Three Things you Should Know for Thursday, September 29th!
1. Article Topics: Food and Housing!
The infamous Skinny House at 44 Hull Street could be yours for a night or two, for the price of around $320 per night. Available for nightly rental through November, December and into 2017, the Skinny House is a 1,166-square-foot townhouse that was built out of spite after the Civil War. Curbed Boston has more details on the rental information and the history!
Gennario Riccio and Marisa Iocco of Scopa restaurant in the North End are hoping to bring some new flare to classic Italian cuisine. Serving more than just red sauce plates, the menu is sculpted to be, “lighter, healthier, and more modern than at many of its North End counterparts.” Read the full story and meal details at, The Boston Globe.
2. Instagram boasting: “Like Clockwork. It’s Fall. Cold. Gray”
3. Your local event planner, the community calendar has the following slated for today:
6:00pm pARTy on the Greenway at Rings Fountain. Food, music, and art collide at the pARTy on The Greenway at the Wharf District Parks for a massive celebration of Greater Boston’s creative community and the kickoff of ArtWeek Boston. This block party meets nighttime arts festival will feature a one-of-a-kind musical performance at the Rings Fountain, food trucks, games, artistic activations, and is one of the last chances to see Ai Weiwei’s Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads. This event is free, register here.
Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.
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