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Hurricane Carol, the 1955 storm that rummaged through New England with winds pushing 100 mph caused the entire top of the Old North Church steeple to toppled down and smash on the streets below. The storm lead to the steeple requiring “extensive repairs,” continue reading at, The Boston Globe.
Taking the five major tower developments of downtown Boston and boiling the information down for each project, the details include the expected completion date of the project, the number of units, the height of the building, price range, and other information. Take a look at, The Boston Globe for more information.
Giovanni DeCunto, renowned painter who lives and works in the North End, created a portrait of Presidential Candidate Donald Trump for a fundraiser held in Norwood by Ernie Boch Jr. The portrait of Trump hung in Boch’s mansion during the event and was signed by the subject as well. Read the story at the Boston Herald.
America’s Test Kitchen is holding classes for the New Boston Cooking School at the Boston Public Market. However, the history of the school dates back to long before the Boston Public Market, in fact, the school has ties to the Industrial Aid Society which offered free cooking classes in “Boston’s primarily-immigrant North End in 1880.” Read the article at, Boston.com.
Crudo, the Japanese Asian-fusion restaurant on Salem Street in the North End, is serving up craft cocktails to go along with their imported list of beer and sake. One cocktail that stands out is the Social Mule, a twist on the Moscow Mule that uses organic ginjo sake, The Boston Globe has more on the popular drink.
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