Thursday’s Brief: Aquarium Makes Bold Statement, Boston Massacre Anniversary, DCR Locks Closed, DAR Wreath Laying, Flower Making, Neighborhood Night, Public Safety Meeting

Today is Thursday, March 5 – the anniversary of the Boston Massacre. The Boston Massacre occurred on March 5, 1770. A squad of British soldiers, come to support a sentry who was being pressed by a heckling, snowballing crowd, let loose a volley of shots. Three persons were killed immediately and two died later of Read More…

Thursday’s Brief: Plunging into 2020, Biggest Sports Stories of the Decade, Mah Jongg Club, Public Safety Meeting

Today is Thursday, January 2 and as the Patriots head into the post-season this weekend facing the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Wild Card Playoff game this Saturday, here’s a look back at the 12 biggest Boston sports stories of the past decade, read more on the Boston Herald. Here’s what else you need to Read More…

Thursday’s Brief: The Hub on Causeway Fully Open, Homework Help, Neighborhood Night, Public Safety Meeting, Eliot Summer Camp Fair

Today is Thursday, November 7 and here’s a joke from local comedian Ben Alper: “Three months after it opened, Encore Boston Harbor casino is on pace to come in more than $100 million less than anticipated in first-year gambling revenues—despite a new Revolutionary War themed game called “The Slot Heard Round the World.” – Ben Read More…

Thursday’s Brief: Emerson Student Dies After Altercation, Mah Jongg Club, Neighborhood Night, ABCD Buona Sera, Public Safety Meeting

Today is Thursday, October 3 and “A water main broke in Boston’s North End on Richmond Street. For the first time, tourists were observed body surfing down the Freedom Trail.” – Ben Alper, local comedian. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 11:00AM Mah Jongg Club. Stop by the North End Library and Read More…

Thursday’s Brief: Banners Kitchen & Tap to Open at Hub on Causeway, Yoga-Lates, Swing Dancing Lessons, Public Safety Meeting

Today is Thursday, September 5 and here’s a joke from local comedian Ben Alper to start your day: “Planning has begun for the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower voyage to Plymouth – including a reenactment of the first complaint on American soil about cabin service and small buffet portions.” – Ben Alper Here’s what else Read More…

Thursday’s Brief: St. Agrippina’s Feast Opens, ParkARTS, Yoga-Lates, Summer Concerts, Public Safety Meeting, Mamma Mia at Faneuil Hall, Heat Exhaustion Warning

Today is Thursday, August 1 and the hot weather doesn’t look to be letting up any time soon. Be sure to stay safe and know the warning signs of heat exhaustion, especially for babies and children, read more here. Here’s what else you need to know for today… Saint Agrippina’s Feast. St. Agrippina di Mineo Read More…

Thursday’s Brief: Airbnb Appeals Ruling, Gala on the Greenway, Public Safety Meeting, Table May Get Liquor License

Today is Thursday, June 6 and if you’ve been enjoying Jen Royle’s newer family-style dining spot Table, you may be excited to learn that the Hanover Street restaurant may be getting their liquor license, read more on Boston Restaurant Talk. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 6:00PM Gala on the Greenway. Celebrate Read More…

Thursday’s Brief: Ciao Bella to Takeover North Square Oyster, Mah Jongg Club, Neighborhood Night, Public Safety Meeting

Today is Thursday, May 2 and here’s what else you need to know for today… 11:00AM Mah Jongg Club. Every Thursday in May, come by the North End Library and play the American-style variant of this tile-based game that originated in China and requires skill, strategy, and calculation. Beginners are welcome. No sign up is Read More…

Thursday’s Brief: Get Your Book Published, Neighborhood Night, Public Safety Meeting

Today is Thursday, March 7 and if you have a book to publish, the North End Library is hosting author and writing coach Kim Kerrigan who will help guide you through the process including editing and proofreading, formatting, publishing options, marketing strategies, and much more, continue reading. Here’s what else you need to know for Read More…

Weekly Top Reads: Boston Property Taxes, Durgin-Park Closes, Mayor’s 2019 Agenda, Eliot School Giving Tree Project, Iraq-Afghanistan Memorial & Public Safety Meeting

This week’s top reads on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured real estate, businesses, environment and transportation planning, schools, safety and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from the past week. Boston Property Taxes Rise in 2019 With Surging Real Estate Values Rising real estate values are once again driving significantly higher City of Boston Read More…