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Things to know for Tuesday

Celtics Update: The Boston Celtics beat the Washington Wizards in Game 7 of the NBA Conference Semifinals at the TD Garden (Score: 115 – 105). Next, the Celtics will go up against the defending champion Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference finals. Read more.

Today’s Instagram: Quite a View

Articles of interest:

Do Boston Bagels stand up?

Levend Bagelry at the Boston Public Market gets a shoutout in this Globe rundown ideal for former New Yorkers. Read more.

Crazy Birdfeed Lady of Causeway Street

Complaint to 311 about the “crazy birdfeed lady” at Portal Park attracting rodents and pigeons. See the scene.
Via Universal Hub

2 Boston cops help deliver baby in car

Just in time for Mother’s Day, these BPD police officers gave a special assist to a mother-to-be whose baby didn’t want to wait to get to the hospital. Read more at CBS News.

More Neighborhood Shots:

SO. MUCH. PASTA 🍝

A post shared by Carol Wu (@wulovesfood) on

Plan your events with the Community Calendar

Wednesday, May 17

6:00pm Privy to the Past: Immigrant Histories from Washington Garden. Archaeologists from the City of Boston Archaeology Program were invited to Washington Garden at Old North to excavate the back yard of three brick tenement buildings that once stood in the garden. Located at Old North Church featuring speaker: Joe Bagley. Tickets: “pay what you will” donation, reserve your ticket here.

Thursday, May 18

4:00pm Tour of the Towns NEMPAC Instrument Petting Zoo – Charlestown Public Library. NEMPAC and the Eureka Musician’s Ensemble will team up in an exciting “Tour of the Towns” this summer, bringing their fun and interactive Instrument Petting Zoos to Charlestown and Beacon Hill. Located at 179 Main St, Charlestown.

5:30pm NEMPAC Children’s Music Theatre Troupe Presents: Seussical Kids! NEMPAC’s Music Theatre Troupe will take on Dr. Seuss and all of his popular characters; from Horton the Elephant to the Cat in the Hat, our young performers will journey to the Jungle of Nool in this spectacular musical of Dr. Seuss! Located at Improv Asylum, 216 Hanover St, Boston – Tickets are available for purchase.

7:00pm Meet the Makers Opening Reception at North Bennet Street School, 150 North Street. Join us for a “Meet the Makers” Opening Reception for our Annual Celebration of Craft: Student & Alumni Exhibit. Located at North Bennet Street School, 150 North Street, view the events post.

From the Community: 

Boston Public Market at Dewey Square Returns May 16th
The Boston Public Market Association’s seasonal farmers market at Dewey Square launches for the season on Tuesday, May 16, bringing fresh local food to residents, workers, commuters, and visitors on the Rose Kennedy Greenway for lunch on-the-go, picnic fare, grocery shopping, and grabbing dinner ingredients on the way to the train. See the post.

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Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.

Weather Forecast:

Rain
Sunday
Sun-11/19/17 90%
Rain
Windy. Periods of rain this morning will give way to mainly sunny skies for the afternoon. Morning high of 59F with temps falling to near 40. Winds WSW at 25 to 35 mph. Chance of rain 90%. Winds could occasionally gust over 40 mph.
High 59° / Low 32°
Partly Cloudy
Monday
Mon-11/20/17 0%
Partly Cloudy
Partly cloudy and windy. High near 40F. Winds W at 20 to 30 mph.
High 40° / Low 35°
Partly Cloudy
Tuesday
Tue-11/21/17 0%
Partly Cloudy
Partly cloudy skies. High around 55F. Winds SW at 15 to 25 mph.
High 55° / Low 49°

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