Monthly Archives: May 2017

Thursday’s Guide: Zipline Opens, Safety Meeting, Rent Priced by T Map,...

Hello, June! Things to know for Thursday Events for Thursday, June 1st 10:30am Children's Garden Reading Party at North End Library. Celebrate the joy of stories and reading at...

Information Regarding North End Concerns on Connect Historic Boston (Cycle Track)...

The following information was submitted by Kay Barned-Smith, CCM, AIA, Public Works Construction Management and Connect Historic Boston Project Manager.  Please note there is a North End Construction...

“From Grace” Endures Harrowing Journey

From Grace is a 45-foot sloop that arrived Memorial Day at Boston Yacht Haven with shredded sails wrapped around its mast, stays, spreaders, and rigging,...

North End Resident Graduates from Arlington Catholic High School

On May 25th, Arlington Catholic High School held its Commencement and celebrated the graduation of the Class of 2017. Among the graduates was North End...

Wednesday’s Guide: Mayor’s Coffee Hour, ‘Skinny House’ Sold, Top Lobster Roll?

What you should know for Wednesday: Events for Wednesday, May 31st 9:30am Mayor's Coffee Hour at Christopher Columbus Park. Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Parks and...

North End’s Prince Postale Shop Shipped to the World

by John Sullivan Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of summer, when Americans head to the woods, beach and back yards to get fresh...

Essdras Suarez, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Photographer, Holds Workshops

The North End Historical Society is pleased to host Essdras Suarez, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Photojournalist and former Boston Globe Photographer, for two Street-Photography Workshops in...

Passing of a Friend: Robert “Bobby” Church

On Tuesday, May 30, 2017 the North End lost a long time resident and friend, Robert Church, (aka Roberto, Bobby or Chef Roberto). Bobby was known...

Optical Illusion Art Added to The Greenway Near Hanover Street

Earlier this month, the Greenway Conservatory announced that three artists' work will be installed on the Greenway throughout the Summer. Each artist is contributing art...

Privy to the Past: Immigrant Histories from Washington Garden [Video]

http://youtu.be/fw8sy-FSJ2g Boston archaeologist, Joe Bagley, revealed early conclusions from his ongoing dig at Washington Garden, adjacent to Old North Church. The event was co-sponsored by Old North...

North End Students Graduate from Boston College High School

On Sunday, May 21, 2017, at Boston College High School’s 153rd Commencement, President William Kemeza and the Board of Trustees presented diplomas to 303...

Tuesday’s Brief: Snow Hill in B&W, Keeping the Waterfront Open, Growing...

Notable news: It’s a cleaner harbor, with fewer spots to enjoy it Is private development creating a barrier to Boston's waterfront? Peter Shelley of the Conservation...

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