches a pilot program which could take away up to 200 parking spaces to make room for car-sharing companies like Zipcar and other companies that offer “free-floating car services.” Read details at, The Boston Globe
A Childhood Visit to Pizzeria Regina Triggered Something in Johnny Diamantopoulus
Johnny Diamantopoulos, co-owner of the All Star Sandwich Bar and All Star Pizza Bar both in Cambridge, reminisced about his favorite childhood dining memories at Pizzeria Regina’s in the North End. Although he can not remember exactly what it was about getting a pizza in that environment, but it “triggered something” within him. Read the story at, Boston Eater.
High Style in the North End
Most people who saw photos of this North End apartment would think it is from an old European city. Actually, this place that, “blends old-world décor with new-world luxury” is right here in the North End. View photos and read more information at, Boston Magazine.
What It Looks Like to Live in a North End Duplex w/ Wine Cellar
Real estate prices continue to soar around the city and especially in the North End neighborhood. So what is it like inside this recently listed place on Henchman Street that has two levels, a steam room, and a wine cellar with a tasting room? Check it out at, Curbed Boston.
Beantown for a Buck
To get the full experience of a city like Boston, it takes a decent amount of change. This list shows Boston places and activities that are completely free and open to the public, listing the North End and the Freedom Trail as top places to go without spending a fortune. Read more at, gogobot.
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